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Learning the vi and Vim Editors (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 29. Juli 2008

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There's nothing that hard-core Unix and Linux users are more fanatical about than their text editor. Editors are the subject of adoration and worship, or of scorn and ridicule, depending upon whether the topic of discussion is your editor or someone else's. vi has been the standard editor for close to 30 years. Popular on Unix and Linux, it has a growing following on Windows systems, too. Most experienced system administrators cite vi as their tool of choice. And since 1986, this book has been the guide for vi. However, Unix systems are not what they were 30 years ago, and neither is this book. While retaining all the valuable features of previous editions, the 7th edition of "Learning the vi and vim Editors" has been expanded to include detailed information on vim, the leading vi clone. vim is the default version of vi on most Linux systems and on Mac OS X, and is available for many other operating systems too.With this guide, you learn text editing basics and advanced tools for both editors, such as multi-window editing, how to write both interactive macros and scripts to extend the editor, and power tools for programmers - all in the easy-to-follow style that has made this book a classic.

"Learning the vi and vim Editors" includes: a complete introduction to text editing with vi: How to move around vi in a hurry; beyond the basics, such as using buffers; vi's global search and replacement; advanced editing, including customizing vi and executing Unix commands; how to make full use of vim: extended text objects and more powerful regular expressions; multi-window editing and powerful vim scripts; how to make full use of the GUI version of vim, called gvim; and, vim's enhancements for programmers, such as syntax highlighting, folding and extended tags.Coverage of three other popular vi clones - nvi, elvis, and vile - is also included in this title. You'll find several valuable appendixes, including an alphabetical quick reference to both vi and ex mode commands for regular vi and for vim, plus an updated appendix on vi and the Internet. Learning either vi or vim is required knowledge if you use Linux or Unix, and in either case, reading this book is essential. After reading this book, the choice of editor will be obvious for you too.

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Arnold Robbins, an Atlanta native, is a professional programmer and technical author. He has been working with Unix systems since 1980, when he was introduced to a PDP-11 running a version of Sixth Edition Unix. His experience also includes multiple commercial Unix systems, from Sun, IBM, HP and DEC. He has been working with GNU/Linux systems since 1996. He likes his Macintosh laptop, but it has been commandeered by one of his daughters.

Arnold has also been a heavy awk user since 1987, when he became involved with gawk, the GNU project's version of awk. As a member of the POSIX 1003.2 balloting group, he helped shape the POSIX standard for awk. He is currently the maintainer of gawk and its documentation.

O'Reilly has been keeping him busy: He is author and/or coauthor of the bestselling titles: Unix In A Nutshell, Effective awk Programming, sed & awk, Classic Shell Scripting, and several pocket references.

Elbert is a professional software engineer and software architect recently finishing a 21-year career in the telcom industry. He wrote a full screen editor in assembler in 1983 as his first professional assignment, and has had special interest in editors since. He loves connecting Unix to anything and once wrote a stream editor program to automate JCL edits for mainframe monthly configurations by streaming mainframeJCL to a stream editor on an RJE connected Unix box.

He loves tinkering with everything Unix and considers any environment incomplete without his suite of Unix work-alike tools and the latest version of vim. He is a Unix Shell specialist, writing entire applications with only the shell.

His telcom honored him with their highest award for money-saving applications that he authored using a set of mainframe screen-scraping tools he wrote himself. They continue to use those applications today. He was also one of three founding team members that brought web 1.0 to the corporate consciousness in his telco position, and his team featured on the cover of CIO Magazine for their innovative and pioneering works.

He also served a brief stint on the original Microsoft NT beta support team in 1992.

He loves bicycling, music, and reading. Today he lives in the Chicago area where he occasionally takes on short term projects and works on personal software products.

Linda Lamb is a former employee of O'Reilly Media, where she worked in various capacities, including technical writer, editor of technical books, and marketing manager. She also worked on O'Reilly's series of consumer health books, Patient Centered Guides.


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Even though I've already worked with Vim in my day-to-day business I bought this book and what can I say? Well it teached me many new things and it made me become a lot more productive than I was before. If you really want to know about the gritty nitty stuff Vi and Vim have to offer you should buy this book.
It is well structured and covers the most important topics in a very senseable approach. Besides that it also has a part about other Vi clones such as Elvis, so it really comes as a complete book about everything you ever wanted to know. It starts with an easy introduction, offers some small typing exercises just in case you dont have some practical example yourself.
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Klare Kaufempfehlung. Vi bzw Vim werden gut erklärt. Einfach zu verstehen und gut nach zu vollziehen. Für Anfänger als auch für "Profis" gut zu gebrauchen.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen This book is apparently a classic and I would recommend it for any intermediate-level vim user who wants to ... 29. Juni 2015
Von N-Cat Will - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've been using vim for a few years now. Only recently, however, have I begun to make an effort to really build my vim-fu. Along this journey I have read the famous "Your Problem with Vim is that You Don't Grok Vi" by Jim Dennis (https://gist.github.com/nifl/1178878), "Vim Waz Ere" by Walter A. Zintz (https://dahu.github.io/vim_waz_ere/) and smatterings of Practical Vim by Drew Niel.

The majority of the first few chapters I was already familiar with; however, along with solidifying some of my previous knowledge, I did learn several new tricks! This book is apparently a classic and I would recommend it for any intermediate-level vim user who wants to flesh out their vim skills.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Must know CheckList - Don't Miss 8. August 2014
Von Big Data Paramedic - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This review is primarily targeted towards computer professionals who are starting to work in Linux environment for first time. Linux is daunting ; black screens intimidating. Open a Vi Editor,it is a nightmare to do anything in there. If I am describing you at some point in your career, you are not alone. I was there as well. Vi editor is just a car that takes you to office; and if you do not know how to drive the car, however good you are in programming, You will not appear that way. Even if you are fairly comfortable in Vi Editor, think about the time saving features that go beyond the basic functionality that most of us do.

I have heard the stale advice to "google it",if at all that can be called an advice. And they are wrong.

Google has plenty of good information, many of them methodically walk you through as well. But remember Google has a purpose, if you are stuck on something specific, google might be helpful, but for learning the nuts and bolts and working 8 hours a day in Linux and Vi, you are better off knowing much more than few basic commands . I have few checklist to see if you need this book. Even if your answer is no to one of this.. Go for it.

> Here is a word "Consistant", How do you change the word to Consistent (Hint fa )
> Find/replace across a large file
> Jump across large blocks of codes instead of scrolling
> Ability to chose between I, a,s or x for editing something
> Copy same 5 lines of codes and put it in 4 different places
> Remove everything after = sign in a code.
> Copy bunch of code from fileA and paste it on the 5th line of fileB
> Do you know what :^$ dd n.n.n does (Find the Empty line, deleted it,cleared many empty lines)
> Do you know how to keep a file for reference and edit the other file based off it ( split windows)

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If the bulk of your workday is going to be on Linux /Unix screen, buying this book is a slam dunk decision. Don't stumble upon great tricks to be effective. Professional sportsmen learn the right way. Why Not You?
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Another great book from O'Reilly 15. November 2015
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Another great book from O'Reilly. The text has something to offer no matter whether you are a complete beginner or a seasoned vi veteran. I've been using the editor for years yet found many illuminating explanations of topics I never really took the time to master, like ex commands or vim tabs. I am also grateful to the authors for suggesting many nifty command combinations I haven't been aware of - I know I am a more proficient typist now thanks to reading the book.

The writing is clear and often humorous (that is, if you are into the geeky, Unix type of humor) and there is good progression from fundamental towards advanced topics. I only wish the authors did not waste so many pages on the other vi clones (which I had no desire to learn about, but your objectives may vary) and focused instead on some of the more involved parts of vi/vim, eg. scripting.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book to get friendly with vi/vim 11. Januar 2014
Von SERGEY STEPANOV - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Many desktop or mobile programmers which eventually need to write some code at the server-side consider vi as a tool developed by some green people from alpha-centauri for some other green people from other galaxy. Indeed, the system of vi commands and everything seems so complicated. Most common and scary question, as I observed, is how to close and exit from vi. :) But even if you learned some popular commands, the rest of vi still seems a little bit too non-human. Now, with this book you will start see a logic in the commands of this strange editor. The book starts from very simple things like cursor moving and editor modes. Everything is given with examples like what will happen if you press that key, with screenshots :) If you are more or less familiar with vi, you can probably skip first couple of chapters, but things get more interesting and complicated as you read further. Best of all if you will just read this book with another hand and eye in a linux console, so you can repeat each new command you learned from the book.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Probably the best single package of information for Vim / GVim you're going to find 7. Juli 2016
Von RBV - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you want to reap the efficiencies of Vim, then you'll enjoy this book.

The other reviews have pretty much said it all. So the only thing I'll add is that Vim has an extremely powerful regular expressions ("REGEX") find/replace capability. Learning REGEX is an exercise unto itself, but if you learn a bit of Vim find/replace, and bit of its REGEX syntax, you can do some right powerful text manipulatin' right there in the editor...
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