Aha! Let me give a tips to customize your vim. 🙂
For this, you will editing your vimrc file which has the path /etc/vim/vimrc.
- Setting line numbers: Add set number in the vimrc file.
- Setting the tab length: set tabstop=4, in case you want it to be 4. Notice there are no spaces adjacent to ‘=’.
- Viewing the matching brackets: Uncomment the showmatch line in the file.
Adding on a few plugins makes it more friendly. Will be updating those in a coming post.
Stay tuned! 😀