Cream version 0.34 (stable) released

The Cream (for Vim) project (http://cream.sourceforge.net) has released the latest version of an easy-to-use configuration of Vim. Cream configures the famous and free Vim text editor so that it is simple to use for those of us familiar with Apple or Windows platform software. Through intuitive menus, keyboard shortcuts, and extensive editing functions, Cream makes Vim approachable for new users and adds powerful features for experienced users on both Windows and Linux.

This minor release features new Character Under Cursor information display (Alt+.), menu translations for Korean, simplified character insertion methods, better stability when changing encoding, a new Inkpot color scheme, and a new add-on to convert the current file's syntax highlighting to HTML. Other updates include improved empty line formatting, an improved Windows script installer, smoother email prettifier, and file browser filter fixes.

For more information, refer to the following pages:

http://cream.sourceforge.net/features.html
http://cream.sourceforge.net/screenshots.html
http://cream.sourceforge.net/installation.html
http://cream.sourceforge.net/maillist.html
http://cream.sourceforge.net/faq.html
http://cream.sourceforge.net/spellcheck.html

Posted by Steve Hall 2006-02-17

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