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Entry 4: Time to branch my generic Vim setup

Topic: Vim As My IDE   

Tags:  IDE   SoftwareDev   Vim   

Created on Wed, 28 Aug 2013.
Last Modified on Thu, 29 Aug 2013.

Since my last post, I've been trying different programming languages, and different vim modules & settings to accomodate those. I currently have a generic vim setup, which is getting mixed up as I switch between different 'modes' of development.

Coming soon, I'll create different vim profiles so that I can easily switch between the different 'mode' I'm in.

For each mode, I'll make a new git repository, define custom code snippets for autocompletion and pick focused modules.

I am going to need a way to easily switch between these profiles on my computer as well.

PLEASE let me know if I'm doing something wrong, or if you have any suggestions or requests~

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