Allows you to move to previous/next N class, function or method
or visually select the next/previous N class, function or method
or comment (or toggle) out the next/previous N class, function or method.
As this is a "file-type plugin", it currently supports both Python and Ruby.
Watch the screencast: http://vimeo.com/19016562
Install it from: http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=3395
Installation couldn't be easier: drop the ftplugin file in your vim ftplugin directory. For example, if you are using Python, this would be something like:
I would highly recommend you use something like Pathogen though, it makes dealing with VIM plugins way easier.
After trying other plugins that were supposed to achieve this objective (and fail) I decided to write it on my own.
No need to have VIM compiled with Python or Ruby support since this plugin uses pure VIM syntax.
There are a couple of routes you can take: with or without default mappings.
If you want to define your own mappings then no need to do anything else other than know the actual plugin calls (listed below).
If you want the default mappings (also listed below) you need to add this to your vimrc:
let g:chapa_default_mappings = 1
You can also make the repeat actions for the plugin optional. If the above variable is set but you don't like the repeat mappings, set the following in your vimrc:
let g:chapa_no_repeat_mappings = 1
You can map those callables to anything you want, but below is how the defaults are mapped:
" Repeat Mappings nmap <C-h> <Plug>ChapaOppositeRepeat nmap <C-l> <Plug>ChapaRepeat " Function Movement nmap fnf <Plug>ChapaNextFunction nmap fif <Plug>ChapaInFunction nmap fpf <Plug>ChapaPreviousFunction " Class Movement nmap fnc <Plug>ChapaNextClass nmap fic <Plug>ChapaInClass nmap fpc <Plug>ChapaPreviousClass " Method Movement nmap fnm <Plug>ChapaNextMethod nmap fim <Plug>ChapaInMethod nmap fpm <Plug>ChapaPreviousMethod " Class Visual Select nmap vnc <Plug>ChapaVisualNextClass nmap vic <Plug>ChapaVisualThisClass nmap vpc <Plug>ChapaVisualPreviousClass " Method Visual Select nmap vnm <Plug>ChapaVisualNextMethod nmap vim <Plug>ChapaVisualThisMethod nmap vpm <Plug>ChapaVisualPreviousMethod " Function Visual Select nmap vnf <Plug>ChapaVisualNextFunction nmap vif <Plug>ChapaVisualThisFunction nmap vpf <Plug>ChapaVisualPreviousFunction " Comment Class nmap cic <Plug>ChapaCommentThisClass nmap cnc <Plug>ChapaCommentNextClass nmap cpc <Plug>ChapaCommentPreviousClass " Comment Method nmap cim <Plug>ChapaCommentThisMethod nmap cnm <Plug>ChapaCommentNextMethod nmap cpm <Plug>ChapaCommentPreviousMethod " Comment Function nmap cif <Plug>ChapaCommentThisFunction nmap cnf <Plug>ChapaCommentNextFunction nmap cpf <Plug>ChapaCommentPreviousFunction " Folding Method nmap zim <Plug>ChapaFoldThisMethod nmap znm <Plug>ChapaFoldNextMethod nmap zpm <Plug>ChapaFoldPreviousMethod " Folding Class nmap zic <Plug>ChapaFoldThisClass nmap znc <Plug>ChapaFoldNextClass nmap zpc <Plug>ChapaFoldPreviousClass " Folding Function nmap zif <Plug>ChapaFoldThisFunction nmap znf <Plug>ChapaFoldNextFunction nmap zpf <Plug>ChapaFoldPreviousFunction
If the requested search (function, class or method) is not found, the call simply returns and nothing should happen. However, there is an error message that should display by default, explaining what it was supposed to search and in what direction.
You can disable this by adding a chapa-specific variable in your vimrc:
let g:chapa_messages = 0
You can also add a "count" to repeat the match N times. So if you want to go to the 3rd previous class you would (with the mappings above) do something like:
The same applies for visual selections. If you want to visually select the 3rd next method, you would do it like:
You can also toggle comments of a given class, method or function. To comment the next class:
If the class is already commented, the command above will remove the comments.
If you are moving around, the plugin allows you to repeat the forward or reverse (opposite to the original) move. For example, if you searched for the next function like:
<C-l> repeats that same command for you and moves you in the same
direction. If you want to go in the opposite movement, then
<C-h> is your
MIT Copyright (c) 2010-2011 Alfredo Deza <alfredodeza [at] gmail [dot] com>
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If you find a bug please post it on the issue tracker: https://github.com/alfredodeza/chapa.vim/issues
A lot of the code for this plugin was adapted/copied from python.vim and python_fn.vim authored by Jon Franklin and Mikael Berthe.