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Vim remembers the locations where changes occurred. Each position (column
number, line number) is recorded in a change list, and each buffer has a
*change.txt* For Vim version 7.3. Last change: 2011 Feb 25 VIM REFERENCE
MANUAL by Bram Moolenaar This file describes commands that delete or ...
Vim supports standard undo and redo, and also supports undo branches which
allow you to undo some changes, then make a new change, while keeping all ...
Vim provides the (substitute) command for search and replace; this tip shows ...
The g flag means global – each occurrence in the line is changed, rather than ...
To undo recent changes, use the undo command: u : undo last ... be undone.
Using undo branches, which explains Vim's unique and very powerful undo tree.
MS Windows: By default Vim calculates the HOME directory as %HOMEDIR%%
HOMEPATH% . If this is not the location you want, make sure HOME exists and ...
In gvim, you can change the font using the Edit menu, Select Font. An alternative
is to enter...
Normally, typing edit on a Unix system brings up the vi editor and not Vim. If you'
ve ... If you've installed vim with another name (say, vim.exe) then change ...
The most notable being that a gvimrc file is sourced when using the :gui
command to change a vim session into a gvim session. Anything that was in the
description. Show changes made to current buffer since the last save. This plugin
is based from an example in the Hacking Vim book. The differences are that ...