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 My VIM config
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+=============
 
 This file contains the Vim settings I use for Python
 development.
 
 CONTENTS
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+--------
 
-    * python_pydiction.vim -- module and keyword completion for python
+    * pathogen -- VIM package manager
+
+Requiring pathogen:
+    * gundo -- VIM undo history tree navigation plugin
+    * threesome -- turns VIM into a friendly merge tool
+    * vim-haml -- HAML, SASS and SCSS editing support (syntax, indent, ...)
+    * markdown -- Markdown editing support
+
+Colors:
     * colors/molokai.vim -- a nice dark theme
     * colors/xoria256.vim -- another nice 256-color dark theme
+
+Tidy:
     * extrawhite.vim -- highlight trailing whitespace
-    * pathogen -- VIM package manager
+
+Python stuff:
     * pep8.vim -- check for pep8 violations
-    * pyflakes.vim -- check with pyflakes
-    * python_open_module.vim -- open Python modules under cursor
-      * It's quite buggy, haven't yet got it to work properly for me
+    * pydoc.vim -- python stdlib docs in Vim help format
+    * pyflakes.vim -- check Python code with pyflakes
+    * python_ipdb.vim -- set pdb breakpoints into python scripts
+    * python_pydiction.vim -- module and keyword completion for python
     * python.vim -- the obligatory indentation fix
-    * pydoc.vim -- python stdlib docs in Vim help format
-    * python_ipdb.vim -- set pdb breakpoints into python scripts
+
+Generic:
     * restore_window.vim -- save and restore vim window geometry between runs
-    * mkd.vim -- Markdown syntax file
-    * vim-haml -- HAML, SASS and SCSS editing support (syntax, indent, ...)
+
+INSTALL
+-------
+
+Some of the modules require pathogen now. It can be installed with the simple
+bash script that downloads the latest version of it from github, assuming you
+have hg-git extension on your Mercurial:
+
+~/.vim/ $ ./bin/get-pathogen.sh
Tip: Filter by directory path e.g. /media app.js to search for public/media/app.js.
Tip: Use camelCasing e.g. ProjME to search for ProjectModifiedEvent.java.
Tip: Filter by extension type e.g. /repo .js to search for all .js files in the /repo directory.
Tip: Separate your search with spaces e.g. /ssh pom.xml to search for src/ssh/pom.xml.
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