Arlen Cuss wrote:
> I have these set in my local .vimrc:
> 
> set sw=2
> set smartindent
> set smarttab
> 
> It sets two space 'virtual' tabs (so when you hit tab, it inserts two
> spaces, and when you hit backspace on whitespace at the beginning of the
> line, it takes two spaces - series of 8 are converted to real tabs). In my
> global vimrc, these are set:
> 
> syntax on
> set showcmd
> set showmatch
> set smartcase
> set incsearch
> set mouse=a
> 
> This enables syntax highlighting, shows commands as you type them in the
> status bar, highlights matched text as you enter it while searching (with
> `/'), sets the case matching to `smart' (no idea about the semantics, try
> :help smartcase), sets searches to start from where your cursor is, and
> enables mouse usage in consoles that allow it.
> 
> Cheers,
> Arlen.
> 
Thank you also Arlen.

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