gqqwhich means reformat the current like, this let’s you do rewrapping properly particularly in README.md files
- Defeating auto indent. You need to do a CTRL-D to so back a shift width.
- I can never really remember the windowing stuff and normally just create a new window, but the basic command is
:spfor split and then CTRL-W move you to the next window and CTRL-W moves you back. Finally if you want to get rid of windows, the
:onlygets rid of all the other windows.
- This works well with the various buffers, you can see them with
:lsand then jump to buffer say 3 with
Then there are Python specific improvements:
- There are many Plugins and nearly too many
- You want to add these with vim-plug into your .vimrc and then you need to do a
:PlugInstallto actually get it
- I do think this ALE is pretty useful, although I use an existing linter, but it is nice that it runs async.