These day take long time to configure my vim environment,  finally make my vim like IDE.

Share my experience here. First, this is my .vimrc

 

Normally I use it developing golang, bash, python and perl, with autocomplet plugin NeoComplete.

If you are vim fan, please compile vim by yourself, I don’t like install from repo, except MacVim. This is my compile conf
./configure --prefix=/usr/local --with-features=huge --enable-luainterp --enable-pythoninterp --enable-rubyinterp --with-luajit --enable-tclinterp --enable-rubyinterp --enable-perlinterp --enable-fail-if-missing

Binary would installed in /usr/local/bin/vim with most feature, have lua, python, perl, ruby, tcl and will reminder you if failed import some library. You must have lua for NeoComplete  (https://github.com/Shougo/neocomplete.vim).

 

List all plugin I use :

pathogen.vim // most important plugin, you can easy install and remove plugin

tagbar // must have plugin, give you all tag in your file

ctrlp.vim // load file to buffer, you can quick switch edit file

emmet-vim // quick http generator

jellybeans.vim // colorscheme I use now

neocomplete.vim // auto complete when you typing

neosnippet.vim // auto complete language snippet when you typing

setcolors // vim script quick switch colors, I think it just for fun after you decide color. http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Switch_color_schemes

syntastic // check syntax when you save file

tabular // aligning text, actually not necessary for golang

vim-colors-solarized // one popular color

vim-easymotion // cursor move tool, I map it to ctrl+j

vim-markdown // markdown syntax and you able to generator html by md format

vim-puppet // puppet syntax

vim-snippets // snippet library

 

Finally organize my conf’s key mapping

space – toggle folding

F2 – toggle paste mode or normal mode

F4 – toggle tagbar

ctrl+a – copy all (terminal mode)

ctrl+c – copy to system clipboard(terminal mode)

ctrl+v – paste from system clipboard(terminal mode)

cmd+a,c,v – same, but in MacVim’s gui mode

ctrl+j – quick jump

tab or ctrl+k – toggle snippet

F7 – markdown format to html format(need Markdown.pl)

\c – toggle comment

 

some special setting just for golang

install gotags and gocode, use go tags instead of ctags in golang, gocode is go snippet tool.

this line will help you auto format your go code when you save.

 

Related to header

I used to use these like control header

 

autocmd bufnewfile *.c so ~/.vim/headers/c.hd

autocmd bufnewfile *.go so ~/.vim/headers/go.hd

autocmd bufnewfile *.* exe “1,” . 10 . “g/File Name :.*/s//File Name : ” .expand(“%”)

autocmd bufnewfile *.* exe “1,” . 10 . “g/Creation Date :.*/s//Creation Date : ” .strftime(“%m-%d-%Y”)

autocmd Bufwritepre,filewritepre *.* execute “normal ma”

autocmd Bufwritepre,filewritepre *.* exe “1,” . 10 . “g/Last Modified :.*/s//Last Modified : ” .strftime(“%c”)

autocmd bufwritepost,filewritepost *.* execute “normal `a”

 

Bad thing is if you have too much header, you are not able to add each time.

 

Finally I use current code with a header generator bash script, you only need send argument for filename and author, It could auto generate header file.

this is bash script

It still not perfect, cause each time first line will be empty line, but now it’s easy control.

Finally if you need download my vim env, you can download from kiyor.com/vim.tar.gz It already include ctags source code.

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