Vim is my preferred text editor when I program, and thus I always run into a particularly annoying issue.
Frequently, when I quickly need to save the buffer and continue on to some other miscellaneous task, I do the typical
However, I – what seems to be like more than 50% of the time – always manage to capitalise that
:w. Naturally, vim yells at me because
W is an invalid command
E492: Not an editor command: W
My question is how can one alias colon-commands in vim. Particularly, could you exemplify how to alias
I am aware of the process to map keys to certain commands. Unfortunately, that is not what I'm looking for.