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  News  Vim 7.2.002 is the current version 

Vim 7.2

[2008-08-09] After fifteen months of work: a brand new Vim release! This is a stable version. There are many bug fixes and updated runtime files. The only new feature worth mentioning is support for floating point. Upgrading from a previous version is highly recommended: a few crashing bugs and several security issues were fixed. For the details see the announcement. Or go directly to the download page. (Bram Moolenaar)

Yet another beta release: Vim 7.2c available

[2008-08-07] There were too many changes since 7.2b was released to jump to the 7.2 release. So this is another beta test round. Hopefully all the important issues were fixed now. Most of them were in the runtime files. Give it a try and report any problems you find. More information in the announcement. (Bram Moolenaar)

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  Recent Script Updates  2,338 scripts, 2,672,388 downloads 
[2008-08-20]  FastGrep : FastGrep for a string using native linux commands in Ruby on Rails projects.
(0.1) Initial upload - Nelson Fernandez
[2008-08-20]  stlrefvim : A C++ Standard Template Library reference manual
(1.0) Initial upload - Daniel Price
[2008-08-20]  RltvNmbr.vim : Display relative line numbers
(2) Been a number of requests to provide a toggling command, and so:  :RN  will toggle RltvNmbr'ing.  Plus a few more events will redraw the relative numbering signs. - Charles Campbell
[2008-08-20]  fortran.vim : Additional indentation rules for Fortran 95 and Fortran 90
(0.2) Script only called once per buffer and functions only defined once. - S´┐Żbastien Burton
[2008-08-20]  silent.vim : Vim, GVim light color scheme
(1.3.3) Updates for vimdiff gvimdiff colors. - Vasilii Pascal
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  Vim Tips  1,304 tips, 5,238,978 tip views 
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