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@@ -377,6 +377,7 @@ SRC_MAC = \
src/os_mac.pbproj/project.pbxproj \
src/proto/gui_mac.pro \
src/proto/os_mac.pro \
+ src/proto/os_mac_conv.pro \
# source files for VMS (in the extra archive)
SRC_VMS = \
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-*filetype.txt* For Vim version 7.0aa. Last change: 2005 Aug 24
+*filetype.txt* For Vim version 7.0aa. Last change: 2005 Aug 30
VIM REFERENCE MANUAL by Bram Moolenaar
@@ -44,15 +44,21 @@ Detail: The ":filetype on" command will load one of these files:
name, the file $VIMRUNTIME/scripts.vim is used to detect it from the
contents of the file.
-To add your own file types, see |new-filetype| below.
+To add your own file types, see |new-filetype| below. To search for help on a
+filetype prepend "ft-" and optionally append "-syntax", "-indent" or
+"-plugin". For example: >
+ :help ft-vim-indent
+ :help ft-vim-syntax
+ :help ft-man-plugin
If the file type is not detected automatically, or it finds the wrong type,
you can either set the 'filetype' option manually, or add a modeline to your
file. Example, for in an IDL file use the command: >
:set filetype=idl
-or add this |modeline| to the file: >
- /* vim: set filetype=idl : */
-<
+
+or add this |modeline| to the file:
+ /* vim: set filetype=idl : */ ~
+
*:filetype-plugin-on*
You can enable loading the plugin files for specific file types with: >
:filetype plugin on
@@ -132,16 +138,16 @@ kind of file it is. This doesn't always work. A number of global variables
can be used to overrule the filetype used for certain extensions:
file name variable ~
- *.asa g:filetype_asa |aspvbs-syntax| |aspperl-syntax|
- *.asp g:filetype_asp |aspvbs-syntax| |aspperl-syntax|
- *.asm g:asmsyntax |asm-syntax|
+ *.asa g:filetype_asa |ft-aspvbs-syntax| |ft-aspperl-syntax|
+ *.asp g:filetype_asp |ft-aspvbs-syntax| |ft-aspperl-syntax|
+ *.asm g:asmsyntax |ft-asm-syntax|
*.prg g:filetype_prg
*.pl g:filetype_pl
*.inc g:filetype_inc
- *.w g:filetype_w |cweb-syntax|
- *.i g:filetype_i |progress-syntax|
- *.p g:filetype_p |pascal-syntax|
- *.sh g:bash_is_sh |sh-syntax|
+ *.w g:filetype_w |ft-cweb-syntax|
+ *.i g:filetype_i |ft-progress-syntax|
+ *.p g:filetype_p |ft-pascal-syntax|
+ *.sh g:bash_is_sh |ft-sh-syntax|
*filetype-ignore*
To avoid that certain files are being inspected, the g:ft_ignore_pat variable
@@ -380,7 +386,7 @@ ways to change this:
3. Docs for the default filetype plugins. *ftplugin-docs*
-CHANGELOG *changelog-plugin*
+CHANGELOG *ft-changelog-plugin*
Allows for easy entrance of Changelog entries in Changelog files. There are
some commands, mappings, and variables worth exploring:
@@ -466,7 +472,7 @@ under it. If not found, a new entry and item is prepended to the beginning of
the Changelog.
-FORTRAN *fortran-plugin*
+FORTRAN *ft-fortran-plugin*
Options:
'expandtab' is switched on to avoid tabs as required by the Fortran
@@ -476,10 +482,10 @@ Options:
'formatoptions' is set to break code and comment lines and to preserve long
lines. You can format comments with |gq|.
For further discussion of fortran_have_tabs and the method used for the
-detection of source format see |fortran-syntax|.
+detection of source format see |ft-fortran-syntax|.
-MAIL *mail-plugin*
+MAIL *ft-mail-plugin*
Options:
'modeline' is switched off to avoid the danger of trojan horses, and to
@@ -496,7 +502,7 @@ Local mappings:
to the end of the file in Normal mode. This means "> " is inserted in
each line.
-MAN *man-plugin* *:Man*
+MAN *ft-man-plugin* *:Man*
Displays a manual page in a nice way. Also see the user manual
|find-manpage|.
@@ -523,7 +529,7 @@ CTRL-] Jump to the manual page for the word under the cursor.
CTRL-T Jump back to the previous manual page.
-RPM SPEC *spec-plugin*
+RPM SPEC *ft-spec-plugin*
Since the text for this plugin is rather long it has been put in a separate
file: |pi_spec.txt|.
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-*indent.txt* For Vim version 7.0aa. Last change: 2005 Mar 29
+*indent.txt* For Vim version 7.0aa. Last change: 2005 Aug 30
VIM REFERENCE MANUAL by Bram Moolenaar
@@ -449,15 +449,15 @@ $VIMRUNTIME/indent directory for examples.
REMARKS ABOUT SPECIFIC INDENT FILES ~
-FORTRAN *fortran-indent*
+FORTRAN *ft-fortran-indent*
Block if, select case, and where constructs are indented. Comments, labelled
statements and continuation lines are indented if the Fortran is in free
source form, whereas they are not indented if the Fortran is in fixed source
form because of the left margin requirements. Hence manual indent corrections
will be necessary for labelled statements and continuation lines when fixed
source form is being used. For further discussion of the method used for the
-detection of source format see |fortran-syntax|.
+detection of source format see |ft-fortran-syntax|.
Do loops ~
All do loops are left unindented by default. Do loops can be unstructured in
@@ -485,7 +485,7 @@ to get do loops indented in .f90 files and left alone in Fortran files with
other extensions such as .for.
-PYTHON *python-indent*
+PYTHON *ft-python-indent*
The amount of indent can be set for the following situations. The examples
given are de the defaults. Note that the variables are set to an expression,
@@ -499,7 +499,7 @@ Indent for a continuation line: >
let g:pyindent_continue = '&sw * 2'
-VERILOG *verilog-indent*
+VERILOG *ft-verilog-indent*
General block statements such as if, for, case, always, initial, function,
specify and begin, etc., are indented. The module block statements (first
@@ -534,7 +534,7 @@ In addition, you can turn the verbose mode for debug issue: >
Make sure to do ":set cmdheight=2" first to allow the display of the message.
-VIM *vim-indent*
+VIM *ft-vim-indent*
For indenting Vim scripts there is one variable that specifies the amount of
indent for a continuation line, a line that starts with a backslash: >
@@ -904,7 +904,7 @@ One may rename a block of files and directories by selecting them with
the V (|linewise-visual|).
-HIDING FILES OR DIRECTORIES *g:netrw-a*
+HIDING FILES OR DIRECTORIES *g:netrw-a* *netrw-a*
Netrw's browsing facility allows one to use the hiding list in one of
three ways: ignore it, hide files which match, and show only those files
@@ -1077,7 +1077,7 @@ Pressing "q" will list the bookmarked directories and directory traversal
history (query). (see |netrw-b|, |netrw-B|, |netrw-u|, and |netrw-U|)
-IMPROVING DIRECTORY BROWSING *netrw-listhack*
+IMPROVING DIRECTORY BROWSING *netrw-list-hack*
Especially with the remote directory browser, constantly entering the password
is tedious.
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-*spell.txt* For Vim version 7.0aa. Last change: 2005 Aug 29
+*spell.txt* For Vim version 7.0aa. Last change: 2005 Aug 30
VIM REFERENCE MANUAL by Bram Moolenaar
@@ -64,13 +64,19 @@ To add words to your own word list: *E764*
*zg*
zg Add word under the cursor as a good word to the first
- name in 'spellfile'. In Visual mode the selected
- characters are added as a word (including white
- space!). If the word is explicitly marked as bad word
- in another spell file the result is unpredictable.
- A count may precede the command to indicate the entry
- in 'spellfile' to be used. A count of two uses the
- second entry.
+ name in 'spellfile'. A count may precede the command
+ to indicate the entry in 'spellfile' to be used. A
+ count of two uses the second entry.
+
+ In Visual mode the selected characters are added as a
+ word (including white space!).
+ When the cursor is on text that is marked as badly
+ spelled then the marked text is used.
+ Otherwise the word under the cursor, separated by
+ non-word characters, is used.
+
+ If the word is explicitly marked as bad word in
+ another spell file the result is unpredictable.
*zG*
zG Like "zg" but add the word to the internal word list
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