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stargazer.vim

Fuzzy find and navigate to your starred repositories, straight outta vim.

Installation

Stargazer utilizes the Octokit gem to pull down your starred repositories, and utilizes fzf to fuzzy find those starred repositories. You'll need to install fzf and install Octokit via:

gem install octokit

Then, install the required vim plugins using vim-plug:

Plug 'junegunn/fzf', { 'dir': '~/.fzf', 'do': './install --all' }
Plug 'junegunn/fzf.vim'
Plug 'anhari/vim-stargazer'

Usage

This plugin has three commands:

:FetchStars <github_username>
:Stargaze
:OpenRepository <github_username>/<repository_name>

The heart of this plugin lies in the :Stargaze command, which will allow you to fuzzy find (using fzf) a repository you have starred on GitHub and navigate to its page on GitHub on selection. Before using this command, you'll have to populate these stars using the :FetchStars <github_username command.

FetchStars

:FetchStars <github_username>

This will fetch and store a list of your starred repositories in ~/.starred_repositories.

Stargaze

:Stargaze

Fuzzy find a repository from your list of starred repositories, created via the FetchStars method.

OpenRepository

:OpenRepository <github_username>/<repository_name>

Open a specific repository, i.e.: :OpenRepository anhari/vim-stargazer

Navigate directly to README sections

You also have the option to navigate directly to a repository's README by setting the following global vim variable:

let g:StargazerNavigateToREADME = 1