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Vim - the ubiquitous text editor

Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to make creating and changing any kind of text very efficient. It is included as "vi" with most UNIX systems and with Apple OS X.

Vim is rock stable and is continuously being developed to become even better. Among its features are:
  • persistent, multi-level undo tree
  • extensive plugin system
  • support for hundreds of programming languages and file formats
  • powerful search and replace
  • integrates with many tools

  News  Vim 8.0.1636 is the current version 

vim.org now completely on https

[2018-03-04] SourceForge has moved to new infrastructure. Unfortunately this caused an outage for a few days. Currently it appears everything is working again. On the positive side, SSL is now fully supported, all the pages are on https://www.vim.org. (Bram Moolenaar)

Vimfest 2017 in Berlin

[2017-09-08] Vimfest is happening again! 22 to 24 September in Berlin. Find more information on the website. (Bram Moolenaar)

Vim website now on https

[2017-09-02] Since the Vim website hosts scripts, security is relevant. SourceForge now supports using https, but only on sourceforge.io. That is why you now get redirected from vim.org to vim.sourceforge.io. Let me know if something does not work. (Bram Moolenaar)

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  Recent Script Updates  5,532 scripts, 12,359,400 downloads 
[2018-03-24]  open-browser-github.vim : Open GitHub URL of file, issue, pull request (GitHub Enterprise supported)
(v1.0.1) [Fix] Fix undefined variable when openbrowser's global variable is not defined at startup (#27) - tyru
[2018-03-23]  RAPID-Syntax : Syntax, indent and more for Abb industrial robots
(1.5.5) * added text objects for functions (depends on g:rapidMoveAroundKeyMap: set this option to 2 to get the textobjects) af (around function): from proc, func, trap or record to endproc et al. aF: as af but includes all comments directly above proc et al. and one empty line after endproc et al. if (inner function): from one line after proc et al. to one line before endproc et al. * made label ... - Patrick Meiser-Knosowski
[2018-03-23]  vim-ruby-block-helpers : Helpers for maneuvering between ruby blocks, and context output in rspec files
(1.0.2) Simplify visual check, fix function scope The main point of this commit is to fix the scope of the functions in this plugin. Previously they were globally scoped, and they really should be specific to the script. I realize that _technically_ this is a breaking change if someone was using the functions directly, but in the spirit of semver, this is a breaking change to an API I didn't really... - John DeWyze
[2018-03-22]  MUcomplete : Chained (fallback) completion that works the way you want!
(1.0.0rc7) New feature: extend the completed text by copying the words following the previous expansion in other contexts (requires a mapping by the user). New option: g:mucomplete#smart_enter (when set, always insert a new line when typing Enter to close the popup menu). Omni-complete after dots in Python buffers. Document settings to improve compatibility with auto-pairs and endwise. A couple of bug fixes.... - Lifepillar
[2018-03-21]  Vim SQL Workbench : Provides sql access from vim to any DBMS
(8.1) * fixed documentation issues * added the `CtrlPSW` command (will open CtrlP with the SW profiles) * added the `CtrlPClearSWCache` command (will parse profiles from scratch when opening CtrlP) * fixed the spaces in profiles name (CtrlP will fail if there was a space in the profile name or in the group name) * switch back the autocomplete to `<C-x><C-o>` for compatibility with `YouCompleteMe`... - Cosmin Popescu
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