A frustrating week with textMate has proved it is simply better to control your own editor versus stick with the ideas predetermined by other programmers. I have bounced between Vim/MacVim/TextMate for about a year now. I am about to get a new Air and would really like to copy my .rc files and be good, so I spent a little time today working out some of the customizations I wanted in MacVim. Before starting this I had NERDTree and RailsVim already installed. A few of the softwares I went and picked up were: MacVim: choose-your-version Vim ColorSamplePack: download | docs Vim ScrollColor: download | docs PeepOpen: download After installing the above I added the alias to my ~/.bashrc so MacVim is simple to open.[…]