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Level up VIM skills

Over two years I’ve been using VIM as the main development tool. From plugin for Visual Studio to complete IDE for JS and Go projects. In this post, I’m going to level up your VIM experience by sharing my best practices, most used hotkeys and awesome plugins. 1,187 more words


Python source file vim editing indent

When editing Python source file in vim, we may want to use tab to add indent. Below shows how to use vim autocommand to add the indent automatically for*py, *pyw, *.c and *.h files. 242 more words


Wallaby's Nightmare - Walkthrough

This segment of my Vulnhub series covers my walkthrough for the “Wallaby’s Nightmare (v1.0.2)” game.

Finding Host and uncover services

As always, I began finding the address of the game: 1,004 more words


Maintain Color-Coded TODO Lists in Vim

Many Vim enthusiasts use Vim for pretty much all text manipulation in their daily lives. However, the plain text nature of this fantastic and powerful editor sometimes leaves a little left to be desired. 333 more words

Practical Stuff

FindDay #1

Every Friday I share the five coolest things I’ve found on the web in the last week.

1 – MP Select Mini RAMPS Upgrade

http://www.instructables.com/id/Replace-Monoprice-Select-Mini-Controller-With-Ardu/ 477 more words

3d Printing

neovim: macos tmux and netrw/vinegar clipboard errors

So it looks like MacOS Sierra broke pbcopy/pbpaste for tmux. This manifests as clipboard errors when using netrw/vinegar in neovim under tmux. (Dunno why netrw is writing to the clipboard but anyways). 38 more words


vim: render plantuml

When using the plugin plantuml-syntax, add the following one-liner in .vimrc to render a PNG in the current directory when ‹leader›e is pressed:

autocmd FileType plantuml nnoremap  e :!java -jar ~/bin/plantuml.jar -o %:p:h % 27 more words