An advanced Vim emulation layer for Sublime Text (Vintageous fork).
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An advanced Vim emulation layer for Sublime Text.
Neovintageous is a project that seeks to continue the development of the discontinued Vintageous as an open source project.
- Open source
- Highly configurable
- Plugins out-of-the-box
- Strong defaults
- Drop-in replacement for Vintageous
- Integrates with GitGutter, SublimeLinter and Origami
Package Control installation
The preferred method of installation is Package Control.
Close Sublime Text, then download or clone this repository to a directory named
NeoVintageous in the Sublime Text Packages directory for your platform:
git clone https://github.com/NeoVintageous/NeoVintageous.git ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages/NeoVintageous
git clone https://github.com/NeoVintageous/NeoVintageous.git ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages/NeoVintageous
git clone https://github.com/NeoVintageous/NeoVintageous.git %APPDATA%\Sublime/ Text/ 3/Packages/NeoVintageous
Neovintageous is an emulation of Vim: feature-parity is an ongoing effort. See the
:help neovintageous command to learn about the differences.
Vim's documentation system is accessible via the
:help command, and is an extensive cross-referenced and hyperlinked reference. It's kept up-to-date with the software and can answer almost any question about Vim's functionality. An up-to-date version of Vim help, with hyperlinks, can be found on appspot.
The UnitTesting package is used to run the tests. Install it, open the Command Palette, type “UnitTesting”, press Enter and input “NeoVintageous” as the package to test.
The Sublime Text startup log can be found in the console:
Menu > View > Show Console.
Command and input logging can be enabled from the console:
sublime.log_commands(True); sublime.log_input(True) (run the commands in input box at the bottom of the console panel via
Menu > View > Show Console). Other logging such as regex results, indexing, and build systems can be enabled too:
sublime.log_result_regex(True); sublime.log_indexing(True); sublime.log_build_systems(True).
Neovintageous debug messages are disabled by default. You can enable them by setting an environment variable named
SUBLIME_NEOVINTAGEOUS_DEBUG to a non-blank value. See set a Sublime Text environment variable for a step by step guide on how to set environment variables for Sublime Text. The debug log is located at
Packages/User/NeoVintageous.log. Debug messages are also printed to the console:
Menu > View > Show Console.
Reverting to a freshly installed state
- Reverting to a freshly installed state (Sublime Text Documentation)
- Reverting Sublime Text to its default configuration (Unofficial Sublime Text Documentation)
For Linux and OSX this script can be used to clean caches, indexes, workspaces, sessions, etc. Note that cleaning and reverting are two different things, reverting will remove installed packages and configurations, whereas cleaning will only remove files generated by Sublime Text at runtime like caches, indexes, workspaces, sessions, etc.
Neovintageous is a fork of the discontinued Vintageous.
Released under the MIT License.