Release Notes: Many defects were fixed, including some really old ones.
Release Notes: This release adds a new plugin port of the exchange.vim vimscript, adds support for "ad hoc delimiter" (a new feature which hasn't yet merged into Vim), and adds many defect fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a new optional clang-format plugin, support for an "omap" command and an "iskeyword" property, and various defect fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a ":set contentassistmode" to enable <c-n> and <c-p> in the content-assist dropdown. It also fixes various defects including the autocmd command, AltGr handling, and visual mode behavior.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release. No real major defects have been fixed or functionality added, just more constant progress forward.
Release Notes: A number of people found defects in 0.34.0 in the week since it was released. One defect in particular was major enough to warrant a new release. 0.34.1 addresses those defects, specifically a defect on Linux systems which made the cursor disappear (or not move) during horizontal movements.
Release Notes: Adds support for the big three feature requests in Vrapper: VisualBlockMode, Split Editor (:split, :vsplit) via and optional plugin, and confirm 'c' flag for substitution. Several other minor feature enhancements and defect fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a new ':vim' command that launches gvim with the current file in Eclipse for complex editing. When you save and exit vim, Eclipse reloads the file with your changes. There is a new 'improved paragraph motion' (ipmotion) optional plugin. There are fixes for several long-standing defects that required Eclipse knowledge (among other defect fixes).
Release Notes: Lots of miscellaneous bugfixes and new features, including sentence motions '(' and ')', support for mappings with Shift and Alt, and change list traversals 'g,' and 'g;'. Marks now stay put as the document changes.
Release Notes: This release introduces a new optional PyDev plugin, adds <C-a> and <C-x> increment/decrement operations, adds basic support for :sort, and adds miscellaneous new commandline operations