Though I've used GNU Emacs as my primary code/email/todo list editor for many years now, I'd like to give Vim a fair shake.
Now I know the most basic of vi editing but never really got past the 8-12 keystrokes that I learned back in college. So, loyal readers and geeks, I ask you to bestow upon me your favorite on-line Vim references, tips, tricks, tutorials, references, and so on.
This isn't a direct result of my hand injury... I've been thinking that I should do this for a couple years now. But it sure did help get me motivated finally.
I'll be using vim on both Linux and Windows, not that it matters much for most things (I hope).
Posted by jzawodn at April 02, 2008 12:54 PM
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