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
vim.org now completely on https
SourceForge has moved to new infrastructure. Unfortunately this caused an outage for a few days. Currently it appears everything is working again.
On the positive side, SSL is now fully supported, all the pages are on https://www.vim.org. (Bram Moolenaar)
Vimfest 2017 in Berlin
Vimfest is happening again! 22 to 24 September in Berlin. Find more information on the website. (Bram Moolenaar)
Vim website now on https
Since the Vim website hosts scripts, security is relevant. SourceForge now supports using https, but only on sourceforge.io.
That is why you now get redirected from vim.org to vim.sourceforge.io.
Let me know if something does not work. (Bram Moolenaar)
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
|| 5,531 scripts, 12,350,218 downloads
|| dadbod.vim : Modern database interface for Vim
||(1.1) Rename to Dadbod.
Fix issue with screen failing to redraw.
Fix various issues with shell execution.
Rearrange psql arguments to avoid warning.
Support SSL for MongoDB.
Support custom port in dbext wrapper. - Tim Pope
|| vinegar.vim : Combine with netrw to create a delicious salad dressing
||(1.0) Initial upload - Tim Pope
|| vim-ruby-block-helpers : Helpers for maneuvering between ruby blocks, and context output in rspec files
||(1.0.1) Adjust visual mode, fix next block when on end
Previously, the visual mappings would always enter visual mode and never
visual line mode. For now, I am defaulting to always be in visual line
mode. If this is a problem I can properly set apart the two mappings.
Additionally, if you are on an `end` line, then the next ruby block
would often not find a sibling, but instead would jump to the ... - John DeWyze
|| simplebuffer : a very simple buffer manager.
||(1.0.0) Initial upload - Cryven mo
|| copy paste finder : utility for viewing copied-pasted code side-by-side
||(0.0.2) getqflist() vs Vim version patches
partial support for Vim 7.4 - skycolor radialsum
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