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make yourself
reader of help
2015/11/21
by janus_wel
who are you?
janus_wel やぬす
janus.wel.3@gmail.com
https://github.com/januswel
http://qiita.com/janus_wel
https://twitter.co...
I've made some vim plugins
visualiz.vim
zoomfont.vim
you can find these at
https://github.com/januswel
did you read help
once or twice ?
moderately ?
hard ?
learning curve
http://www.manuelmagic.me/geek/texteditors/
!?but we can find some steps
novice
apprentice
expert
master
for novice
forget about help
and type in your term
$ vimtutor
for apprentice
just type in your vim
:help
and read from beginning to "Getting Started"
for expert
just read your interesting {subject}
:help {subject}
and CTRL-] on words that you don't know to jump
for master
keep going your way!!
some tips
'helplang'
:tab help
CTRL-]
tag stack
:helpgrep
'helplang'
change language to show
to use Japanese, in your .vimrc
set helplang=ja
:tab help
show help in new tab to focus reading
:tab help {subject}
CTRL-]
when you find colored word, hit CTRL-] on the word to jump
CTRL-T
to back previous page, hit CTRL-T
read :help tag-stack for more information
:helpgrep
to search help with your interesting word, use :helpgrep and
:cwindow
settings to show quickfix window automatic...
problem
I don't know appropriate {subject} ...
reverse lookup !!
rlhelp.vim
https://github.com/januswel/rrhelp.vim
for now, only Japanese support
I will support i18n ... ?
send me pull re...
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Make yourself reader of help

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2015/11/21 vimconf 2015 by janus_wel
「ヘルプを読む」 in Japanese

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Make yourself reader of help

  1. 1. make yourself reader of help 2015/11/21 by janus_wel
  2. 2. who are you? janus_wel やぬす janus.wel.3@gmail.com https://github.com/januswel http://qiita.com/janus_wel https://twitter.com/janus_wel
  3. 3. I've made some vim plugins
  4. 4. visualiz.vim
  5. 5. zoomfont.vim
  6. 6. you can find these at https://github.com/januswel
  7. 7. did you read help once or twice ? moderately ? hard ?
  8. 8. learning curve http://www.manuelmagic.me/geek/texteditors/
  9. 9. !?but we can find some steps novice apprentice expert master
  10. 10. for novice forget about help and type in your term $ vimtutor
  11. 11. for apprentice just type in your vim :help and read from beginning to "Getting Started"
  12. 12. for expert just read your interesting {subject} :help {subject} and CTRL-] on words that you don't know to jump
  13. 13. for master keep going your way!!
  14. 14. some tips 'helplang' :tab help CTRL-] tag stack :helpgrep
  15. 15. 'helplang' change language to show to use Japanese, in your .vimrc set helplang=ja
  16. 16. :tab help show help in new tab to focus reading :tab help {subject}
  17. 17. CTRL-] when you find colored word, hit CTRL-] on the word to jump
  18. 18. CTRL-T to back previous page, hit CTRL-T read :help tag-stack for more information
  19. 19. :helpgrep to search help with your interesting word, use :helpgrep and :cwindow settings to show quickfix window automatically augroup quickfix autocmd QuickFixCmdPost helpgrep cwindow augroup END
  20. 20. problem I don't know appropriate {subject} ...
  21. 21. reverse lookup !!
  22. 22. rlhelp.vim https://github.com/januswel/rrhelp.vim for now, only Japanese support I will support i18n ... ? send me pull requests to improve index !!

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