This is my vim config for hacking on Python. I hope you like it. I use default vim and SublimeText2 a lot as well.
Back up your ~/.vimrc and ~/.vim directory (or in you $VIMRUNTIME if not in home dir). Checkout this project somewhere. Symlink the .vimrc and .vim directory into your home directory (or $VIMRUNTIME).
- (http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=790) in .vim/syntax/python.vim
Tab completion (http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=1643)
Tab after a non-whitespace character (except those below) does keyword completion <c-p>
Tab after / does filename completion <c-x><c-f>
Tab after . does omnicompletion (http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=1542)
- <leader>q (insert or command mode) will close the preview port. (:pc)
- <S-Tab> (shift+tab) will do regular keyword completion after . instead of omnicompletion.
- Enter a virtualenv, your python path should be respected (http://sontek.net/blog/detail/turning-vim-into-a-modern-python-ide#virtualenv)
- You will need to install flake8 with pep8 and pyflakes globally to get this.
- this plugin rocks.
- hit <F7> or fn+F7 as a shortcut to Khuno show.
Just using indentation folds from the default .vimrc (I don't use folding):
:help fold zM to fold everything zR to unfold everything za to toggle the current fold zA to recursively toggle the current fold Everything is unfolded to start.
Before launching vim (or mvim) just set the environment variable:
Probably should look at this pathogen thing and Command+T or somesuch.