Package Details: vim-git 10985.5e5a98d7d-1

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Package Base: vim-git
Description: VIM: Vi IMproved
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Keywords: vim
Licenses: GPL
Conflicts: vim
Provides: vim
Submitter: kovetskiy
Maintainer: kovetskiy (mkaczanowski)
Last Packager: mkaczanowski
Votes: 4
Popularity: 0.77
First Submitted: 2015-08-14 05:45
Last Updated: 2019-12-16 15:15

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lmartinez-mirror commented on 2021-03-10 08:24

It would be nice if this package provided vim-plugin-runtime just like vim does.

cuteclown commented on 2018-07-03 19:02

When I install this version and view my .vimrc with syntax highlighting on, I get the error message: "Error detected while processing function <snr>13_Highlight_Matching_Pair: line 97: E475: Invalid argument: 0"</snr>

I don't really know if this is the right place to "report" this... Should I start an issue on github?

ahrs commented on 2017-07-01 18:45

This package needs libice and libsm as dependencies.

blueyed commented on 2016-09-04 17:43

I agree that a split package, like with "vim" makes more sense.

Your package was removed by now?

Where is your PKGBUILD?

It would be nice if you could provide it as a PR to this repo.

mkaczanowski commented on 2016-03-04 10:29

Package is being maintained here:

If you want to pull request you may either do it here (patch in a comment) or use github (which is more convenient)

albfan commented on 2015-09-26 07:34

A more updated AUR package

See I didn't understand AUR naming system:

- I would love to update this AUR, but have no rights.
- I would love to release my package as vim (just a fresh release of extra/vim but that's blacklisted.

This little mess works anyway, hope helps anyone.

pmattern commented on 2015-08-14 10:27


On the one hand this package suffers from quite some flaws, among other it doesn't make sense to delete /usr/share/vim in a monolithic package and variable 'conflicts' is missing.
On the other hand I've got a working split package ready to go here which provides gvim and a minimal version of vim in a modular way similarly to the official repositories as well (you were just some four hours ahead of me...). Tbh I think a split package would make much more sense.

Any chance we could come to an agreement here?