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Org mode and Outline mode syntax highlighting for Vim
This plugin aims to replicate Vim's existing Markdown editing experience on Org mode (and Outline mode) files, rather than trying to be a full featured Org mode plugin—that is what Emacs is for. Originally created so I could use Orgzly without worrying Emacs lock-in.
Note: this project is considered feature complete by the author, so the addition of new features will be unlikely.
Installation of Org.vim can be performed by using your preferred plugin/package management tool(s). If you don't have a Vim package manager I recommend using Vim 8 packages.
Just run these 2 commands from your shell.
git clone https://github.com/axvr/org.vim ~/.vim/pack/plugins/start/org vim +'helptags ~/.vim/pack/plugins/start/org/doc/' +q
Make sure the following options are set in your vimrc to enable all functionality:
syntax enable filetype plugin indent on
Once installed check out the Org.vim manual (run
:help org.txt to open it) for
usage information and configuration options.
Copyright © 2018–2020, Alex Vear.
Org.vim is distributed under the same terms as Vim itself.
A copy of the full licence text should have been provided with this extension
LICENCE file. The license can also be viewed on the
web or by invoking
:help license from within Vim.