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## Finding your config file location:

### Unix

In unix systems, it's simple, it's in your home directory and it's named
.vimrc

### Windows

On windows boxes, it might be a bit more complex.  Easiest way to find out is within vm type:
:echo \$HOME

I like to change the path into an SVN repo.  To do this, I use symlinks:

## File Naming Standard:

### Unix:

The file starts with a dot to indicate that it is a hidden file.
.vimrc

### Windows:

The file starts with a underscore since windows bites. (maybe that's not helpful... whatever)
_vimrc