In this video we'll add a few lines to our vimrc file so we can easily cycle between slides. We'll use Goyo too, but that's optional.
While preparing for a talk I’m giving soon about using the command line and terminal I wanted a quick and easy way to show text based slides within Vim.
After a bit of fiddling around, this was the end result. It’s a few lines of code that can be dropped into your
.vimrc file and technically it requires no plugins.
Although in this case I am using Goyo to make it look better. You can replicate what Goyo does without using it by setting a few stock vimrc options if you don’t want to use Goyo.
Since I started with Vim pretty late, the first plugin manager I tried was vim-plug and it seems nearly perfect. In this video we’ll do a quick run down on using Vim Plug to manage your Vim plugins. We won’t explore every last command but we will cover installing, updating and removing plugins which is what I do 99% of the time in my day to day.
Developing and coding are incredibly tough. There are hundreds upon thousands of lines of code, and a single error can leave you trawling to find what exactly went wrong and why.
Hi everyone! 👋 I got an email from someone pretty recently who wanted to setup a dev environment for SciPy. He had made changes to the source code of SciPy and now wanted to test if his changes were working or not. He had gotten so far without actually testing the code. In this post I will share details on how to setup a dev environment the right way. I will focus mainly on Mac OS.
In this video I go over how I use NERDTree in Vim. It's mainly to create, modify or delete files very quickly.
In this video, we'll go over all of the tools I use on Windows and WSL 2 to create a productive development environment.