vi is a textmode editor. It's so bad even the author regrets it.
For some fucking reason, Linux distributions almost all include it by default.
The only editor I know of which can handle huge files. So horribly horrible though. =(
Ruby-capable, I hear.
- 2009-04-18 - vim 7.2 on (distribution not recorded)
- 2006-09-09 - (version not recorded) on (distribution not recorded)
(date not recorded) - vim (version not recorded) / Sharp Zaurus on (distribution not recorded)
- unlimited undo
- syntax highlighting
- The log file is used to support the unlimited undo feature of vim.
www.vim.org has more...
2006-09-09 - (version not recorded) ∞
- cream is a decent GUI version.
- vim does code folding
ito begin using it.
deletedoesn't really work.
backspacedoesn't usually work.
really frustrating, to say the least. Requires re-engineering of the keys on each new computer.
(date not recorded) - vim (version not recorded) / Sharp Zaurus ∞
- cursor keys, backspace and delete are all screwed up in insert mode
backspacewon't backspace existing text!!
:syn ondoes not work at the cli
:syn on. See
|Close a fold.|
|Close all folds you are at.|
|Open folds .. seems to open all sub-folds.|
|Reapply folding globally|
|Open all folds (i.e. remove all folding)|
- there are lame commands to move over folds. they should be re-defined to control-up/down
- actions when on a folded line are performed only on that fold
- folding settings on a file are supposed to be remembered, but they aren't..
The colors of a closed fold are set with the Folded group
|hl-Folded|. The colors of the fold column are set with the FoldColumn group
Example to set the colors: >
:highlight Folded guibg=grey guifg=blue :highlight FoldColumn guibg=darkgrey guifg=white