11 examples for vim
# Create a vim instance called SERV that can be remotely controlled. vim --servername SERV # Send .vimrc for the instance to edit. vim --servername SERV --remote ~/.vimrc # Send keys to the remote server telling it to quit vim --servername SERV --remote-send ":q
" # vim must be compiled with "clientserver". # This can easily be provided on Arch by installing the gvim package.
# Opens FILE in binary mode, so you can edit binary files with Vim vim -b FILE # Once you've opened it, you can type :%!xxd to run it through the xxd program, # giving you a hexedit like interface. :%!xxd -r will convert it back to binary