Run for the sink and fetch a glass of water, and snatch your padded bike shorts off the clothes horse on the way back cos syntastic is gonna kick you in the ass hard enough to cause the oral ejection of your spleen.
Tired of waiting for your rails environment to load only to find you failed @ syntax??
Did you just reload that web page only to be told you can't balance brackets to save your own testicles?
Have you just wasted precious seconds of your life only to see gcc whinging about a missing semi colon?
RAPING DAMN IT!!!1
Syntastic can save you time by running your code through external syntax checkers to detect errors. It provides the following features:
- Errors can be loaded and displayed in a location list.
- A configurable statusline flag is available to display a summary of errors.
- Signs can be placed next to lines with errors or warnings.
- Offending parts of lines can be highlighted.
- Balloons are can be used to display error messages.
Syntastic can be configured to be as intrusive or as passive as you want it to be - to the point where you invoke it manually.
pathogen.vim is the recommended way to install syntastic.
cd ~/.vim/bundle git clone https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic.git
Then reload vim, run
:Helptags, and check out
To get information or make suggestions check out the google group.
- when the cursor is on a line containing an error, echo the
- error msg (kevinw)
- various bug fixes and refactoring
- updates/fixes to existing checkers:
- html (millermedeiros)
- php (add support for phpcs - technosophos)
- add an applescript checker (Zhai Cai)
- add support for hyphenated filetypes (JNRowe)
- Add support for highlighting the erroneous parts of lines (kstep)
- Add support for displaying errors via balloons (kstep)
- Add syntastic_mode_map option to give more control over when checking should be done.
- Add :SyntasticCheck command to force a syntax check - useful in passive mode (justone).
- Add the option to automatically close the location list, but not automatically open it (milkypostman)
- Add syntastic_auto_jump option to automatically jump to the first error (milkypostman)
Only source syntax checkers as needed - instead of loading all of them when vim starts
Support for new filetypes:
- less (julienXX)
- docbook (tpope)
- matlab (jasongraham)
- go (dtjm)
- puppet (uggedal, roman, zsprackett)
- haskell (baldo, roman)
- tcl (et)
- vala (kstep)
- cuda (temporaer)
- css (oryband, sitedyno)
- fortran (Karl Yngve Lervåg)
- xml (kusnier)
- xslt (kusnier)
- erlang (kTT)
- zpt (claytron)
updates to existing checkers:
- sass/scss (tmm1, atourino, dlee, epeli)
- ruby (changa)
- perl (harleypig)
- haml (bmihelac)
- php (kstep, docteurklein)
- python (kstep, soli)
- lua (kstep)
- html (kstep)
- xhtml (kstep)
- c (kongo2002, brandonw)
- cpp (kongo2002)
- coffee (industrial)
- eruby (sergevm)