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" Vim filetype plugin file for adding getter/setter methods
" Language: Java
" Maintainer: Pete Kazmier (pete-vim AT kazmier DOT com)
" Last Change: 2002 Nov 21
" Revision: $Id: java_getset.vim,v 1.10 2002/12/02 15:14:31 kaz Exp $
" Credit:
" - Based on jcommenter.vim by Kalle Björklid <bjorklid@st.jyu.fi.
" - Thanks to Dan Sharp for his feedback, suggestions and help.
" - Thanks to Steven Op de beeck for his feedback and help.
"
" =======================================================================
"
" Copyright 2002 by Peter Kazmier
"
" Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
" modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
" are met:
"
" 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
" notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
"
" 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
" copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
" disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided
" with the distribution.
"
" 3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote
" products derived from this software without specific prior
" written permission.
"
" THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS
" OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
" WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
" ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY
" DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
" DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
" GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
" INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
" WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
" NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
" SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
"
" =======================================================================
"
" DESCRIPTION
" This filetype plugin enables a user to automatically add getter/setter
" methods for Java properties. The script will insert a getter, setter,
" or both depending on the command/mapping invoked. Users can select
" properties one at a time, or in bulk (via a visual block or specifying a
" range). In either case, the selected block may include comments as they
" will be ignored during the parsing. For example, you could select all
" of these properties with a single visual block.
"
" public class Test
" {
" // The global count
" private static int count;
"
" /** The name */
" private String name;
"
" /** The array of addresses */
" private String[] address;
" }
"
" The script will also add the 'static' modifier to the method if the
" property was declared as 'static'. Array-based properties will get
" additional methods added to support indexing. In addition, if a
" property is declared 'final', it will not generate a setter for it.
" If a previous getter OR setter exists for a property, the script will
" not add any methods (under the assumption that you've manually added
" your own).
"
" The getters/setters that are inserted can be configured by the user.
" First, the insertion point can be selected. It can be one of the
" following: before the current line / block, after the current line /
" block, or at the end of the class (default). Finally, the text that is
" inserted can be configured by defining your own templates. This allows
" the user to format for his/her coding style. For example, the default
" value for s:javagetset_getterTemplate is:
"
" /**
" * Get %varname%.
" *
" * @return %varname% as %type%.
" */
" %modifiers% %type% %funcname%()
" {
" return %varname%;
" }
"
" Where the items surrounded by % are parameters that are substituted when
" the script is invoked on a particular property. For more information on
" configuration, please see the section below on the INTERFACE.
"
" INTERFACE (commands, mappings, and variables)
" The following section documents the commands, mappings, and variables
" used to customize the behavior of this script.
"
" Commands:
" :InsertGetterSetter
" Inserts a getter/setter for the property on the current line, or
" the range of properties specified via a visual block or x,y range
" notation. The user is prompted to determine what type of method
" to insert.
"
" :InsertGetterOnly
" Inserts a getter for the property on the current line, or the
" range of properties specified via a visual block or x,y range
" notation. The user is not prompted.
"
" :InsertSetterOnly
" Inserts a setter for the property on the current line, or the
" range of properties specified via a visual block or x,y range
" notation. The user is not prompted.
"
" :InsertBothGetterSetter
" Inserts a getter and setter for the property on the current line,
" or the range of properties specified via a visual block or x,y
" range notation. The user is not prompted.
"
"
" Mappings:
" The following mappings are pre-defined. You can disable the mappings
" by setting a variable (see the Variables section below). The default
" key mappings use the <LocalLeader> which is the backslash key by
" default '\'. This can also be configured via a variable (see below).
"
" <LocalLeader>p (or <Plug>JavagetsetInsertGetterSetter)
" Inserts a getter/setter for the property on the current line, or
" the range of properties specified via a visual block. User is
" prompted for choice.
"
" <LocalLeader>g (or <Plug>JavagetsetInsertGetterOnly)
" Inserts a getter for the property on the current line, or the
" range of properties specified via a visual block. User is not
" prompted.
"
" <LocalLeader>s (or <Plug>JavagetsetInsertSetterOnly)
" Inserts a getter for the property on the current line, or the
" range of properties specified via a visual block. User is not
" prompted.
"
" <LocalLeader>b (or <Plug>JavagetsetInsertBothGetterSetter)
" Inserts both a getter and setter for the property on the current
" line, or the range of properties specified via a visual block.
" User is not prompted.
"
" If you want to define your own mapping, you can map whatever you want
" to <Plug>JavagetsetInsertGetterSetter (or any of the other <Plug>s
" defined above). For example,
"
" map <buffer> <C-p> <Plug>JavagetsetInsertGetterSetter
"
" When you define your own mapping, the default mapping does not get
" set, only the mapping you specify.
"
" Variables:
" The following variables allow you to customize the behavior of this
" script so that you do not need to make changes directly to the script.
" These variables can be set in your vimrc.
"
" no_plugin_maps
" Setting this variable will disable all key mappings defined by any
" of your plugins (if the plugin writer adhered to the standard
" convention documented in the scripting section of the VIM manual)
" including this one.
"
" no_java_maps
" Setting this variable will disable all key mappings defined by any
" java specific plugin including this one.
"
" maplocalleader
" By default, the key mappings defined by this script use
" <LocalLeader> which is the backslash character by default. You can
" change this by setting this variable to a different key. For
" example, if you want to use the comma-key, you can add this line to
" your vimrc:
"
" let maplocalleader = ','
"
" b:javagetset_insertPosition
" This variable determines the location where the getter and/or setter
" will be inserted. Currently, three positions have been defined:
"
" 0 - insert at the end of the class (default)
" 1 - insert before the current line / block
" 2 - insert after the current line / block
"
" b:javagetset_getterTemplate
" b:javagetset_setterTemplate
" b:javagetset_getterArrayTemplate
" b:javagetset_setterArrayTemplate
" These variables determine the text that will be inserted for a
" getter, setter, array-based getter, and array-based setter
" respectively. The templates may contain the following placeholders
" which will be substituted by their appropriate values at insertion
" time:
"
" %type% Java type of the property
" %varname% The name of the property
" %funcname% The method name ("getXzy" or "setXzy")
" %modifiers% "public" followed by "static" if the property is static
"
" For example, if you wanted to set the default getter template so
" that it would produce the following block of code for a property
" defined as "public static String name":
"
" /**
" * Get name.
" * @return name as String
" */
" public static String getName() { return name; }
"
" This block of code can be produced by adding the following variable
" definition to your vimrc file.
"
" let b:javagetset_getterTemplate =
" \ "\n" .
" \ "/**\n" .
" \ " * Get %varname%.\n" .
" \ " * @return %varname% as %type%.\n" .
" \ " */\n" .
" \ "%modifiers% %type% %funcname%() { return %varname%; }"
"
" The defaults for these variables are defined in the script. For
" both the getterTemplate and setterTemplate, there is a corresponding
" array-baded template that is invoked if a property is array-based.
" This allows you to set indexed-based getters/setters if you desire.
" This is the default behavior.
"
"
" INSTALLATION
" 1. Copy the script to your ${HOME}/.vim/ftplugins directory and make
" sure its named "java_getset.vim" or "java_something.vim" where
" "something" can be anything you want.
"
" 2. (Optional) Customize the mapping and/or templates. You can create
" your own filetype plugin (just make sure its loaded before this one)
" and set the variables in there (i.e. ${HOME}/.vim/ftplugin/java.vim)
"
" =======================================================================
"
" NOTE:
" This is my very first VIM script. I read all of the documentation, and
" have tried to follow the conventions outlined there; however, I may have
" missed some so please bear with me.
" Only do this when not done yet for this buffer
if exists("b:did_javagetset_ftplugin")
finish
endif
let b:did_javagetset_ftplugin = 1
" Make sure we are in vim mode
let s:save_cpo = &cpo
set cpo&vim
" TEMPLATE SECTION:
" The templates can use the following placeholders which will be replaced
" with appropriate values when the template is invoked:
"
" %type% Java type of the property
" %varname% The name of the property
" %funcname% The method name ("getXzy" or "setXzy")
" %modifiers% "public" followed by "static" if the property is static
"
" The templates consist of a getter and setter template. In addition,
" there are also templates for array-based properties. These are defined
" below.
"
" Getter Templates (non-array and array-based)
if exists("b:javagetset_getterTemplate")
let s:javagetset_getterTemplate = b:javagetset_getterTemplate
else
let s:javagetset_getterTemplate =
\ "\n" .
\ "/**\n" .
\ " * Get %varname%.\n" .
\ " *\n" .
\ " * @return %varname% as %type%.\n" .
\ " */\n" .
\ "%modifiers% %type% %funcname%()\n" .
\ "{\n" .
\ " return %varname%;\n" .
\ "}"
endif
if exists("b:javagetset_getterArrayTemplate")
let s:javagetset_getterArrayTemplate = b:javagetset_getterArrayTemplate
else
let s:javagetset_getterArrayTemplate =
\ "\n" .
\ "/**\n" .
\ " * Get %varname%.\n" .
\ " *\n" .
\ " * @return %varname% as %type%[].\n" .
\ " */\n" .
\ "%modifiers% %type%[] %funcname%()\n" .
\ "{\n" .
\ " return %varname%;\n" .
\ "}\n" .
\ "\n" .
\ "/**\n" .
\ " * Get %varname% element at specified index.\n" .
\ " *\n" .
\ " * @param index the index.\n" .
\ " * @return %varname% at index as %type%.\n" .
\ " */\n" .
\ "%modifiers% %type% %funcname%(int index)\n" .
\ "{\n" .
\ " return %varname%[index];\n" .
\ "}"
endif
" Setter Templates (non-array and array-based)
if exists("b:javagetset_setterTemplate")
let s:javagetset_setterTemplate = b:javagetset_setterTemplate
else
let s:javagetset_setterTemplate =
\ "\n" .
\ "/**\n" .
\ " * Set %varname%.\n" .
\ " *\n" .
\ " * @param %varname% the value to set.\n" .
\ " */\n" .
\ "%modifiers% void %funcname%(%type% %varname%)\n" .
\ "{\n" .
\ " this.%varname% = %varname%;\n" .
\ "}"
endif
if exists("b:javagetset_setterArrayTemplate")
let s:javagetset_setterArrayTemplate = b:javagetset_setterArrayTemplate
else
let s:javagetset_setterArrayTemplate =
\ "\n" .
\ "/**\n" .
\ " * Set %varname%.\n" .
\ " *\n" .
\ " * @param %varname% the value to set.\n" .
\ " */\n" .
\ "%modifiers% void %funcname%(%type%[] %varname%)\n" .
\ "{\n" .
\ " this.%varname% = %varname%;\n" .
\ "}\n" .
\ "\n" .
\ "/**\n" .
\ " * Set %varname% at the specified index.\n" .
\ " *\n" .
\ " * @param %varname% the value to set.\n" .
\ " * @param index the index.\n" .
\ " */\n" .
\ "%modifiers% void %funcname%(%type% %varname%, int index)\n" .
\ "{\n" .
\ " this.%varname%[index] = %varname%;\n" .
\ "}"
endif
" Position where methods are inserted. The possible values are:
" 0 - end of class
" 1 = above block / line
" 2 = below block / line
if exists("b:javagetset_insertPosition")
let s:javagetset_insertPosition = b:javagetset_insertPosition
else
let s:javagetset_insertPosition = 0
endif
" Script local variables that are used like globals.
"
" If set to 1, the user has requested that getters be inserted
let s:getter = 0
" If set to 1, the user has requested that setters be inserted
let s:setter = 0
" If set to 1, the property was a static property (i.e. static methods)
let s:static = 0
" If set to 1, the property was declared final (i.e. doesn't need a setter)
let s:final = 0
" If set to 1, use the array based templates
let s:isarray = 0
" The current indentation level of the property (i.e. used for the methods)
let s:indent = ''
" The list of property modifiers
let s:modifiers = ''
" The type of the property
let s:vartype = ''
" If the property is an array, the []'s will be stored here
let s:vararray = ''
" The name of the property
let s:varname = ''
" The function name of the property (capitalized varname)
let s:funcname = ''
" The first line of the block selected
let s:firstline = 0
" The last line of the block selected
let s:lastline = 0
" Regular expressions used to match property statements
let s:javaname = '[a-zA-Z_$][a-zA-Z0-9_$]*'
let s:brackets = '\(\s*\(\[\s*\]\)\)\='
let s:modifier = '\(private\|protected\|public\|volatile\|static\|final\)'
let s:variable = '\(\s*\)\(\(' . s:modifier . '\s\+\)*\)\(' . s:javaname . '\)' . s:brackets . '\s\+\(' . s:javaname . '\)\s*\(;\|=[^;]\+;\)'
" The main entry point. This function saves the current position of the
" cursor without the use of a mark (see note below) Then the selected
" region is processed for properties.
"
" FIXME: I wanted to avoid clobbering any marks in use by the user, so I
" manually try to save the current position and restore it. The only drag
" is that the position isn't restored correctly if the user opts to insert
" the methods ABOVE the current position. Using a mark would solve this
" problem as they are automatically adjusted. Perhaps I just haven't
" found it yet, but I wish that VIM would let a scripter save a mark and
" then restore it later. Why? In this case, I'd be able to use a mark
" safely without clobbering any user marks already set. First, I'd save
" the contents of the mark, then set the mark, do my stuff, jump back to
" the mark, and finally restore the mark to what the user may have had
" previously set. Seems weird to me that you can't save/restore marks.
"
if !exists("*s:InsertGetterSetter")
function s:InsertGetterSetter(flag) range
let restorepos = line(".") . "normal!" . virtcol(".") . "|"
let s:firstline = a:firstline
let s:lastline = a:lastline
if s:DetermineAction(a:flag)
call s:ProcessRegion(s:GetRangeAsString(a:firstline, a:lastline))
endif
execute restorepos
" Not sure why I need this but if I don't have it, the drawing on the
" screen is messed up from my insert. Perhaps I'm doing something
" wrong, but it seems to me that I probably shouldn't be calling
" redraw.
redraw!
endfunction
endif
" Set the appropriate script variables (s:getter and s:setter) to
" appropriate values based on the flag that was selected. The current
" valid values for flag are: 'g' for getter, 's' for setter, 'b' for both
" getter/setter, and 'a' for ask/prompt user.
if !exists("*s:DetermineAction")
function s:DetermineAction(flag)
if a:flag == 'g'
let s:getter = 1
let s:setter = 0
elseif a:flag == 's'
let s:getter = 0
let s:setter = 1
elseif a:flag == 'b'
let s:getter = 1
let s:setter = 1
elseif a:flag == 'a'
return s:DetermineAction(s:AskUser())
else
return 0
endif
return 1
endfunction
endif
" Ask the user what they want to insert, getter, setter, or both. Return
" an appropriate flag for use with s:DetermineAction, or return 0 if the
" user cancelled out.
if !exists("*s:AskUser")
function s:AskUser()
let choice =
\ confirm("What do you want to insert?",
\ "&Getter\n&Setter\n&Both", 3)
if choice == 0
return 0
elseif choice == 1
return 'g'
elseif choice == 2
return 's'
elseif choice == 3
return 'b'
else
return 0
endif
endfunction
endif
" Gets a range specified by a first and last line and returns it as a
" single string that will eventually be parsed using regular expresssions.
" For example, if the following lines were selected:
"
" // Age
" private int age;
"
" // Name
" private static String name;
"
" Then, the following string would be returned:
"
" // Age private int age; // Name priavte static String name;
"
if !exists("*s:GetRangeAsString")
function s:GetRangeAsString(first, last)
let line = a:first
let string = s:TrimRight(getline(line))
while line < a:last
let line = line + 1
let string = string . s:TrimRight(getline(line))
endwhile
return string
endfunction
endif
" Trim whitespace from right of string.
if !exists("*s:TrimRight")
function s:TrimRight(text)
return substitute(a:text, '\(\.\{-}\)\s*$', '\1', '')
endfunction
endif
" Process the specified region indicated by the user. The region is
" simply a concatenated string of the lines that were selected by the
" user. This string is searched for properties (that match the s:variable
" regexp). Each property is then processed. For example, if the region
" was:
"
" // Age private int age; // Name priavte static String name;
"
" Then, the following strings would be processed one at a time:
"
" private int age;
" private static String name;
"
if !exists("*s:ProcessRegion")
function s:ProcessRegion(region)
let startPosition = match(a:region, s:variable, 0)
let endPosition = matchend(a:region, s:variable, 0)
while startPosition != -1
let result = strpart(a:region, startPosition, endPosition - startPosition)
call s:ProcessVariable(result)
let startPosition = match(a:region, s:variable, endPosition)
let endPosition = matchend(a:region, s:variable, endPosition)
endwhile
endfunction
endif
" Process a single property. The first thing this function does is
" break apart the property into the following components: indentation,
" modifiers ,type, array, and name. In addition, the following other
" components are then derived from the previous: funcname, static,
" final, and isarray. For example, if the specified variable was:
"
" private static String name;
"
" Then the following would be set for the global variables:
"
" indent = ' '
" modifiers = 'private static'
" vartype = 'String'
" vararray = ''
" varname = 'name'
" funcname = 'Name'
" static = 1
" final = 0
" isarray = 0
"
if !exists("*s:ProcessVariable")
function s:ProcessVariable(variable)
let s:static = 0
let s:isarray = 0
let s:final = 0
let s:indent = substitute(a:variable, s:variable, '\1', '')
let s:modifiers = substitute(a:variable, s:variable, '\2', '')
let s:vartype = substitute(a:variable, s:variable, '\5', '')
let s:vararray = substitute(a:variable, s:variable, '\7', '')
let s:varname = substitute(a:variable, s:variable, '\8', '')
let s:funcname = toupper(s:varname[0]) . strpart(s:varname, 1)
" If any getter or setter already exists, then just return as there
" is nothing to be done. The assumption is that the user already
" made his choice.
if s:AlreadyExists()
return
endif
if s:modifiers =~ 'static'
let s:static = 1
endif
if s:modifiers =~ 'final'
let s:final = 1
endif
if s:vararray =~ '['
let s:isarray = 1
endif
if s:getter
call s:InsertGetter()
endif
if s:setter && !s:final
call s:InsertSetter()
endif
endfunction
endif
" Checks to see if any getter/setter exists.
if !exists("*s:AlreadyExists")
function s:AlreadyExists()
return search('\(get\|set\)' . s:funcname . '\_s*([^)]*)\_s*{', 'w')
endfunction
endif
" Inserts a getter by selecting the appropriate template to use and then
" populating the template parameters with actual values.
if !exists("*s:InsertGetter")
function s:InsertGetter()
if s:isarray
let method = s:javagetset_getterArrayTemplate
else
let method = s:javagetset_getterTemplate
endif
let mods = "public"
if s:static
let mods = mods . " static"
endif
let method = substitute(method, '%type%', s:vartype, 'g')
let method = substitute(method, '%varname%', s:varname, 'g')
let method = substitute(method, '%funcname%', 'get' . s:funcname, 'g')
let method = substitute(method, '%modifiers%', mods, 'g')
call s:InsertMethodBody(method)
endfunction
endif
" Inserts a setter by selecting the appropriate template to use and then
" populating the template parameters with actual values.
if !exists("*s:InsertSetter")
function s:InsertSetter()
if s:isarray
let method = s:javagetset_setterArrayTemplate
else
let method = s:javagetset_setterTemplate
endif
let mods = "public"
if s:static
let mods = mods . " static"
endif
let method = substitute(method, '%type%', s:vartype, 'g')
let method = substitute(method, '%varname%', s:varname, 'g')
let method = substitute(method, '%funcname%', 'set' . s:funcname, 'g')
let method = substitute(method, '%modifiers%', mods, 'g')
call s:InsertMethodBody(method)
endfunction
endif
" Inserts a body of text using the indentation level. The passed string
" may have embedded newlines so we need to search for each "line" and then
" call append separately. I couldn't figure out how to get a string with
" newlines to be added in one single call to append (it kept inserting the
" newlines as ^@ characters which is not what I wanted).
if !exists("*s:InsertMethodBody")
function s:InsertMethodBody(text)
call s:MoveToInsertPosition()
let pos = line('.')
let string = a:text
while 1
let len = stridx(string, "\n")
if len == -1
call append(pos, s:indent . string)
break
endif
call append(pos, s:indent . strpart(string, 0, len))
let pos = pos + 1
let string = strpart(string, len + 1)
endwhile
endfunction
endif
" Move the cursor to the insertion point. This insertion point can be
" defined by the user by setting the b:javagetset_insertPosition variable.
if !exists("*s:MoveToInsertPosition")
function s:MoveToInsertPosition()
" 1 indicates above the current block / line
if s:javagetset_insertPosition == 1
execute "normal! " . (s:firstline - 1) . "G0"
" 2 indicates below the current block / line
elseif s:javagetset_insertPosition == 2
execute "normal! " . s:lastline . "G0"
" 0 indicates end of class (and is default)
else
execute "normal! ?{\<CR>w99[{%k" | nohls
endif
endfunction
endif
" Debug code to decode the properties.
if !exists("*s:DebugParsing")
function s:DebugParsing(variable)
echo 'DEBUG: ===================================================='
echo 'DEBUG:' a:variable
echo 'DEBUG: ----------------------------------------------------'
echo 'DEBUG: indent:' substitute(a:variable, s:variable, '\1', '')
echo 'DEBUG: modifiers:' substitute(a:variable, s:variable, '\2', '')
echo 'DEBUG: type:' substitute(a:variable, s:variable, '\5', '')
echo 'DEBUG: array:' substitute(a:variable, s:variable, '\7', '')
echo 'DEBUG: name:' substitute(a:variable, s:variable, '\8', '')
echo ''
endfunction
endif
" Add mappings, unless the user didn't want this. I'm still not clear why
" I need to have two (2) noremap statements for each, but that is what the
" example shows in the documentation so I've stuck with that convention.
" Ideally, I'd prefer to use only one noremap line and map the <Plug>
" directly to the ':call <SID>function()<CR>'.
if !exists("no_plugin_maps") && !exists("no_java_maps")
if !hasmapto('<Plug>JavagetsetInsertGetterSetter')
map <unique> <buffer> <LocalLeader>p <Plug>JavagetsetInsertGetterSetter
endif
noremap <buffer> <script>
\ <Plug>JavagetsetInsertGetterSetter
\ <SID>InsertGetterSetter
noremap <buffer>
\ <SID>InsertGetterSetter
\ :call <SID>InsertGetterSetter('a')<CR>
if !hasmapto('<Plug>JavagetsetInsertGetterOnly')
map <unique> <buffer> <LocalLeader>g <Plug>JavagetsetInsertGetterOnly
endif
noremap <buffer> <script>
\ <Plug>JavagetsetInsertGetterOnly
\ <SID>InsertGetterOnly
noremap <buffer>
\ <SID>InsertGetterOnly
\ :call <SID>InsertGetterSetter('g')<CR>
if !hasmapto('<Plug>JavagetsetInsertSetterOnly')
map <unique> <buffer> <LocalLeader>s <Plug>JavagetsetInsertSetterOnly
endif
noremap <buffer> <script>
\ <Plug>JavagetsetInsertSetterOnly
\ <SID>InsertSetterOnly
noremap <buffer>
\ <SID>InsertSetterOnly
\ :call <SID>InsertGetterSetter('s')<CR>
if !hasmapto('<Plug>JavagetsetInsertBothGetterSetter')
map <unique> <buffer> <LocalLeader>b <Plug>JavagetsetInsertBothGetterSetter
endif
noremap <buffer> <script>
\ <Plug>JavagetsetInsertBothGetterSetter
\ <SID>InsertBothGetterSetter
noremap <buffer>
\ <SID>InsertBothGetterSetter
\ :call <SID>InsertGetterSetter('b')<CR>
endif
" Add commands, unless already set.
if !exists(":InsertGetterSetter")
command -range -buffer
\ InsertGetterSetter
\ :<line1>,<line2>call s:InsertGetterSetter('a')
endif
if !exists(":InsertGetterOnly")
command -range -buffer
\ InsertGetterOnly
\ :<line1>,<line2>call s:InsertGetterSetter('g')
endif
if !exists(":InsertSetterOnly")
command -range -buffer
\ InsertSetterOnly
\ :<line1>,<line2>call s:InsertGetterSetter('s')
endif
if !exists(":InsertBothGetterSetter")
command -range -buffer
\ InsertBothGetterSetter
\ :<line1>,<line2>call s:InsertGetterSetter('b')
endif
let &cpo = s:save_cpo
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