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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  4,991 scripts, 9,969,066 downloads 
[2015-01-27]  writable_search.vim : Perform a grep and edit the results directly
(0.2.0) Configurable backends, like: ack, git-grep, egrep. Possible to, for example, set up "ack" as default, but use "git-grep" if we're in a git repository. - Andrew Radev
[2015-01-27]  multichange.vim : Edit a word and have the change propagate throughout the buffer
(0.2.0) Mapping is a text object now, so it allows much easier targeting of the area of effect. - Andrew Radev
[2015-01-27]  vim-eco : Eco support for Vim
(2bc1ee8) - Highlight missing colon after "if" - Use html.vim for matchit support - Andrew Radev
[2015-01-27]  switch.vim : Switch segments of text with predefined replacements
(0.3.0) - Haml support - Coffeescript dictionary shorthand - Default mapping - Various bugfixes - Andrew Radev
[2015-01-27]  inline_edit.vim : Edit code that's embedded within other code
(0.2.1) Minor improvements - Andrew Radev
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