Although Vim is easy to operate, for a Chinese developer, the default configuration of Vim is often garbled.
The second problem is indenting, how to make different system platforms see the same format of code layout.
When participating in open source projects, there are many common code specifications that deserve to be set as defaults.
I usually set tab to 4 spaces, and then use unix standard form of < LF >. As for the random code problem, I use this code to solve itif has("multi_byte") set encoding=utf-8 " English messages only "language messages zh_CN.utf-8 if has('win32') language english let &termencoding=&encoding endif set fencs=utf-8,gbk,chinese,latin1 set formatoptions+=mM set nobomb " 不使用 Unicode 签名 if v:lang =~? '^\(zh\)\|\(ja\)\|\(ko\)' set ambiwidth=double endif else echoerr "Sorry, this version of (g)vim was not compiled with +multi_byte" endif