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Initial Settings : Vim Settings2022/04/25

Configure Vim that is more convenience than vi.
[1] Install and Configure Vim.
The example below applys to a user specific setting.
If you'd like to applly System wide, Write the same settings in [/etc/vim/vimrc].
apt -y install vim
vi ~/.vimrc
" use extended feature of vim (no compatible with vi)
set nocompatible

" specify encoding
set encoding=utf-8

" specify file encoding
set fileencodings=utf-8,iso-2022-jp,sjis,euc-jp

" specify file formats
set fileformats=unix,dos

" take backup
" if not, specify [ set nobackup ]
set backup

" specify backup directory
set backupdir=~/backup

" number of search histories
set history=50

" ignore Case
set ignorecase

" distinct Capital if you mix it in search words
set smartcase

" highlights matched words
" if not, specify [ set nohlsearch ]
set hlsearch

" use incremental search
" if not, specify [ set noincsearch ]
set incsearch " show line number " if not, specify [ set nonumber ] set number " visualize break ( $ ) or tab ( ^I ) set list " highlights parentheses set showmatch " not insert LF at the end of file set binary noeol " enable auto indent " if not, specify [ noautoindent ] set autoindent " show color display " if not, specify [ syntax off ] syntax on " change colors for comments if it's set [ syntax on ] highlight Comment ctermfg=LightCyan " wrap lines " if not, specify [ set nowrap ] set wrap
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