VimCompletesMe - You don't Complete Me; Vim Completes Me! A super simple, super minimal, super light-weight tab completion plugin for Vim

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A super simple, super minimal, super light-weight tab-completion plugin for Vim. If any of above types of completions fails to return any results, hitting Tab again will switch back to Vim's local keyword completion. VimCompletesMe will go back to trying the special completion for the next tab completion.



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