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.

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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 editing prose (sentences and paragraphs)
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For questions about staying secure while using vim
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Questions about editing non-text files.
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Questions about the usage of the pathogen plugin.
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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.
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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…
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a community-driven vim distribution
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Question about the usage of the option cursorline
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Questions about :command and how the user can define custom commands.
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A faster alternative for grep; usually installed as the 'ag' command.
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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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Unix version of Vim.
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Questions about general use of plugins managers.
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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.
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An annotation at the beginning or end of a text document to configure the editor for that document
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For questions specific to using vim on the Debian operating system. Note that unless your question is specific to Debian, you should use the more general "Linux" tag
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Cscope allows more powerful examination of C code than c-tags. Vim has builtin support for using the cscope utility as a tags source.
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Questions about moving, deleting, or opening files; or about the difference between a buffer and its file. For topics such as saving files, use the buffers tag instead.
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The X Window System (often just called X11) provides graphics on Unix-like systems.
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Allow placement of a 'sign' in the left-hand side of the window and definition of a highlight which will be applied to that line.
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Vim's package system
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sequences of characters that are included in the 'iskeyword' option. They are commonly referred to as word.