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rational: Vim has a lot of great ways to navigate a project. But if your computer already knows where the problem is, we should be able to jump straight there without searching again.
Inspired by an Amega compiler
$ vim --version | grep quickfix
Useful any time you need a list of locations in your document
* :Ggrep (fugitive)
Two types of lists:
* demonstrate make
:cw opens the error list
:col opens the previous one
:cnew opens the next one
jump to an error's location with <Enter>
location lists are associated with a window, quickfix is vim instance wide.
like lcd vs cd.
custom makeprg of % can be handy to execute the current buffer
* [demo video](http://vimeo.com/tpope/vim-dispatch-teaser)
* works seamlessly with dispatch.vim to run your rake tasks asynchronously .