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description

README.markdown

Vinícius Chagas's vim files based on Francisco Souza's vimfiles.

Getting started

If you want to use my vimfiles, you'll need to download and install it. Here are these two steps described:

Downloading

With git...

If you have git installed on your computer, all you need to do is to clone the repository on your $VIMHOME:

$ cd $HOME
$ git clone git://github.com/viniciuschagas/vimfiles.git .vim

Then enter in the .vim directory and update the submodules:

$ cd $HOME/.vim
$ git submodule init
$ git submodule update --init --recursive

It's necessary to make a recursive update, because there is a submodule with another submodule inside it (pyflakes-vim).

Without git...

So, you don't have git on your computer? Install it :P

Installing

After download the packages with or without git, all you need to do is create a .vimrc on your $HOME:

$ echo "source $HOME/.vim/.vimrc" > $HOME/.vimrc

JavaScript lint

In order to use JavaScript lint, you need to add the jsl executable to your PATH. Download it and add to a directory in your PATH.

On Mac OS X

You can use homebrew to install jsl in your system:

$ brew install jsl

csstidy

You will need also to install csstidy. Just download it, extract, compile and add the executable to your path:

$ curl -O "http://ufpr.dl.sourceforge.net/project/csstidy/CSSTidy%20%28C%2B%2B%2C%20stable%29/1.3/csstidy-source-1.4.zip"
$ unzip csstidy-source-1.4.zip
$ cd csstidy
$ g++ *.cpp -0 csstidy
$ [sudo] cp csstidy /usr/local/bin

You might use SCons to build csstidy, but it's not really necessary.