Real Vim ninjas count every keystroke - do you? Head on over to vimgolf.com, pick a challenge, and show us what you've got!
- Each challenge provides an input file, and an output file
- Your goal is to modify the input file such that it matches the output
- Once you install the vimgolf CLI, pick a challenge, open a prompt and put away!
When you launch a challenge from the command line, it will be downloaded from the site and a local Vim session will be launched, which will log every keystroke you make. Once you're done, simply :wq (write and quit) the session and we will score your input and upload it back to the site!
Setup & Play
$> gem install vimgolf (Go to vimgolf.com, sign in, and grab your API key) $> vimgolf setup (Pick a challenge on vimgolf.com) $> vimgolf put [challenge ID]
Setup & Play (Docker)
On a machine with Docker installed
$> docker run --rm -it -e "key=[vimgolf key]" kramos/vimgolf [challenge ID]
Emacs: yes, it is true, you can play vimgolf in emacs too!
Patches, tips and ideas are welcome!
(MIT License) - Copyright (c) 2010 Ilya Grigorik