Another way to install it on MacOS is using brew: brew.sh (Which is one of the tools you should be using if your Dev environment is MacOS :)) and executing the following command:
brew install vim
or if you prefer MacVim:
brew install macvim
Thanks, Christian! ❤ I totally didn't include that in my article. I should've clarified that I wrote this because I wanted to learn how to update Vim without a package-manager like homebrew and symlink the application myself.
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