[Python-il] [OSDClub Meeting] Vim Tips and Tricks on 15-June-2008 in Tel Aviv University

Shlomi Fish shlomif at iglu.org.il
Thu May 29 15:47:04 IDT 2008

The Joint Tel Aviv OSDClub (Open Source Developers' Club, which comprises of 
Perl-IL, the Tel Aviv Linux Club and possibly other clubs) will hold a 
meeting on Sunday, 15-June-2008 about "Vim Tips and Tricks".

The meeting will take place at Tel Aviv University, at the Schreiber Math&CS 
building, room 008 on 18:30. So mark your calendars.

The meeting's topic:

Vim ( http://www.vim.org/ ) is a popular programmers' text editor that runs on 
UNIXes and on many other platforms. It is incredibly feature-rich, 
well-documented, has powerful scripting and automation capabilities, and 
allows very fast editing. 

Originally based on the Unix "vi" editor, Vim can now emulate other Editing 
conventions such as Win32, or Emacs, and due to its many features can no 
longer be considered a run-of-the-mill vi "clone".

The purpose of the meeting is to share tips and tricks for Vim. Bringing 
laptops, disk-on-keys, etc. would be encouraged, and we will keep a protocol 
of what we've learned.


For more information don't hesistate to contact the coordinator:



	Shlomi Fish

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