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19 Apr 2012, 21:15
Richard More (7 posts)

Got the book. Looks good, but nothing on folding?

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19 Apr 2012, 21:16
Richard More (7 posts)

Nothing on pathogen either?

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19 Apr 2012, 21:24
Richard More (7 posts)

Only 1 mention ( in the footnotes Tip 101 ) about vim.org?

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19 Apr 2012, 21:30
Richard More (7 posts)

What about using the built-in online documentation?

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19 Apr 2012, 21:34
Richard More (7 posts)

What about dos vs unix fixes?

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20 Apr 2012, 03:18
Tanner Watson (6 posts)

Like any beta there are going to be problems and things missing.

Trust me, things are only going to get better. I wish all technical books were released this way.

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20 Apr 2012, 13:45
Richard More (7 posts)

Like any beta … and things missing.

Sure. I just hope these are “missing” items to be added before going to print. ;-)

Trust me, things are only going to get better. I wish all technical books were released this way.

Agreed.

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14 Sep 2012, 11:42
Morgan Prior (1 post)

Drew has covered Pathogen [1] previously on VimCasts. [1]: http://vimcasts.org/episodes/synchronizing-plugins-with-git-submodules-and-pathogen/

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21 Sep 2012, 17:17
Richard More (7 posts)

Yep. Thats how I found out about it before and why I was suprised it wasn’t in the book because I find Pathogen very useful.

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08 Aug 2014, 21:47
Johann Dahm (1 post)

Nothing on pathogen either?

From the Read Me section:

[…] I’ve tried to avoid recommending what should or should not go into your vimrc file. Instead, Practical Vim focuses on the core functionality of the editor […]

I agree. I consider Pathogen a (very nice) customization, but a customization nonetheless.

But yes, I think folding would be nice to include.

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