Vim 7.3 is out
Finally, the best text editor in the world, the greatest IDE and what e-mail lacks. This is if you troll.
But seriously, the release includes everything that was stated in the beta
- : write someotherfile no longer clears the modified flag from the buffer
- MacOS 9 support is no longer available.
- writing a file with the command : w! filename Now you will get an error if this file is already being edited in another file.
- for .tex files, filetype can now be set to plaintex, context or tex
- for some file types, indent settings have been moved from plugin to indent. So don't forget to do : filetype plugin indent on in your .vimrc
- 2html.vim now converts minimized blocks to HTML for display just like in the editor. The diff mode is also converted in the same way.
- Now with two help-windows running, if you do : q for one, VIM will not exit as before, but just close the window
- : put now will leave the cursor on the last inserted line
- Now the modified flag is assigned to the file after recovery, if it differs from the source file, this allows not to lose the changes on exit by : x or ZZ
- GTK1 drank
- Added support for netbeans in the terminal.
- Added a bunch of math functions
- Added a lot more for scripts
- CTRL and ALT modifiers work for the mouse wheel
- Clipboard support added in Mac console
- Bundle of new files for syntax. From significant (in my opinion): Haskell cabal build file, Perl 6, SVG, CUDA, Tcl
- Well, as usual, a lot of everything else is fixed.
- Relative number option showing line numbers relative to the current cursor position