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
New Vim.org Homepage Hosting
The Vim project has been moved to a new hosting provider.
The hosting should be much more stable now and database problems should now also been solved.
Thanks to Wavestack for hosting us. (Christian Brabandt)
Moving the Vim Homepage
The Vim project will move to a new homepage on tuesday, september 26th, 2023 around 08:00 pm CEST.
During that time there may be some issues connecting to the current homepage (or trying to login)
but hopefully they will be resolved very soon.
The new vim.org domain name should then resolve to the new IP 22.214.171.124.
This homepage here will stay in read-only mode and no longer maintained.
Read the announcement
at the vim_announce mailing list. (Christian Brabandt)
RIP Bram Moolenaar
The Vim project is deeply shocked and saddened by the sudden passing of Bram.
We certainly will miss him, his guidance and his humour.
The Vim project wouldn't exist without his ongoing passion to lead and
develop Vim and the community for more than 30 years.
Our deepest condolences to all his family and may they have enough strengths
to come through these saddened times. We lost a great guy way too early, who should have had
the chance to enjoy and live for at least several more years!
In addition he was well-known for collecting donations for the ICCF foundation and
helping many children in Uganda. And despite the saddened news, during the
last 7 days an incredible amount of EURO 60,000 was donated. That is so
awesome. Thank you all contributors!
An incredible amount of people have been giving respect and saying
goodby at here and
you'll find obituary articles and links
It is in Brams interest to continue the Vim project even
if development now will slow down, but hopefully the community is being
able to step up and continue the work in the next years. (Christian Brabandt)
Vim: The power tool for everyone!
See pictures of Bram's latest visit to Uganda on
Read the visit report on the ICCF website.
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||(2.11.23) - added try/catch for Ex commands (starting with colon), eg. ":AsyncRun :echo 123" and display exception if failed.
- fixed minor issues. - Wei Lin
|| HTML/XHTML Macros : HTML/XHTML editing macros and menus
||(1.3.6) - File missing from zip archive - Christian J. Robinson
|| fuzzyy : A fuzzy finder for vim
||(1.1.2) https://github.com/Donaldttt/fuzzyy - Nachuan Tang
|| gpt-vim : brings chat gpt to Vim and NVim
||(0.9) The assistant can now execute generated python and lua code just like int chat-gpt interpreter mode
The assistant can also search the web (google, ddg and wikipedia) and read web pages content. - ayman khamouma
|| The ObjectSense Programming Language : An object-oriented reincarnation of VimL
||(2.0.0) This is a tremendous update, which really takes ObjectSense into another level and no other language has done before! It can be the ultimate form of literate programming or even beyond literate programming. We started out doing object-oriented programming in vimL, never thought would end up anything like this.
Now we can have functional, procedural, object-oriented, imperative, declarative, o... - Yiu Wing
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