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 No.1539

New to linux and vim, and already love the idea of using vim's syntax for controlling my programs. I would like to use it as an IDE, speficially for C/C++ and Python. There's so many ways to do it, with plugins I just want what's best.

Any tutorials on the best way to make vim an IDE?

 No.1543

Check out Luke Smith's video walkthrough on this very subject, alice
https://youtu.be/Q4I_Ft-VLAg

 No.1611

I'm just learning to program, so I wouldn't know if it's the best way, but I configured my vim for Python according to this guide here:
https://realpython.com/blog/python/vim-and-python-a-match-made-in-heaven/#auto-complete
I'm still having a little trouble with the auto-indentation, but besides that it's working great as far as my capacities can judge.

 No.1618

>>1611
I've used the same guide to configure vim and it's working good so far.

For other languages I usually look up a 'styleguide' on how to write the code and then edit my config according to that, vim is a lot of fun and I should have used it a lot sooner, I'm glad you're starting with it



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