Last week’s techmail was Enable spell-checking in Vim and customize default behavior which talks about how to get spell checking enabled in vim. I actually wasn’t even aware that vim could do spell checking natively until a little while ago, and it sure makes for my use of it with mutt so much nicer. On(…)
This week’s TechMail is Hacking Vim covers the basics and reveals tips for power users, which is a book review of “Hacking Vim” by Packt Publishing. If you’re a (serious/wanna-be) vim user, this is a really useful book to read. I learnt a lot of tricks from it.
This week’s TechMail is Use tabs to open multiple files in vim which pretty much discusses how to use tabs in vim so you can have multiple files open at once. Using some nice key mapping, you can navigate tabs with simple keystrokes and have vim act like any good GUI text editor with tabs.
This week’s TechMail is Create custom keybindings in vim which goes into how to tweak vim’s keybindings to make them more familiar if you come from another editor. It’s also useful to create shortcuts for things such as moving to the end of a line. I’ve been using joe for over 10 years and while(…)