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Re: vim

From: Neil Thornock
Subject: Re: vim
Date: Fri, 3 Dec 2010 12:20:08 -0500

Absolute dittos.  The keymapping is great -- even just typical things
I would otherwise type, like time signatures.  Personally I don't like
syntax coloring -- I turned it off ages ago.  But vim rocks with

On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 10:58 AM, michael webster <address@hidden> wrote:
> in recent comments folks have discouraged vim - I have learned vim (MacVim)
> specifically for Lilypond use and have found it terrific.
> I have mapped commands to send to lilypond and view pdf or open midi output
> in Quicktime player.
> The syntax coloring is a pain to install but works. vims capabilities (eg
> finding other instances of text the cursor is on, folding, navigation) and
> plugins (snippets, alignment) are super useful in a Lilypond context.
> So I just wanted to encourage anyone who is serious about longer projects to
> consider vim - like Lilypond it has a steep learning curve but you can be
> very productive once you have it going.
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Neil Thornock, D.M.
The recent BYU Symphony Orchestra performance of Plutoids:
Assistant Professor of Music
Brigham Young University

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