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Vintageous

by guillermooo ST3

Vi/Vim emulation for Sublime Text 3

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Installs

  • Total 25K
  • Win 8K
  • OS X 11K
  • Linux 6K
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OS X 3 21 23 18 25 23 37 15 22 30 30 36 31 28 15 13 20 40 32 24 34 18 22 31 32 40 36 29 17 16 24 25 35 41 27 19 22 25 25 36 43 33 24 17 25 43
Linux 2 10 8 19 13 12 10 6 4 11 15 10 16 19 12 10 20 13 13 19 13 15 14 15 10 18 15 15 5 11 11 16 18 17 18 12 8 15 17 20 14 12 8 11 18 15

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Vintageous

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Vintageous is a comprehensive vi/Vim emulation layer for Sublime Text 3.

Installing

Make sure that Vintage is in the ignored_packages list in your user preferences.

You can install Vintageous in multiple ways:

Using Package Control

Search for 'Vintageous' and install.

Using a Pre-built Version
  1. Download the current build
  2. Copy Vintageous.sublime-package to the Installed Packages folder located under the data directory.
Building from Source
  1. Clone this repository
  2. Optionally, update to a specific tag
  3. Run ./bin/build.sh (OS X/Linux) or bin/Publish.ps1 (Windows).

Refer to the wiki for more information.

Documentation

Refer to the wiki.

Settings

See Vintageous/Preferences.sublime-settings for a comprehensive list of settings.