Linked by Amjith Ramanujam on Tue 26th May 2009 12:31 UTC
General Development I recently started using Git for my local revision control. Since I spend about 90% of my coding time inside the Vim editor, I went looking for a plugin that would make Vim play nice with Git. In this article I present two different vim plugins and explore their feature-set via screenshots.
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Obligatory
by sakeniwefu on Tue 26th May 2009 12:59 UTC
sakeniwefu
Member since:
2008-02-26

This is when someone has to say:
"Vim is a great Operating System, it just lacks a decent text editor"
And then someone replies:
":set compatible"

Otherwise, very cool ;)

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RE: Obligatory
by awesome on Tue 26th May 2009 16:48 in reply to "Obligatory"
awesome Member since:
2009-02-24

i think your quote was directed at Emacs not Vim

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RE[2]: Obligatory
by sakeniwefu on Wed 27th May 2009 00:01 in reply to "RE: Obligatory"
sakeniwefu Member since:
2008-02-26

i think your quote was directed at Emacs not Vim

Oh, really? You are so sharp.

;)

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RE: Obligatory
by vivainio on Tue 26th May 2009 18:44 in reply to "Obligatory"
vivainio Member since:
2008-12-26

This is when someone has to say:
"Vim is a great Operating System, it just lacks a decent text editor"
And then someone replies:
":set compatible"

Otherwise, very cool ;)


Analogously, git is a decent content-addressable tree storage. Someone just needs to write a command line wrapper for it, and provide english localization for the error messages.

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