Hello to all;
I would be grateful if someone could pass me the link to some conferences or courses I am not sure if from the University of Queensland, to develop knowledge on the use of the terminal and the Vim editor. I know somewhere on the Fastai website or Fastai forum I had discovered it. But at the time I didn’t bookmark it and now I can’t find those videos.
Hello to all;
Possibly the live coding series? Live coding 5
Links from the walk-thru
- VIM Adventures
- (please contribute here)
What was covered
- pushd/popd to return script to initial folder
- Saving & closing
- Moving around with motions
- Repeats, commands, and motions
- ex (
- Using splits
- Editing a particular class/function
- Jumping to symbols and back again
If you have
vim installed, type
vimtutor in your terminal. That helped me learn…
If you are new to terminal and command line, then this would be a great place to start:
Reg. vi, I learned vi the old school way, from a printed book. Today I think the official docs is a great resource:
Thanks for the resources!!!, but I’m looking for something shared on the fastai forums, on the course or directly Jeremy. They were a series of videos made at a University (possibly Queensland but not sure) The first videos were explanations for working with the terminal. The next ones with Vim. And some more topics that I don’t remember.
In Fast AI Lecture 0 Jeremy mentioned this course by MIT?
Is that what you’re thinking of?
Oh yeah!!! Thank you!!!
There was definitely a vi section one year and Jeremy showed how to collapse and jump around with some extensions he had. Sorry it was vi when I was younger not vim.