Use the script to add the script with script ID : :1879 (vim-autocomplpop) to your list of plugins for vim and you are done.
If you are using snipmate, then make sure that you read the description of the plugin to add the required lines to the vimrc file to get the full functionality. You would love to type henceforth in your favourite editor. We will talk about more on Intellisense in few days time.. Chao till then.
If you thought that vim is very bloated and nothing abuot this editor can be small, then you are not alone. I was myself in the same bandwagon.
Well, I never thought that there could be anything about vim that can be explained in Kb’s, lest alone the complete vim features. But looks like vim.org had thought about this and thus came up with this. And here is the direct link to the vim in 6kb in English.
Panini can load most common photo and panoramic formats from image
files such as those created with hugin or QuickTimeVR (QTVR.mov)
files. Like all pano viewers, it then shows a linear perspective
view that can be panned and zoomed. But Panini can also display a
range of wide angle perspectives via the stereographic and
\”Pannini\” vedutismo families of projections, and shift, rotate, and
stretch the image like a softwareview camera.
Installing of Panini:
sudo yum install Panini
Note the capital P in Panini. Also note that you need to have P in Panini for execution also .
It\’s a panoramic view, meaning that once you load the image you can use right and left arrow keys or the mouse to move the image. Do not forget to check out the other viewing options in the menus. Quite impressive, I must say.
If you like the view then you can take a screenshot and crop the image to use it as new image with the effects.