On Linux systems, packaged Vim typically has only one of either python or python3 enabled. It is possible for both to be enabled (using python/dyn and python3/dyn), but during a session, only one can ...
It seems to me that neither "+p nor "*p works for me. How can I know if my Vim is installed and set up properly to make them available? And if it's not set up, what can I do to set it up?
I'm running ...
When I click on a link in thunderbird and firefox is already running, it doesn't open a new window, just a new tab.
I want the same thing for vim: no matter where I am and how I send a bunch of files ...
I just downloaded and installed vim-addon-manager using sudo apt-get install. I'm not sure what to do next, I entered vim-addon-manager at the bash prompt (Ubuntu 14.04). Here is the output:
Imagine I have a file as follows,
I know simple regex such as
To search two numbers
To search repeated numbers
When running gvim on my RedHat:
Linux trex-06 3.10.0-514.el7.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Oct 19 11:24:13 EDT 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
NAME="Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server"