Vim - the ubiquitous text editor
Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to make creating and
changing any kind of text very efficient.
It is included as "vi" with most UNIX systems and with Apple OS X.
Vim is rock stable and is continuously being developed to become even better.
Among its features are:
- persistent, multi-level undo tree
- extensive plugin system
- support for hundreds of programming languages and file formats
- powerful search and replace
- integrates with many tools
is the current version
Secure connection available
Notice the "go to HTTPS page" link in the header? Use it to go to the securely connected version of the same Vim pages.
This runs on the sourceforge servers, thus the URL cannot end in vim.org. This is especially recommended if you upload or download scripts. (Bram Moolenaar)
Vim 25 birthday presentation
On November 2nd I did a presentation about Vim at Google Zurich.
This is exactly 25 years since the first public version of Vim was
The presentation gives an overview of Vim history and highlights the
important choices that were made. With background information on
my personal life and what was the state of computing, the context in
which Vim was developed.
You can find it on Youtube.
Nice article about Vim on hostingadvice.com
Releasing version 8.0 and getting close to the 25th birthday inspired the writing of
It contains links to relevant info and can be used to convince a friend to start using Vim.
Vim: The power tool for everyone!
See pictures of Bram's latest visit to Uganda on
Read the visit report on the ICCF website.
| Recent Script Updates
|| 5,400 scripts, 11,675,665 downloads
|| vim-xkbswitch : Automatic Keyboard Layout Switcher
||(0.14.2) - Do not enable the plugin on Linux/X11 when there is no X server run
- Check validity of imap values when generating imappings, prefer function execute() to redir when reading them - Alexey Radkov
|| scilab.vim : Scilab syntax highlighting (Linux)
||(1.7) Some more changes about colors. - A. Astonfe
|| Citation.vim : Insert citations from zotero or bibtex files.
||(0.4) - - rafaqz rafaqz
|| ALE - Asynchronous Lint Engine : Lint while you type in Vim
||(1.1.1) ## Bugs Fixed
* The Pug linter wasn't parsing errors correctly. This has been fixed.
* The gcc/gfortran linter should now parse errors from more versions.
* Parsing of TypeScript `typecheck` errors has been fixed for some filenames containing the string `ts`.
* The commands for navigating between errors/warnings should now correctly filter out other buffers.
* The commands for navigating be... - Wuh Orp
|| vim-lastplace : Intelligently reopen files where you left off.
||(3.1.0) You can now configure buffer types to ignore by setting
g:lastplace_ignore_buftype in your vimrc. This is a comma separated list.
By default it is set to:
let g:lastplace_ignore_buftype = "quickfix" - Greg Dietsche
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