Vim is my personal number one editor ever. For many years I’ve been working with different Linux flavours and all of them have Vim available in console mode. However default Vim is not really helpful if we want to use it for programming purpose. Let’s see how it can be easily configured for Elixir development.
First at all we have to install Vundle to manage Vim plugins. The installation is straightforward and clearly explained on vundle’s home page. For Ubuntu, all you need is to clone it into your home directory and make sure that curl is installed.
How create and edit .vimrc in your home directory to start using Vundle.