Articles on vim

Rudy Jahchan

Rudy Jahchan

vimtronner: A Multiplayer, Command-line vim Trainer Built on Node.js and Socket.io

Greetings, programs! Meet vimtronner, a multiplayer command-line game that teaches you the core vim keys. Be the last player alive by either controlling your bike safely around obstacles or building your own walls for your opponents to crash into. Just remember: you can’t do both at the same time! You can learn how to install

Rit Li

Rit Li

There’s a (Vim Plugin) for That! Part I: Fuzzy Finder

One of the most popular features of TextMate and RubyMine is Command-T, the ability to jump to a file with just a couple of keystrokes. Vim lacks this feature out of the box, leaving Vim newcomers less efficient. For the casual Vim users out there, when in doubt, remember this: there is a plugin for

Rit Li

Rit Li

Navigate Efficiently with ctags in Vim

This screencast will demonstrate how to navigate efficiently in Vim using ctags.

Christian Bradley

Christian Bradley

Stellar theme for Rubymine

Being a VIM junkie, I have an affinity for dark themes and fluorescent syntax highlighting. After switching to RubyMine + VI emulation, I decided to put together this theme to mimic the one I use in VIM. Get it here: https://github.com/christianbradley/rubymine-stellar-theme

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