Because of the new working environment, I cannot use my favourite customised Emacs to work. So, I have to adapt with the new text editor. Luckily, vim is available in the remote server. That means I can use SSH to run the vim. And, even Emacs is available, I feel difficult to customise and install the packages I need, because I don’t have experience installing Emacs’ packages using text-based UI. (But if it is available, I may make a try.)
On the other hand, vim is a little different. vim is more tend to text-based UI, though there is a GUI version called GVim. In order to familiarise with vim, I also did some customisation on it, especially the key binding (hotkey) which is, totally not user-friendly by default. So, I share my ~/.vimrc with this post.
:set tabstop=4 ai ic wrap lbr showcmd :set shiftwidth=4 :set expandtab :set autoread :set list :set listchars=eol:↵,tab:→·,space:⋅ :set whichwrap+=<,>,h,l,[,] ":set nu :set display+=lastline :colorscheme ron :filetype plugin on :syntax on "Navigate vmap <Down> gj vmap <Up> gk "This will be overridden by YouCompleteMe, so need to have alternave solution imap <Down> <C-o>gj imap <Up> <C-o>gk imap <C-Down> <C-o>gj imap <C-Up> <C-o>gk nmap <Down> gj nmap <Up> gk "Select nmap <S-Up> v<Up> nmap <S-Down> v<Down> nmap <S-Left> v<Left> nmap <S-Right> v<Right> nmap <S-Home> v<Home> nmap <S-End> v<End> imap <S-Up> <C-o>v<Up> imap <S-Down> <C-o>v<Down> imap <S-Left> <C-o>v<Left> imap <S-Right> <C-o>v<Right> imap <S-Home> <C-o>v<Home> imap <S-End> <C-o>v<End> vmap <S-Up> <Up> vmap <S-Down> <Down> vmap <S-Left> <Left> vmap <S-Right> <Right> vmap <S-Home> <Home> vmap <S-End> <End> "Remap the delete key, so that will not override the register for pasting vmap <Delete> "_x vmap <Backspace> "_x "For the characters like newline (if shown with list) highlight NonText guifg=#333333 guibg=#000000 ctermfg=darkgrey "For special key like whitespace and tab highlight SpecialKey guifg=#333333 guibg=#000000 ctermfg=darkgrey