I’ve been trying to work a little vim practice into my editing. It’s not to replace my trusty Sublime Text 3 setup, but rather to develop some muscle memory for those times when vim is the most robust editor at hand. And it’s always good to have a backup.
This is just a quick dumping ground for some useful posts I’ve found while setting up a local vim environment.
Configuring Vim on Mac OS X by Tim Reynolds, including sample .vimrc setup.
Vim and iTerm2 color-schemes by Chris Hunt.
How to control vim colors by Alvin Alexander.
Here’s another vim port of Plastic Code Wrap by Chris Hoffman.
And now to practice…