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c86cfba Aug 24, 2014
@mbrochh @MichalPodeszwa @khorsmann
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" Sample .vimrc file by Martin Brochhaus
" Presented at PyCon APAC 2012
" ============================================
" Note to myself:
" DO NOT USE <C-z> FOR SAVING WHEN PRESENTING!
" ============================================
" Automatic reloading of .vimrc
"" autocmd! bufwritepost .vimrc source %
" Better copy & paste
" When you want to paste large blocks of code into vim, press F2 before you
" paste. At the bottom you should see ``-- INSERT (paste) --``.
"" set pastetoggle=<F2>
"" set clipboard=unnamed
" Mouse and backspace
"" set mouse=a " on OSX press ALT and click
"" set bs=2 " make backspace behave like normal again
" Rebind <Leader> key
" I like to have it here becuase it is easier to reach than the default and
" it is next to ``m`` and ``n`` which I use for navigating between tabs.
"" let mapleader = ","
" Bind nohl
" Removes highlight of your last search
" ``<C>`` stands for ``CTRL`` and therefore ``<C-n>`` stands for ``CTRL+n``
"" noremap <C-n> :nohl<CR>
"" vnoremap <C-n> :nohl<CR>
"" inoremap <C-n> :nohl<CR>
" Quicksave command
"" noremap <C-Z> :update<CR>
"" vnoremap <C-Z> <C-C>:update<CR>
"" inoremap <C-Z> <C-O>:update<CR>
" Quick quit command
"" noremap <Leader>e :quit<CR> " Quit current window
"" noremap <Leader>E :qa!<CR> " Quit all windows
" bind Ctrl+<movement> keys to move around the windows, instead of using Ctrl+w + <movement>
" Every unnecessary keystroke that can be saved is good for your health :)
"" map <c-j> <c-w>j
"" map <c-k> <c-w>k
"" map <c-l> <c-w>l
"" map <c-h> <c-w>h
" easier moving between tabs
"" map <Leader>n <esc>:tabprevious<CR>
"" map <Leader>m <esc>:tabnext<CR>
" map sort function to a key
"" vnoremap <Leader>s :sort<CR>
" easier moving of code blocks
" Try to go into visual mode (v), thenselect several lines of code here and
" then press ``>`` several times.
"" vnoremap < <gv " better indentation
"" vnoremap > >gv " better indentation
" Show whitespace
" MUST be inserted BEFORE the colorscheme command
"" autocmd ColorScheme * highlight ExtraWhitespace ctermbg=red guibg=red
"" au InsertLeave * match ExtraWhitespace /\s\+$/
" Color scheme
" mkdir -p ~/.vim/colors && cd ~/.vim/colors
" wget -O wombat256mod.vim http://www.vim.org/scripts/download_script.php?src_id=13400
"" set t_Co=256
"" color wombat256mod
" Enable syntax highlighting
" You need to reload this file for the change to apply
"" filetype off
"" filetype plugin indent on
"" syntax on
" Showing line numbers and length
"" set number " show line numbers
"" set tw=79 " width of document (used by gd)
"" set nowrap " don't automatically wrap on load
"" set fo-=t " don't automatically wrap text when typing
"" set colorcolumn=80
"" highlight ColorColumn ctermbg=233
" easier formatting of paragraphs
"" vmap Q gq
"" nmap Q gqap
" Useful settings
"" set history=700
"" set undolevels=700
" Real programmers don't use TABs but spaces
"" set tabstop=4
"" set softtabstop=4
"" set shiftwidth=4
"" set shiftround
"" set expandtab
" Make search case insensitive
"" set hlsearch
"" set incsearch
"" set ignorecase
"" set smartcase
" Disable stupid backup and swap files - they trigger too many events
" for file system watchers
"" set nobackup
"" set nowritebackup
"" set noswapfile
" Setup Pathogen to manage your plugins
" mkdir -p ~/.vim/autoload ~/.vim/bundle
" curl -so ~/.vim/autoload/pathogen.vim https://raw.githubusercontent.com/tpope/vim-pathogen/master/autoload/pathogen.vim
" Now you can install any plugin into a .vim/bundle/plugin-name/ folder
"" call pathogen#infect()
" ============================================================================
" Python IDE Setup
" ============================================================================
" Settings for vim-powerline
" cd ~/.vim/bundle
" git clone git://github.com/Lokaltog/vim-powerline.git
"" set laststatus=2
" Settings for ctrlp
" cd ~/.vim/bundle
" git clone https://github.com/kien/ctrlp.vim.git
"" let g:ctrlp_max_height = 30
"" set wildignore+=*.pyc
"" set wildignore+=*_build/*
"" set wildignore+=*/coverage/*
" Settings for python-mode
" Note: I'm no longer using this. Leave this commented out
" and uncomment the part about jedi-vim instead
" cd ~/.vim/bundle
" git clone https://github.com/klen/python-mode
"" map <Leader>g :call RopeGotoDefinition()<CR>
"" let ropevim_enable_shortcuts = 1
"" let g:pymode_rope_goto_def_newwin = "vnew"
"" let g:pymode_rope_extended_complete = 1
"" let g:pymode_breakpoint = 0
"" let g:pymode_syntax = 1
"" let g:pymode_syntax_builtin_objs = 0
"" let g:pymode_syntax_builtin_funcs = 0
"" map <Leader>b Oimport ipdb; ipdb.set_trace() # BREAKPOINT<C-c>
" Settings for jedi-vim
" cd ~/.vim/bundle
" git clone git://github.com/davidhalter/jedi-vim.git
"" let g:jedi#usages_command = "<leader>z"
"" let g:jedi#popup_on_dot = 0
"" let g:jedi#popup_select_first = 0
"" map <Leader>b Oimport ipdb; ipdb.set_trace() # BREAKPOINT<C-c>
" Better navigating through omnicomplete option list
" See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2170023/how-to-map-keys-for-popup-menu-in-vim
"" set completeopt=longest,menuone
"" function! OmniPopup(action)
"" if pumvisible()
"" if a:action == 'j'
"" return "\<C-N>"
"" elseif a:action == 'k'
"" return "\<C-P>"
"" endif
"" endif
"" return a:action
"" endfunction
"" inoremap <silent><C-j> <C-R>=OmniPopup('j')<CR>
"" inoremap <silent><C-k> <C-R>=OmniPopup('k')<CR>
" Python folding
" mkdir -p ~/.vim/ftplugin
" wget -O ~/.vim/ftplugin/python_editing.vim http://www.vim.org/scripts/download_script.php?src_id=5492
"" set nofoldenable