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README.md

Introduction

This repository contains all the configuration files and scripts that I (Sean Leather) use with Vim across various platforms.

Initialization

After first cloning this repository, you need to fetch the submodules. To do this, run the following commands in the top-level directory of the repository.

> git submodule update --init

Then, build the vimproc code by following their installation instructions.

Usage

You should create the appropriate links to each of the files or directories in this repository. The following files on the left should be linked to the locations on the right.

vimrc.vim - the primary configuration file

  • Mac, Unix: $HOME/.vimrc
  • Win: $HOME/_vimrc

vimfiles - directory of Vim configuration files

  • Mac, Unix: $HOME/.vim
  • Win: $HOME/vimfiles

bin/macvim - command-line script chooses gvim or gvimdiff for MacVim

  • Mac: $HOME/bin/gvim and $HOME/bin/gvimdiff

Submodules

To add a new submodule, use the following command template:

git submodule add <repository> vimfiles/bundle/<name>

When using GitHub, use the Git read-only option (git://) instead of the SSH option (git@). If you own the submodule, it's better to clone the repository elsewhere for updating it.

In git status, you will notice that .gitmodules has been updated and the new directory has been created (as a "new file"). Commit these:

git commit -m "Install <name> submodule"
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