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: ) Seriously, though, I found that the less I customize my settings, the easier it is for me to work on different boxes (and I edit files on several computers daily). This way, I am not forced to recreate my setting every time I am on a different computer (gets tedious fast).

Slightly off-topic, I'd like to promote VI in Perl, my pet project. Maybe people would like to help me develop it. It is still alpha, but already usable. You can do nifty things such as

:.,+5 {$_ = reverse $_}

Cheers,
Dmitri.


In reply to Re: Vim configs (slightly OT) by dmitri
in thread Vim configs (slightly OT) by djw

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