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Again, this is just one way of setting things up. TMTOWTDI ;) Your local environment is likely to be different, as well as your preferences, and the tools evolve. I'll give a short overview of what I use; please refer to the documentation of the respective tool for instructions on how to best set things up. If you experience problems with any of the tools featured below please file bug reports directly to the respective project. Linux
<rant> The worst thing about the majority of VIM tutorials/books is that they start in the most obvious place. If I’m interested in a text editor and after reading the first chapter of a book all I know how to do is move the cursor around, I’m not going to be that impressed. Lets face it, moving the cursor around in any direction isn’t exactly a groundbreaking feature of VIM. For a beginner VIM users, there is nothing interesting about how you can use k and j to move the cursor up or down, or the h and l to move the cursor left and right. I think it’s safe to say that, for the first tutorial we can let user use left-arrow instead of h , right arrow-instead of l , up-arrow instead of h and down-arrow instead of j .
Vim as XML Editor Tobias Reif This howto is not maintained anymore. 0.10.7, 2005-05-19, last change 0.1, 2002-12-15, first draft Welcome :) If Vim is your main text editor, and if you do a lot of XML editing, then this howto might help you to make that even more fun.
Synchronizing plugins with git submodules and pathogen If you use Vim on muliple machines, it can be difficult to keep your configuration files synchronized across them. One solution is to put your dotfiles under version control.