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David Barnett
@dbarnett
This activity feed is pretty nice. I set it up to track all of our repositories (ones owned by https://github.com/orgs/google/teams/vim)
Nate Fischer
@nfischer
Nice!
Bob
@xanderman
I am completely baffled by the activity stream. It tracks several repositories, but doesn't tell me which one a given entry refers to. I see two different references to changes "on master", which are from different repos, but I can't tell which without clicking them.
David Barnett
@dbarnett
@xanderman I sent a support request to Gitter Support about not having repo names in the activity feed.
David Barnett
@dbarnett
@xanderman Gitter support pointed me to existing feature request gitterHQ/gitter#141 for displaying actual repo name.
dasdcs1
@dasdcs1
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Arch Master
@arch-master
Google made Vim?
(Stupid question.)
But really?!
David Barnett
@dbarnett
nope. are you asking because the channel name here says "google/vim"?
@arch-master
David Barnett
@dbarnett
There is no "google/vim" GitHub repo, this channel is associated with all the vim-related repos managed by https://github.com/orgs/google/teams/vim (all Google employees but maintaining them as a side project not affiliated with Google)
which reminds me, we have a few new/renamed repos like github.com/bazelbuild/vim-bazel and github.com/bazelbuild/vim-ft-bzl that haven't been associated here…
Arch Master
@arch-master
@dbarnett thanks.
artingharibi@users.noreply.github.com
@artingharibi
Hello-world
ric026
@ric026
Gabung
Lucian Daniel Crisan
@crisanlucid
hello google/vim
Shion
@ShionAt
I shamelessly show ShionKeys to everyone
https://vimeo.com/250953988
Vyacheslav
@alexeevit
hi there
Donny Yan
@yanwenjun98
hello world
switzbug
@switzbug
hello
Blake Link
@blakelinkd_twitter
guys looking to set up VIM for rails development, can someone point me in the right direction?
cphoover
@cphoover
Anyone know why I would have to manually source a ~/.vimrc file for it to take place? I just installed typescript syntax plugin using Vundle.. But syntax highlighting doesn't take effect on *.ts(x) files until I run :source ~/.vimrc . I'm wondering if it's loading a different .vimrc that takes precedence in the load order.
cphoover
@cphoover
$VIMINIT is empty
S
@SRGOM
I have a long paragraph which is automatically linebreaked by vim (:set linebreak). What if I want a to automatically insert a \n at every linebreak?
I can come up with a macro but I don't think it will cover all the casers.
right now I'm doing a g$s<CR><ESC> repeatedly. It breaks when the last char is not a space.
Shady Alfred
@ShadyAlfred
I have a problem with linespace in gVim on Windows. It only adds the sapce at the bottom
line padding