|6 years 2 months||Highlight the current line only if relevant
To be able to highlight the current line I must have enough colors
availables: ensure it before "set cursorline".
|6 years 2 months||Set background to "dark"
For some unknown reason, the line "colorscheme wombat256" resets the
background to "light". In the code there is no such command (there is
instead a "set background=dark"!?!).
|6 years 2 months||Update bundles|
|6 years 3 months||Add vimux keybindings|
|6 years 3 months||Include vimux in bundle/|
|6 years 3 months||Make vimrc compatible with vim < 7.3|
|6 years 8 months||Updated bundles|
|7 years 1 month||Disabled line numbering|
|7 years 3 months||Do not set transparency by default on gvim|
|7 years 3 months||Use latest vim-project features|
|7 years 3 months||Changed and updated vim-project bundle|
|7 years 3 months||Moved GUI stuff in gvimrc and added transparency|
|7 years 4 months||Updated bundles|
|7 years 4 months||Added wrap handling|
|7 years 5 months||doc: updated README|
|7 years 6 months||Updated bundles|
|7 years 10 months||Added default softtabstop|
|7 years 10 months||vimrc: enabled modeline|
|7 years 11 months||Changed xoria256 with vim-wombat
The xoria256 theme piddles with the TERM variable and barks every time
it is not set (or if is set to a non 256color value). I use a lot of
different PCs (locally and throught ssh), mainly ubuntu, debian and
archlinux, and noone has the TERM variable set: I'm freaking tired of
setting TERM variables.
The (new) wombat256 does not have this check and seems to not suffer
from the drawback of the original wombat theme (different scheme in text
terminal), so I'm giving it a try.
|8 years 2 months||Updated bunldes URI to use git scheme|
|8 years 2 months||Included matchit.zip plugin|
|8 years 2 months||Using the standard /tmp directory for swap files|
|8 years 2 months||mv README README.md to enforce markdown syntax|
|8 years 2 months||Added README|
|8 years 2 months||vimtodo automatically enabled for *.todo|