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Vim--Reviewing the Vim Text Editor - Ruby - About.com
The Vim editor is a powerful editor available on all major platforms. Since it's intended for writing code, it's also an ideal editor for writing Ruby code. Though you ...
Installing rails.vim - Ruby - About.com
Locate your vimfiles directory. On Windows, this is C:\Documents and Settings\ your username\vimfiles or on Linux or OS X ~/.vim. Extract the zip file downloaded ...
Using rails.vim - Ruby - About.com
Editing a Rails application is a challenge for any text editor, since Rails applications are spread across multiple files of different types and have different rules for ...
vim - Linux Command - Unix Command
Vim is a text editor that is upwards compatible to Vi. It can be used to edit all kinds of plain text. It is especially useful for editing programs. There are a lot of ...
VIM - What is VIM - Linux - About.com
Definition: VIM: Vim stands for 'Vi Improved'. Vi is one of the most popular and powerful editors in the Unix world. Vi is an abbreviation for "Visual" editor. One of  ...
Linux Command vi vim - Unix Command gvim - About.com
. vim: Modern Linux distributions use vim (="vi improved") in place of vi, and vim is somewhat better than the original vi. gvim: The GUI version of vi is also  ...
Editing Rails Applications in Vim - Ruby - About.com
Though it is possible to edit Rails applications in Vim without the help of any specialized scripts, the rails.vim script makes many tasks simpler. A good example ...
Introduction to Linux - Using the Vim editor - About.com
The vi editor is a very powerful tool and has a very extensive built-in manual, which you can activate using the :help command when the program is started ...
Vim and vi - UNIX text editor VI - Web Design/HTML - About.com
Vim and vi. Creating HTML on a Unix machine is simple if you use vi. vi is a Unix text editor found on nearly all flavors of Unix. It is easy to use but has a steep ...
vimdiff - Linux Command - Unix Command
Vimdiff starts Vim on two (or three) files. Each file gets its own window. The differences between the files are highlighted. This is a nice way to inspect changes ...
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