by Antwan Wimberly
I'm a huge fan and heavy user of Vim (I do all my ruby and open source development there...anything that' not Microsoft basically). I happen to use what I like to refer to as a "Vim bootstrap" in Steve Francia's awesome spf13.
It has sane defaults and comes equipped with the latest and greatest Vim plugins on the market.
After installing the bootstrap, you'll want to ensure you keep it update to date just like Homebrew formulas, ruby gems, and npm packages. It's prett easy to upgrade your bootstrap, but who really has enough RAM in their brain to store that curl command? Sure you could drop it into a script, make it executable via
chmod, and put it into some folder that's attached to your
$PATH variable, but I've yet to cross that bridge. I do know however that I've executed that command numerous times and that it should be stashed somewhere in my zsh history. I know it contains the string "curl", so I whip