Version 0.19 of Cream for Vim

Release Notes: This minor release features new window management capabilities for tiling, maximizing, and minimizing individual file windows. Also new is a diff mode to see differences between two files. Other features include text justification (left, right, center, and full), an email munge add-on, statusline file size indication, and several other tweaks and improvements to go along with the usual bugfixes.

Other releases

  •  05 Aug 2009 09:47

Release Notes: This is only a minor bug-fix release. No new features have been added since the previous release.

  •  20 Apr 2008 00:34

Release Notes: This is a minor release that includes the new context sensitive Omni-completion feature from Vim 7. Also added or revised are a new GPG encryption add-on, highlighting of URLs and email addresses, opening of URLs under the cursor in a Web browser (Shift+Enter), typing tutor improvements, and a new Matrix color scheme.

  •  01 Feb 2008 23:31

Release Notes: This is a minor release that adds three common keyboard shortcuts, an updated French translation for menus, better Apple/Mac behavior, and improvements to the Email Prettyfier and Slide Generator add-ons. Cream is now distributed under the newest version of the GNU General Public License, now version 3.

  •  03 Jun 2007 13:52

Release Notes: This is a minor release that coordinates Cream with recent Vim versions. In addition to requiring at least Vim 7.0, this release uses only a single session, and has some new tab controls in the Window menu. Vim modeline handling has been improved.

  •  24 Oct 2006 09:33

Release Notes: This is an incremental release and fixes some minor bugs. An option was added to turn off the status line. Another addition is the Slide Generator add-on. Relying on ImageMagick's convert utility, it converts a directory of Web-compatible images (.jpg, .gif, and .png) into a Web page index of small thumbnails that link to the full size image.


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