Adding a Little Cream to (g)Vim
May 17, 2007, 07:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Scott Nesbitt)
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"Even though I'm a die-hard Emacs user, there are times when I
have to use the vi editor--specifically gVim, the graphical face of
the popular vi clone Vim. Since I use gVim so infrequently, I don't
readily remember many of the editor's basic commands. Either I
muddle through or reach for my well-thumbed copy of the vi Editor
Pocket Reference. That was until I discovered Cream. With Cream,
gVim becomes an easy-to-use editor--so easy, in fact, you might not
believe that you're using vi.
"Cream is a set of scripts and add-ons that sit on top of gVim.
Cream doesn't change the appearance of gVim, but it does change the
way it behaves..."