Vi IMproved

Edit Package vim

Vim (Vi IMproved) is an almost compatible version of the UNIX editor
vi. Almost every possible command can be performed using only ASCII
characters. Only the 'Q' command is missing (you do not need it). Many
new features have been added: multilevel undo, command line history,
file name completion, block operations, and editing of binary data.

Vi is available for the AMIGA, MS-DOS, Windows NT, and various versions
of UNIX.

For SUSE Linux, Vim is used as /usr/bin/vi.

Package vim contains the normal version of vim. To get the full runtime
environment install additionally vim-data.

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Filename Size Changed
README.Japanese-XIM 0000000788 788 Bytes
_service 0000000482 482 Bytes
apparmor.vim 0000025197 24.6 KB
gvim.desktop 0000000444 444 Bytes
gvim.svg 0000009566 9.34 KB
missing-vim-client 0000000143 143 Bytes
spec.skeleton 0000001150 1.12 KB
suse.gvimrc 0000006048 5.91 KB
suse.vimrc 0000008005 7.82 KB
vim-7.1.314-CVE-2009-0316-debian.patch 0000001740 1.7 KB
vim-7.3-diff_check.patch 0000002750 2.69 KB
vim-7.3-filetype_changes.patch 0000002130 2.08 KB
vim-7.3-filetype_ftl.patch 0000002044 2 KB
vim-7.3-filetype_spec.patch 0000003746 3.66 KB
vim-7.3-gvimrc_fontset.patch 0000001115 1.09 KB
vim-7.3-help_tags.patch 0000000610 610 Bytes
vim-7.3-mktemp_tutor.patch 0000000564 564 Bytes
vim-7.3-name_vimrc.patch 0000000551 551 Bytes
vim-7.3-sh_is_bash.patch 0000000555 555 Bytes
vim-7.3-use_awk.patch 0000000328 328 Bytes
vim-7.4-disable_lang_no.patch 0000000488 488 Bytes
vim-7.4-filetype_apparmor.patch 0000000540 540 Bytes
vim-7.4-filetype_mine.patch 0000000671 671 Bytes
vim-7.4-highlight_fstab.patch 0000003286 3.21 KB
vim-7.4-rpmlintrc 0000000168 168 Bytes
vim-7.4.461.hg.6253.tar.xz 0007742068 7.38 MB
vim.changes 0000114298 112 KB
vim.spec 0000016272 15.9 KB
vim132 0000000273 273 Bytes
vim73-no-static-libpython.patch 0000000674 674 Bytes
vimrc_example1 0000005183 5.06 KB
vimrc_example2 0000056408 55.1 KB
vitmp.1 0000001096 1.07 KB
vitmp.c 0000000823 823 Bytes
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