Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Vim pr0n: Jamis Buck must die

Sometimes I see something online that makes me rage so hard I long for a nail gun and a sack of adorably cute kittens. Lately I've been seeing assloads of vimrc files with this in them:

map <leader>d :execute 'NERDTreeToggle ' . getcwd()<CR>

Awww, isn't that cute? BUT ITS WRONG!!!1

It all comes from this blog post. OMFG Jamis Buck, I will find you, and I will fuck you. Then I'm gonna shove my entire $12 keyboard into your anus and turn it sideways before I squash you into a fetal ball and use copious amounts of superglue to bind your hands to your ass, and your scrotum to your tonsils. Then I'll bowl you down a hill into a set of garbage cans and put the video on youtube.

The :NERDTreeToggle command defaults to the current working directory anyway. So, if you have the above line in your vimrc, delete it immediately and replace it with this:

nnoremap <leader>d :NERDTreeToggle<cr>

DO IT!

8 comments:

  1. Hello,

    My name is Jamis Buck. I do not appreciate your plans of what you want to do with me.

    Go steal a car, or something.

    Love always,
    Jamis

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  2. Hello,

    Jamis' Fuzzy Finder in TextMate Mode is wonderful.

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  3. Its true, textmate mode is awesome <3

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  4. scrooloose,

    My name is Jamis Buck. You appear to have posted a comment on this blog entry but have neglected to answer my initial comment. I am greatly distressed and my sexual feelings for you are diminishing substantially every time a minute passes by.

    Go masty on the rooftop of your closest hospital, or something.

    Yours homo-erotically,
    Jamis

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  5. scrooloose,

    Hello,

    My name is Jamis Buck. What are all this person impersonating me. Do you have potato?

    Stop it, you.

    Sincerely,
    Jamis

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  6. scrooloose,

    Disregard that, I suck cocks.

    Sincerely,
    Jamis

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  7. Hi,

    I am using NerdTree v3.1. I was trying to make NerdTree switch to my current directory with a keyboard shortcut.

    If I use NerdTreeToggle, I have to repeat the command twice. Once for hiding the window and then showing it again with the current directory. Is this the expected behaviour?

    regards,
    Venkat

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  8. Dearest Scrooloose,

    My name is Jamis Buck. I need your cactus in me - right now!

    Your one and only,
    Jamis

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