Vim has a “built-in” functionality of displaying man pages. To activate this, add this to your
This will load a standard plugin shipped with vim. You are now able to view the man page of a command with the vim command
:Man. For example, if you want to know what the c function
sbrk does, type
:Man 2 sbrk
If the function is already in the buffer, put the cursor on the function and hit
K (as in
Shift-k) to view the manual page of it. This only works on functions without hyphens.