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Vim Xcode integration
Created , updated by Greg Hurrell
.m files are Objective-C, not Matlab
Goto system settings from the application menu, choose the file type preferences tab, expand the tree from file->text->sourcecode and change it to vim as an external editor
- http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/vim-mac/message/5671: notes on special Xcode integration features in MacVim
- http://lists.apple.com/archives/xcode-users/2007/Apr/msg00118.html: Xcode users mailing list post on opening in an external editor
- http://m0j0.wordpress.com/2007/03/22/vi-key-bindings-for-your-mac-apps/: On setting up Vi key bindings in Xcode or any other app that uses the Cocoa text system
- http://www.corsofamily.net/jcorso/vi/: The Input Manager hack referenced in the above article
- http://sg80bab.blogspot.com/2007/08/objective-c-syntax-in-gvim.html: On activating syntax coloring for Objective-C source files in Vim (
.mfiles are interpreted as Matlab source files by default)
- http://www.glsoftware.net/blog/archives/27-Integrating-Xcode-and-VIM.html: On using AppleScript to perform "Build" and "Clean" without leaving Vim.
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