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Heh, finnaly I finished configuring of vim. Pretty standard but I like it.

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  • 1
    nice! :D
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    Looks like DevRant over compressed my image :D
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    what plugin did you use (if any) for the tab (buffer) bar?
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    @arcadesdude vim-airline and It's feature "Smarter tab bar"(disaed by default)
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    @Letmecode yep, I new in vim, thank you !
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    @pacmancoder @pacmancoder cool thank you. I already have airline installed but didn't know about this. I find the guitabline and the console tabline's both lacking so I'll check it out!
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    @pacmancoder You are fucked mate...from now on you ll be addicted to customization of vim and then it all be the shell after that the Window manager till it's too late and you find yourself adding custom code to the linux kernel . ( Happy ricing )
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    Ever thought of doing Vim configuration as a service?
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    @kshep92 nope. It is very... Individual proccess I think so
  • 1
    nice, do you have your vimrc uploaded yet? I might have to see if there's anything I like to add to mine
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    Can u please share the dotfiles and config for this?
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    @akarshsatija @jckimble , config is still in early state and maybe I'll change package manager, because I use parhogen, so maybe I'll post it but in future
  • 0
    Hey! That's pretty good!
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    vimrc please?
    And the arrows in airline (like after normal/insert) I'm guessing are a special font?
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    @arcadesdude I'll post vimrc when switch to Vundle - at the moment I using pathogen and vimrc is at most useless, stay tuned. Arrows and icons in airline - it is feature of airline, "use powerline fonts" or something + patched fonts, check their github page
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    @pacmancoder thanks! BTW vim-plug is a really nice simple plugin manager I use. It's junegunn/vim-plug on GitHub.
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