re: Finally switching to vim VIEW POST

re: I confirm that VIM plugin is a good way to go if you want the best of both worlds power of VIM and IDEs. Doing this for over a year with Visual Stu...

Do you have a special list of plugins for working with Visual Studio ?

I use VsVim for Visual Studio. No other plugins.

How does your crafted .vimrc work within Visual Studio ? Did you need to make any curious adjustment ?

I have separate configs for vim (_vimrc) and VsVIM (.vimrc) because VsVIM does not support all of the vim features. Both files are placed in default vim installation directory at C:\Program Files (x86)\Vim. VSVim picks it up automatically when you load visual studio. There is also a manual way to load it just type :s {path to your .vimrc}

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