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Questions about interaction with the desktop windowing environment. For questions about windows for viewing buffers within Vim, use [vim-windows].
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".
questions regarding finding and opening (loading) files
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…
Questions about the usage of the pathogen plugin.
Intellisense engine for vim8 & neovim, full language server protocol support as VSCode
Questions about :command and how the user can define custom commands.
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.
An annotation at the beginning or end of a text document to configure the editor for that document
a community-driven vim distribution
Question about the usage of the option cursorline
Questions about editing non-text files.
Questions about editing prose (sentences and paragraphs)
Questions about general use of plugins managers.
For questions about staying secure while using vim
Vim's package system
a client library and minimalistic GUI (QT5) for neovim.
A faster alternative for grep; usually installed as the 'ag' command.
The X Window System (often just called X11) provides graphics on Unix-like systems.