" s:Navigate Around Vim Comment Titles: (thanks kdlv!) " " The pattern matches lines like the one above (initial s: or S: is optional): " autocmd Filetype vim let b:pattern = '^[\s"]*"\s*\%([sS]:\|\h\w*#\)\=\u\w*\(\s\+\u\w*\)*:' autocmd Filetype vim nnoremap <buffer> ]v :call search(b:pattern, '')<cr> autocmd Filetype vim nnoremap <buffer> [v :call search(b:pattern, 'b')<cr>
Vimbits is an upvote-downvote site for vimrc tricks.
After my first few months in the vimverse, I got a little disheartened that the best way to find new ideas for vim customization seemed to be by crawling through other developers' vimrcs. Don't get me wrong- that was useful and educational, but I've found that by now, 99% of any given vimrc I've already seen.
Vimbits aims to break these down into discrete units that can be tagged, categorized, voted on and ranked. A newish vim user should be able to skim the 'Top' list and populate their vimrc from there.
Some ideas for after launch:
set hidden). These can be enshrined somewhere visible, but removed from the main 'top' page.