Note: this plugin has been deprecated as I am replacing my own usage with that of vim-pencil which provides similar functionality.
This is a Vim plugin designed to make it easy to flip between 'soft' and
'hard' wrapping when editing text-like files. Typically one comes across
various text files which have no hard carriage returns to wrap text - each
paragraph is one long line (e.g. many Markdown files are like this). Other
files use "hard" wrapping (like this README, for example), where each line
ending is "hard" wrapped using the author's preference for line length
(typically in the 78-80 character range). This plugin makes it easy to quickly flip between the two when files are open,
setting the relevant vim settings to make it "natural" to edit the file that
way. At the moment, this just changes
wrap/nowrap. It will
also re-map the up and down keys depending on the wrapping style, so they
move by screen line in soft mode.
As well as installing the plugin (see 'Installation' below), you will also
likely want to have some keybindings for the
commands, which flip between the different types of wrapping. This should
probably look roughly like this in your vim configuration (change the keys
themselves to your preference):
nnoremap <Leader>ws :SoftWrapMode<CR> nnoremap <Leader>wh :HardWrapMode<CR> nnoremap <Leader>wt :ToggleWrapMode<CR>
set g:wrapping_softhard_textwidth_for_hard=NNN- column at which text is wrapped by default in hard wrapping mode. Defaults to 79.
set g:wrapping_softhard_default_hard='soft'|'hard'- set to either 'hard' or 'soft', determines which is the default for newly-loaded files. This is 'hard' by default if not set.
set g:wrapping_softhard_autodetermine=0|1- this determines whether softhard will (1) or will not (0) attempt to automatically determine if a file, when being opened, should be treated with soft or hard line endings and switch modes automatically. Defaults to on.
set g:wrapping_softhard_line_length_compensator=N.N- when determining automatic modes, the plugin will calculate the average line length, and multiply it by this factor. If that's less than g:wrapping_softhard_textwidth_for_hard, hard lines will be used, otherwise soft. This factor is 0.6 by default.
set g:wrapping_softhard_integrate_airline=0|1- by default, the plugin will integrate with vim-airline to automatically add an
.sto the status line next to the encoding type. If you set this to
0, or this plugin detects that
vim-airlineis not loaded (it should be loaded before
vim-wrapping-softhard), this will not happen.
Like any vim plugin.
There are some vader tests in the