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Tobias Schlitt's Blog:
Comfortable PHP editing with VIM -5-
August 23, 2006 @ 09:55:06

Tobias Schlitt has picked by up his "comfortable PHP editing in VIM" series today with this lengthy post with loads of helpful VIM tips to share with PHP developers everywhere.

More than a half year after my last "Comfortable PHP editing with VIM" post, I take up this series again, although I decided to let it die in January. Sadly I did not find any time by now, to extend PDV (the PHP Documentor for VIM plugin) further than it's version 1.0.1, which is available through vim.org and on my SVN. Anyway, I collected a lot of (at least for me) helpful VIM tips, which I'd like to share here

The post contains tons of tips on subjects such as:

  • Find matching brace
  • Indenting and unindeting
  • Emergency help
  • Macros
and many more. For each subject, there's an explaination of a situation you might need it in and, of course, the tip itself. He also links to the earlier parts of the series (one through four) for those wanting to catch up.

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