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This is a way to integrate Vim with the JVM's debugger, jdb. It was originally yavdb, modified to work for a Scala project. Maybe someone else will find it useful Video of it being used: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COyzt0DvCZY Script Requirements: -VIM compiled with Signs, Client-Server, and Python support. -Python 2.5 -An operating system with support for named pipes -NERDTree Using JVDB: jvdb [-c classpath] [-n servername] [-s sourcedirs] <classname> "<breakpoint>" Example: jvdb -c "/home/vmarquez/project/bin" -s "src:test" com.myproject.TestClass "stop in com.myproject.TestClass$.main" VIM will have the following key mappings set: <F5> Continue Execution <F7> Step Into a Function <F8> Next Instruction TODO: I'd like to use NERDTree to display locals for each stack printed out. If I can find out how to hook into opening a 'dir' from NERDTree, I can do more with dumping complex objects out.