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- <content type="html"><![CDATA[<p>CentOS, even at version 6.3, comes with a very old version of vim: 7.2.411. Whilst this maybe sufficient for most every day tasks, when you carry your $VIMRUNTIME around with you like I [do], it&#8217;s irritating to call a familiar mapping only to have something like an E117 error thrown because your vim version is only 7.2. Vim 7.3 added some great new stuff. There&#8217;s no point in not using it.</p>
+ <content type="html"><![CDATA[<p>CentOS, even at version 6.3, comes with a very old version of vim: 7.2.411. Whilst this maybe sufficient for most every day tasks, when you carry your $VIMRUNTIME around with you like I <a href="https://github.com/horse-latitudes/horse-vimfiles.git">do</a>, it&#8217;s irritating to call a familiar mapping only to have something like an E117 error thrown because your vim version is only 7.2. Vim 7.3 added some great new stuff. There&#8217;s no point in not using it.</p>
<p>So, first of all, we need to grab the sources from Mercurial. Vim is stored in the Google code repos &amp; to get it we need have have Mercurial installed. If you haven&#8217;t got it already, you can use yum to install it:</p>
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-<div class="entry-content"><p>CentOS, even at version 6.3, comes with a very old version of vim: 7.2.411. Whilst this maybe sufficient for most every day tasks, when you carry your $VIMRUNTIME around with you like I [do], it&#8217;s irritating to call a familiar mapping only to have something like an E117 error thrown because your vim version is only 7.2. Vim 7.3 added some great new stuff. There&#8217;s no point in not using it.</p>
+<div class="entry-content"><p>CentOS, even at version 6.3, comes with a very old version of vim: 7.2.411. Whilst this maybe sufficient for most every day tasks, when you carry your $VIMRUNTIME around with you like I <a href="https://github.com/horse-latitudes/horse-vimfiles.git">do</a>, it&#8217;s irritating to call a familiar mapping only to have something like an E117 error thrown because your vim version is only 7.2. Vim 7.3 added some great new stuff. There&#8217;s no point in not using it.</p>
<p>So, first of all, we need to grab the sources from Mercurial. Vim is stored in the Google code repos &amp; to get it we need have have Mercurial installed. If you haven&#8217;t got it already, you can use yum to install it:</p>
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- <div class="entry-content"><p>CentOS, even at version 6.3, comes with a very old version of vim: 7.2.411. Whilst this maybe sufficient for most every day tasks, when you carry your $VIMRUNTIME around with you like I [do], it&#8217;s irritating to call a familiar mapping only to have something like an E117 error thrown because your vim version is only 7.2. Vim 7.3 added some great new stuff. There&#8217;s no point in not using it.</p>
+ <div class="entry-content"><p>CentOS, even at version 6.3, comes with a very old version of vim: 7.2.411. Whilst this maybe sufficient for most every day tasks, when you carry your $VIMRUNTIME around with you like I <a href="https://github.com/horse-latitudes/horse-vimfiles.git">do</a>, it&#8217;s irritating to call a familiar mapping only to have something like an E117 error thrown because your vim version is only 7.2. Vim 7.3 added some great new stuff. There&#8217;s no point in not using it.</p>
<p>So, first of all, we need to grab the sources from Mercurial. Vim is stored in the Google code repos &amp; to get it we need have have Mercurial installed. If you haven&#8217;t got it already, you can use yum to install it:</p>
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