@dirkr I switched to emacs by using spacemacs in vim-mode. After some time I really started to love the emacs packages. Spacemacs helps a lot.
@Malrak I‘ll think about it! I am so used to use him, as it is so ubiquious. I will try spacevim at first and maybe will even try emacs/spacemacs (after a 20 years break ;)
@rhizoet thanks for the link!
After posting the poll I also encountered, that my options are quiet outdated. I used them before I created my own config. I will try your recommendation.
@dirkr My VIM config is 1 page long, mainly fixes indention that I need for system administration, and enables features. Every plugin means I have to distribute that across all my servers.
@zem Mine is quiet longer. ;)
Mainly it‘s filetype plugins, a theme and some plugins to make I’m IDE like.
I have a dotfiles repo that helps to distribute the config (also tonic, Usher, git, etc. ) across many servers. It works, just the vim config is sub-optimal.
@malte I‘ll tell you about any progress in this case :)
is it a workable .vimrc and plugins?
I'd say just start from scratch and only add things that you really need for the 80-90% of your tasks
1) use default vim settings instead of plugins when possible (like a good statusline, netrw)
2) set relativenumber " relative line numbers
3) use persistent undo
4) watch/implement https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XA2WjJbmmoM
5) USE #vim as an editor, not as a tweaking object
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