The first two are very useful, if you kill bugs for a living (read debugging freak).- NERDCommenter
‘NERDs use real editors (VIM ;) Flame flame…) and Comment their code’. This plugin helps comment code in almost all languages you program in. The way: select ‘n’ lines in visual mode(or punch in a number in normal mode), use ‘,cc’ for normal commenting of that code. ‘,cu’ will uncomment the lines. ‘,c\<Space>’ will toggle the comment status. ‘,cs’ does magic, try it! - Taglist
</p> This is your friend for browsing those 1000x lines of legacy code. All it does is: creates a split window and shows the macros, functions, variables etc.. You can C-w (ctrl+w) to the split window and start jumping through the code. Ofcourse, I agree with the die hard ctags fans. CTags is the ultimate thingy! I prefer not using my best weapon(ctags -R \*.cs) against a single progam.cs which has damn 3000 lines of code (its reality! spare me, I din't write that program :)). So here's how to bring down the taglist to single key: `! put this in .vimrc/_vimrc ` ! press \\tt to toggle taglist on/off in normal mode <p> nmap \<Leader\>tt :TlistToggle\<cr\></code>
dimension to your source
code. First time you create the file, add these:
Created: 18/01/2015, 14:59:08 IST
Last Modified: TIMESTAMP
Rest assured for the life of that file. Every time you save the file, Last Modified will get updated. For those lazy guys, this is a tool to measure your level of procrastination.