Another episode of "How to exit VIM editor". #vim
Via: https://pod.disroot.org/posts/57e8fb7050650135c75e4986d5cbec7f https://social.weho.st/media/Zg7hXt9in_Kr_LbRqYE
#vim question: I am still learning, and haven't installed any plugins; is there a way to have vim tell me if I use a specific string, when saving?
For instance, I am trying to stop using the phrase, "I think". If I could get a reminder when I save that I used it, that would help me lots.
Mastering #Vim on Twitter: "Vim knows THE answer? Try running: :help 42" https://twitter.com/MasteringVim/status/884869291715297284
VimGameCodeBreak.- Borrando código con estilo.
Seguro que habéis programado algo y que os han entrado ese picorcillo al notar que vuestro código no funcionaba. La verdad es que si esto pasa con un editor de código "amigable" imaginaros si estáis usando #vim ...
#vim adds terminal
So you know where they're going...
#vim nerds who have considered checking out nvim: here's a nice little blog post
There's one moment in my script workflow I absolutely dread: When my original draft leaves my text editor and ends up in a google doc.
While I'm glad we've managed to land on a collaborative tool everyone can use, I find it infuriating that gdocs doesn't support markdown, editing in vim, and all the other things I'm growing to consider "the way I work" on a daily basis.
That said, it's good to have us all working together. For that I'll suffer.
I've started using #leanote as a note taking app since this morning for work. I admit I like it very well, with #markdown and a #vim mode :)
(I'm still using it as a local docker container, I don't think I'll put that on a remote server as I only take notes like this on my laptop and don't care about the blog feature of leanote)
This fancy keyboard overlay shows all the commands you need in #Vim https://thenextweb.com/dd/2017/06/01/fancy-keyboard-overlay-shows-commands-need-vim/