My personal vim configuration and plugin selection

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README.md

haliphax's vim configuration

This is my (g)vim configuration. There are many like it, but this one is mine.

Setup

All plugins are implemented as git submodules in the bundle directory. In order to get everything setup in one fell swoop, use the --recursive command line flag when you clone this repository. Since this isn't exactly a software project, I would also recommend using the --single-branch and --depth 1 options to conserve space:

$ git clone --recursive --single-branch --depth 1 <repo URL> ~/.vim

The configuration files for vim and gvim are now in the .vim subdirectory of your $HOME, but for them to take effect, they need to be one level higher. (Note: This may no longer be necessary.) We can resolve this with symlinks:

$ ln -s ~/.vim/vimrc ~/.vimrc
$ ln -s ~/.vim/gvimrc ~/.gvimrc

Dependencies

I use a handful of linting and formatting utilities that are not bundled with any vim plugins:

  • php (CLI version)
  • xmllint
  • pylint

...

Have fun, you crazy kids. Don't stay out too late.