by Drew Neil
We'll look at what is required to add Vim support for a brand new programming language. This could include (in rough order of priority): filetype detection, syntax definition, indentation awareness (to support = command), omni-completion, folding support, errorformat, auto-configuration of `path`.
A quick demonstration using the `path` and `suffixesadd` variables to allow instant navigation through your files using strings within your code.
by Jason Imison
Jason Imison, author of the OmniSharp plugin for C#, will demonstrate what it's capable of and the approach that he took to write it.
C# has historically been one of the least supported languages for Vim. Jason wrote this plugin in an attempt to address this and his frustrations with _the_ IDE.
For C# developers, this talk may convince you to use Vim for your day job, and for everyone else, maybe there could be some inspiration to write a plugin for your language of choice.
by Kris Jenkins
In this talk we'll look at some built-in and plugged-in tricks to speed up your SQL workflow. (And if you like a little No with your SQL, there'll be a few tips for that too...)
1st October 2013