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Vimpy : Write Vim scripts in Python. Not Vimscript.

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created by
Brandon Stoner
 
script type
utility
 
description
Simply put, Vimpy allows you to write Vim plugins without writing any
Vimscript. This is done by abstracting Vim commands through a Pythonic
interface.

NOTE: This is pre-alpha softare. As much as it should work as documented, there
is potential for issues to arrise. If they do, please create an issue
(https://github.com/LimpidTech/Vimpy/issues/new) so that we can make this
software better. We welcome any feedback, suggestions, or complaints. Please
don't be shy!

Documentation
-------------

Vimpy's documentation is available at the GitHub wiki page
(https://github.com/LimpidTech/Vimpy/wiki). If you run into any problems with
the documentation, or if you just have a recommendation on how to make it
better - please don't hesitate to create a new issue
(https://github.com/LimpidTech/Vimpy/issues/new). We expect that Vimpy might
have a couple issues, and will always want to make this library better in any
way possible.

Quick Start
-----------

The quick start from this README document has been moved to the wiki. You can
find it here: https://github.com/LimpidTech/Vimpy/wiki/Quick-Start
 
install details
This script requires Pathogen, and requires that you have a version of vim compiled with +python.

You can check that your Vim is compatible on Unix systems with:

vim --version | grep +python

If you don't get anything back, you'll need to rebuild Vim with a Python interpreter.
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
vimpy-master.zip 0.2.0 2013-07-01 7.0 Brandon Stoner Version 0.2.0
ip used for rating: 35.171.183.163

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