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specific to the original vi written by Bill Joy in the '70's for 1BSD, which was open sourced in 2002. It is sometimes also called "traditional vi" or "2BSD vi".
The clientserver feature allows Vim to accept & execute commands from another process.
Question about the usage of Vim in a cygwin environment.
Vim command for sorting a set of lines.
Questions about interaction with the desktop windowing environment. For questions about windows for viewing buffers within Vim, use [vim-windows].
questions regarding finding and opening (loading) files
a community-driven vim distribution
Questions about the usage and the manipulation of the argument list. The argument list is the list of file names you give when starting Vim.
Questions about editing non-text files.
Questions about the usage of the pathogen plugin.
Questions about :command and how the user can define custom commands.
Question about the usage of the option cursorline
If you exit `vim` and later start it again, you would normally lose a lot of information. The `viminfo` file can be used to remember that information, which enables you to continue where you left off…
Vim's package system
a client library and minimalistic GUI (QT5) for neovim.
Questions about how to count the number of occurrences of something. Questions about the Vim feature that repeats commands should use the 'count' tag instead.