Opening the previous buffer

Have you ever accidentally opened a file you didn’t intend to from somewhere like the quick fix window? Or dive deep into debugging a problem only to realize you need to fix something in one of those files somehwere in your wake? Then Vim “jumps” are for you!

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Change case

There are numerous ways to manipulate the case of text in Vim. The most important commands to remember are:

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Creating file templates

Software projects are commonly composed of similar files in a specific location and new files typically require some minimal boilerplate. Tim Pope’s projectionist.vim offers a handy way to templatize the creation of new files directly in Vim.

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