Re: O-Reilly's Learning the vi and Vim Editors
- On 13:53 Fri 02 Sep , Tim Chase wrote:
> On 09/02/11 13:37, Hozzy2u wrote:Hi,
> > I just want to thank everyone for their quick response to my
> > question. I have just downloaded the "Vim Recipes" PDF file
> > and printed it out so I could highlight and add notes as I
> > read it.
> as much as I'd like to support authors of Vim books, I'm glad you
> didn't have to spend significant money.
> > I look forward to watching this group and hope to at some
> > point get to where I can add to the responses. Thanks again
> > you have all been a great help.
> As can tell, the list is a pretty friendly place and we want your
> experience with Vim to be a positive one. Vim's help is pretty
> exhaustive, so one of the other important things to learn is how
> to navigate it. But even then, there have been times where I've
> lacked the right search-terms for :helpgrep and had to ask the
> list where to find a certain feature. So if something puzzles
> you and you're feeling stumped, we're glad to help you out!
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There are also very nice video casts by Derek Wyatt: http://vimeo.com/6999927,
which I found recently and watched them just for fun. They are a very good
introduction to vim. It is also worth looking at Darek Wyatt blog:
http://www.derekwyatt.org/vim/ (where all the videos are listed in more
structured way, and also you can find there his vimrc file with nice
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