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Practical Vim Vim is a fast and efficient text editor that will make you a faster and more efficient developer. It's available on almost every OS--if you master the techniques in this book, you'll never need another text editor. Full description


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  • Broché: 300 pages
  • Editeur : O'Reilly (16 novembre 2012)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1934356980
  • ISBN-13: 978-1934356982
  • Dimensions du produit: 19 x 1,8 x 23,5 cm
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par SOLIMAN SYLVAIN le 13 novembre 2012
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Le livre de Drew Neil est une ressource extraordinaire pour ceux qui veulent enfin tirer pleinement parti de leur éditeur de texte.

Que vous débutiez avec vim ou soyez déjà avancé, il y a dans les différents chapitres de quoi vous donner à réfléchir et améliorer votre mode de travail.

Drew montre la même qualité pédagogique que dans ses célèbres screencasts et nous accompagne au travers d'exemples.

Bref, que du bonheur !!!
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par rhumbs le 27 janvier 2013
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Le meilleur ouvrage sur vim que j'ai lu à ce jour, tout supports confondus.
Chaque aspect de vim est étudié de manière très progressive à la manière d'un tutoriel à l'aide d'exemples et d'astuces.
Les plugins les plus utiles ne sont pas oubliés.
Sa structure et l'étendue de son contenu en font un livre d'apprentissage et de référence idéal.
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0 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par ehamon le 17 avril 2013
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que les quelques commandes de base. Excellents didacticiels par thème. Progressif. On finit par comprendre certains points et réapprendre VIM. A conseiller vivement pour être à l'aise avec cet éditeur de texte.
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A must-have for anybody who types. 10 octobre 2012
Par Mislav Marohnic - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
In the past couple of years, you couldn't really get far with learning Vim without eventually bumping into--and going back to--VimCasts. And now the author of the popular screencast series took this experience of teaching people and materialized it in a book far more comprehensible than a collection of bite-sized videos could ever be. With a copy of Practival Vim handy, I now reach for it as a reference instead of returning to VimCasts or searching the Web.

For some, Vim is this daunting program that seems almost impenetrable. Practical Vim completely disarms this mantra by taking a lighthearted approach that makes Vim seem completely unlike that hard, unfriendly editor we once considered it to be. Even if this was the single takeaway from this book--and Practical Vim holds much more--it would be so worth it.
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The book Vim has always deserved 10 octobre 2012
Par Peter Aronoff - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Vim has such enthusiastic users that you would expect there to be many excellent books about it, but previous books on Vim are frankly mediocre. Luckily, Practical Vim more than makes up for the problem. Saying that it's far and away the best Vim book available is true, but (unfortunately) faint praise. This is one of the best technical books I've ever read: comprehensive but never dry. It's a must-own if you are a serious Vim user.

The book is aimed primarily at intermediate Vim users, and it does a oustanding job leading such users to Vim mastery. (You could use Practical Vim as a way to learn Vim, but it would require a lot of effort initially.) Practical Vim is made up of 121 tips, and the material is divided into six large sections.

* Section I - Modes
Detailed coverage of Vim's normal, insert, visual and command-line modes

* Section II - Files
Managing multiple files at once and opening and saving files

* Section III - Getting Around Faster
Navigating more quickly within files as well as between files

* Section IV - Registers
Copy/paste registers and macros

* Section V - Patterns
Everything you ever wanted to know about Vim's (many) pattern-matching flavors as well as how to use patterns for searching and replacing text; also discusses the :global command

* Section VI - Tools
Covers various external tools (ctags, grep, ack, make, linters) that go nicely with Vim as well as internal tools like Vim's spellchecker.

I was sceptical of the tip-style at first, but it makes the book much easier to dip into as needed or wanted. It also helps to break down the material (which can get dense) into more manageable chunks, even if you read it from cover to cover.
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Practical Vim: A guide to manipulating tex tefficiently 11 octobre 2012
Par Steven G. Harms - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
At the end of the day all text editors serve the following core purposes. They allow you to:

* generate text
* remove text
* navigate through text
* spot-edit text

for this Notepad, emacs, Textmate all suffice. But a *great* editor, in the hands of a master allows you to perform these tasks as efficiently as possible.

Lastly, *great* editors excel in one more criterion:

* it allows you to extend itself with complex, arbitrary collections of the above operations easily

Consider "generate text:" while one *could* type in a word character by character, a vim wizard notes that the line was entered previously and uses autocomplete-line to summon a long line of text back with two keystrokes (tip 115).

Consider "navigate through text:" again, one *could* navigate an editor by arrow keys or some key combination but Vim lets you move by word, WORD (Neil explains what a WORD is), sentence, or paragraph (tips 48-53). If you move by one character more than twice, you're probably missing something.

Consider "spot edit text:" If you need to add titles to several paragraphs and then paste them at the top of your document (say, copying chapter headers from the document and pasting them at the top to make a table of contents), one *could* make the title addition, copy header, scroll up, paste it in a table of contents, scroll back down to next header, rinse-wash-repeat OR, scroll through the document, store the titles and then hop to the top and unload the copies titles all at once, rapid-rapid fire (tips 60, 62).

It is thinking like this that makes watching a bad Vim user (or any other non-wizard editor) such a frustrating experience for Vim pros (which you will be after you grok this book). It is by this change in your neural design that you will grow to hate any text editing experience that isn't vim.

This book helps you see opportunities to think about text editing differently. The sections "The Vim Way" and "Normal Mode" - brilliantly set at the beginning of the book - help you find the Buddhic heart of the tool: to see its nature. Thereafter all the "tricks," while handy, when approached from this philosophical point of view go from "neat command" to "this will save so much time / typing"

As I read this book I kept notes of a series of "need to use this more!" lines that I ultimately printed out and hung on the wall. When I started on an anti-pattern, I would look at this list (or re-open the book) and find the Practical Vim way, change my habit, and become even more fearsome to visually arrays of text on screens.

The book shines also when it approaches some of the more confusing / incredibly powerful aspects of the vim editor: this is the first explanation of vim's regular expression engine that made sense to me. The coverage on macros, macro editing, and "recursive macros" will have you refactoring and updating your code in ways hitherto unimaginable (bufdo, you scare me with your power).

Just as many never learn to touch type and proclaim "I don't really need to learn that I'm pretty fast as is." They simply do not know what touch-typists know: the ability to look over your shoulder and keep typing is what links thought to on-screen change. In the same way, many think their editor is good enough or their standard use of it is good enough, but after Practical Vim, your changes are linked to the speed of your thinking about them. It's the same refreshing bolt of air one gets when you finally learn to touch type well or ride a bicycle.

You should never cheap out on your bed: you're going to spend one-third of your life there, make it great. You shouldn't cheap out on your workspace either: amortized a great office chair and laptop are cheap and provide a quality experience every day that you will be thankful for, even if only at a subconscious level. DO NOT WASTE YOUR LIFE editing text inefficiently. All those words are designed to do something else: create a great app, convey a point, tell a story, etc. The more time you spend turning thought into text that reaches your purpose, the more you accomplish, the richer a life you lead, the more likely you are to reach someone else and change their life.

Vim's nature is to change much with little effort. This book is your guide in learning to stop fighting its current and learning to let it carry you further and faster than you imagined possible.
10 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
From novice to pro 6 novembre 2012
Par Yoraf Shiraz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I learned on my own. After about 6 months, I realized I had stagnated in my use. I bought this book to fill in the gaps, to code faster, and to know what was possible with vim. Turns out, damn near everything is possible in vim, and faster than you usually do it. It also has a curated list of plugins you should use (most by Tim Pope, vim god).

It's the way for those who learned vim informally, to become one a ridiculous edit-at-the-speed-of-thought neckbeards.

Plus, his videos are great. Soothing Irish voice.
12 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Ridiculously Good. 10 octobre 2012
Par iynaix - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I thought I was pretty proficient at using vim, but that assumption was completely shattered within a few chapters into the book. Drew Neil, of Vimcasts fame manages to present the dustier corners of Vim in an extremely practical way, complete with real world examples.

If I could give this book 6 stars, I would. If you are interested in becoming more proficient in Vim or are obsessed with Vim, you definitely owe it to yourself to get this book, satisfaction guaranteed.
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