After completing my initial zsh setup, I've decided to finally begin what I've been putting off - setting up vim.
Being entirely unexperienced with vim, I've decided to start with the simplest task possible, setting up my color scheme - base16 chalk.
After reading the instructions on the base16-vim repository, I decided to install Vundle for package control support. Vundle installation was simple and I simply followed the setups outlined in the Vundle README.
With Vundle, installing base16-chalk was as easy as editing `~/.vimrc` to include:
Bundle 'chriskempson/base16-vim' set background=dark let base16colorspace=256 " Access colors present in 256 colorspace colorscheme base16-chalk
I wanted all of my files to automatically have their syntax highlighted, so I put this line in my `~/.vimrc`:
So far these are all of the modifications I've performed to vim. Time to begin using it.