Nice node nferraz
, special thanks for "paste mode", I'v looked for that.
Heres my 2c.:
" run srcipt from Vim pressing F5
map <silent> <F5> :!perl ./%<CR>
Can't remember where did I get it, I guess its from article at http://mamchenkov.net
but its down for now(I hope temporarily).
It is up now, and I'd like recommend it to everyone, cause its nice and useful article
has mention above
, with good explanation of every option and even illustrated.
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