During the Geekcamp in SG last year, there was a presentation on VIM . One of the attendees thought it would be cool if developers could just do "bundle install" to install VIM plugins.

It's great to know there's vundle now which allows us to install plugins using ":BundleInstall."

Set up:

git clone https://github.com/gmarik/vundle.git ~/.vim/bundle/vundle

Read the rest of the documentation on github.

I created a new repository dotfiles and committed my vimrc file there if anybody is interested.

I use Dropbox so I am pretty sure my vimrc and gvimrc file for Macs I use are the same.

You may have to move the themes from vim-theme-pack to ~/.vim/colors to get some themes working. You can preview themes on MacVim and just change "lucius" to something else.

Here's a preview:

NERD_tree_3 - (/Volumes/KATZMACPC/www/bench) - VIM
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