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inoremap <expr> <tab> pumvisible() ? '<c-n>' : '<tab>'
inoremap <expr> <s-tab> pumvisible() ? '<c-p>' : '<tab>'
augroup autocomplete
autocmd!
autocmd TextChangedI * call TypeComplete()
augroup end
fun! TypeComplete()
if getline('.')[col('.') - 2] =~ '\K' && getline('.')[col('.') - 1] !~ '\K'
call feedkeys("\<c-n>")
end
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romainl / Vim_pushing_built-in_features_beyond_their_limits.markdown
Last active Dec 27, 2021
Vim: pushing built-in features beyond their limits
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Vim: pushing built-in features beyond their limits

The situation

Searching can be an efficient way to navigate the current buffer.

The first search commands we learn are usually / and ?. These are seriously cool, especially with the incsearch option enabled which lets us keep typing to refine our search pattern. / and ? really shine when all we want is to jump to something we already have our eyeballs on but they are not fit for every situation:

  • when we want to search something that's not directly there, those two commands can make us loose context very quickly,
  • when we need to compare the matches.
View ThePowerOfVimEp1.md

The Power of Vim

Today's episode: Compile/build/error check workflow. The Vim Way™

Introduction

The number one plugin that everyone and their relatives installs, without a second thought, if they want to check for errors in their script/language of choice, is syntastic. In my opinion, syntastic is a completely useless plugin. "HUH WTF?! How dare you insult my favorite plugin?!" Yes, that's right. I said

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romainl / gist:1f93db9dc976ba851bbb
Last active Oct 1, 2021
Vim: available lowercase key pairs in normal mode…
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cd cm co cp cq cr cs cu cv cx cy cz
dc dm dq dr ds du dv dx dy dz
gb gc gl gs gy
vc vd vm vo vp vq vr vs vu vv vx vy vz
yc yd ym yo yp yq yr ys yu yv yx yz
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romainl / gist:9970697
Last active Nov 2, 2021
How to use Tim Pope's Pathogen
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How to use Tim Pope’s Pathogen

I’ll assume you are on Linux or Mac OSX. For Windows, replace ~/.vim/ with $HOME\vimfiles\ and forward slashes with backward slashes.

The idea

Vim plugins can be single scripts or collections of specialized scripts that you are supposed to put in “standard” locations under your ~/.vim/ directory. Syntax scripts go into ~/.vim/syntax/, plugin scripts go into ~/.vim/plugin, documentation goes into ~/.vim/doc/ and so on. That design can lead to a messy config where it quickly becomes hard to manage your plugins.

This is not the place to explain the technicalities behind Pathogen but the basic concept is quite straightforward: each plugin lives in its own directory under ~/.vim/bundle/, where each directory simulates the standard structure of your ~/.vim/ directory.

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vcavallo / github_repo_from_cli.md
Last active Jan 8, 2017
Create a GitHub repo from the CLI (plus bash function)
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Create GitHub repo without leaving the command line

curl -u 'USER' https://api.github.com/user/repos -d '{"name":"REPO"}'

Replace USER with your username and REPO with the intended repo name. Include all quotes above.

The do the usual:

git remote add origin git@github.com:USER/REPO.git
git push origin master