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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  5,082 scripts, 10,331,804 downloads 
[2015-05-30]  vim-clang : Yet another C/C++ code completion plugin based on Clang
(0.4.1) * Windows support [mattn] * bug fix - Jianjun Mao
[2015-05-30]  vim-plug : Minimalist Vim Plugin Manager
(0.7.2) - Parallel installer for Python 2.6+ and 3.0+ - Added support for Neovim Python - Shallow clone by default - PlugUpgrade using git - Trigger User autocmd when plugin is loaded on-demand - Do not add `git::@` to URI if git 2.3.0 or above is found - Bug fixes and improvements - Junegunn Choi
[2015-05-30]  ftcompl : Command line completion for :set filetype
(0.1.0) Initial upload - Ryosuke Ito
[2015-05-30]  betterga : Yet another :ascii command
(0.1.0) Initial upload - Ryosuke Ito
[2015-05-30]  Vim REST Console (VRC) : A REST console for Vim
(1.1.0) Add the capability to set headers in block requests -
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