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Did you know about persistent undo?

[2014-10-31] A feature I enjoy using myself is not known to many users, as I found out last weekend. Besides undo with as many levels as you like, Vim also offers storing the undo information in a file. So you can exit Vim, reboot your computer and still undo changes you made. See the help for 'undofile'. (Bram Moolenaar)

Article about installing gVim on Windows7

[2014-01-10] Pritesh Ugrankar has written an article that was published in the Open Source For You Magazine. You can read it here (PDF). Thanks to the publisher to allow us to re-publish the article. (Bram Moolenaar)

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  Recent Script Updates  4,994 scripts, 9,969,746 downloads 
[2015-01-27]  Conque GDB : GDB command line interface and terminal emulator in (G)Vim.
(0.13) * Added command (ConqueGdbExe) to change path to GDB executable at runtime, useful for cross development. Thanks to Anatolii Sakhnik for implementing this feature. - Andreas Lynge
[2015-01-27]  cscope_dynamic : Quick dynamic cscope updates
(0.3) Initial upload - Eric Garver
[2015-01-27]  EasyClip : Simplified clipboard functionality for Vim
(2.2)     Bug fixes     Removed the 'system sync' option since using unnamed register is sufficient for this     Added support for persistent/shared yanks - Steve Vermeulen
[2015-01-27]  vim-less : LESS css syntax updated to v2.3.0 - 2015
(1.0.0) Initial upload - Luis Hdez
[2015-01-27]  Space Ident Highlighter : Plugin to mark vertically identation made by spaces
(1.0) Initial upload - Estevan Vedovelli
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