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[2015-12-29] The "Practical Vim" book by Drew Neil is now available in a second edition. The number of tips has increased from 100 to 123 and the text was updated for Vim 7.4. Another book from the Pragmatic Programmers is "The VimL Primer". You can find more information and links to Amazon on this page. (Bram Moolenaar)

Vim calendar for 2016

[2015-12-17] This is the one and only Vim desktop calendar. Find the PDF files here (Bram Moolenaar)

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  Recent Script Updates  5,265 scripts, 11,072,640 downloads 
[2016-05-01]  vim-diction : Write better with vim-diction - find frequently misused, bad or wordy diction
(4) Version: 4 Add unit tests Works over newlines in code comments To Dos: * Allow ranges to check for bad diction - Nelo-T. Wallus
[2016-04-30]  Merginal : Fugitive extention to manage and merge Git branches
(2.0.1) * Add the missing open-conflicted-file command from v1 * Fix the way filtering works in history log - Idan Arye
[2016-04-30]  pgsql : The best PostgreSQL plugin for Vim!
(1.1.0) More keywords, a few bug fixes. - Lifepillar
[2016-04-30]  mirror.vim : Efficient way to edit remote files on multiple environments
(1.2.0) * Add support for nvim job control for MirrorPush and MirrorPull command - Alexander Tsygankov
[2016-04-29]  Scalpel : Fast within-file word replacement for Vim
(0.1) Initial upload - Greg Hurrell
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