Installation and use of Vim theme

Introduction to Vim Themes

I often use vim as the main code editor under Linux. Whenever SSH enters a new development system environment, for the convenience of writing, he always needs to manually install Vim and configure various common plug-ins. is a distribution for plugins and related resources for Vim. A single command can automatically install the commonly used supporting plug-in environment.

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S&E feels like this is a quick installation of a Vim-centric IDE (comparable to Vscode). Then, generates a relatively standardized vim configuration file hierarchy, which is convenient for adding other plugins later, and avoids the messy configuration files generated by manually adding plugins without planning. Moreover, after leaving the optimization and configuration of related plug-ins to it, it saves a lot of worry.



  • git
  • curl
  • vim 7.3 and above

This site has related process records of installing Vim 8.2:click here to view

For Debian 10 git and curl can be installed simply by executing the following command

% sudo apt install git curl

Then for Unix/Linux, Mac OS, etc., execute the following command to install with one click

% curl -L > && sh

(For Windows system, please refer to in Github repository)

update method

One-click update can be done by executing the following command

% curl -L -o - | sh

Personalization is a matching common plugin distribution, and plugins such as YouCompleteMe are not installed, which requires me to add them later.

You can add a personalized configuration file by executing the following command in the current user home directory

% touch ~/.vimrc.local

Then, you can edit this file to add your own configuration.

For some configurations that need to be executed in advance, you can execute the following commands to download the corresponding configuration files

% ~/.vimrc.before.local

Add plugin

For example, to add the plug-in spf13/vim-colors, according to the example in, it is like this

% echo Bundle \'spf13/vim-colors\' >> ~/.vimrc.bundles.local

remove plugin

To remove the plugin, just add an Un in front of the Bundle in the above command

% echo UnBundle \'AutoClose\' >> ~/.vimrc.bundles.local

Use of common plugins

The following introduces the use and operation methods of some commonly used plug-ins. I will not write all of them here. I will add them slowly according to my use.


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