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Re: Occam Programming

> If you already know vim well, that is probably the best option.
> Otherwise origami is easier and simpler as a short term solution.
> However, it probably has the most comprehensive folding support.

The Kent Vim Extensions (


) emulate origami's folding shortcuts, so whoever is used to origami
should naturally be able to work with Vim and kent-vim-ext too. After
installing kent-vim-ext,

    :help kent-folding

gives an overview of the folding extensions. Particularly useful is the
possibility to `enter' folds, like in origami. Standard Vim doesn't
provide that feature.

kent-vim-ext by default also comes with a Windows style behaviour for
editing texts (such as Ctrl-C for Copy etc.); see:

    :help kent-gui-improve