Today we're checking out a fairly simple vim plugin called indentline which basically adds a line into vim that marks your level of indentation, while not being useful for every language if you care about your indentation this might be something worth checking out.
IndentLine GitHub: https://github.com/Yggdroot/indentLine
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|5:05||Check Filetype & BufType|
|8:39||Setting IndentLine Chars|
|9:53||Run Over Rest Of Config|
|10:06||Don't Do This|
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