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Copyright (c) 2010-2011 clericJ <py.cleric at gmail.com> PyInteractive Vim PluginSimple python read-eval-print loop inside Vim DescriptionThis plugin is a simple realization of read-eval-print loop for Python in Vim command window. It requires Python support (see +python) and at least version 2.6 of Python interpreter (you can check python version by running :py import sys; print(sys.version) ). InstallationUnzip the most recent ZIP archive file (see below) inside your Vim profile directory (usu
These are my personal configurations for nix systems. There are a lot of interesting vim plugins and configurations in the .vim folder. Once copied into your $HOME/vim directory you will need to update the help docs. To update the Vim Help, run: :helptags $HOME/.vim/doc (Unix):helptags $VIM/vimfiles/doc (Windows) Now :help <plugin name> will tell you what to do N.B. Some plugins may not have help files. Check the .vim/docs directory
Vimper was developed to provide an IDE like environment within gVim. Vim has lots of plugins which can be used to transform the editor into a complete development environment, the goal of Vimper is to collect the most useful of these plugins into one single package as well as add new functionality to create a comprehensive Development/Project Management environment. Currently it supports:C++ IDE -- definition of C/C++ projects (projects can also be created for developing vim plugins, mainly for