I’m learning VIM and Python, novice for both. I would like to use VIM as a Python editor and I’d like to run python directly from the VIM editor. I use Anaconda for my python install. I built VIM from source so I could be sure VIM uses Anaconda instead of the system python. After I built VIM it appears to be working and using the Anaconda install but :version shows ‘-python3’ (thought it should be ‘+python3’). Being a total novice to python, VIM, unix, etc., I’m not sure if I have VIM installed properly.
Also, I was wondering the best way to run python from VIM. Is there a better way than typing ‘:w !python’?
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