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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)

Vim 7.4 released!

[2013-08-10] Finally, after more than a thousand patches, there is a new version of Vim. This is mostly a bug-fix release. Also, many runtime files have been improved, syntax highlighting and indenting works better. To find out the details, do ":help version7.4" after installing it. Direct link to the MS-Windows installer. For Linux you probably want to use Mercurial for convenient building. For MacVim look here. Otherwise see the download page. (Bram Moolenaar)

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  Recent Script Updates  4,919 scripts, 9,541,399 downloads 
[2014-09-23]  cobalt : A blue/dark color theme that works in 256color terminals as well as gui
(1.0) Initial upload - James G
[2014-09-23]  vim-lamdify : Conceals lambdas as lambda characters in various languages
(0.2) Fixes a bug where the plugin could crash if default syntax files aren't used. - Caleb Smith
[2014-09-22]  vim-github-comment : Comment on GitHub straight from within Vim.
(0.0.3) Support for GitHub two-factor authentication - Mindaugas Mozūras
[2014-09-22]  rogue.vim : Porting of Rogue-clone II for Vim
(1.0.1) Fixed some bugs - Noriaki KATO
[2014-09-21]  VIM PHP Refactoring Toolbox : Easily refactor your PHP Code
(1.0.0) Initial upload - Pierrick Charron
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