Name: [9521] Justin Lilly
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Vim: Code Folding [ID:864] (7/7)

in series: An Introduction to Vim Macros

video tutorial by Justin Lilly, added 09/08

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This is likely the last in my series of vim screencasts. I hope you found them useful. This particular installment goes over how code folding works in vim.

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Excellent tutorial I guess the zm and zr would be also used on something like vimdiff. I wonder if there is any content relevant to debugging within vim.


13. anonymous Tue, 29 Sep 2009 11:22

Tanks for the quick tips.


Great Work. This is very helpful. Thanks.


11. anonymous Fri, 04 Sep 2009 00:00

cool!


10. anonymous Tue, 25 Aug 2009 03:01

Hi Justin,

Just wanted to thank you for the excellent screencasts. They were all very helpful. Especially the code folding one and a few where you talked about navigation.

Thanks man!


9. anonymous Fri, 07 Aug 2009 21:03

great tutorial! short and effective


8. anonymous Fri, 07 Aug 2009 11:57

great tutorial! short and effective


7. anonymous Wed, 17 Jun 2009 19:03

Very nice video tutorial, thank you...


6. anonymous Sat, 23 May 2009 11:32

thanks! very helpful! I missed something, because if I do :zo I get "zo not a command"


5. anonymous Sat, 07 Feb 2009 20:22

I code in a language in which "do" and "end" play the same role as open brace i.e., "{" and }close brace "}" does in C, like this:

if i=1 the do;

x=x+1;

end;

I want my fold to start on a line containing the do and finish at its corresponding end. Is there anyway to do it.


4. anonymous Wed, 29 Oct 2008 00:32

Thanks for your screencast.

Vim has a lot of great documentation (dare I say that it's *too* detailed sometimes).

Your simple presentation helped me to use code-folding, and I've never liked code folding in the IDEs because of all the clicking you have to do. With Vim, it's easy to open/close folding, as well as jump from one fold to the other.


another indispensable video - I recently had to work without code-folding and boy did I miss it on those 500+ line code-files.

Thanks a lot for these videos Justin. We're improving the front-page in the next few weeks and will have a vim icon pointing straight here. I really hope these vids stimulate the production of more but these are a great start point for developing vim-fu.


The ShowMeDo Robot says - this video is now published, thanks for adding to ShowMeDo.


yes. zA is what i use to explore fold.

and i began to use tabs. i find it usefull to explore many files. if you want want to amke i screen cast on that


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