Using IdeaVim with IntelliJmonday, may 04, 2020
I’ve been a VIM user for a few years and I’m also using the IdeaVim plugin in IntelliJ. The following configuration and features helped me a lot.
You can configure the same keymappings that you have in your regular VIM in the
keepmakes the behavior of refactorings such as renamings more deterministic.
In a dialog hitting
<Esc>won’t work since it closes the dialog, but if your cursor is caught in selection mode, pressing
Ctrl+]works without moving your hands off the home row.
The GitHub repository provides helpful guidance on configuration and which features are supported.
The ideajoin mode is a nice feature that can “smart-join” strings, control structures, and others.
This is how
ideajoin works, when joining with
You can find my
.ideavimrc config file in my Dotfiles on GitHub.
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