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A More Informative Status Line for Vim

Nov 05, 2007, 05:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Kim Schulz)

"At the bottom of the Vim editor, you will find two things: the command-line buffer (where you can input commands) and the status line. In the default configuration, Vim has a simple and non-informative status line, but you can make the status line a lot more informative with simple methods.

"To the right, the default status line shows the number of the current row and column and to the left it shows name of the file currently open (if any)..."

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