'vim' Category

  • Automatically fold Clojure methods in Vim

    August 11, 2010

    I’ve been trying to get this working for quite some time, I finally have a semi-working function to fold Clojure methods automatically. First, here’s a picture of what you can expect to see when using this (click for larger version): And here’s the code (stick this in your .vimrc): That’s it, easy as pie, enjoy […]

  • How I develop Clojure with Vim

    March 15, 2010

    Recently Lau Jensen wrote a post talking about the features of Emacs and why it increases the productivity of Clojure programmers. While I don’t disagree that lisp programming in general benefits greatly from using Emacs as an editor, there are simply people who are too heavily invested into Vim (like myself) for things like viper-mode […]

  • Building a Java dev environment with Eclim and Vim on OSX

    May 11, 2009

    As anyone who has done Java development will tell you, doing it without a java-specific IDE can suck. So, enter Eclipse and Netbeans, probably the 2 biggest java IDEs out there (among many). But I don’t want to use Eclipse or Netbeans. I want to use Vim. Enter Eclim, which is a way to use […]

  • Vim setup explained

    September 14, 2008

    Since my site is named after a Vim command. I figured that I should eventually write something talking about my favorite text editor, and how I like it configured. What follows is the explanation of my .vimrc, as well as a description of the plugins that I use. A lot of the credit for this […]

  • GTD and desktop workflow/setup, revisited

    May 23, 2008

    UPDATE: Sorry about the RSS confusion with this post, it’s being very strange. I hate WordPress binding “publish” to Ctrl+P Anyone that might have read my blog for a long time might remember this post about how I do GTD (Getting To Done) on my machine(s). Well, I decided it’s been quite a while since […]

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