Vim is an almost compatible version of the UNIX editor Vi. Many new features have been added: multi level undo, syntax highlighting, command line history, on-line help, filename completion, block operations, etc. There is also a Graphical User Interface (GUI) available. See doc/vi_diff.txt.
This editor is very useful for editing programs and other plain ASCII files. All commands are given with normal keyboard characters, so those who can type with ten fingers can work very fast. Additionally, function keys can be defined by the user, and the mouse can be used.
Vim currently runs under Amiga DOS, MS-DOS, MS-Windows 95/98/NT, Atari MiNT, Macintosh, BeOS, VMS, RISC OS, OS/2 and almost all flavours of UNIX. Porting to other systems should not be very difficult.
This T2 package optinally contains two binaries: vim - which is not linked against any X11 library (an so suited for server use), and gvim - the Gtk+ version (which needs X11 and Gtk+ to be executed ...).
Author: Bram Moolenaar <bram [at] vim [dot] org>
Maintainer: Rene Rebe <rene [at] t2-project [dot] org>
Maintainer: The T2 Project <t2 [at] t2-project [dot] org>
Remark: Dietlibc compatible.
Build time (on reference hardware): 95% (relative to binutils)2
Installed size (on reference hardware): 15.27 MB, 1057 files
Dependencies (build time detected): acl atk attr bash binutils bzip2 cairo cf coreutils ctags dbus diffutils expat findutils fontconfig freetype gawk gcc glib glibc glitz gnue-common gpm grep groff gtk+ imake inputproto kbproto less libdnet libelf libice libpng libsm libx11 libxau libxcursor libxdmcp libxext libxfixes libxi libxinerama libxpm libxrandr libxrender libxt linux-header make man man-pages ncurses net-tools numpy pango perl pil pkgconfig python renderproto ruby sed sysfiles tar wxpython xproto zlib zope
Installed files (on reference hardware): n.a.
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2) Compatible with Linux From Scratch's "Standard Build Unit" (SBU).