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psettings aka Project Settings

Description

This plugin allows you to have different vim settings for each project.

If you're working with different coding standards (X project has shiftwidth 2, Y project has shiftwidth 4, etc), it can become cumbersome to always work with vim.

This project solves this.

Usage

Put a .psettings file at the root of your project. In this file, put the following line:

php:
module:
install:
inc:
    Drupal

That is, if you want to use the Drupal project settings for the following extensions: .php, .module, .install and .inc. You can also use the * wildcard to have a psetting applied to all your files.

The default settings are in the settings/ folder of this plugin. You can add your own settings folder by putting the following in your vimrc:

let g:psettings_custom_path = '/your/path/to/settings/'

If a settings file is found in both folders, both will be used.

The names you put in the .psettings file must match the filename of the settings file, less the .vim extension.

You can put several project settings in your .psettings file, each settings file will be read sequentially. This allows you to have one "major" settings file(for example, all the projects in the PHP language), and several "minor" settings modes (Drupal projects, Symfony projects, Zend projects, etc).

Basically, for the following .psettings file:

*:
    Something
php:
    PHP
js:
    JavaScript
css:
    CSS

The following commands will be executed:

au BufNewFile,BufRead *.* :call Psettings("Something")
au BufNewFile,BufRead *.php :call Psettings("PHP")
au BufNewFile,BufRead *.js :call Psettings("JavaScript")
au BufNewFile,BufRead *.css :call Psettings("CSS")

If you simply want to run a project settings, you can also run the following command:

:call Psettings("Drupal")

Roadmap

See the issue queue.

Contributors

License

MIT License.