TLDR; here’s a snapshot of what you need in ~/.vimrc:
Congratulations for your good taste.
Vim will generally expect to find the configuration file located in your home directory. If you already have settings in there, you should be able to just append what you need to the end. If the file doesn’t already exist, that’s okay, you can create it from scratch. Just make sure it’s at ~/.vimrc
Make sure they are converted into spaces with the noexpandtab parameter!
Additionally, Vim generally appends an extra line by default. Most of Holberton’s curriculum expects this behavior. However, the semistandard linter isn’t happy with newlines at the end, so the nofixendofline setting will prevent this.
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