Running Vim within IRB If you work with ruby you will know that the interactive ruby shell, or ‘IRB’ for short, is a useful sketchpad for coding. But the command line interface of IRB can feel quite limiting in comparison with the power of your text editor. In this episode, I’m going to demonstrate how you can get the best of both worlds, by loading Vim from inside IRB.
The Vim text editor is a favorite of many programmers and system administrators. Although it provides an exceptional amount of power and flexibility, it can be somewhat intimidating for new users. Programmers who transition to Vim from a conventional integrated development environment (IDE) tend to find the paradigm shift a bit disorienting. I often get e-mail from readers who are looking for ways to make Vim more developer-friendly. A common complaint is that the editor doesn't come with standard IDE features out of the box and it's not always clear how to configure it to provide equivalent functionality. The secret to unlocking Vim's real magic is to take advantage of its powerful plugin system and the large ecosystem of third-party scripts that offer editor augmentations for various tasks.
Após três semanas quebrando a cabeça... está aqui, prontinho para usar o script que cria "Dobras" de acordo com o aninhamento de etiquetas e sub-etiquetas... Baixe-o em: http://www.vim.org/scripts/download_script.php?src_id=4936 Este script permite ao usuário o fácil uso de dobras em documentos XML. Este script suporta:
By Pranesh Srinivasan What is it? "It is the little things that make up great men." This introduction is about the little things. Things that help ease everyday tasks but go a long way into making you a better user, editor, programmer - a better computer user.
MacVim is the text editor Vim for Mac OS X. MacVim supports multiple windows with tabbed editing and a host of other features such as: bindings to standard OS X keyboard shortcuts (⌘Z, ⌘V, ⌘A, ⌘G, etc.), transparent backgrounds, full-screen mode, multibyte editing with OS X input methods and automatic font substitution, ODB editor support, and more. Most importantly, MacVim brings you the full power of Vim 7.3 to Mac OS X.