Vim - :star: Vim for Visual Studio Code

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VSCodeVim is a Vim emulator for Visual Studio Code. VSCodeVim is automatically enabled following installation and reloading of VSCode.

https://github.com/VSCodeVim/Vim

Dependencies:

appdirectory : 0.1.0
clipboardy : 1.2.3
diff-match-patch : 1.0.1
lodash : 4.17.10
mkdirp : 0.5.1
neovim-client : 2.1.0
promised-neovim-client : 2.0.2
untildify : 3.0.3
winston : 3.0.0
winston-console-for-electron : 0.0.3

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