Otherwise the filetype is not activated, and hence VimClojure doesn't work.
+The following assumes a standard installation. If you have installed Vim (or
+are installing VimClojure) in a non-standard way, I trust that you know what
Please refer to the online documentation in the doc folder for further
However: **This is not a requirement!** VimClojure works perfectly in
_offline_ mode. That is: just unpack the distribution zip in your .vim
directory and you are good to go! In fact I discourage newbies to use the
client can be downloaded from:
-After unzipping the the archive, simply type `make` in the subdirectory from
-the zip archive. This will compile the nailgun client. For Windows the client
-is already pre-compiled as `ng.exe`.
+After unzipping the archive, simply type `make` in the subdirectory from the
+zip archive. This will compile the nailgun client. For Windows the client is
+already pre-compiled as `ng.exe`.
Configure the location of the nailgun client in your `.vimrc`: