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Adrian's VIM Page
- Brief description of advantages of using VIM text editor. Included are links to other reference pages, latest syntax files I maintain for VIM, and VIM tips and tricks.
An Introduction to Display Editing with Vi
- An excellent paper written by the author of vi, Bill Joy
Aziz's page on vim
- Has some vim scripts including a file browser, tips mostly from vim mailing list and other miscellaneous stuff.
Dominique Vim Resources
- Syntax files and Vim tool for Internet Explorer.
Dr Chip's Vim Page
- Contains C and VimL code which helps editing with the ViM editor, including hints generation, text alignment, color schemes, network read/write, spell checking, etc.
Emacs for Vi users
- Basic equivalent emacs editor commands and operations for users of the vi editor.
Ian Donaldson's vi Site
- Get answers to vi questions here.
Keith Matthews' Guide to VI
- A PostScript summary of vi commands.
Lemmy - vi clone for Win95 & NT
- A vi clone which is nicely integrated with Windows. Created by James Iuliano and owned now by Software Online, Lemmy is a US$20 shareware editor.
Mastering the VI Editor
- A getting started guide for vi users.
- The Berkeley Vi (NVI) editor Home Page.
Parth's VIM Page
- Vim syntax files for Itanium (IA-64) processor assemblers.
Southern Methodist University's Vi Pages
- Several useful documents on how to use vi.
The Cult of vi
- A page of vi advocacy, links to other vi sites and an HTML version of Maarten Litmaath's very complete vi reference.
The Elvis Text Editor Homepage
- The homepage of a popular vi clone available on many operating systems.
The VI Lover's Page
- Mostly links plus brief info. Good overview covering: history, versions of vi, manuals, FAQs and other sites of interest.
The VI Pages - All About VI and its clones
- Maintained by Sven Guckes, this page includes useful and interesting information about vi and the various clones and versions available.
The VIM (Vi IMproved) Home Page
- THE page for VIM, perhaps the most popular vi clone. First reference point for vim information: versions, documentation, development, etc.
The ViPowered! logo
- A logo to use on web sites that are written and maintained with vi
The vi/ex Editor Tutorial
- A very good *advanced* tutorial for the vi/ex editor written by Walter A. Zintz first published in Unix World magazine.
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