UPD0: Thank you everybody for such appreciation of my plugin! It inspired me to continue improving it and now my plugin can parse contest, create file structure of it, has primitive testing on downloaded samples, shows list of contests (thanks to I_love_Hoang_Yen), problem statement is parsing correctly and so on. You can see changelog on github, I think I wont duplicate it here. Everybody who is interested in it, update plugin without any notification.
Happy birthday, CodeForces! This is my favorite site, cause here I can find lots of useful and interesting things. And everything is done with good sense of humor and is constantly upgrading. So I decided to improve some users' life too :)
I started using vim as main IDE for about one year ago. In the beginning, as was implied, I didn't estimate all advantages of it and coded in Code::Blocks or QtCreator, depending on problem. But later, when I
installed all plugins knew how to use it, I don't like other IDE's. It is true only for C++ and, imho, python. What about Java, I use Intellij IDEA and Eclipse, but can redact small files in vim too. I can write big post about advantages of vim, but I'll tell only about one, which was "born" some days ago and is has the same idea as (J|C)Helper
Main page of plugin is on github, here I post only screens and main features of it.
- Watch standings of contest(friends, official, unofficial, room)
Colors of users are user-defined. Full coloring in next versions.
- Load problem text (except for formula-pictures)
- Load last submission of problem of user(like ctrl-click in browser) For example, qwerty787788' submission of F problem from previous contest:
All comments/suggestions/critic write to mail/here/github
Text was translated by me, so, please, write about all inaccuracies of translation in PM.