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[http://www.vim.org/ Vim the editor] is one of the most famous text editors in the hacker programming universe. It has a plenty of extensible (script-based) capabilities and very comfortable shortcuts that makes the programmer the fastest gun of the old west. (I can imagine Vim in front of Emacs on a desert city, Vim's shot is much faster!). In this page you'll learn some tips to better adapt Vim for GNU Octave programming.
 
[http://www.vim.org/ Vim the editor] is one of the most famous text editors in the hacker programming universe. It has a plenty of extensible (script-based) capabilities and very comfortable shortcuts that makes the programmer the fastest gun of the old west. (I can imagine Vim in front of Emacs on a desert city, Vim's shot is much faster!). In this page you'll learn some tips to better adapt Vim for GNU Octave programming.
  
If you aren't familiar with Vim script language, you can also use [http://brainacle.com/how-to-write-vim-plugins-with-python.html Python to write Vim plugins]. If you do some for GNU Octave, please let us know.
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If you aren't familiar with Vim script language, you can also use [http://brainacle.com/how-to-write-vim-plugins-with-python.html Python to write Vim plugins]. If you do some for GNU Octave, please let us now.
  
 
== Vim as the default editor ==
 
== Vim as the default editor ==

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