Vim as IDE for Julia

Despite being introduced recently (in 2012), Julia is growing in popularity as a general programming language and especially as a powerful tool in data analytics. Julia combines the productivity of interpreted languages such as R and Python and the efficiency of compiled languages such as C, C++ and Fortran and hence overcomes the “two language problem”.  Benhcmarks show that Julia performance is quite near that of C with the help of its powerful JIT compiler. The package base is quickly keeping up pace with the large bases of more established languages. The compiled assembly code of Julia code can be easily viewed from within its interactive shell (and its low level efficiency can be witnessed).
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