|⇒ Category:||Settings Files|
📌 .VIMRC format category serves as a settings object embraced and opened up by Vim, a word processing suite frequently employed by system administrators and source code developers all over. Particularly, .VIMRC container stores the default configuration for the editor parameters when the Vim app is run. In addition, .VIMRC resources allow users to customize options for the predefined editor. In fact, .VIMRC handles and opens all of the data in a plain textual shape. Specifically, the aforementioned file objects maintain a series of instructions, each of which can be run in the manual way in scope of the Vim editor by typing a colon “:” characters and specifying a corresponding command.
📌 The extension is flawlessly processed by Vim editor and its forks, adapted and compatible with other, non-Unix systems and platforms. Precisely, gVim, the Windows-based Vim version, applies a file with the name _vimrc instead of .VIMRC. Therefore, you can easily open the .VIMRC parameters on any Vim branch, which you are accustomed to and got used to. As long as .VIMRC settings files are automatically generated by each Vim toolkit instance, you may easily view their contents in a plain text editor without referencing complex word processing solutions and packages. Common file samples may also include font and window colors and text indentation properties.