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README.rdoc

My Vim Config

This is my current Vim setup that I use with MacVim. You should be able to use this with GVim as well (on Windows) - making sure to update your vimrc file accordingly.

Credits

This is based almost completely on Topfunky's Vim starter - which you can get as part of the Vim screencasts up at PeepCode (peepcode.com). I recommend them highly.

Installation

The simplest thing you can do is to create a “VimSettings” directory somewhere on your drive. Mines in my home root (~/). Just do a git clone from this repo and put it to your drive somewhere, then you need to setup some aliases to point to the vimrc and gvimrc files.

By default, Vim will look for these files in your root, so you'll need to alias them like this: ln -s .vimrc ~/VimSettings/vimrc ln -s .gvimrc ~/VimSettings/gvimrc

Colors

I've redone the VividChalk theme as I think it was way too Miami Vice. I've toned down the colors to be a bit more true to VibrantInk (as well as borrowing from Blackboard).

I've also included Inconsolata - my favorite programming font. If you're on Windows you can use Consolas - the setting for the font is in gvimrc (size, etc)

Copyright

Copyright © 2010 Rob Conery. See LICENSE for details.

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