|Anthony J. Martinez 200c3a2739||3 years ago|
|.vimrc||3 years ago|
|LICENSE||3 years ago|
|README.md||3 years ago|
|init.vim||3 years ago|
This is my .vimrc, which you're free to use however you see fit. It works for me
but it may not work for you, and that's fine. My primary use cases, if not evident
from the selected plugins, revolve around Bash/Python/Rust with a need for Git integration.
There are not a plethora of keybindings assigned, because I'm rather comfortable with
typing, or just using tab-completion. As time goes on, I'm sure I'll add some more
custom mappings to take care of frequently tab-completed tasks.
The .vimrc here had an unexpected consequence. Using vim as much more than an editor
revealed more than a few pitfalls. The most notable among them is vim's poor handling
of long-running tasks. Most apparent while serving as an environment for developing Rust,
this led me, initially, to NeoVim. For the most part NeoVim resolved my issues and offered
reprise from vim's own performance troubles. My resulting NeoVim init.vim is also in this
The ultimate result of all of this is that I now use GNU/Emacs. When run with EVIL, I will go as far as stating that GNU/Emacs is actually the best version of vim...
Even without EVIL mode enabled, GNU/Emacs is still just a better environment for my work.