Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

File encoding(s) such as ASCII, ISO-8859, UTF-8, etc.
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Questions where working on more than one line is a relevant aspect. In most cases that means repeating the same command(s) over several lines. – Related: the [repeated-commands] tag
57 questions
The program that will be run when the `:make` command is executed.
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Questions about the different options that vim can take from the shell and the different commands to start the editor.
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Vim stores changes made to a buffer on disk to a swap file, so that any unsaved changes can be recovered in case of a crash.
57 questions
Questions about the usage of the Vim's path variable. this variable lists the directories which will be searched with commands like `gf`, [f, ]f, ^Wf, `:find`, `:sfind`, `:tabfind`
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For questions pertaining to Time Pope's Git wrapper for Vim.
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Alignment is the organization of content elements by tokens/symbols and/or by column or line locations.
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Lua programming interface to Vim. DO NOT use for questions with Lua examples or about syntax highlighting in Lua.
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Questions about the use of Vim as an integrated development environment for programming
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Question about plugin fzf which provides fuzzy file and buffer browsing based of fzf.
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Questions about the Vimwiki plugin which allows a personal wiki to be created within vim. The wiki content comes from interlinked text files written in a wiki syntax.
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for questions about exiting vim.
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Questions about the c file type.
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For questions specifically about usage of Vim version 8.
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Questions about the javascript file type
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Questions about how Vim records the commands issues by the user and how to customize this behavior.
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Vim's "count" feature allows you to multiply or iterate a command by passing it an optional number. Questions about counting things should use the "counting" tag instead.
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for questions about creating your own operator within vim.
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Automatically check for syntax or formatting errors.
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Vim command for sorting a set of lines.
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Question about text object motions
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Questions about interaction with the desktop windowing environment. For questions about windows for viewing buffers within Vim, use [vim-windows].
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Questions about the manipulation of the jump list. The jump list remembers the previous jumps and allows the user to navigate in the buffer to the location of the previous modifications.
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