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I’ve open sourced and hosted my VIM configuration on github. It’s configured to work more like an IDE and less like a text editor. With features like file browsing and listings of classes, functions/methods, and variables/properties, it does a pretty good job! I mostly run this setup with MacVIM, but it runs fine in other operating systems with a small amount of tweaking.

Browse my VIM PHP IDE configuration files!

Thomas Hunter II

Thomas is passionate about technology and building products. A web design business created while attending college slowly evolved into a brick and mortar on Main St. of his small Midwestern hometown. His desire for fame and fortune led to the co-founding of a Y Combinator startup and a life in California.

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  • Loy

    The project on the github,that “git module update” can’t work

  • Loy

    Sorry!
    “git submodule update” can’t work.
    the error info is
    “Submodule ‘bundle/colorschemes’ (git@github.com:flazz/vim-colorschemes.git) registered for path ‘bundle/colorschemes’
    Submodule ‘bundle/command-t’ (git://github.com/wincent/Command-T.git) registered for path ‘bundle/command-t’
    Submodule ‘bundle/phpcomplete’ (git://github.com/shawncplus/phpcomplete.vim.git) registered for path ‘bundle/phpcomplete’
    Submodule ‘bundle/tagbar’ (git://github.com/majutsushi/tagbar.git) registered for path ‘bundle/tagbar’
    No submodule mapping found in .gitmodules for path ‘bundle/tlib_vim'”