What you can do with Vim in order to code in C++ a little easier.
UPDATE: Go to http://github.com/derekwyatt/vim-config to get the current version of this stuff. These settings go into the
$VIM/after/ftplugin/cpp.vim file. You can find the file linked here. You’ll find that it’s heavily commented so you shouldn’t have too much trouble figuring out what’s there and why. Of course you can always use the
:help functionality to discover what the Vim-specific settings and commands do. It contains the following features:
- Proper comment formatting independent of code formatting
- Highlighting of “bad” leading tabs and code that goes beyond 120 columns
- Code that automatically updates CPPUNIT test macros to match the tests you’ve actually written
- Definitions for the FSwitch plugin.
- Mappings to help with some of the usual wants and needs.
- Changes the indent expression so that we ignore
namespaces. I do not appreciate it when Vim decides to add a ‘shiftwidth’ to my code just because it’s in a namespace.