Monthly Archives: April 2014

vim: Visual mode

I have been using vim for years and am consistently surprised at the amazing things it can do. Vim has been around longer than I have been writing code, and its predecessor (Vi) is as old as I am. Somehow … Continue reading

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vim: tags and tabs

Previously, I discussed using vim and screen with automagic titles. The great part about working with vim and screen is that I can work from anywhere with minimal setup, and when working remotely I can pick up the cursor exactly … Continue reading

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vim and screen, automagic titles

Previously, I discussed using multiuser screen so that I could concurrently access a shared screen session across multiple remote hosts (from work, from home, from my phone, etc). I would like to augment screen such that the titles would always … Continue reading

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