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This is my vim configuration, a big mix from a lot of what I've seen on the net.
VimL Perl
Branch: master
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colors Adding lanai theme
config Vim-go import change
ftdetect Updates
ftplugin Update
macros Updating stupid macros for rails
spell Mais spelling
.gitignore Updates
.gitmodules Updating vimrc to use vundle
README.mkd Adding portuguese spelling
gvimrc Updates
tmux.conf Tmux config
vimrc Updated plugins

README.mkd

My vimfiles

My own Vimfiles. I tend to use vim-pathogen so plugins are easier to update.

Features

  • auto-identation, syntax highlight and all the basic stuff you would expect
    from a decent text editor
  • Pathogen for organizing vim plugins into it's own place
  • Spelling with ,s and ,S to deactivate
  • Strip whitespace on the end of lines for a set of filetypes
  • Command + number and Command Arrows (I know, I'm a noob) to change tabs
  • Ctrl-l inputs a => (i like this, specially when you map capslock to ctrl)
  • A cool status bar
  • Ruby syntax error detector!
  • shift visually selected block with tab and s-tab

Plugins

  • snippets - obvious reasons
  • pathogen - set vim plugins into bundles, more organized
  • rails.vim - the awesomeness of awesome for rails programming
  • Commant-T - TextMate-like file finder, pretty cool (requires some setup!)
  • tComment - Comment code easily
  • vim-ragtag - awesome erb and html editing
  • surround - change surroundings, such as ( " [
  • vim-unimpaired - adds blank lines, swap lines, pretty cool
  • fugitive - Gdiff looks very cool
  • zencoding-vim - one day I'll learn how to be proefficient with this.
  • endwise - automagically adds end in your if's and do's etc
  • speeddating - increases and decreases dates as you do with numbers
  • matchit - navigation++ with %
  • supertab - code completion
  • syntastic - syntax checking
  • pastie
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