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" Filetype plugin for editing CSV files. "{{{1
" Author: Christian Brabandt <cb@256bit.org>
" Version: 0.31
" Script: http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=2830
" License: VIM License
" Last Change: Thu, 15 Jan 2015 21:05:10 +0100
" Documentation: see :help ft-csv.txt
" GetLatestVimScripts: 2830 30 :AutoInstall: csv.vim
"
" Some ideas are taken from the wiki http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/VimTip667
" though, implementation differs.
" Plugin folklore "{{{1
if v:version < 700 || exists('b:did_ftplugin')
finish
endif
let b:did_ftplugin = 1
let s:cpo_save = &cpo
set cpo&vim
fu! <sid>DetermineSID()
let s:SID = matchstr(expand('<sfile>'), '<SNR>\zs\d\+\ze_DetermineSID$')
endfu
call s:DetermineSID()
delf s:DetermineSID
let s:csv_numeric_sort = v:version > 704 || v:version == 704 && has("patch341")
if !s:csv_numeric_sort "{{{2
fu! <sid>CSVSortValues(i1, i2) "{{{3
return (a:i1+0) == (a:i2+0) ? 0 : (a:i1+0) > (a:i2+0) ? 1 : -1
endfu
endif
" Function definitions: "{{{1
fu! CSVArrangeCol(first, last, bang, limit) range "{{{2
if &ft =~? 'csv'
call <sid>ArrangeCol(a:first, a:last, a:bang, a:limit)
else
finish
endif
endfu
" Script specific functions "{{{2
fu! <sid>Warn(mess) "{{{3
echohl WarningMsg
echomsg "CSV: " . a:mess
echohl Normal
endfu
fu! <sid>Init(startline, endline, ...) "{{{3
" if a:1 is set, keep the b:delimiter
let keep = exists("a:1") && a:1
" Hilight Group for Columns
if exists("g:csv_hiGroup")
let s:hiGroup = g:csv_hiGroup
else
let s:hiGroup="WildMenu"
endif
if !exists("g:csv_hiHeader")
let s:hiHeader = "Title"
else
let s:hiHeader = g:csv_hiHeader
endif
exe "hi link CSVHeaderLine" s:hiHeader
" Determine default Delimiter
if !keep
if !exists("g:csv_delim")
let b:delimiter=<SID>GetDelimiter(a:startline, a:endline)
else
let b:delimiter=g:csv_delim
endif
endif
" Define custom commentstring
if !exists("g:csv_comment")
let b:csv_cmt = split(&cms, '%s')
else
let b:csv_cmt = split(g:csv_comment, '%s')
endif
if empty(b:delimiter) && !exists("b:csv_fixed_width")
call <SID>Warn("No delimiter found. See :h csv-delimiter to set it manually!")
" Use a sane default as delimiter:
let b:delimiter = ','
endif
let s:del='\%(' . b:delimiter . '\|$\)'
let s:del_noend='\%(' . b:delimiter . '\)'
" Pattern for matching a single column
if !exists("g:csv_strict_columns") && !exists("g:csv_col")
\ && !exists("b:csv_fixed_width")
" - Allow double quotes as escaped quotes only insides double quotes
" - Allow linebreaks only, if g:csv_nl isn't set (this is
" only allowed in double quoted strings see RFC4180), though this
" does not work with :WhatColumn and might mess up syntax
" highlighting.
" - optionally allow whitespace in front of the fields (to make it
" work with :ArrangeCol (that is actually not RFC4180 valid))
" - Should work with most ugly solutions that are available
let b:col='\%(\%(\%(' . (b:delimiter !~ '\s' ? '\s*' : '') .
\ '"\%(' . (exists("g:csv_nl") ? '\_' : '' ) .
\ '[^"]\|""\)*"\s*\)' . s:del . '\)\|\%(' .
\ '[^' . b:delimiter . ']*' . s:del . '\)\)'
let b:col_end='\%(\%(\%(' . (b:delimiter !~ '\s' ? '\s*' : '') .
\ '"\%(' . (exists("g:csv_nl") ? '\_' : '' ) .
\ '[^"]\|""\)*"\)' . s:del_noend . '\)\|\%(' .
\ '[^' . b:delimiter . ']*' . s:del_noend . '\)\)'
elseif !exists("g:csv_col") && exists("g:csv_strict_columns")
" strict columns
let b:col='\%([^' . b:delimiter . ']*' . s:del . '\)'
let b:col_end='\%([^' . b:delimiter . ']*' . s:del_noend . '\)'
elseif exists("b:csv_fixed_width")
" Fixed width column
let b:col=''
" Check for sane default
if b:csv_fixed_width =~? '[^0-9,]'
call <sid>Warn("Please specify the list of character columns" .
\ "like this: '1,3,5'. See also :h csv-fixedwidth")
return
endif
let b:csv_fixed_width_cols=split(b:csv_fixed_width, ',')
" Force evaluating as numbers
call map(b:csv_fixed_width_cols, 'v:val+0')
else
" User given column definition
let b:col = g:csv_col
let b:col_noend = g:csv_col
endif
" set filetype specific options
call <sid>LocalSettings('all')
" define buffer-local commands
call <SID>CommandDefinitions()
" Check Header line
" Defines which line is considered to be a header line
call <sid>CheckHeaderLine()
" CSV specific mappings
call <SID>CSVMappings()
" force reloading CSV Syntax Highlighting
if exists("b:current_syntax")
unlet b:current_syntax
" Force reloading syntax file
endif
call <sid>DoAutoCommands()
" enable CSV Menu
call <sid>Menu(1)
call <sid>DisableFolding()
if !exists("b:current_syntax")
silent do Syntax
endif
unlet! b:csv_start b:csv_end
" Remove configuration variables
let b:undo_ftplugin .= "| unlet! b:delimiter b:col"
\ . "| unlet! b:csv_fixed_width_cols b:csv_filter"
\ . "| unlet! b:csv_fixed_width b:csv_list b:col_width"
\ . "| unlet! b:csv_SplitWindow b:csv_headerline b:csv_cmt"
\ . "| unlet! b:csv_thousands_sep b:csv_decimal_sep"
\. " | unlet! b:browsefilter b:csv_cmt"
\. " | unlet! b:csv_arrange_leftalign"
" Delete all functions
" disabled currently, because otherwise when switching ft
" I think, all functions need to be read in again and this
" costs time.
endfu
fu! <sid>LocalSettings(type) "{{{3
if a:type == 'all'
" CSV local settings
setl nostartofline tw=0 nowrap
" undo when setting a new filetype
let b:undo_ftplugin = "setlocal sol& tw< wrap<"
" Set browsefilter
let b:browsefilter="CSV Files (*.csv, *.dat)\t*.csv;*.dat\n".
\ "All Files\t*.*\n"
if has("conceal")
setl cole=2 cocu=nc
let b:undo_ftplugin .= '| setl cole< cocu< '
endif
elseif a:type == 'fold'
let s:fdt = &l:fdt
let s:fcs = &l:fcs
if a:type == 'fold'
" Be sure to also fold away single screen lines
setl fen fdm=expr
setl fdl=0 fml=0 fdc=2
if !get(g:, 'csv_disable_fdt',0)
let &l:foldtext=strlen(v:folddashes) . ' lines hidden'
let &fcs=substitute(&fcs, 'fold:.,', '', '')
if !exists("b:csv_did_foldsettings")
let b:undo_ftplugin .= printf("|set fdt<|setl fcs=%s", escape(s:fcs, '\\| '))
endif
endif
if !exists("b:csv_did_foldsettings")
let b:undo_ftplugin .=
\ "| setl fen< fdm< fdl< fdc< fml< fde<"
let b:csv_did_foldsettings = 1
let b:undo_ftplugin .= "| unlet! b:csv_did_foldsettings"
endif
endif
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>DoAutoCommands() "{{{3
" Highlight column, on which the cursor is
if exists("g:csv_highlight_column") && g:csv_highlight_column =~? 'y'
exe "aug CSV_HI".bufnr('')
au!
exe "au CursorMoved <buffer=".bufnr('')."> HiColumn"
exe "au BufWinLeave <buffer=".bufnr('')."> HiColumn!"
aug end
" Set highlighting for column, on which the cursor is currently
HiColumn
else
exe "aug CSV_HI".bufnr('')
exe "au! CursorMoved <buffer=".bufnr('').">"
aug end
exe "aug! CSV_HI".bufnr('')
" Remove any existing highlighting
HiColumn!
endif
" undo autocommand:
let b:undo_ftplugin .= '| exe "sil! au! CSV_HI CursorMoved <buffer> "'
let b:undo_ftplugin .= '| exe "sil! aug! CSV_HI" |exe "sil! HiColumn!"'
if has("gui_running") && !exists("#CSV_Menu#FileType")
augroup CSV_Menu
au!
au FileType * call <sid>Menu(&ft=='csv')
au BufEnter <buffer> call <sid>Menu(1) " enable
au BufLeave <buffer> call <sid>Menu(0) " disable
au BufNewFile,BufNew * call <sid>Menu(0)
augroup END
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>GetPat(colnr, maxcolnr, pat, allowmore) "{{{3
" if a:allowmmore, allows more to match after the pattern
if a:colnr > 1 && a:colnr < a:maxcolnr
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
return '^' . <SID>GetColPat(a:colnr-1,0) . '\%([^' .
\ b:delimiter . ']\{-}\)\?\zs' . a:pat . '\ze' .
\ (a:allowmore ? ('\%([^' . b:delimiter .']\{-}\)\?' .
\ b:delimiter . <SID>GetColPat(a:maxcolnr - a:colnr, 0). '$') : '')
else
return '\%' . b:csv_fixed_width_cols[(a:colnr - 1)] . 'c\zs'
\ . a:pat . '.\{-}\ze\%'
\ . (b:csv_fixed_width_cols[a:colnr]) . 'c\ze'
endif
elseif a:colnr == a:maxcolnr
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
return '^' . <SID>GetColPat(a:colnr - 1,0) .
\ '\zs' . a:pat . '\ze' . (a:allowmore ? '' : '$')
else
return '\%' . b:csv_fixed_width_cols[-1] .
\ 'c\zs' . a:pat . '\ze' . (a:allowmore ? '' : '$')
endif
else " colnr = 1
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
return '^' . '\%([^' . b:delimiter . ']\{-}\)\?\zs' . a:pat .
\ (a:allowmore ? ('\ze\%([^' . b:delimiter . ']*\)\?' . b:delimiter .
\ <SID>GetColPat(a:maxcolnr -1 , 0) . '$') : '')
else
return a:pat . '\ze.\{-}\%' . b:csv_fixed_width_cols[1] . 'c'
endif
endif
return ''
endfu
fu! <sid>SearchColumn(arg) "{{{3
try
let arglist=split(a:arg)
if len(arglist) == 1
let colnr=<SID>WColumn()
let pat=substitute(arglist[0], '^\(.\)\(.*\)\1$', '\2', '')
if pat == arglist[0]
throw "E684"
endif
else
" Determine whether the first word in the argument is a number
" (of the column to search).
let colnr = substitute( a:arg, '^\s*\(\d\+\)\s.*', '\1', '' )
" If it is _not_ a number,
if colnr == a:arg
" treat the whole argument as the pattern.
let pat = substitute(a:arg,
\ '^\s*\(\S\)\(.*\)\1\s*$', '\2', '' )
if pat == a:arg
throw "E684"
endif
let colnr = <SID>WColumn()
else
" if the first word tells us the number of the column,
" treat the rest of the argument as the pattern.
let pat = substitute(a:arg,
\ '^\s*\d\+\s*\(\S\)\(.*\)\1\s*$', '\2', '' )
if pat == a:arg
throw "E684"
endif
endif
endif
"catch /^Vim\%((\a\+)\)\=:E684/
catch /E684/ " catch error index out of bounds
call <SID>Warn("Error! Usage :SearchInColumn [<colnr>] /pattern/")
return 1
endtry
let maxcolnr = <SID>MaxColumns()
if colnr > maxcolnr
call <SID>Warn("There exists no column " . colnr)
return 1
endif
let @/ = <sid>GetPat(colnr, maxcolnr, '\%('.pat. '\)', 1)
try
" force redraw, so that the search pattern isn't shown
exe "norm! n\<c-l>"
catch /^Vim\%((\a\+)\)\=:E486/
" Pattern not found
echohl Error
echomsg "E486: Pattern not found in column " . colnr . ": " . pat
if &vbs > 0
echomsg substitute(v:exception, '^[^:]*:', '','')
endif
echohl Normal
endtry
endfu
fu! <sid>DeleteColumn(arg) "{{{3
let _wsv = winsaveview()
if a:arg =~ '^[/]'
let i = 0
let pat = a:arg[1:]
call cursor(1,1)
while search(pat, 'cW')
" Delete matching column
sil call <sid>DelColumn('')
let i+=1
endw
else
let i = 1
sil call <sid>DelColumn(a:arg)
endif
if i > 1
call <sid>Warn(printf("%d columns deleted", i))
else
call <sid>Warn("1 column deleted")
endif
call winrestview(_wsv)
endfu
fu! <sid>DelColumn(colnr) "{{{3
let maxcolnr = <SID>MaxColumns()
let _p = getpos('.')
if empty(a:colnr)
let colnr=<SID>WColumn()
else
let colnr=a:colnr
endif
if colnr > maxcolnr
call <SID>Warn("There exists no column " . colnr)
return
endif
if colnr != '1'
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let pat= '^' . <SID>GetColPat(colnr-1,1) . b:col
else
let pat= <SID>GetColPat(colnr,0)
endif
else
" distinction between csv and fixed width does not matter here
let pat= '^' . <SID>GetColPat(colnr,0)
endif
if &ro
let ro = 1
setl noro
else
let ro = 0
endif
exe ':%s/' . escape(pat, '/') . '//'
call setpos('.', _p)
if ro
setl ro
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>HiCol(colnr, bang) "{{{3
if !a:bang
if a:colnr > <SID>MaxColumns()
call <SID>Warn("There exists no column " . a:colnr)
return
endif
if empty(a:colnr)
let colnr=<SID>WColumn()
else
let colnr=a:colnr
endif
if colnr==1
let pat='^'. <SID>GetColPat(colnr,0)
elseif !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let pat='^'. <SID>GetColPat(colnr-1,1) . b:col
else
let pat=<SID>GetColPat(colnr,0)
endif
endif
if exists("*matchadd")
if exists("s:matchid")
" ignore errors, that come from already deleted matches
sil! call matchdelete(s:matchid)
endif
" Additionally, filter all matches, that could have been used earlier
let matchlist=getmatches()
call filter(matchlist, 'v:val["group"] !~ s:hiGroup')
call setmatches(matchlist)
if a:bang
return
endif
let s:matchid=matchadd(s:hiGroup, pat, 0)
elseif !a:bang
exe ":2match " . s:hiGroup . ' /' . pat . '/'
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>GetDelimiter(first, last) "{{{3
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let _cur = getpos('.')
let _s = @/
let Delim= {0: ';', 1: ',', 2: '|', 3: ' ', 4: '\^'}
let temp = {}
" :silent :s does not work with lazyredraw
let _lz = &lz
set nolz
for i in values(Delim)
redir => temp[i]
exe "silent! ". a:first. ",". a:last. "s/" . i . "/&/nge"
redir END
endfor
let &lz = _lz
let Delim = map(temp, 'matchstr(substitute(v:val, "\n", "", ""), "^\\d\\+")')
let Delim = filter(temp, 'v:val=~''\d''')
let max = max(values(temp))
let result=[]
call setpos('.', _cur)
let @/ = _s
for [key, value] in items(Delim)
if value == max
return key
endif
endfor
return ''
else
" There is no delimiter for fixedwidth files
return ''
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>WColumn(...) "{{{3
" Return on which column the cursor is
let _cur = getpos('.')
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
if line('.') > 1 && mode('') != 'n'
" in insert mode, get line from above, just in case the current
" line is empty
let line = getline(line('.')-1)
else
let line = getline('.')
endif
" move cursor to end of field
"call search(b:col, 'ec', line('.'))
call search(b:col, 'ec')
let end=col('.')-1
let fields=(split(line[0:end],b:col.'\zs'))
let ret=len(fields)
if exists("a:1") && a:1 > 0
" bang attribute: Try to get the column name
let head = split(getline(get(b:, 'csv_headerline', 1)),b:col.'\zs')
" remove preceeding whitespace
if len(head) < ret
call <sid>Warn("Header has no field ". ret)
else
let ret = substitute(head[ret-1], '^\s\+', '', '')
" remove delimiter
let ret = substitute(ret, b:delimiter. '$', '', '')
endif
endif
else
let temp=getpos('.')[2]
let j=1
let ret = 1
for i in sort(b:csv_fixed_width_cols, s:csv_numeric_sort ? 'n' : 's:CSVSortValues')
if temp >= i
let ret = j
endif
let j += 1
endfor
endif
call setpos('.',_cur)
return ret
endfu
fu! <sid>MaxColumns(...) "{{{3
let this_col = exists("a:1")
"return maximum number of columns in first 10 lines
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let i = this_col ? a:1 : get(b:, 'csv_headerline', 1)
while 1
let l = getline(i, (this_col ? i : i+10))
if empty(l) && i >= line('$')
break
endif
" Filter comments out
let pat = '^\s*\V'. escape(b:csv_cmt[0], '\\')
call filter(l, 'v:val !~ pat')
if !empty(l) || this_col
break
else
let i+=10
endif
endw
if empty(l)
throw 'csv:no_col'
endif
let fields=[]
let result=0
for item in l
let temp=len(split(item, b:col.'\zs'))
let result=(temp>result ? temp : result)
endfor
return result
else
return len(b:csv_fixed_width_cols)
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>ColWidth(colnr, ...) "{{{3
" if a:1 is given, specifies the row, for which to calculate the width
"
" Return the width of a column
" Internal function
let width=20 "Fallback (wild guess)
let tlist=[]
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
if !exists("b:csv_list")
" only check first 10000 lines, to be faster
let last = line('$')
if exists("a:1")
let last = a:1
endif
if !get(b:, 'csv_arrange_use_all_rows', 0)
if last > 10000
let last = 10000
call <sid>Warn('File too large, only checking the first 10000 rows for the width')
endif
endif
let b:csv_list=getline(1,last)
let pat = '^\s*\V'. escape(b:csv_cmt[0], '\\')
call filter(b:csv_list, 'v:val !~ pat')
call filter(b:csv_list, '!empty(v:val)')
call map(b:csv_list, 'split(v:val, b:col.''\zs'')')
endif
try
for item in b:csv_list
call add(tlist, get(item, a:colnr-1, ''))
endfor
" do not strip leading whitespace
call map(tlist, 'substitute(v:val, ".", "x", "g")')
call map(tlist, 'strlen(v:val)')
return max(tlist)
catch
throw "ColWidth-error"
return width
endtry
else
let cols = len(b:csv_fixed_width_cols)
if a:colnr == cols
return strlen(substitute(getline('$'), '.', 'x', 'g')) -
\ b:csv_fixed_width_cols[cols-1] + 1
elseif a:colnr < cols && a:colnr > 0
return b:csv_fixed_width_cols[a:colnr] -
\ b:csv_fixed_width_cols[(a:colnr - 1)]
else
throw "ColWidth-error"
return 0
endif
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>ArrangeCol(first, last, bang, limit, ...) range "{{{3
" a:1, optional width parameter of line from which to take the width
"
" explicitly give the range as argument to the function
if exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
" Nothing to do
call <sid>Warn("ArrangeColumn does not work with fixed width column!")
return
endif
let cur=winsaveview()
if a:bang || (exists("a:1") && !empty(a:1))
if a:bang && exists("b:col_width")
" Unarrange, so that if csv_arrange_align has changed
" it will be adjusted automaticaly
call <sid>PrepUnArrangeCol(a:first, a:last)
endif
" Force recalculating the Column width
unlet! b:csv_list b:col_width
elseif a:limit > -1 && a:limit < getfsize(fnamemodify(bufname(''), ':p'))
return
endif
let first = a:first
let last = a:last
if exists("b:csv_headerline")
if a:first < b:csv_headerline
let first = b:csv_headerline
endif
if a:last < b:csv_headerline
let last = b:csv_headerline
endif
endif
if first > line('$')
let first=line('$')
endif
if last > line('$')
let last=line('$')
endif
if &vbs
echomsg printf("ArrangeCol Start: %d, End: %d", first, last)
endif
if !exists("b:col_width")
" Force recalculation of Column width
let row = exists("a:1") ? a:1 : ''
call <sid>CalculateColumnWidth(row)
endif
" abort on empty file
if !len(b:col_width)
call <sid>Warn("No column data detected, aborting ArrangeCol command!")
return
endif
if &ro
" Just in case, to prevent the Warning
" Warning: W10: Changing read-only file
let ro = 1
setl noro
else
let ro = 0
endif
let s:count = 0
let _stl = &stl
let s:max = (last - first + 1) * len(b:col_width)
let s:temp = 0
try
exe "sil". first . ',' . last .'s/' . (b:col) .
\ '/\=<SID>Columnize(submatch(0))/' . (&gd ? '' : 'g')
finally
" Clean up variables, that were only needed for <sid>Columnize() function
unlet! s:columnize_count s:max_cols s:prev_line s:max s:count s:temp s:val
if ro
setl ro
unlet ro
endif
let &stl = _stl
call winrestview(cur)
endtry
endfu
fu! <sid>ProgressBar(cnt, max) "{{{3
if get(g:, 'csv_no_progress', 0) || a:max == 0
return
endif
let width = 40 " max width of progressbar
if width > &columns
let width = &columns
endif
let s:val = a:cnt * width / a:max
if (s:val > s:temp || a:cnt==1)
let &stl='%#DiffAdd#['.repeat('=', s:val).'>'. repeat(' ', width-s:val).']'.
\ (width < &columns ? ' '.100*s:val/width. '%%' : '')
redrawstatus
let s:temp = s:val
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>PrepUnArrangeCol(first, last) "{{{3
" Because of the way, Vim works with
" a:firstline and a:lastline parameter,
" explicitly give the range as argument to the function
if exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
" Nothing to do
call <sid>Warn("UnArrangeColumn does not work with fixed width column!")
return
endif
let cur=winsaveview()
if &ro
" Just in case, to prevent the Warning
" Warning: W10: Changing read-only file
setl noro
endif
exe a:first . ',' . a:last .'s/' . (b:col) .
\ '/\=<SID>UnArrangeCol(submatch(0))/' . (&gd ? '' : 'g')
" Clean up variables, that were only needed for <sid>Columnize() function
call winrestview(cur)
endfu
fu! <sid>UnArrangeCol(match) "{{{3
" Strip leading white space, also trims empty records:
return substitute(a:match, '\%(^\s\+\)\|\%(\s\+\ze'.b:delimiter. '\?$\)', '', 'g')
endfu
fu! <sid>CalculateColumnWidth(row) "{{{3
" Internal function, not called from external,
" does not work with fixed width columns
let b:col_width=[]
try
if exists("b:csv_headerline")
if line('.') < b:csv_headerline
call cursor(b:csv_headerline,1)
endif
endif
let s:max_cols=<SID>MaxColumns(line('.'))
for i in range(1,s:max_cols)
if empty(a:row)
call add(b:col_width, <SID>ColWidth(i))
else
call add(b:col_width, <SID>ColWidth(i,a:row))
endif
endfor
catch /csv:no_col/
call <sid>Warn("Error: getting Column numbers, aborting!")
catch /ColWidth/
call <sid>Warn("Error: getting Column Width, using default!")
endtry
" delete buffer content in variable b:csv_list,
" this was only necessary for calculating the max width
unlet! b:csv_list s:columnize_count s:decimal_column
endfu
fu! <sid>Columnize(field) "{{{3
" Internal function, not called from external,
" does not work with fixed width columns
if !exists("s:columnize_count")
let s:columnize_count = 0
endif
if !exists("s:max_cols")
let s:max_cols = len(b:col_width)
endif
if exists("s:prev_line") && s:prev_line != line('.')
let s:columnize_count = 0
endif
let s:count+=1
let s:prev_line = line('.')
" convert zero based indexed list to 1 based indexed list,
" Default: 20 width, in case that column width isn't defined
" Careful: Keep this fast! Using
" let width=get(b:col_width,<SID>WColumn()-1,20)
" is too slow, so we are using:
let colnr = s:columnize_count % s:max_cols
let width = get(b:col_width, colnr, 20)
let align = 'r'
if exists('b:csv_arrange_align')
let align_list=split(get(b:, 'csv_arrange_align', " "), '\zs')
try
let align = align_list[colnr]
catch
let align = 'r'
endtry
endif
if ((align isnot? 'r' && align isnot? 'l' &&
\ align isnot? 'c' && align isnot? '.') || get(b:, 'csv_arrange_leftalign', 0))
let align = 'r'
endif
call <sid>ProgressBar(s:count,s:max)
let s:columnize_count += 1
let has_delimiter = (a:field[-1:] is? b:delimiter)
if align is? 'l'
" left-align content
return printf("%-*S%s", width-1,
\ (has_delimiter ? a:field[:-2] : a:field),
\ (has_delimiter ? b:delimiter : ' '))
elseif align is? 'c'
" center the column
let t = width - len(split(a:field, '\zs'))
let leftwidth = t/2
" uneven width, add one
let rightwidth = (t%2 ? leftwidth+1 : leftwidth)
let field = (has_delimiter ? a:field[:-2] : a:field). repeat(' ', rightwidth)
return printf("%*S%s", width , field, (has_delimiter ? b:delimiter : ' '))
elseif align is? '.'
if !exists("s:decimal_column")
let s:decimal_column = {}
endif
if get(s:decimal_column, colnr, 0) == 0
call <sid>CheckHeaderLine()
call <sid>NumberFormat()
let data = <sid>CopyCol('', colnr+1, '')[s:csv_fold_headerline : -1]
let pat1 = escape(s:nr_format[1], '.').'\zs[^'.s:nr_format[1].']*\ze'.
\ (has_delimiter ? b:delimiter : '').'$'
let pat2 = '\d\+\ze\%(\%('.escape(s:nr_format[1], '.'). '\d\+\)\|'.
\ (has_delimiter ? b:delimiter : '').'$\)'
let data1 = map(copy(data), 'matchstr(v:val, pat1)')
let data2 = map(data, 'matchstr(v:val, pat2)')
" strlen should be okay for decimals...
let data1 = map(data1, 'strlen(v:val)')
let data2 = map(data2, 'strlen(v:val)')
let dec = max(data1)
let scal = max(data2)
if dec + scal + 1 + (has_delimiter ? 1 : 0) > width
let width = dec + scal + 1 + (has_delimiter ? 1 :0)
let b:col_width[colnr] = width
endif
let s:decimal_column[colnr] = dec
else
let dec = get(s:decimal_column, colnr)
endif
let field = (has_delimiter ? a:field[:-2] : a:field)
let fmt = printf("%%%d.%df", width+1, dec)
try
if s:nr_format[1] isnot '.'
let field = substitute(field, s:nr_format[1], '.', 'g')
let field = substitute(field, s:nr_format[0], '', 'g')
endif
if field =~? '\h' " text in the column, can't be converted to float
throw "no decimal"
endif
let result = printf(fmt, str2float(field)). (has_delimiter ? b:delimiter : ' ')
catch
let result = printf("%*S", width+2, a:field)
endtry
return result
else
" right align
return printf("%*S", width+1 , a:field)
endif
endfun
fu! <sid>GetColPat(colnr, zs_flag) "{{{3
" Return Pattern for given column
if a:colnr > 1
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let pat=b:col . '\{' . (a:colnr) . '\}'
else
if a:colnr >= len(b:csv_fixed_width_cols)
" Get last column
let pat='\%' . b:csv_fixed_width_cols[-1] . 'v.*'
else
let pat='\%' . b:csv_fixed_width_cols[(a:colnr - 1)] .
\ 'c.\{-}\%' . b:csv_fixed_width_cols[a:colnr] . 'v'
endif
endif
elseif !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let pat=b:col
else
let pat='\%' . b:csv_fixed_width_cols[0] . 'v.\{-}' .
\ (len(b:csv_fixed_width_cols) > 1 ?
\ '\%' . b:csv_fixed_width_cols[1] . 'v' :
\ '')
endif
return pat . (a:zs_flag ? '\zs' : '')
endfu
fu! <sid>SetupAutoCmd(window,bufnr) "{{{3
" Setup QuitPre autocommand to quit cleanly
aug CSV_QuitPre
au!
exe "au QuitPre * call CSV_CloseBuffer(".winbufnr(a:window).")"
if !exists("##OptionSet")
exe "au CursorHold <buffer=".a:bufnr."> call CSV_SetSplitOptions(".a:window.")"
else
exe "au OptionSet foldcolumn,number,relativenumber call <sid>CSV_SetOption(".a:bufnr.
\ ", ".bufnr('%').", expand('<amatch>'), v:option_new)"
endif
exe "au VimResized,FocusLost,FocusGained <buffer=".a:bufnr."> call CSV_SetSplitOptions(".a:window.")"
aug END
endfu
fu! <sid>CSV_SetOption(csvfile, header, option, value) "{{{3
" only trigger if the option is called in the correct buffer
if getbufvar(a:csvfile, 'csv_SplitWindow') && bufnr('') == a:csvfile
call setbufvar(a:header, '&'.a:option, a:value)
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>SplitHeaderLine(lines, bang, hor) "{{{3
if exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
call <sid>Warn("Header does not work with fixed width column!")
return
endif
" Check that there exists a header line
call <sid>CheckHeaderLine()
if !a:bang
" A Split Header Window already exists,
" first close the already existing Window
if exists("b:csv_SplitWindow")
call <sid>SplitHeaderLine(a:lines, 1, a:hor)
endif
" Split Window
let _stl = &l:stl
let _sbo = &sbo
let a = []
let b=b:col
let bufnr = bufnr('.')
if a:hor
setl scrollopt=hor scrollbind cursorbind
let _fdc = &l:fdc
let lines = empty(a:lines) ? s:csv_fold_headerline : a:lines
let a = getline(1,lines)
" Does it make sense to use the preview window?
" sil! pedit %
above sp +enew
call setline(1, a)
" Needed for syntax highlighting
"let b:col=b
"setl syntax=csv
sil! doautocmd FileType csv
noa 1
sil! sign unplace *
exe "resize" . lines
setl scrollopt=hor winfixheight nowrap cursorbind
let &l:stl="%#Normal#".repeat(' ',winwidth(0))
let s:local_stl = &l:stl
" set the foldcolumn to the same of the other window
let &l:fdc = _fdc
else
setl scrollopt=ver scrollbind cursorbind
noa 0
if a:lines[-1:] is? '!'
let a=<sid>CopyCol('',a:lines,'')
else
let a=<sid>CopyCol('',1, a:lines-1)
endif
" Does it make sense to use the preview window?
"vert sil! pedit |wincmd w | enew!
above vsp +enew
call append(0, a)
$d _
let b:col = b
sil! doautocmd FileType csv
" remove leading delimiter
exe "sil :%s/^". b:delimiter. "//e"
" remove trailing delimiter
exe "sil :%s/". b:delimiter. "\s*$//e"
syn clear
noa 0
let b:csv_SplitWindow = winnr()
sil :call <sid>ArrangeCol(1,line('$'), 1, -1)
sil! sign unplace *
exe "vert res" . len(split(getline(1), '\zs'))
call matchadd("CSVHeaderLine", b:col)
setl scrollopt=ver winfixwidth cursorbind nonu nornu fdc=0
endif
call <sid>SetupAutoCmd(winnr(),bufnr)
" disable airline
let w:airline_disabled = 1
let win = winnr()
setl scrollbind buftype=nowrite bufhidden=wipe noswapfile nobuflisted
noa wincmd p
let b:csv_SplitWindow = win
aug CSV_Preview
au!
au BufWinLeave <buffer> call <sid>SplitHeaderLine(0, 1, 0)
aug END
else
" Close split window
if !exists("b:csv_SplitWindow")
return
endif
try
let winnr = winnr()
if winnr == b:csv_SplitWindow || winbufnr(b:csv_SplitWindow) == bufnr('')
" window already closed
return
endif
exe b:csv_SplitWindow . "wincmd w"
if exists("_stl")
let &l:stl = _stl
endif
if exists("_sbo")
let &sbo = _sbo
endif
setl noscrollbind nocursorbind
call CSV_CloseBuffer(bufnr('%'))
catch /^Vim\%((\a\+)\)\=:E444/ " cannot close last window
catch /^Vim\%((\a\+)\)\=:E517/ " buffer already wiped
" no-op
finally
unlet! b:csv_SplitWindow
aug CSV_Preview
au!
aug END
aug! CSV_Preview
endtry
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>SplitHeaderToggle(hor) "{{{3
if !exists("b:csv_SplitWindow")
:call <sid>SplitHeaderLine(1,0,a:hor)
else
:call <sid>SplitHeaderLine(1,1,a:hor)
endif
endfu
" TODO: from here on add logic for fixed-width csv files!
fu! <sid>MoveCol(forward, line, ...) "{{{3
" Move cursor position upwards/downwards left/right
" a:1 is there to have some mappings move in the same
" direction but still stop at a different position
" see :h csv-mapping-H
let colnr=<SID>WColumn()
let maxcol=<SID>MaxColumns()
let cpos=getpos('.')[2]
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
call search(b:col, 'bc', line('.'))
endif
let spos=getpos('.')[2]
" Check for valid column
" a:forward == 1 : search next col
" a:forward == -1: search prev col
" a:forward == 0 : stay in col
if colnr - v:count1 >= 1 && a:forward == -1
let colnr -= v:count1
elseif colnr - v:count1 < 1 && a:forward == -1
let colnr = 0
elseif colnr + v:count1 <= maxcol && a:forward == 1
let colnr += v:count1
elseif colnr + v:count1 > maxcol && a:forward == 1
let colnr = maxcol + 1
endif
let line=a:line
if line < 1
let line=1
elseif line > line('$')
let line=line('$')
endif
if foldclosed(line) != -1
let line = line > line('.') ? foldclosedend(line) + 1 : foldclosed(line)
endif
" Generate search pattern
if colnr == 1
let pat = '^' . <SID>GetColPat(colnr-1,0)
"let pat = pat . '\%' . line . 'l'
elseif (colnr == 0) || (colnr == maxcol + 1)
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let pat=b:col
else
if a:forward > 0
" Move forwards
let pat=<sid>GetColPat(1, 0)
else
" Move backwards
let pat=<sid>GetColPat(maxcol, 0)
endif
endif
else
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let pat='^'. <SID>GetColPat(colnr-1,1) . b:col
else
let pat=<SID>GetColPat(colnr,0)
endif
"let pat = pat . '\%' . line . 'l'
endif
" Search
" move left/right
if a:forward > 0
call search(pat, 'W')
elseif a:forward < 0
if colnr > 0 || cpos == spos
call search('.\ze'.pat, 'bWe')
let stime=localtime()
while getpos('.')[2] == cpos && <sid>Timeout(stime) " make sure loop terminates
" cursor didn't move, move cursor one cell to the left
norm! h
if colnr > 0
call <sid>MoveCol(-1, line('.'))
else
norm! 0
endif
endw
if (exists("a:1") && a:1)
" H also stops at the beginning of the content
" of a field.
let epos = getpos('.')
if getline('.')[col('.')-1] == ' '
call search('\S', 'W', line('.'))
if getpos('.')[2] > spos
call setpos('.', epos)
endif
endif
endif
else
norm! 0
endif
" Moving upwards/downwards
elseif line >= line('.')
call search(pat . '\%' . line . 'l', '', line)
" Move to the correct screen column
" This is a best effort approach, we might still
" leave the column (if the next column is shorter)
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let a = getpos('.')
let a[2]+= cpos-spos
else
let a = getpos('.')
let a[2] = cpos
endif
call setpos('.', a)
elseif line < line('.')
call search(pat . '\%' . line . 'l', 'b', line)
" Move to the correct screen column
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let a = getpos('.')
let a[2]+= cpos-spos
else
let a = getpos('.')
let a[2] = cpos
endif
call setpos('.', a)
endif
endfun
fu! <sid>SortComplete(A,L,P) "{{{3
return join(range(1,<sid>MaxColumns()),"\n")
endfun
fu! <sid>Sort(bang, line1, line2, colnr) range "{{{3
" :Sort command
let wsv = winsaveview()
let flag = matchstr(a:colnr, '[nixo]')
call <sid>CheckHeaderLine()
let line1 = a:line1
let line2 = a:line2
if line1 <= s:csv_fold_headerline
let line1 += s:csv_fold_headerline
endif
if line2 <= s:csv_fold_headerline
let line2 += s:csv_fold_headerline
endif
let col = (empty(a:colnr) || a:colnr !~? '\d\+[nixo]\?') ? <sid>WColumn() : a:colnr+0
if col != 1
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let pat= '^' . <SID>GetColPat(col-1,1) . b:col
else
let pat= <SID>GetColPat(col,0)
endif
else
let pat= '^' . <SID>GetColPat(col,0)
endif
exe line1. ','. line2. "sort". (a:bang ? '!' : '') .
\' r'. flag. ' /' . pat . '/'
call winrestview(wsv)
endfun
fu! <sid>CopyCol(reg, col, cnt) "{{{3
" Return Specified Column into register reg
let col = a:col == "0" ? <sid>WColumn() : a:col+0
let mcol = <sid>MaxColumns()
if col == '$' || col > mcol
let col = mcol
endif
" The number of columns to return
" by default (value of zero, will only return that specific column)
let cnt_cols = col - 1
if !empty(a:cnt) && a:cnt > 0 && col + a:cnt <= mcol
let cnt_cols = col + a:cnt - 1
endif
let a = []
" Don't get lines, that are currently filtered away
if !exists("b:csv_filter") || empty(b:csv_filter)
let a=getline(1, '$')
else
for line in range(1, line('$'))
if foldlevel(line)
continue
else
call add(a, getline(line))
endif
endfor
endif
" Filter comments out
let pat = '^\s*\V'. escape(b:csv_cmt[0], '\\')
call filter(a, 'v:val !~ pat')
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
call map(a, 'split(v:val, ''^'' . b:col . ''\zs'')[col-1:cnt_cols]')
else
call map(a, 'matchstr(v:val, <sid>GetColPat(col, 0)).*<sid>GetColPat(col+cnt_cols, 0)')
endif
if type(a[0]) == type([])
call map(a, 'join(v:val, "")')
endif
if a:reg =~ '[-"0-9a-zA-Z*+]'
"exe ':let @' . a:reg . ' = "' . join(a, "\n") . '"'
" set the register to blockwise mode
call setreg(a:reg, join(a, "\n"), 'b')
else
return a
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>MoveColumn(start, stop, ...) range "{{{3
" Move column behind dest
" Explicitly give the range as argument,
" cause otherwise, Vim would move the cursor
let wsv = winsaveview()
let col = <sid>WColumn()
let max = <sid>MaxColumns()
" If no argument is given, move current column after last column
let source=(exists("a:1") && a:1 > 0 && a:1 <= max ? a:1 : col)
let dest =(exists("a:2") && a:2 > 0 && a:2 <= max ? a:2 : max)
" translate 1 based columns into zero based list index
let source -= 1
let dest -= 1
if source >= dest
call <sid>Warn("Destination column before source column, aborting!")
return
endif
" Swap line by line, instead of reading the whole range into memory
for i in range(a:start, a:stop)
let content = getline(i)
if content =~ '^\s*\V'. escape(b:csv_cmt[0], '\\')
" skip comments
continue
endif
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let fields=split(content, b:col . '\zs')
" Add delimiter to destination column, in case there was none,
" remove delimiter from source, in case destination did not have one
if matchstr(fields[dest], '.$') !~? b:delimiter
let fields[dest] = fields[dest] . b:delimiter
if matchstr(fields[source], '.$') =~? b:delimiter
let fields[source] = substitute(fields[source],
\ '^\(.*\).$', '\1', '')
endif
endif
else
let fields=[]
" this is very inefficient!
for j in range(1, max, 1)
call add(fields, matchstr(content, <sid>GetColPat(j,0)))
endfor
endif
let fields= (source == 0 ? [] : fields[0 : (source-1)])
\ + fields[ (source+1) : dest ]
\ + [ fields[source] ] + fields[(dest+1):]
call setline(i, join(fields, ''))
endfor
call winrestview(wsv)
endfu
fu! <sid>AddColumn(start, stop, ...) range "{{{3
" Add new empty column
" Explicitly give the range as argument,
" cause otherwise, Vim would move the cursor
if exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
call <sid>Warn("Adding Columns only works for delimited files")
return
endif
let wsv = winsaveview()
let col = <sid>WColumn()
let max = <sid>MaxColumns()
" If no argument is given, add column after current column
if exists("a:1")
if a:1 == '$' || a:1 >= max
let pos = max
elseif a:1 < 0
let pos = col
else
let pos = a:1
endif
else
let pos = col
endif
let cnt=(exists("a:2") && a:2 > 0 ? a:2 : 1)
" translate 1 based columns into zero based list index
"let pos -= 1
let col -= 1
if pos == 0
let pat = '^'
elseif pos == max-1
let pat = '$'
else
let pat = <sid>GetColPat(pos,1)
endif
if pat != '$' || (pat == '$' && getline(a:stop)[-1:] == b:delimiter)
let subst = repeat(' '. b:delimiter, cnt)
else
let subst = repeat(b:delimiter. ' ', cnt)
endif
" if the data contains comments, substitute one line after another
" skipping comment lines (we could do it with a single :s statement,
" but that would fail for the first and last column.
let commentpat = '\%(\%>'.(a:start-1).'l\V'.
\ escape(b:csv_cmt[0], '\\').'\m\)'. '\&\%(\%<'.
\ (a:stop+1). 'l\V'. escape(b:csv_cmt[0], '\\'). '\m\)'
if search(commentpat)
for i in range(a:start, a:stop)
let content = getline(i)
if content =~ '^\s*\V'. escape(b:csv_cmt[0], '\\')
" skip comments
continue
endif
exe printf("sil %ds/%s/%s/e", i, pat, subst)
endfor
else
" comments should by default be skipped (pattern shouldn't match)
exe printf("sil %d,%ds/%s/%s/e", a:start, a:stop, pat, subst)
endif
call winrestview(wsv)
endfu
fu! <sid>SumColumn(list) "{{{3
" Sum a list of values, but only consider the digits within each value
" parses the digits according to the given format (if none has been
" specified, assume POSIX format (without thousand separator) If Vim has
" does not support floats, simply sum up only the integer part
if empty(a:list)
return 0
else
let sum = has("float") ? 0.0 : 0
for item in a:list
if empty(item)
continue
endif
let nr = matchstr(item, '-\?\d\(.*\d\)\?$')
let format1 = '^-\?\d\+\zs\V' . s:nr_format[0] . '\m\ze\d'
let format2 = '\d\+\zs\V' . s:nr_format[1] . '\m\ze\d'
try
let nr = substitute(nr, format1, '', '')
if has("float") && s:nr_format[1] != '.'
let nr = substitute(nr, format2, '.', '')
endif
catch
let nr = 0
endtry
let sum += (has("float") ? str2float(nr) : (nr + 0))
endfor
if has("float")
if float2nr(sum) == sum
return float2nr(sum)
else
return printf("%.2f", sum)
endif
endif
return sum
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>MaxColumn(list) "{{{3
" Sum a list of values, but only consider the digits within each value
" parses the digits according to the given format (if none has been
" specified, assume POSIX format (without thousand separator) If Vim has
" does not support floats, simply sum up only the integer part
if empty(a:list)
return 0
else
let result = []
for item in a:list
if empty(item)
continue
endif
let nr = matchstr(item, '-\?\d\(.*\d\)\?$')
let format1 = '^-\?\d\+\zs\V' . s:nr_format[0] . '\m\ze\d'
let format2 = '\d\+\zs\V' . s:nr_format[1] . '\m\ze\d'
try
let nr = substitute(nr, format1, '', '')
if has("float") && s:nr_format[1] != '.'
let nr = substitute(nr, format2, '.', '')
endif
catch
let nr = 0
endtry
call add(result, has("float") ? str2float(nr) : nr+0)
endfor
let result = sort(result, s:csv_numeric_sort ? 'n' : 's:CSVSortValues')
let ind = len(result) > 9 ? 9 : len(result)
if has_key(get(s:, 'additional', {}), 'distinct') && s:additional['distinct']
if exists("*uniq")
let result=uniq(result)
else
let l = {}
for item in result
let l[item] = get(l, 'item', 0)
endfor
let result = keys(l)
endif
endif
return s:additional.ismax ? reverse(result)[:ind] : result[:ind]
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>CountColumn(list) "{{{3
if empty(a:list)
return 0
elseif has_key(get(s:, 'additional', {}), 'distinct') && s:additional['distinct']
if exists("*uniq")
return len(uniq(sort(a:list)))
else
let l = {}
for item in a:list
let l[item] = get(l, 'item', 0) + 1
endfor
return len(keys(l))
endif
else
return len(a:list)
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>DoForEachColumn(start, stop, bang) range "{{{3
" Do something for each column,
" e.g. generate SQL-Statements, convert to HTML,
" something like this
" TODO: Define the function
" needs a csv_pre_convert variable
" csv_post_convert variable
" csv_convert variable
" result contains converted buffer content
let result = []
if !exists("g:csv_convert")
call <sid>Warn("You need to define how to convert your data using" .
\ "the g:csv_convert variable, see :h csv-convert")
return
endif
if exists("g:csv_pre_convert") && !empty(g:csv_pre_convert)
call add(result, g:csv_pre_convert)
endif
for item in range(a:start, a:stop, 1)
if foldlevel(line)
" Filter out folded lines (from dynamic filter)
continue
endif
let t = g:csv_convert
let line = getline(item)
if line =~ '^\s*\V'. escape(b:csv_cmt[0], '\\')
" Filter comments out
call add(result, line)
continue
endif
let context = split(g:csv_convert, '%s')
let columns = len(context)
if columns > <sid>MaxColumns()
let columns = <sid>MaxColumns()
elseif columns == 1
call <sid>Warn("No Columns defined in your g:csv_convert variable, Aborting")
return
endif
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let fields=split(line, b:col . '\zs')
if a:bang
call map(fields, 'substitute(v:val, b:delimiter .
\ ''\?$'' , "", "")')
endif
else
let fields=[]
for j in range(1, columns, 1)
call add(fields, matchstr(line, <sid>GetColPat(j,0)))
endfor
endif
for j in range(1, columns, 1)
let t=substitute(t, '%s', fields[j-1], '')
endfor
call add(result, t)
endfor
if exists("g:csv_post_convert") && !empty(g:csv_post_convert)
call add(result, g:csv_post_convert)
endif
new
call append('$', result)
1d _
endfun
fu! <sid>PrepareDoForEachColumn(start, stop, bang) range"{{{3
let pre = exists("g:csv_pre_convert") ? g:csv_pre_convert : ''
let g:csv_pre_convert=input('Pre convert text: ', pre)
let post = exists("g:csv_post_convert") ? g:csv_post_convert : ''
let g:csv_post_convert=input('Post convert text: ', post)
let convert = exists("g:csv_convert") ? g:csv_convert : ''
let g:csv_convert=input("Converted text, use %s for column input:\n", convert)
call <sid>DoForEachColumn(a:start, a:stop, a:bang)
endfun
fu! <sid>EscapeValue(val) "{{{3
return '\V' . escape(a:val, '\')
endfu
fu! <sid>FoldValue(lnum, filter) "{{{3
call <sid>CheckHeaderLine()
if (a:lnum == s:csv_fold_headerline)
" Don't fold away the header line
return 0
endif
let result = 0
for item in values(a:filter)
" always fold comments away
let content = getline(a:lnum)
if content =~ '^\s*\V'. escape(b:csv_cmt[0], '\\')
return 1
elseif eval('content' . (item.match ? '!~' : '=~') . 'item.pat')
let result += 1
endif
endfor
return (result > 0)
endfu
fu! <sid>PrepareFolding(add, match) "{{{3
if !has("folding")
return
endif
" Move folded-parts away?
if exists("g:csv_move_folds")
let s:csv_move_folds = g:csv_move_folds
else
let s:csv_move_folds = 0
endif
if !exists("b:csv_filter")
let b:csv_filter = {}
endif
if !exists("s:filter_count") || s:filter_count < 1
let s:filter_count = 0
endif
let cpos = winsaveview()
if !a:add
" remove last added item from filter
if !empty(b:csv_filter)
call <sid>RemoveLastItem(s:filter_count)
let s:filter_count -= 1
if empty(b:csv_filter)
call <sid>DisableFolding()
return
endif
else
" Disable folding, if no pattern available
call <sid>DisableFolding()
return
endif
else
let col = <sid>WColumn()
let max = <sid>MaxColumns()
let a = <sid>GetColumn(line('.'), col, 0)
let a = <sid>ProcessFieldValue(a)
let pat = '\%(^\|'.b:delimiter. '\)\@<='.<sid>EscapeValue(a).
\ '\m\ze\%('.b:delimiter.'\|$\)'
" Make a column pattern
let b= '\%(' .
\ (exists("b:csv_fixed_width") ? '.*' : '') .
\ <sid>GetPat(col, max, pat, 0) . '\)'
let s:filter_count += 1
let b:csv_filter[s:filter_count] = { 'pat': b, 'id': s:filter_count,
\ 'col': col, 'orig': a, 'match': a:match}
endif
" Put the pattern into the search register, so they will also
" be highlighted
" let @/ = ''
" for val in sort(values(b:csv_filter), '<sid>SortFilter')
" let @/ .= val.pat . (val.id == s:filter_count ? '' : '\&')
" endfor
" Fold settings:
call <sid>LocalSettings('fold')
" Don't put spaces between the arguments!
exe 'setl foldexpr=<snr>' . s:SID . '_FoldValue(v:lnum,b:csv_filter)'
" Move folded area to the bottom, so there is only on consecutive
" non-folded area
if exists("s:csv_move_folds") && s:csv_move_folds
\ && !&l:ro && &l:ma
folddoclosed m$
let cpos.lnum = s:csv_fold_headerline + 1
endif
call winrestview(cpos)
endfu
fu! <sid>ProcessFieldValue(field) "{{{3
let a = a:field
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width")
try
" strip leading whitespace
if (a =~ '\s\+'. b:delimiter . '$')
let b = split(a, '^\s\+\ze[^' . b:delimiter. ']\+')[0]
else
let b = a
endif
catch /^Vim\%((\a\+)\)\=:E684/
" empty pattern - should match only empty columns
let b = a
endtry
" strip trailing delimiter
try
let a = split(b, b:delimiter . '$')[0]
catch /^Vim\%((\a\+)\)\=:E684/
let a = b
endtry
if a == b:delimiter
try
let a=repeat(' ', <sid>ColWidth(col))
catch
" no-op
endtry
endif
endif
return a
endfu
fu! <sid>OutputFilters(bang) "{{{3
if !a:bang
call <sid>CheckHeaderLine()
if s:csv_fold_headerline
let title="Nr\tMatch\tCol\t Name\tValue"
else
let title="Nr\tMatch\tCol\tValue"
endif
echohl "Title"
echo printf("%s", title)
echo printf("%s", repeat("=",strdisplaywidth(title)))
echohl "Normal"
if !exists("b:csv_filter") || empty(b:csv_filter)
echo printf("%s", "No active filter")
else
let items = values(b:csv_filter)
call sort(items, "<sid>SortFilter")
for item in items
if s:csv_fold_headerline
echo printf("%02d\t% 2s\t%02d\t%10.10s\t%s",
\ item.id, (item.match ? '+' : '-'), item.col,
\ substitute(<sid>GetColumn(1, item.col, 0),
\ b:col.'$', '', ''), item.orig)
else
echo printf("%02d\t% 2s\t%02d\t%s",
\ item.id, (item.match ? '+' : '-'),
\ item.col, item.orig)
endif
endfor
endif
else
" Reapply filter again
if !exists("b:csv_filter") || empty(b:csv_filter)
call <sid>Warn("No filters defined currently!")
return
else
exe 'setl foldexpr=<snr>' . s:SID . '_FoldValue(v:lnum,b:csv_filter)'
endif
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>SortFilter(a, b) "{{{3
return a:a.id == a:b.id ? 0 :
\ a:a.id > a:b.id ? 1 : -1
endfu
fu! <sid>GetColumn(line, col, strip) "{{{3
" Return Column content at a:line, a:col
let a=getline(a:line)
" Filter comments out
if a =~ '^\s*\V'. escape(b:csv_cmt[0], '\\')
return ''
endif
if !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
try
let a = split(a, '^' . b:col . '\zs')[a:col - 1]
catch
" index out of range
let a = ''
endtry
else
let a = matchstr(a, <sid>GetColPat(a:col, 0))
endif
if a:strip
return substitute(a, '^\s\+\|\s\+$', '', 'g')
else
return a
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>RemoveLastItem(count) "{{{3
for [key,value] in items(b:csv_filter)
if value.id == a:count
call remove(b:csv_filter, key)
endif
endfor
endfu
fu! <sid>DisableFolding() "{{{3
setl nofen fdm=manual fdc=0 fdl=0
if !get(g:, 'csv_disable_fdt',0) && exists("s:fdt") && exists("s:fcs")
exe printf("setl fdt=%s fcs=%s", s:fdt, escape(s:fcs, '\\|'))
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>NumberFormat() "{{{3
let s:nr_format = [',', '.']
if exists("b:csv_thousands_sep")
let s:nr_format[0] = b:csv_thousands_sep
endif
if exists("b:csv_decimal_sep")
let s:nr_format[1] = b:csv_decimal_sep
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>CheckHeaderLine() "{{{3
if !exists("b:csv_headerline")
let s:csv_fold_headerline = 1
else
let s:csv_fold_headerline = b:csv_headerline
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>AnalyzeColumn(...) "{{{3
let maxcolnr = <SID>MaxColumns()
if len(a:000) == 1
let colnr = a:1
else
let colnr = <sid>WColumn()
endif
if colnr > maxcolnr
call <SID>Warn("There exists no column " . colnr)
return 1
endif
" Initialize s:fold_headerline
call <sid>CheckHeaderLine()
let data = <sid>CopyCol('', colnr, '')[s:csv_fold_headerline : -1]
let qty = len(data)
let res = {}
for item in data
if empty(item) || item ==# b:delimiter
let item = 'NULL'
endif
if !get(res, item)
let res[item] = 0
endif
let res[item]+=1
endfor
let max_items = reverse(sort(values(res), s:csv_numeric_sort ? 'n' : 's:CSVSortValues'))
" What about the minimum 5 items?
let count_items = keys(res)
if len(max_items) > 5
call remove(max_items, 5, -1)
call map(max_items, 'printf(''\V%s\m'', escape(v:val, ''\\''))')
call filter(res, 'v:val =~ ''^''.join(max_items, ''\|'').''$''')
endif
if has("float")
let title="Nr\tCount\t % \tValue"
else
let title="Nr\tCount\tValue"
endif
echohl Title
echo printf("%s", title)
echohl Normal
echo printf("%s", repeat('=', strdisplaywidth(title)))
let i=1
for val in max_items
for key in keys(res)
if res[key] =~ val && i <= len(max_items)
if !empty(b:delimiter)
let k = substitute(key, b:delimiter . '\?$', '', '')
else
let k = key
endif
if has("float")
echo printf("%02d\t%02d\t%2.0f%%\t%.50s", i, res[key],
\ ((res[key] + 0.0)/qty)*100, k)
else
echo printf("%02d\t%02d\t%.50s", i, res[key], k)
endif
call remove(res,key)
let i+=1
else
continue
endif
endfor
endfor
echo printf("%s", repeat('=', strdisplaywidth(title)))
if &columns > 40
echo printf("different values in column %d: %d", colnr, len(count_items))
else
echo printf("different values: %d", len(count_items))
endif
unlet max_items
endfunc
fu! <sid>Vertfold(bang, col) "{{{3
if a:bang
do Syntax
return
endif
if !has("conceal")
call <sid>Warn("Concealing not supported in your Vim")
return
endif
if empty(b:delimiter) && !exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
call <sid>Warn("There are no columns defined, can't hide away anything!")
return
endif
if empty(a:col)
let colnr=<SID>WColumn()
else
let colnr=a:col
endif
let pat=<sid>GetPat(colnr, <sid>MaxColumns(), '.*', 1)
if exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols") &&
\ pat !~ '^\^\.\*'
" Make the pattern implicitly start at line start,
" so it will be applied by syntax highlighting (:h :syn-priority)
let pat='^.*' . pat
endif
let pat=substitute(pat, '\\zs\(\.\*\)\@=', '', '')
if !empty(pat)
exe "syn match CSVFold /" . pat . "/ conceal cchar=+"
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>InitCSVFixedWidth() "{{{3
if !exists("+cc")
call <sid>Warn("Command disabled: 'colorcolumn' option not available")
return
endif
" Turn off syntax highlighting
syn clear
let max_line = line('$') > 10 ? 10 : line('$')
let t = getline(1, max_line)
let max_len = max(map(t, 'len(split(v:val, ''\zs''))'))
let _cc = &l:cc
let &l:cc = 1
redraw!
let Dict = {'1': 1} " first column is always the start of a new column
let tcc = &l:cc
let &l:cc = 1
echo "<Cursor>, <Space>, <ESC>, <BS>, <CR>, ?"
let char=getchar()
while 1
let skip_mess = 0
if char == "\<Left>" || char == "\<Right>"
let tcc = eval('tcc'.(char=="\<Left>" ? '-' : '+').'1')
if tcc < 0
let tcc=0
elseif tcc > max_len
let tcc = max_len
endif
elseif char == "\<Space>" || char == 32 " Space
let Dict[tcc] = 1
elseif char == "\<BS>" || char == 127
try
call remove(Dict, reverse(sort(keys(Dict)))[0])
catch /^Vim\%((\a\+)\)\=:E\(\%(716\)\|\%(684\)\)/ " Dict or List empty
break
endtry
elseif char == "\<ESC>" || char == 27
let &l:cc=_cc
redraw!
return
elseif char == "\<CR>" || char == "\n" || char == "\r" " Enter
let Dict[tcc] = 1
break
elseif char == char2nr('?')
redraw!
echohl Title
echo "Key\tFunction"
echo "=================="
echohl Normal
echo "<cr>\tDefine new column"
echo "<left>\tMove left"
echo "<right>\tMove right"
echo "<esc>\tAbort"
echo "<bs>\tDelete last column definition"
echo "?\tShow this help\n"
let skip_mess = 1
else
let Dict={}
break
endif
let &l:cc=tcc . (!empty(keys(Dict))? ',' . join(keys(Dict), ','):'')
if !skip_mess
redraw!
echo "<Cursor>, <Space>, <ESC>, <BS>, <CR>..."
endif
let char=getchar()
endw
let b:csv_fixed_width_cols=[]
let tcc=0
let b:csv_fixed_width_cols = sort(keys(Dict), s:csv_numeric_sort ? 'n' : 's:CSVSortValues')
let b:csv_fixed_width = join(sort(keys(Dict), s:csv_numeric_sort ? 'n' : 's:CSVSortValues'), ',')
call <sid>Init(1, line('$'))
let &l:cc=_cc
redraw!
endfu
fu! <sid>NewRecord(line1, line2, count) "{{{3
if a:count =~ "\D"
call <sid>Warn("Invalid count specified")
return
endif
let cnt = (empty(a:count) ? 1 : a:count)
let record = ""
for item in range(1,<sid>MaxColumns())
if !exists("b:col_width")
" Best guess width
if exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let record .= printf("%*s", <sid>ColWidth(item),
\ b:delimiter)
else
let record .= printf("%20s", b:delimiter)
endif
else
let record .= printf("%*s", get(b:col_width, item-1, 0)+1, b:delimiter)
endif
endfor
if getline(1)[-1:] != b:delimiter
let record = record[0:-2] . " "
endif
let line = []
for item in range(cnt)
call add(line, record)
endfor
for nr in range(a:line1, a:line2)
call append(nr, line)
endfor
endfu
fu! <sid>MoveOver(outer) "{{{3
" Move over a field
" a:outer means include the delimiter
let last = 0
let outer_field = a:outer
let cur_field = <sid>WColumn()
let _wsv = winsaveview()
if cur_field == <sid>MaxColumns()
let last = 1
if !outer_field && getline('.')[-1:] != b:delimiter
" No trailing delimiter, so inner == outer
let outer_field = 1
endif
endif
" Move 1 column backwards, unless the cursor is in the first column
" or in front of a delimiter
if matchstr(getline('.'), '.\%'.virtcol('.').'v') != b:delimiter && virtcol('.') > 1
call <sid>MoveCol(-1, line('.'))
endif
" if cur_field != <sid>WColumn()
" cursor was at the beginning of the field, and moved back to the
" previous field, move back to original position
" call cursor(_wsv.lnum, _wsv.col)
" endif
let _s = @/
if last
exe "sil! norm! v$h" . (outer_field ? "" : "h") . (&sel ==# 'exclusive' ? "l" : '')
else
exe "sil! norm! v/." . b:col . "\<cr>h" . (outer_field ? "" : "h") . (&sel ==# 'exclusive' ? "l" : '')
endif
let _wsv.col = col('.')-1
call winrestview(_wsv)
let @/ = _s
endfu
fu! <sid>CSVMappings() "{{{3
call <sid>Map('noremap', 'W', ':<C-U>call <SID>MoveCol(1, line("."))<CR>')
call <sid>Map('noremap', '<C-Right>', ':<C-U>call <SID>MoveCol(1, line("."))<CR>')
call <sid>Map('noremap', 'L', ':<C-U>call <SID>MoveCol(1, line("."))<CR>')
call <sid>Map('noremap', 'E', ':<C-U>call <SID>MoveCol(-1, line("."))<CR>')
call <sid>Map('noremap', '<C-Left>', ':<C-U>call <SID>MoveCol(-1, line("."))<CR>')
call <sid>Map('noremap', 'H', ':<C-U>call <SID>MoveCol(-1, line("."), 1)<CR>')
call <sid>Map('noremap', 'K', ':<C-U>call <SID>MoveCol(0, line(".")-v:count1)<CR>')
call <sid>Map('nnoremap', '<Up>', ':<C-U>call <SID>MoveCol(0, line(".")-v:count1)<CR>')
call <sid>Map('noremap', 'J', ':<C-U>call <SID>MoveCol(0, line(".")+v:count1)<CR>')
call <sid>Map('nnoremap', '<Down>', ':<C-U>call <SID>MoveCol(0, line(".")+v:count1)<CR>')
call <sid>Map('nnoremap', '<CR>', ':<C-U>call <SID>PrepareFolding(1, 1)<CR>')
call <sid>Map('nnoremap', '<Space>', ':<C-U>call <SID>PrepareFolding(1, 0)<CR>')
call <sid>Map('nnoremap', '<BS>', ':<C-U>call <SID>PrepareFolding(0, 1)<CR>')
call <sid>Map('imap', '<CR>', '<sid>ColumnMode()', 'expr')
" Text object: Field
call <sid>Map('xnoremap', 'if', ':<C-U>call <sid>MoveOver(0)<CR>')
call <sid>Map('xnoremap', 'af', ':<C-U>call <sid>MoveOver(1)<CR>')
call <sid>Map('omap', 'af', ':norm vaf<cr>')
call <sid>Map('omap', 'if', ':norm vif<cr>')
call <sid>Map('xnoremap', 'iL', ':<C-U>call <sid>SameFieldRegion()<CR>')
call <sid>Map('omap', 'iL', ':<C-U>call <sid>SameFieldRegion()<CR>')
" Remap <CR> original values to a sane backup
call <sid>Map('noremap', '<LocalLeader>J', 'J')
call <sid>Map('noremap', '<LocalLeader>K', 'K')
call <sid>Map('xnoremap', '<LocalLeader>W', 'W')
call <sid>Map('xnoremap', '<LocalLeader>E', 'E')
call <sid>Map('noremap', '<LocalLeader>H', 'H')
call <sid>Map('noremap', '<LocalLeader>L', 'L')
call <sid>Map('nnoremap', '<LocalLeader><CR>', '<CR>')
call <sid>Map('nnoremap', '<LocalLeader><Space>', '<Space>')
call <sid>Map('nnoremap', '<LocalLeader><BS>', '<BS>')
endfu
fu! <sid>CommandDefinitions() "{{{3
call <sid>LocalCmd("WhatColumn", ':echo <sid>WColumn(<bang>0)',
\ '-bang')
call <sid>LocalCmd("NrColumns", ':call <sid>NrColumns(<q-bang>)', '-bang')
call <sid>LocalCmd("HiColumn", ':call <sid>HiCol(<q-args>,<bang>0)',
\ '-bang -nargs=?')
call <sid>LocalCmd("SearchInColumn",
\ ':call <sid>SearchColumn(<q-args>)', '-nargs=*')
call <sid>LocalCmd("DeleteColumn", ':call <sid>DeleteColumn(<q-args>)',
\ '-nargs=? -complete=custom,<sid>SortComplete')
call <sid>LocalCmd("ArrangeColumn",
\ ':call <sid>ArrangeCol(<line1>, <line2>, <bang>0, -1, <q-args>)',
\ '-range -bang -nargs=?')
call <sid>LocalCmd("UnArrangeColumn",
\':call <sid>PrepUnArrangeCol(<line1>, <line2>)',
\ '-range')
call <sid>LocalCmd("CSVInit", ':call <sid>Init(<line1>,<line2>,<bang>0)',
\ '-bang -range=%')
call <sid>LocalCmd('Header',
\ ':call <sid>SplitHeaderLine(<q-args>,<bang>0,1)',
\ '-nargs=? -bang')
call <sid>LocalCmd('VHeader',
\ ':call <sid>SplitHeaderLine(<q-args>,<bang>0,0)',
\ '-nargs=? -bang')
call <sid>LocalCmd("HeaderToggle",
\ ':call <sid>SplitHeaderToggle(1)', '')
call <sid>LocalCmd("VHeaderToggle",
\ ':call <sid>SplitHeaderToggle(0)', '')
call <sid>LocalCmd("Sort",
\ ':call <sid>Sort(<bang>0, <line1>,<line2>,<q-args>)',
\ '-nargs=* -bang -range=% -complete=custom,<sid>SortComplete')
call <sid>LocalCmd("Column",
\ ':call <sid>CopyCol(empty(<q-reg>)?''"'':<q-reg>,<q-count>,<q-args>)',
\ '-count -register -nargs=?')
call <sid>LocalCmd("MoveColumn",
\ ':call <sid>MoveColumn(<line1>,<line2>,<f-args>)',
\ '-range=% -nargs=* -complete=custom,<sid>SortComplete')
call <sid>LocalCmd("SumCol",
\ ':echo csv#EvalColumn(<q-args>, "<sid>SumColumn", <line1>,<line2>)',
\ '-nargs=? -range=% -complete=custom,<sid>SortComplete')
call <sid>LocalCmd("MaxCol",
\ ':echo csv#EvalColumn(<q-args>, "<sid>MaxColumn", <line1>,<line2>, 1)',
\ '-nargs=? -range=% -complete=custom,<sid>SortComplete')
call <sid>LocalCmd("MinCol",
\ ':echo csv#EvalColumn(<q-args>, "<sid>MaxColumn", <line1>,<line2>, 0)',
\ '-nargs=? -range=% -complete=custom,<sid>SortComplete')
call <sid>LocalCmd("CountCol",
\ ':echo csv#EvalColumn(<q-args>, "<sid>CountColumn", <line1>,<line2>)',
\ '-nargs=? -range=% -complete=custom,<sid>SortComplete')
call <sid>LocalCmd("ConvertData",
\ ':call <sid>PrepareDoForEachColumn(<line1>,<line2>,<bang>0)',
\ '-bang -nargs=? -range=%')
call <sid>LocalCmd("Filters", ':call <sid>OutputFilters(<bang>0)',
\ '-nargs=0 -bang')
call <sid>LocalCmd("Analyze", ':call <sid>AnalyzeColumn(<args>)',
\ '-nargs=?')
call <sid>LocalCmd("VertFold", ':call <sid>Vertfold(<bang>0,<q-args>)',
\ '-bang -nargs=? -range=% -complete=custom,<sid>SortComplete')
call <sid>LocalCmd("CSVFixed", ':call <sid>InitCSVFixedWidth()', '')
call <sid>LocalCmd("NewRecord", ':call <sid>NewRecord(<line1>,
\ <line2>, <q-args>)', '-nargs=? -range')
call <sid>LocalCmd("NewDelimiter", ':call <sid>NewDelimiter(<q-args>, 1, line(''$''))',
\ '-nargs=1')
call <sid>LocalCmd("Duplicates", ':call <sid>CheckDuplicates(<q-args>)',
\ '-nargs=1 -complete=custom,<sid>CompleteColumnNr')
call <sid>LocalCmd('Transpose', ':call <sid>Transpose(<line1>, <line2>)',
\ '-range=%')
call <sid>LocalCmd('CSVTabularize', ':call <sid>Tabularize(<bang>0,<line1>,<line2>)',
\ '-bang -range=%')
call <sid>LocalCmd("AddColumn",
\ ':call <sid>AddColumn(<line1>,<line2>,<f-args>)',
\ '-range=% -nargs=* -complete=custom,<sid>SortComplete')
call <sid>LocalCmd('Substitute', ':call <sid>SubstituteInColumn(<q-args>,<line1>,<line2>)',
\ '-nargs=1 -range=%')
endfu
fu! <sid>Map(map, name, definition, ...) "{{{3
let keyname = substitute(a:name, '[<>]', '', 'g')
let expr = (exists("a:1") && a:1 == 'expr' ? '<expr>' : '')
if !get(g:, "csv_nomap_". tolower(keyname), 0)
" All mappings are buffer local
exe a:map "<buffer> <silent>". expr a:name a:definition
" should already exists
if a:map == 'nnoremap'
let unmap = 'nunmap'
elseif a:map == 'noremap' || a:map == 'map'
let unmap = 'unmap'
elseif a:map == 'vnoremap'
let unmap = 'vunmap'
elseif a:map == 'omap'
let unmap = 'ounmap'
elseif a:map == 'imap'
let unmap = 'iunmap'
elseif a:map == 'xnoremap'
let unmap = 'xunmap'
endif
let b:undo_ftplugin .= "| " . unmap . " <buffer> " . a:name
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>LocalCmd(name, definition, args) "{{{3
if !exists(':'.a:name)
exe "com! -buffer " a:args a:name a:definition
let b:undo_ftplugin .= "| sil! delc " . a:name
endif
" Setup :CSV<Command> Aliases
if a:name !~ '^CSV'
call <sid>LocalCmd('CSV'.a:name, a:definition, a:args)
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>Menu(enable) "{{{3
if a:enable
" Make a menu for the graphical vim
amenu CSV.&Init\ Plugin :CSVInit<cr>
amenu CSV.SetUp\ &fixedwidth\ Cols :CSVFixed<cr>
amenu CSV.-sep1- <nul>
amenu &CSV.&Column.&Number :WhatColumn<cr>
amenu CSV.Column.N&ame :WhatColumn!<cr>
amenu CSV.Column.&Highlight\ column :HiColumn<cr>
amenu CSV.Column.&Remove\ highlight :HiColumn!<cr>
amenu CSV.Column.&Delete :DeleteColumn<cr>
amenu CSV.Column.&Sort :%Sort<cr>
amenu CSV.Column.&Copy :Column<cr>
amenu CSV.Column.&Move :%MoveColumn<cr>
amenu CSV.Column.S&um :%SumCol<cr>
amenu CSV.Column.Analy&ze :Analyze<cr>
amenu CSV.Column.&Arrange :%ArrangeCol<cr>
amenu CSV.Column.&UnArrange :%UnArrangeCol<cr>
amenu CSV.Column.&Add :%AddColumn<cr>
amenu CSV.-sep2- <nul>
amenu CSV.&Toggle\ Header :HeaderToggle<cr>
amenu CSV.&ConvertData :ConvertData<cr>
amenu CSV.Filters :Filters<cr>
amenu CSV.Hide\ C&olumn :VertFold<cr>
amenu CSV.&New\ Record :NewRecord<cr>
else
" just in case the Menu wasn't defined properly
sil! amenu disable CSV
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>SaveOptions(list) "{{{3
let save = {}
for item in a:list
exe "let save.". item. " = &l:". item
endfor
return save
endfu
fu! <sid>NewDelimiter(newdelimiter, firstl, lastl) "{{{3
let save = <sid>SaveOptions(['ro', 'ma'])
if exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
call <sid>Warn("NewDelimiter does not work with fixed width column!")
return
endif
if !&l:ma
setl ma
endif
if &l:ro
setl noro
endif
let delimiter = a:newdelimiter
if a:newdelimiter is '\t'
let delimiter="\t"
endif
let line=a:firstl
while line <= a:lastl
" Don't change delimiter for comments
if getline(line) =~ '^\s*\V'. escape(b:csv_cmt[0], '\\')
let line+=1
continue
endif
let fields=split(getline(line), b:col . '\zs')
" Remove field delimiter
call map(fields, 'substitute(v:val, b:delimiter .
\ ''\?$'' , "", "")')
call setline(line, join(fields, delimiter))
let line+=1
endwhile
" reset local buffer options
for [key, value] in items(save)
call setbufvar('', '&'. key, value)
endfor
"reinitialize the plugin
if exists("g:csv_delim")
let _delim = g:csv_delim
endif
let g:csv_delim = delimiter
call <sid>Init(1,line('$'))
if exists("_delim")
let g:csv_delim = _delim
else
unlet g:csv_delim
endif
unlet! _delim
endfu
fu! <sid>IN(list, value) "{{{3
for item in a:list
if item == a:value
return 1
endif
endfor
return 0
endfu
fu! <sid>DuplicateRows(columnlist) "{{{3
let duplicates = {}
let cnt = 0
let line = 1
while line <= line('$')
let key = ""
let i = 1
let content = getline(line)
" Skip comments
if content =~ '^\s*\V'. escape(b:csv_cmt[0], '\\')
continue
endif
let cols = split(content, b:col. '\zs')
for column in cols
if <sid>IN(a:columnlist, i)
let key .= column
endif
let i += 1
endfor
if has_key(duplicates, key) && cnt < 10
call <sid>Warn("Duplicate Row ". line)
let cnt += 1
elseif has_key(duplicates, key)
call <sid>Warn("More duplicate Rows after: ". line)
call <sid>Warn("Aborting...")
return
else
let duplicates[key] = 1
endif
let line += 1
endwhile
if cnt == 0
call <sid>Warn("No Duplicate Row found!")
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>CompleteColumnNr(A,L,P) "{{{3
return join(range(1,<sid>MaxColumns()), "\n")
endfu
fu! <sid>CheckDuplicates(list) "{{{3
let string = a:list
if string =~ '\d\s\?-\s\?\d'
let string = substitute(string, '\(\d\+\)\s\?-\s\?\(\d\+\)',
\ '\=join(range(submatch(1),submatch(2)), ",")', '')
endif
let list=split(string, ',')
call <sid>DuplicateRows(list)
endfu
fu! <sid>Transpose(line1, line2) "{{{3
" Note: - Comments will be deleted.
" - Does not work with fixed-width columns
if exists("b:csv_fixed_width")
call <sid>Warn("Transposing does not work with fixed-width columns!")
return
endif
let _wsv = winsaveview()
let TrailingDelim = 0
if line('$') > 1
let TrailingDelim = getline(1) =~ b:delimiter.'$'
endif
let pat = '^\s*\V'. escape(b:csv_cmt[0], '\\')
try
let columns = <sid>MaxColumns(a:line1)
catch
" No column, probably because of comment or empty line
" so use the number of columns from the beginning of the file
let columns = <sid>MaxColumns()
endtry
let matrix = []
for line in range(a:line1, a:line2)
" Filter comments out
if getline(line) =~ pat
continue
endif
let r = []
for row in range(1,columns)
let field = <sid>GetColumn(line, row, 0)
call add(r, field)
endfor
call add(matrix, r)
endfor
unlet row
" create new transposed matrix
let transposed = []
for row in matrix
let i = 0
for val in row
if get(transposed, i, []) == []
call add(transposed, [])
endif
if val[-1:] != b:delimiter
let val .= b:delimiter
endif
call add(transposed[i], val)
let i+=1
endfor
endfor
" Save memory
unlet! matrix
call map(transposed, 'join(v:val, '''')')
if !TrailingDelim
call map(transposed, 'substitute(v:val, b:delimiter.''\?$'', "", "")')
endif
" filter out empty records
call filter(transposed, 'v:val != b:delimiter')
" Insert transposed data
let delete_last_line = 0
if a:line1 == 1 && a:line2 == line('$')
let delete_last_line = 1
endif
exe a:line1. ",". a:line2. "d _"
let first = (a:line1 > 0 ? (a:line1 - 1) : 0)
call append(first, transposed)
if delete_last_line
sil $d _
endif
" save memory
unlet! transposed
call winrestview(_wsv)
endfu
fu! <sid>NrColumns(bang) "{{{3
try
let cols = empty(a:bang) ? <sid>MaxColumns() : <sid>MaxColumns(line('.'))
catch
" No column or comment line
call <sid>Warn("No valid CSV Column!")
endtry
echo cols
endfu
fu! <sid>Tabularize(bang, first, last) "{{{3
if match(split(&ft, '\.'),'csv') == -1
call <sid>Warn("No CSV filetype, aborting!")
return
endif
let _c = winsaveview()
" Table delimiter definition "{{{4
if !exists("s:td")
let s:td = {
\ 'hbar': (&enc =~# 'utf-8' ? '─' : '-'),
\ 'vbar': (&enc =~# 'utf-8' ? '│' : '|'),
\ 'scol': (&enc =~# 'utf-8' ? '├' : '|'),
\ 'ecol': (&enc =~# 'utf-8' ? '┤' : '|'),
\ 'ltop': (&enc =~# 'utf-8' ? '┌' : '+'),
\ 'rtop': (&enc =~# 'utf-8' ? '┐' : '+'),
\ 'lbot': (&enc =~# 'utf-8' ? '└' : '+'),
\ 'rbot': (&enc =~# 'utf-8' ? '┘' : '+'),
\ 'cros': (&enc =~# 'utf-8' ? '┼' : '+'),
\ 'dhor': (&enc =~# 'utf-8' ? '┬' : '-'),
\ 'uhor': (&enc =~# 'utf-8' ? '┴' : '-')
\ }
endif "}}}4
if match(getline(a:first), '^'.s:td.ltop) > -1
" Already tabularized, done
call <sid>Warn("Looks already Tabularized, aborting!")
return
endif
let _ma = &l:ma
setl ma
let colwidth = 0
let adjust_last = 0
call cursor(a:first,0)
call <sid>CheckHeaderLine()
let line=a:first
if exists("g:csv_table_leftalign")
let b:csv_arrange_leftalign = 1
endif
let newlines=[]
let content=[]
while line <= a:last
if foldclosed(line) != -1
let line = foldclosedend(line) + 1
continue
endif
let curline = getline(line)
call add(content, curline)
if empty(split(curline, b:delimiter))
" only empty delimiters, add one empty delimiter
" (:NewDelimiter strips trailing delimiter
let curline = repeat(b:delimiter, <sid>MaxColumns())
call add(newlines, line)
call setline(line, curline)
endif
let line+=1
endw
unlet! line
let delim=b:delimiter
new
call setline(1,content)
let b:delimiter=delim
let csv_highlight_column = get(g:, 'csv_highlight_column', '')
unlet! g:csv_highlight_column
call <sid>Init(1,line('$'), 1)
if exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols")
let cols=copy(b:csv_fixed_width_cols)
let pat = join(map(cols, ' ''\(\%''. v:val. ''c\)'' '), '\|')
let colwidth = strlen(substitute(getline('$'), '.', 'x', 'g'))
let t=-1
let b:col_width = []
for item in b:csv_fixed_width_cols + [colwidth]
if t > -1
call add(b:col_width, item-t)
endif
let t = item
endfor
else
" don't clear column width variable, might have been set in the
" plugin!
sil call <sid>ArrangeCol(1, line('$'), 0, -1)
if !get(b:, 'csv_arrange_leftalign',0)
for line in newlines
let cline = getline(line)
let cline = substitute(cline, '\s$', ' ', '')
call setline(line, cline)
endfor
unlet! line
endif
endif
if empty(b:col_width)
call <sid>Warn('An error occured, aborting!')
return
endif
if getline(a:first)[-1:] isnot? b:delimiter
let b:col_width[-1] += 1
endif
let marginline = s:td.scol. join(map(copy(b:col_width), 'repeat(s:td.hbar, v:val)'), s:td.cros). s:td.ecol
call <sid>NewDelimiter(s:td.vbar, 1, line('$'))
"exe printf('sil %d,%ds/%s/%s/ge', a:first, (a:last+adjust_last),
" \ (exists("b:csv_fixed_width_cols") ? pat : b:delimiter ), s:td.vbar)
" Add vertical bar in first column, if there isn't already one
exe printf('sil %d,%ds/%s/%s/e', 1, line('$'),
\ '^[^'. s:td.vbar. s:td.scol. ']', s:td.vbar.'&')
" And add a final vertical bar, if there isn't one already
exe printf('sil %d,%ds/%s/%s/e', 1, line('$'),
\ '[^'. s:td.vbar. s:td.ecol. ']$', '&'. s:td.vbar)
" Make nice intersection graphs
let line = split(getline(1), s:td.vbar)
call map(line, 'substitute(v:val, ''[^''.s:td.vbar. '']'', s:td.hbar, ''g'')')
" Set top and bottom margins
call append(0, s:td.ltop. join(line, s:td.dhor). s:td.rtop)
call append(line('$'), s:td.lbot. join(line, s:td.uhor). s:td.rbot)
if s:csv_fold_headerline > 0
call append(1 + s:csv_fold_headerline, marginline)
let adjust_last += 1
endif
" Syntax will be turned off, so disable this part
"
" Adjust headerline to header of new table
"let b:csv_headerline = (exists('b:csv_headerline')?b:csv_headerline+2:3)
"call <sid>CheckHeaderLine()
" Adjust syntax highlighting
"unlet! b:current_syntax
"ru syntax/csv.vim
if a:bang
exe printf('sil %d,%ds/^%s\zs\n/&%s&/e', 1 + s:csv_fold_headerline, line('$') + adjust_last,
\ '[^'.s:td.scol. '][^'.s:td.hbar.'].*', marginline)
endif
syn clear
let &l:ma = _ma
if !empty(csv_highlight_column)
let g:csv_highlight_column = csv_highlight_column
endif
call winrestview(_c)
endfu
fu! <sid>SubstituteInColumn(command, line1, line2) range "{{{3
" Command can be something like 1,2/foobar/foobaz/ to replace in 1 and second column
" Command can be something like /foobar/foobaz/ to replace in the current column
" Command can be something like 1,$/foobar/foobaz/ to replace in all columns
" Command can be something like 3/foobar/foobaz/flags to replace only in the 3rd column
" Save position and search register
let _wsv = winsaveview()
let _search = [ '/', getreg('/'), getregtype('/')]
let columns = []
let maxcolnr = <sid>MaxColumns()
let simple_s_command = 0 " when set to 1, we can simply use an :s command
" try to split on '/' if it is not escaped or in a collection
let cmd = split(a:command, '\%([\\]\|\[[^]]*\)\@<!/')
if a:command !~? '^\%([$]\|\%(\d\+\)\%(,\%([0-9]\+\|[$]\)\)\?\)/' ||
\ len(cmd) == 2 ||
\ ((len(cmd) == 3 && cmd[2] =~# '^[&cgeiInp#l]\+$'))
" No Column address given
call add(columns, <sid>WColumn())
let cmd = [columns[0]] + cmd "First item of cmd list contains address!
elseif ((len(cmd) == 3 && cmd[2] !~# '^[&cgeiInp#l]\+$')
\ || len(cmd) == 4)
" command could be '1/foobbar/foobaz'
" but also 'foobar/foobar/g'
let columns = split(cmd[0], ',')
if empty(columns)
" No columns given? replace in current column only
let columns[0] = <sid>WColumn()
elseif columns[-1] == '$'
let columns[-1] = maxcolnr
endif
else " not reached ?
call add(columns, <sid>WColumn())
endif
try
if len(cmd) == 1 || columns[0] =~ '\D' || (len(columns) == 2 && columns[1] =~ '\D')
call <SID>Warn("Error! Usage :S [columns/]pattern/replace[/flags]")
return
endif
if len(columns) == 2 && columns[0] == 1 && columns[1] == maxcolnr
let simple_s_command = 1
elseif len(columns) == 2
let columns = range(columns[0], columns[1])
endif
let has_flags = len(cmd) == 4
if simple_s_command
while search(cmd[1])
exe printf("%d,%ds/%s/%s%s", a:line1, a:line2, cmd[1], cmd[2], (has_flags ? '/'. cmd[3] : ''))
if !has_flags || (has_flags && cmd[3] !~# 'g')
break
endif
endw
else
for colnr in columns
let @/ = <sid>GetPat(colnr, maxcolnr, cmd[1], 1)
while search(@/)
let curpos = getpos('.')
" safety check
if (<sid>WColumn() != colnr)
break
endif
if len(split(getline('.'), '\zs')) > curpos[2] && <sid>GetCursorChar() is# b:delimiter
" Cursor is on delimiter and next char belongs to the
" next field, skip this match
norm! l
if (<sid>WColumn() != colnr)
break
endif
call setpos('.', curpos)
endif
exe printf("%d,%ds//%s%s", a:line1, a:line2, cmd[2], (has_flags ? '/'. cmd[3] : ''))
if !has_flags || (has_flags && cmd[3] !~# 'g')
break
endif
endw
endfor
endif
catch /^Vim\%((\a\+)\)\=:E486/
" Pattern not found
echohl Error
echomsg "E486: Pattern not found in column " . colnr . ": " . pat
if &vbs > 0
echomsg substitute(v:exception, '^[^:]*:', '','')
endif
echohl Normal
catch
echohl Error
"if &vbs > 0
echomsg substitute(v:exception, '^[^:]*:', '','')
"endif
echohl Normal
finally
" Restore position and search register
call winrestview(_wsv)
call call('setreg', _search)
endtry
endfu
fu! <sid>ColumnMode() "{{{3
let mode = mode()
if mode =~# 'R'
" (virtual) Replace mode
let new_line = (line('.') == line('$') ||
\ (synIDattr(synIDtrans(synID(line("."), col("."), 1)), "name") =~? "comment"))
return "\<ESC>g`[". (new_line ? "o" : "J".mode)
else
return "\<CR>"
endif
endfu
fu! <sid>Timeout(start) "{{{3
return localtime()-a:start < 2
endfu
fu! <sid>GetCursorChar() "{{{3
let register = ['a', getreg('a'), getregtype('a')]
try
norm! v"ay
let s=getreg('a')
return s
finally
call call('setreg', register)
endtry
endfu
fu! <sid>SameFieldRegion() "{{{3
" visually select the region, that has the same value in the cursor field
let col = <sid>WColumn()
let max = <sid>MaxColumns()
let field = <sid>GetColumn(line('.'), col, 0)
let line = line('.')
let limit = [line, line]
" Search upwards and downwards from the current position and find the
" limit of the current selection
while line > 1
let line -= 1
if <sid>GetColumn(line, col, 0) ==# field
let limit[0] = line
else
break
endif
endw
let line = line('.')
while line > 1 && line < line('$')
let line += 1
if <sid>GetColumn(line, col, 0) ==# field
let limit[1] = line
else
break
endif
endw
exe printf(':norm! %dGV%dG',limit[0],limit[1])
endfu
fu! CSV_CloseBuffer(buffer) "{{{3
" Setup by SetupAutoCmd autocommand
try
if bufnr((a:buffer)+0) > -1
exe a:buffer. "bw"
endif
catch /^Vim\%((\a\+)\)\=:E517/ " buffer already wiped
" no-op
finally
augroup CSV_QuitPre
au!
augroup END
augroup! CSV_QuitPre
endtry
endfu
fu! CSV_SetSplitOptions(window) "{{{3
if exists("s:local_stl")
" local horizontal statusline
for opt in items({'&nu': &l:nu, '&rnu': &l:rnu, '&fdc': &fdc})
if opt[1] != getwinvar(a:window, opt[0])
call setwinvar(a:window, opt[0], opt[1])
endif
endfor
" Check statusline (airline might change it)
if getwinvar(a:window, '&l:stl') != s:local_stl
call setwinvar(a:window, '&stl', s:local_stl)
endif
endif
endfun
" Global functions "{{{2
fu! csv#EvalColumn(nr, func, first, last, ...) range "{{{3
" Make sure, the function is called for the correct filetype.
if match(split(&ft, '\.'), 'csv') == -1
call <sid>Warn("File is no CSV file!")
return
endif
let save = winsaveview()
call <sid>CheckHeaderLine()
let nr = matchstr(a:nr, '^\-\?\d\+')
let col = (empty(nr) ? <sid>WColumn() : nr)
if col == 0
let col = 1
endif
" don't take the header line into consideration
let start = a:first - 1 + s:csv_fold_headerline
let stop = a:last - 1 + s:csv_fold_headerline
let column = <sid>CopyCol('', col, '')[start : stop]
" Delete delimiter
call map(column, 'substitute(v:val, b:delimiter . "$", "", "g")')
" Revmoe trailing whitespace
call map(column, 'substitute(v:val, ''^\s\+$'', "", "g")')
" Remove leading whitespace
call map(column, 'substitute(v:val, ''^\s\+'', "", "g")')
" Delete empty values
" Leave this up to the function that does something
" with each value
"call filter(column, '!empty(v:val)')
" parse the optional number format
let format = matchstr(a:nr, '/[^/]*/')
let s:additional={}
call <sid>NumberFormat()
if !empty(format)
try
let s = []
" parse the optional number format
let str = matchstr(format, '/\zs[^/]*\ze/', 0, start)
let s = matchlist(str, '\(.\)\?:\(.\)\?')[1:2]
if empty(s)
" Number format wrong
call <sid>Warn("Numberformat wrong, needs to be /x:y/!")
return ''
endif
if !empty(s[0])
let s:nr_format[0] = s[0]
endif
if !empty(s[1])
let s:nr_format[1] = s[1]
endif
endtry
endif
let distinct = matchstr(a:nr, '\<distinct\>')
if !empty(distinct)
let s:additional.distinct=1
endif
if function(a:func) is# function("\<snr>".s:SID."_MaxColumn")
let s:additional.ismax = a:1
endif
try
let result=call(function(a:func), [column])
return result
catch
" Evaluation of expression failed
echohl Title
echomsg "Evaluating" matchstr(a:func, '[a-zA-Z]\+$')
\ "failed for column" col . "!"
echohl Normal
return ''
finally
call winrestview(save)
endtry
endfu
" return field index (x,y) with leading/trailing whitespace and trailing
" delimiter stripped (only when a:0 is not given)
fu! CSVField(x, y, ...) "{{{3
if &ft != 'csv'
return
endif
let y = a:y - 1
let x = (a:x < 0 ? 0 : a:x)
let orig = !empty(a:0)
let y = (y < 0 ? 0 : y)
let x = (x > (<sid>MaxColumns()) ? (<sid>MaxColumns()) : x)
let col = <sid>CopyCol('',x,'')
if !orig
" remove leading and trainling whitespace and the delimiter
return matchstr(col[y], '^\s*\zs.\{-}\ze\s*'.b:delimiter.'\?$')
else
return col[y]
endif
endfu
" return current column number (if a:0 is given, returns the name
fu! CSVCol(...) "{{{3
return <sid>WColumn(a:0)
endfu
fu! CSVPat(colnr, ...) "{{{3
" Make sure, we are working in a csv file
if &ft != 'csv'
return ''
endif
" encapsulates GetPat(), that returns the search pattern for a
" given column and tries to set the cursor at the specific position
let pat = <sid>GetPat(a:colnr, <SID>MaxColumns(), a:0 ? a:1 : '.*', 1)
"let pos = match(pat, '.*\\ze') + 1
" Try to set the cursor at the beginning of the pattern
" does not work
"call setcmdpos(pos)
return pat
endfu
fu! CSVSum(col, fmt, first, last) "{{{3
let first = a:first
let last = a:last
if empty(first)
let first = 1
endif
if empty(last)
let last = line('$')
endif
return csv#EvalColumn(a:col, '<sid>SumColumn', first, last)
endfu
fu! CSVMax(col, fmt, first, last) "{{{3
let first = a:first
let last = a:last
if empty(first)
let first = 1
endif
if empty(last)
let last = line('$')
endif
return csv#EvalColumn(a:col, '<sid>MaxColumn', first, last, 1)
endfu
fu! CSVMin(col, fmt, first, last) "{{{3
let first = a:first
let last = a:last
if empty(first)
let first = 1
endif
if empty(last)
let last = line('$')
endif
return csv#EvalColumn(a:col, '<sid>MaxColumn', first, last, 0)
endfu
fu! CSVCount(col, fmt, first, last, ...) "{{{3
let first = a:first
let last = a:last
let distinct = 0
if empty(first)
let first = 1
endif
if empty(last)
let last = line('$')
endif
if !exists('s:additional')
let s:additional = {}
endif
if exists("a:1") && !empty(a:1)
let s:additional['distinct'] = 1
endif
let result=csv#EvalColumn(a:col, '<sid>CountColumn', first, last, distinct)
unlet! s:additional['distinct']
return (empty(result) ? 0 : result)
endfu
fu! CSV_WCol(...) "{{{3
" Needed for airline
try
if line('$') == 1 && empty(getline(1))
" Empty file
return ''
elseif exists("a:1") && (a:1 == 'Name' || a:1 == 1)
return printf("%s", <sid>WColumn(1))
else
return printf(" %d/%d", <SID>WColumn(), <SID>MaxColumns())
endif
catch
return ''
endtry
endfun
" Initialize Plugin "{{{2
let b:csv_start = exists("b:csv_start") ? b:csv_start : 1
let b:csv_end = exists("b:csv_end") ? b:csv_end : line('$')
call <SID>Init(b:csv_start, b:csv_end)
let &cpo = s:cpo_save
unlet s:cpo_save
" Vim Modeline " {{{2
" vim: set foldmethod=marker et:
doc/ft-csv.txt [[[1
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*ft-csv.txt* For Vim version 7.4 Last Change: Thu, 15 Jan 2015
Author: Christian Brabandt <cb@256bit.org>
Version: 0.31
Homepage: http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=2830
The VIM LICENSE applies to the CSV filetype plugin (see |copyright|).
NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. USE AT-YOUR-OWN-RISK.
*csv-toc*
1. Introduction.................................|csv-intro|
2. Installation.................................|csv-installation|
3. CSV Commands.................................|csv-commands|
3.1 WhatColumn..............................|WhatColumn_CSV|
3.2 NrColumns...............................|NrColumns_CSV|
3.3 SearchInColumn..........................|SearchInColumn_CSV|
3.4 HiColumn................................|HiColumn_CSV|
3.5 ArrangeColumn...........................|ArrangeColumn_CSV|
3.6 UnArrangeColumn.........................|UnArrangeColumn_CSV|
3.7 DeleteColumn............................|DeleteColumn_CSV|
3.8 InitCSV.................................|InitCSV|
3.9 Header..................................|Header_CSV|
3.10 Sort...................................|Sort_CSV|
3.11 CopyColumn.............................|Copy_CSV|
3.12 MoveColumn.............................|MoveCol_CSV|
3.13 Sum of a column........................|SumCol_CSV|
3.14 Create new records ....................|NewRecord_CSV|
3.15 Change the delimiter...................|NewDelimiter_CSV|
3.16 Check for duplicate records............|Duplicate_CSV|
3.17 Normal mode commands...................|csv-mapping|
3.18 Convert CSV file.......................|csv-convert|
3.19 Dynamic filters........................|csv-filter|
3.20 Analyze a column.......................|csv-analyze|
3.21 Vertical Folding.......................|csv-vertfold|
3.22 Transposing columns....................|csv-transpose|
3.23 Transforming into a table..............|csv-tabularize|
3.24 Add new empty columns..................|AddColumn_CSV|
3.25 Substitute in columns..................|Substitute_CSV|
3.26 Count values inside a column...........|Count_CSV|
3.27 Maximum/Minimum values ................|MaxCol_CSV|
4. CSV Filetype configuration...................|csv-configuration|
4.1 Delimiter...............................|csv-delimiter|
4.2 Column..................................|csv-column|
4.3 HiGroup.................................|csv-higroup|
4.4 Strict Columns..........................|csv-strict|
4.5 Concealing..............................|csv-conceal|
4.6 Newlines................................|csv-newline|
4.7 Highlight column automatically..........|csv-hicol|
4.8 Fixed width columns.....................|csv-fixedwidth|
4.8.1 Manual setup
4.8.2 Setup using a Wizard
4.9 CSV Header lines........................|csv-header|
4.10 Number format..........................|csv-nrformat|
4.11 Move folded lines......................|csv-move-folds|
4.12 Using Comments.........................|csv-comments|
5. Functions....................................|CSV-Functions|
5.1 CSVPat()................................|CSVPat()|
5.2 CSVField()..............................|CSVField()|
5.3 CSVCol()................................|CSVCol()|
5.4 CSVCount()..............................|CSVCount()|
5.4 CSVMax()................................|CSVMax()|
5.4 CSVMin()................................|CSVMin()|
6. CSV Tips and Tricks..........................|csv-tips|
6.1 Statusline..............................|csv-stl|
6.2 Slow CSV plugin.........................|csv-slow|
6.3 Defining custom aggregate functions.....|csv-aggregate-functions|
6.4 Autocommand on opening/closing files....|csv-arrange-autocmd|
6.5 CSV Syntax error........................|csv-syntax-error|
6.6 Calculating new column values...........|csv-calculate-column|
7. CSV Changelog................................|csv-changelog|
==============================================================================
1. Introduction *csv-intro*
This plugin is used for handling column separated data with Vim. Usually those
files are called csv files and use the ',' as delimiter, though sometimes they
use e.g. the '|' or ';' as delimiter and there also exists fixedwidth columns.
The aim of this plugin is to ease handling these kinds of files.
This is a filetype plugin for CSV files. It was heavily influenced by
the Vim Wiki Tip667 (http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/VimTip667), though it
works differently. For instructions on installing this file, type
:help add-local-help |add-local-help| inside Vim. For a screenshot, of
how the plugin can be used, see http://www.256bit.org/~chrisbra/csv.gif
==============================================================================
2. Installation *csv-installation*
In order to have vim automatically detect csv files, you need to have
|ftplugins| enabled (e.g. by having this line in your |.vimrc| file: >
:filetype plugin on
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The plugin already sets up some logic to detect CSV files. By default,
the plugin recognizes *.csv and *.dat files as CSV filetype. In order that the
CSV filetype plugin is loaded correctly, vim needs to be enabled to load
|filetype-plugins|. This can be ensured by putting a line like this in your
|.vimrc|: >
:filetype plugin on
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(see also |filetype-plugin-on|).
In case this did not work, you need to setup vim like this:
To have Vim automatically detect csv files, you need to do the following.
1) Create your user runtime directory if you do not have one yet. This
directory needs to be in your 'runtime' path. In Unix this would
typically the ~/.vim directory, while in Windows this is usually your
~/vimfiles directory. Use :echo expand("~") to find out, what Vim thinks
your user directory is.
To create this directory, you can do: >
:!mkdir ~/.vim
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for Unix and >
:!mkdir ~/vimfiles
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for Windows.
2) In that directory you create a file that will detect csv files. >
if exists("did_load_csvfiletype")
finish
endif
let did_load_csvfiletype=1
augroup filetypedetect
au! BufRead,BufNewFile *.csv,*.dat setfiletype csv
augroup END
<
You save this file as "filetype.vim" in your user runtime diretory: >
:w ~/.vim/filetype.vim
<
3) To be able to use your new filetype.vim detection, you need to restart
Vim. Vim will then load the csv filetype plugin for all files whose
names end with .csv.
==============================================================================
3. Commands *csv-commands*
The CSV ftplugin provides several Commands. All commands are also provided
with the prefix :CSV (e.g. |:CSVNrColumns|)
*:CSVWhatColumn*
3.1 WhatColumn *WhatColumn_CSV*
--------------
If you would like to know, on which column the cursor is, use >
:WhatColumn
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or >
:CSVWhatColumn
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Use the bang attribute, if you have a heading in the first line and you want
to know the name of the column in which the cursor is: >
:WhatColumn!
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*:CSVNrColumns*
3.2 NrColumns *NrColumns_CSV*
--------------
`:NrColumns` and `:CSVNrColumns` outputs the maximum number of columns
available. It does this by testing the first 10 lines for the number of
columns. This usually should be enough. If you use the '!' attribute, it
outputs the number of columns in the current line.
*:CSVSearchInColumn*
3.3 SearchInColumn *SearchInColumn_CSV*
------------------
Use `:SearchInColumn` or `:CSVSearchInColumn` to search for a pattern within a
specific column. The usage is: >
:SearchInColumn [<nr>] /{pat}/
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So if you would like to search in Column 1 for the word foobar, you enter >
:SearchInColumn 1 /foobar/
Instead of / as delimiter, you can use any other delimiter you like. If you
don't enter a column, the current column will be used.
*:CSVHiColumn*
3.4 HiColumn *HiColumn_CSV*
------------
`:HiColumn` or `:CSVHiColumn` <nr> can be used to highlight Column <nr>.
Currently the plugin uses the WildMenu Highlight Group. If you would like to
change this, you need to define the variable |g:csv_hiGroup|.
If you do not specify a <nr>, HiColumn will highlight the column on which the
cursor is. Use >
:HiColumn!
to remove any highlighting.
If you want to automatically highlight a column, see |csv-hicol|
*:ArrangeColumn* *:CSVArrangeColumn*
3.5 ArrangeColumn *ArrangeColumn_CSV*
-----------------
If you would like all columns to be visually arranged, you can use the
`:ArrangeColumn` or `:CSVArrangeColumn` command: >
:[range]ArrangeColumn[!] [<Row>]
Beware, that this will change your file and depending on the size of
your file may slow down Vim significantly. This is highly experimental.
:ArrangeCommand will try to vertically align all columns by their maximum
column size. While the command is run, a progressbar in the statusline 'stl'
will be shown.
Use the bang attribute to force recalculating the column width. This is
slower, but especially if you have modified the file, this will correctly
calculate the width of each column so that they can be correctly aligned. If
no column width has been calculated before, the width will be calculated, even
if the '!' has not been given.
If <Row> is given, will use the Row, to calculate the width, else will
calculate the maximum of at least the first 10,000 rows to calculate the
width. The limit of 10,000 is set to speed up the processing and can be
overriden by setting the "b:csv_arrange_use_all_rows" variable (see below).
If [range] is not given, it defaults to the current line.
By default, the columns will be righ-aligned. If you want a different
alignment you need to specify this through the b:csv_arrange_align variable.
This is a string of flags ('r': right align, 'l': left align, 'c': center
alignment, '.': decimal alignment) where each flag defines the alignment for
a particular column (starting from left). Missing columns will be right aligned.
So this: >
:let b:csv_arrange_align = 'lc.'
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Will left-align the first column, center align the second column, decimal
align the third column and all following columns right align. (Note: decimal
aligning might slow down Vim and additionally, if the value is no decimal
number it will be right aligned).
If you change the alignment parameter, you need to use the "!" attribute, the
next time you run the |:ArrangeCol| command, otherwise for performance
reasons, it won't be considered.
Note, arranging the columns can be very slow on large files or many columns (see
|csv-slow| on how to increase performance for this command). For large files,
calculating the column width can take long and take a consierable amount of
memory. Therefore, the csv plugin will at most check 10.000 lines for the
width. Set the variable b:csv_arrange_use_all_rows to 1 to use all records: >
:let b:csv_arrange_use_all_rows = 1
<
(this could however in the worst case lead to a crash).
To disable the statusline progressbar set the variable g:csv_no_progress: >
:let g:csv_no_progress = 1
<
This will disable the progressbar and slightly improve performance (since no
additional redraws are needed).
Note: this command does not work for fixed width columns |csv-fixedwidth|
See also |csv-arrange-autocmd| on how to have vim automaticaly arrange a CSV
file upon entering it.
*:CSVUnArrangeColumn*
3.6 UnArrangeColumn *UnArrangeColumn_CSV*
-----------------
If you would like to undo a previous :ArrangeColumn command, you can use this
`:UnArrangeColumn` or `:CSVUnArrangeColumn` command: >
:[range]UnArrangeColumn
Beware, that is no exact undo of the :ArrangeColumn command, since it strips
away all leading blanks for each column. So if previously a column contained
only some blanks, this command will strip all blanks.
If [range] is given, it defaults to the current line.
*:CSVDeleteColumn*
3.7 DeleteColumn *DeleteColumn_CSV*
----------------
The command `:DeleteColumn` or `:CSVDeleteColumn` can be used to delete a specific column. >
:DeleteColumn 2
will delete column 2.
If you don't specify a column number, it will delete the column on which the
cursor is. Alternatively, you can also specify a search string. The plugin
will then delete all columns that match the pattern: >
:DeleteColumn /foobar
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will delete all columns where the pattern "foobar" matches.
*:CSVInit*
3.8 CSVInit
-----------
Reinitialize the Plugin. Use this, if you have changed the configuration
of the plugin (see |csv-configuration| ).
If you use the bang (!) attribute, it will keep the b:delimiter configuration
variable.
*:CSVHeader*
3.9 Header lines *Header_CSV*
----------------
The `:Header` or `:CSVHeader` command splits the csv-buffer and adds a window,
that holds a small fraction of the csv file. This is useful, if the first line
contains some kind of a heading and you want always to display it. This works
similar to fixing a certain line at the top. As optional argument, you can
give the number of columns from the top, that shall be displayed. By default,
1 is used (You can define youre own default by setting the b:csv_headerline
variable, see |csv-header|). Use the '!' to close this window. So this >
:Header 3
opens at the top a split window, that holds the first 3 lines, is fixed
and horizontally 'scrollbind'ed to the csv window and highlighted using the
CSVHeaderLine highlighting.
To close the header window, use >
:Header!
Note, this won't work with linebreaks in the column.
Note also, that if you already have a horizontal header window (|VHeader_CSV|),
this command will close the horizontal Header window. This is because of a
limitation of Vim itsself, which doesn't allow to sync the scrolling between
two windows horizontally and at the same time have another window only sync
its scrolling vertically.
Note: this command does not work for fixed width columns |csv-fixedwidth|
*:CSVVHeader* *VHeader_CSV*
If you want a vertical header line, use `:VHeader` or `:CSVVHeader`. This works
similar to the |Header_CSV| command, except that it will open a vertical split
window with the first column always visible. It will always open the first
column in the new split window. Use the '!' to close the window. If you
specify a count, that many columns will be visible (default: the first). Add
the bang to the count, if you only want the specific column to be visible.
>
:VHeader 2
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This will open a vertical split window containing the first 2 columns, while
>
:VHeader 2!
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Opens a new vertical split window containing only the 2 second column.
Note, this won't work with linebreaks in the column.
Note also: this command does not work for fixed width columns |csv-fixedwidth|
*:CSVVHeaderToggle* *:CSVHeaderToggle*
*VHeaderToggle_CSV* *HeaderToggle_CSV*
Use the `:HeaderToggle` and `:VHeaderToggle` command to toggle displaying the
horizontal or vertical header line. Alternatively, use `:CSVHeaderToggle` or
`:CSVVHeaderToggle`
*:CSVSort*
3.10 Sort *Sort_CSV*
---------
The command `:Sort` or `:CSVSort` can be used to sort the csv file on a
certain column. If no range is given, is sorts the whole file. Specify the
column number to sort on as argument. Use the '!' attribute to reverse the
sort order. For example, the following command sorts line 1 til 10 on the 3
column >
:1,10Sort 3
While this command >
:1,10Sort! 3
reverses the order based on column 3.
The column number can be optionally followed by any of the flags [i], [n],
[x] and [o] for [i]gnoring case, sorting by [n]umeric, he[x]adecimal
or [o]ctal value.
When no column number is given, it will sort by the column, on which the
cursor is currently.
*:CSVColumn*
3.11 Copy Column *Copy_CSV*
----------------
If you need to copy a specific column, you can use the command `:CSVColumn` or
`:Column` >
:[N]Column [a]
Copy column N into register a. This will copy all the values, that are
not folded-away (|csv-filter|) and skip comments.
If you don't specify N, the column of the current cursor position is used.
If no register is given, the default register
|quotequote| is used.
*:CSVMoveCol*
3.12 Move A Column *MoveCol_CSV*
------------------
You can move one column to the right of another column by using the
`:CSVMoveColumn` or `:MoveColumn` command >
:[range]MoveColumn [source] [dest]
This moves the column number source to the right of column nr destination. If
both arguments are not given, move the column on which the cursor is to the
right of the current last column. If [range] is not given, MoveColumn moves
the entire column, otherwise, it moves the columns only for the lines within
the range, e.g. given that your first line is a header line, which you don't
want to change >
:2,$MoveColumn 1 $
this would move column 1 behind the last column, while keeping the header line
as is.
*:CSVSumCol*
3.13 Sum of a Column *SumCol_CSV*
--------------------
You can let Vim output the sum of a column using the `:CSVSumCol` or `:SumCol`
command >
:[range]SumCol [nr] [/format/]
This outputs the result of the column <nr> within the range given. If no range
is given, this will calculate the sum of the whole column. If <nr> is not
given, this calculates the sum for the column the cursor is on. Note, that the
delimiter will be stripped away from each value and also empty values won't be
considered.
By default, Vim uses the a numerical format that uses the '.' as decimal
separator while there is no thousands separator. If youre file contains
the numbers in a different format, you can use the /format/ option to specify
a different thousands separator or a different decimal separator. The format
needs to be specified like this:
/x:y/
where 'x' defines the thousands separator and y defines the decimal
separator and each one is optional. This means, that >
:SumCol 1 /:,/
uses the default thousands separator and ',' as the decimal separator and >
:SumCol 2 / :./
uses the Space as thousands separator and the '.' as decimal separator.
Note, if you Vim is compiled without floating point number format (|+float|),
Vim will only aggregate the integer part and therefore won't use the 'y'
argument in the /format/ specifier.
See also |csv-aggregate-functions|
*:CSVNewRecord*
3.14 Create new Records *NewRecord_CSV*
-----------------------
If you want to create one or several records, you can use the `:NewRecord` or
`:CSVNewRecord` command: >
:[range]NewRecord [count]
This will create in each line given by range [count] number of new empty
records. If [range] is not specified, creates a new line below the line the
cursor is on and if count is not given, it defaults to 1.
*:CSVNewDelimiter*
3.15 Change the delimiter *NewDelimiter_CSV*
-------------------------
If you want to change the field delimiter of your file you can use the
`:CSVNewDelimiter` or `:NewDelimiter` command: >
:NewDelimiter char
This changes the field delimiter of your file to the new delimiter "char".
Note: Will remove trailing delimiters.
*:CSVDuplicate*
3.16 Check for duplicate records *Duplicate_CSV*
--------------------------------
If you want to check the file for duplicate records, use the command
`:Duplicate` or `:CSVDuplicate`: >
:Duplicate columnlist
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Columnlist needs to be a numeric comma-separated list of all columns that you
want to check. You can also use a range like '2-5' which means the plugin
should check columns 2,3,4 and 5.
If the plugin finds a duplicate records, it outputs its line number (but it
only does that at most 10 times).
3.17 Normal mode commands *csv-mapping*
-------------------------
The csv filetype plugin redefines the following keys as:
<C-Right> or L or W Move [count] field forwards
<C-Left> or E or H Move [count] field backwards (but see |csv-mapping-H|
for the movement of H).
<Up> or K Move [count] lines upwards within the same column
<Down> or J Move [count] lines downwards within the same column
<Enter> Dynamically fold all lines away, that don't match
the value in the current column. See |csv-filter|
In |Replace-mode| and |Virtual-Replace-mode| does not
create a new row, but instead moves the cursor to the
beginning of the same column, one more line below.
<Space> Dynamically fold all lines away, that match
the value in the current column. See |csv-filter|
<BS> Remove last item from the dynamic filter.
See |csv-filter|
*csv-mapping-H*
Note how the mapping of 'H' differs from 'E'
H step fields backwards but also stops at where the content of the columns
begins.
If you look into this example (with the cursor being '|')
aaa, bbbb,|ccc `
Pressing 'H' moves to
aaa, |bbbb,ccc `
Pressing 'H' again moves to
aaa,| bbbb,ccc `
Pressing 'H' again moves to
|aaa, bbbb,ccc `
While with 'E', the cursor moves to:
aaa,| bbbb,ccc `
and pressing 'E' again, it would move directly to
|aaa, bbbb,ccc `
*csv-textobjects*
Also, the csv plugin defines these text-object:
if Inner Field (contains everything up to the delimiter)
af Outer Field (contains everything up to and including
the delimiter)
iL Inner Line (visually linewise select all lines, that
has the same value at the cursor's column)
Note, that the <BS>, <CR>, K and J overlap Vim's default mapping for |<CR>|,
|<BS>|, |J| and |K| respectively. Therefore, this functionality has been
mapped to a sane default of <Localleader>J and <LocalLeader>K. If you haven't
changed the |<Leader>| or |<LocalLeader>| variables, those the <Localleader>
is equival to a single backslash '\', e.g. \K would run the lookup function on
the word under the cursor and \J would join this line with the previous line.
If you want to prevent the mapping of keys, simply set the global variable
g:csv_nomap_<key> to 1, e.g. to prevent mapping of <CR> in csv files, put >
let g:csv_nomap_cr = 1
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into your |.vimrc|. Note, the keyname must be lower case.
*:CSVConvertData* *ConvertData_CSV*
3.18 Converting a CSV File *csv-convert*
--------------------------
You can convert your CSV file to a different format with the `:ConvertData`
or `:CSVConvertData` command >
ConvertData
Use the the ! attribute, to convert your data without the delimiter.
This command will interactively ask you for the definition of 3 variables.
After which it will convert your csv file into a new format, defined by those
3 variables and open the newly created file in a new window. Those 3 variables
define how the text converted.
First, You need to define what has to be done, before converting your column
data. That is done with the "pre convert" variable. The content of this
variable will be put in front of the new document.
Second, you define, what has to be put after the converted content of your
column data. This happens with the "post convert" variable. Basically the
contents of this variable will be put after processing the columns.
Last, the columns need to be converted into your format. For this you can
specify a printf() format like string, that defines how your data will be
converted. You can use '%s' to specify placeholders, which will later be
replaced by the content of the actual column.
For example, suppose you want to convert your data into HTML, then you first
call the >
:ConvertData
At this point, Vim will ask you for input. First, you need to specify, what
needs to be done before processing the data:
Pre convert text: <html><body><table> `
This would specify to put the HTML Header before the actual data can be
processed. If the variable g:csv_pre_convert is already defined, Vim will
already show you its' content as default value. Simply pressing Enter will use
this data. After that, Vim asks, what the end of the converted file needs to
look like:
Post convert text: </table></body></html> `
So here you are defining how to finish up the HTML file. If the variable
g:csv_post_convert is already defined, Vim will already show you its' content
as default value which you can confirm by pressing Enter. Last, you define,
how your columns need to be converted. Again, Vim asks you for how to do that:
Converted text, use %s for column input: `
<tr><td>%s</td><td>%s</td><td>%s</td></tr>
This time, you can use '%s' expandos. They tell Vim, that they need to be
replaced by the actual content of your file. It does by going from the first
column in your file and replacing it with the corresponding %s in that order.
If there are less '%s' expandos then columns in your file, Vim will skip the
columns, that are not used. Again If the variable g:csv_convert is already
defined, Vim will already show you its' content as default value which you can
confirm by pressing Enter.
After you hit Enter, Vim will convert your data and put it into a new window.
It may look like this:
<html><body><table> `
<tr><td>1,</td><td>2,</td><td>3,</td></tr> `
<tr><td>2,</td><td>2,</td><td>4,</td></tr> `
</table></body></html> `
Note, this is only a proof of concept. A better version of converting your
data to HTML is bundled with Vim (|:TOhtml|).
But may be you want your data converted into SQL-insert statements. That could
be done like this: >
ConvertData!
<
Pre convert text: `
(Leave this empty. It won't be used).
Post convert text: Commit; `
After inserting the data, commit it into the database.
Converted text, use %s for column input: `
Insert into table foobar values ('%s', '%s', %s); `
Note, that the last argument is not included within single quotation marks,
since in this case the data is assumed to be integer and won't need to be
quoted for the database.
After hitting Enter, a new Window will be opened, which might look like this:
Insert into table foobar values('Foobar', '2', 2011); `
Insert into table foobar values('Bar', '1', 2011); `
Commit; `
Since the command was used with the bang attribute (!), the converted data
doesn't include the column delimiters.
Now you can copy it into your database, or further manipulate it.
3.19 Dynamic filters *csv-filter*
--------------------
If you are on a value and only want to see lines that have the same value in
this column, you can dynamically filter the file and fold away all lines not
matching the value in the current column. To do so, simply press <CR> (Enter).
Now Vim will fold away all lines, that don't have the same value in this
particular row. Note, that leading blanks and the delimiter is removed and the
value is used literally when comparing with other values. If you press <Space>
on the value, all fields having the same value will be folded away.
The way this is done is, that the value from the column is extracted and a
regular expression for that field is generated from it. In the end this
regular expression is used for folding the file.
A subsequent <CR> or <Space> on another value, will add this value to the
current applied filter (this is like using the logical AND between the
currently active filter and the new value). To remove the last item from the
filter, press <BS> (backspace). If all items from the filter are removed,
folding will be disabled.
If some command messes up the folding, you can use |zX| to have the folding
being reinitialized.
By default, the first line is assumed to be the header and won't be folded
away. See also |csv-header|.
If you have set the g:csv_move_folds variable and the file is modifiable, all
folded lines will be moved to the end of the file, so you can view all
non-folded lines as one consecutive area (see also |csv-move-folds|)
*:CSVFilter* *:Filter* *Filter_CSV*
To see the active filters, you can use the `:Filter` or `:CSVFilter` command.
This will show you a small summary, of what filters are active and looks like
this:
Nr Match Col Name Value ~
===================================================== `
01 - 07 Price 23.10 `
02 + 08 Qty 10 `
This means, there are two filters active. The current active filter is on
column 7 (column name is Price) and all values that match 23.10 will be folded
away AND all values that don't match a value of 10 in the QTY column will also
be folded away.
When removing one item from the filter by pressing <BS>, it will always remove
the last item (highest number in NR column) from the active filter values.
Note, that depending on your csv file and the number of filters you used,
applying the filter might actually slow down vim, because a complex regular
expression is generated that is applied by the fold expression. Look into the
@/ (|quote_/|) register to see its value.
Use |zX| to apply the current value of your search register as filter. Use >
:Filters!
to reapply all values from the current active filter and fold non-matching
items away.
*:CSVAnalyze* *Analyze_CSV*
3.20 Analyze a Column *csv-analyze*
---------------------
If you'd like to know, how the values are distributed among a certain column,
you can use the `:CSVAnalyze` or `:Analyze` command. So >
:Analyze 3
outputs the the distribution of the top 5 values in column 3. This looks like
this:
Nr Count % Value ~
============================= `
01 20 50% 10 `
02 10 25% 2 `
03 10 25% 5 `
This tells you, that the the value '10' in column 3 occurs 50% of the time
(exactly 20 times) and the other 2 values '2' and '5' occur only 10 times, so
25% of the time.
*:CSVVertFold* *VertFold_CSV*
3.21 Vertical Folding *csv-vertfold*
---------------------
Sometimes, you want to hide away certain columns to better view only certain
columns without having to horizontally scroll. You can use the `:CSVVertFold`
or `:VertFold` command to hide certain columns: >
:VertFold [<nr>]
<
This will hide all columns from the first until the number entered. It
currently can't hide single columns, because of the way, syntax highlighting
is used. This command uses the conceal-feature |:syn-conceal| to hide away
those columns. If no nr is given, hides all columns from the beginning till
the current column.
Use >
:VertFold!
to display all hidden columns again.
*:CSVTranspose* *Transpose_CSV*
3.22 Transposing a column *csv-transpose*
-------------------------
Transposing means to exchange rows and columns. You can transpose the csv
file, using the `:CSVTranspose` or `:Transpose` : >
:[range]Transpose
<
command. If [range] is not given, it will transpose the complete file,
otherwise it will only transpose the lines in the range given. Note, comments
will be deleted and transposing does not work with fixed-width columns.
*:CSVTabularize*
3.23 Transforming into a table *:CSVTable* *csv-tabularize*
------------------------------
You can also transform your csv data into a visual table, using the
`:CSVTabularize` or `:CSVTable`: >
:CSVTabularize
<
command. This will make a frame around your csv data and substitute all
delimiters by '|', so that it will look like a table.
e.g. consider this data: >
>
First,Second,Third ~
10,5,2 `
5,2,10 `
2,10,5 `
10,5,2 `
This will be transformed into: >
|---------------------|
| First| Second| Third|
|------|-------|------|
| 10| 5| 2|
| 5| 2| 10|
| 2| 10| 5|
| 10| 5| 2|
|---------------------|
If your Vim uses an unicode 'encoding', the plugin makes a nice table using
special unicode drawing glyphs (but it might be possible, that those chars are
not being displayed correctly, if either your terminal or the gui font doesn't
have characters for those codepoints). If you use the bang form, each row will
be separated by a line.
You can also visual select a range of lines and use :Tabularize to have only
that range converted into a nice ascii table. Else it try to use the current
paragraph and try to transform it.
If you use the '!' bang argument, between each row, a line will be drawn.
In csv files, you can also use the :CSVTabularize command, in different
filetypes you can use the :CSVTable command (and is available as plugin so it
will be available for non-CSV filetypes).
Set the variable g:csv_table_leftalign=1 if you want the columns to be
leftaligned.
Note: Each row must contain exactly as many fields as columns.
*:CSVAddColumn*
3.24 Add new empty columns *AddColumn_CSV*
--------------------------
If you want to add new empty columns to your file you can use the
`:CSVAddColumn` or `:AddColumn` command: >
:[range]AddColumn [column] [count]
By default, this works for the whole file, but you can give a different range
to which the AddColumn command applies. If no arguments are given, the new
empty column will be added after the column on which the cursor is. You can
however add as first argument the column number after which the new column
needs to be added.
Additionally, you can also add a count number to add several columns at once
after the specified column number. You 0 for the column number, if you want to
add several columns after the current column.
*:CSVSubstitute*
3.25 Substitute in columns *Substitute_CSV*
--------------------------
If you want to substitute only in specific columns, you can use the
`:CSVSubstitute` or `:Substitute` command: >
:[range]Substitute [column/]pattern/string[/flags]
This means in the range and within the given columns replace pattern by
string. This works bascially like the |:s| command, except that you MUST use
forward slashes / to delimit the command. The optional part `[column/]` can
take either the form of an address or if you leave it out, substitution will
only happen in the current column. Additionally, you can use the `1,5/` form
to substitute within the columns 1 till 5 or you can even use `1,$` which
means to substitute in each column (so in fact this simplifies to a simple
`:s` command whithin the given range. For the use of `[/flags]` see |:s_flags|
Here are some examples: >
:%Substitute 1,4/foobar/baz/gce
Substitutes in the whole file in columns 1 till 4 the pattern foobar by baz
for every match ('g' flag) and asks for confirmation ('c' flag).
:%S 3,$/(\d\+)/\1 EUR/g
Substitutes in each column starting from the third each number and appends the
EURO suffix to it.
3.26 Count Values inside a Column *CountCol_CSV*
---------------------------------
You can let Vim output the number of values inside a column using the `:CSVCountCol`
command >
:[range]CountCol [nr] [distinct]
This outputs the number of [distinct] values visible in the column [nr]
If [distinct] is not given, count's all values. Note, header rows and folded
rows won't be counted.
See also |csv-aggregate-functions|
*MinCol_CSV*
3.27 Maximum/Minimum value of a Column *MaxCol_CSV*
---------------------------------------
You can let Vim output the 10 maximum/minimum values of a column using the
`:CSVMaxCol` command >
:[range]MaxCol [nr][distinct] [/format/]
:[range]MinCol [nr][distinct] [/format/]
This outputs the result of the column <nr> within the range given. If no range
is given, this will calculate the max value of the whole column. If <nr> is not
given, this calculates the sum for the column the cursor is on. Note, that the
delimiter will be stripped away from each value and also empty values won't be
considered.
By default, Vim uses the a numerical format that uses the '.' as decimal
separator while there is no thousands separator. If youre file contains
the numbers in a different format, you can use the /format/ option to specify
a different thousands separator or a different decimal separator. The format
needs to be specified like this:
/x:y/
where 'x' defines the thousands separator and y defines the decimal
separator and each one is optional. This means, that >
:MaxCol 1 /:,/
uses the default thousands separator and ',' as the decimal separator and >
:MaxCol 2 / :./
uses the Space as thousands separator and the '.' as decimal separator.
If [distinct] is given, only returns the number of distinct values.
Note, if you Vim is compiled without floating point number format (|+float|),
Vim will only aggregate the integer part and therefore won't use the 'y'
argument in the /format/ specifier.
See also |csv-aggregate-functions|
==============================================================================
4. CSV Configuration *csv-configuration*
The CSV plugin tries to automatically detect the field delimiter for your
file, cause although often the file is called CSV (comma separated values), a
semicolon is actually used. The column separator is stored in the buffer-local
variable b:delimiter. This delimiter is heavily used, because you need
it to define a column. Almost all commands use this variable therefore.
4.1 Delimiter *csv-delimiter*
-------------
To override the automatic detection of the plugin and define the separator
manually, use: >
:let g:csv_delim=','
to let the comma be the delimiter. This sets the buffer local delimiter
variable b:delimiter.
If your file does not consist of delimited columns, but rather is a fixed
width csv file, see |csv-fixedwidth| for configuring the plugin appropriately.
If you changed the delimiter, you should reinitiliaze the plugin using
|InitCSV|
Note: the delimiter will be used to generate a regular expression that matches
a column. Therefore, you need to escape special characters. So instead of '^'
use '\^'.
4.2 Column *csv-column*
----------
The definition, of what a column is, is defined as buffer-local variable
b:col. By default this variable is initialized to: >
let b:col='\%(\%([^' . b:delimiter . ']*"[^"]*"[^' . b:delimiter . ']*'
\. b:delimiter . '\)\|\%([^' . b:delimiter . ']*\%(' . b:delimiter
\. '\|$\)\)\)'
This should take care of quoted delimiters within a column. Those should
obviously not count as a delimiter. This regular expression is quite
complex and might not always work on some complex cases (e.g. linebreaks
within a field, see RFC4180 for some ugly cases that will probably not work
with this plugin).
If you changed the b:delimiter variable, you need to redefine the b:col
variable, cause otherwise it will not reflect the change. To change the
variable from the comma to a semicolon, you could call in your CSV-Buffer
this command: >
:let b:col=substitute(b:col, ',', ';', 'g')
Check with :echo b:col, if the definition is correct afterwards.
You can also force the plugin to use your own defined regular expression as
column. That regular expression should include the delimiter for the columns.
To define your own regular expression, set the g:csv_col variable: >
let g:csv_col='[^,]*,'
This defines a column as a field delimited by the comma (where no comma can be
contained inside a field), similar to how |csv-strict| works.
You should reinitialize the plugin afterwards |InitCSV|
4.3 Highlighting Group *csv-higroup*
----------------------
By default the csv ftplugin uses the WildMenu highlighting Group to define how
the |HiColumn| command highlights columns. If you would like to define a
different highlighting group, you need to set this via the g:csv_hiGroup
variable. You can e.g. define it in your |.vimrc|: >
:let g:csv_hiGroup = "IncSearch"
You need to restart Vim, if you have changed this variable or use |InitCSV|
The |hl-Title| highlighting is used for the Header line that is created by the
|Header_CSV| command. If you prefer a different highlighting, set the
g:csv_hiHeader variable to the prefered highlighting: >
let g:csv_hiHeader = 'Pmenu'
<
This would set the header window to the |hl-Pmenu| highlighting, that is used
for the popup menu. To disable the custom highlighting, simply |unlet| the
variable: >
unlet g:csv_hiHeader
You should reinitialize the plugin afterwards |InitCSV|
4.4 Strict Columns *csv-strict*
------------------
The default regular expression to define a column is quite complex
(|csv-column|). This slows down the processing and makes Vim use more memory
and it could still not fit to your specific use case.
If you know, that in your data file, the delimiter cannot be contained inside
the fields quoted or escaped, you can speed up processing (this is quite
noticeable when using the |ArrangeColumn_CSV| command) by setting the
g:csv_strict_columns variable: >
let g:csv_strict_columns = 1
This would define a column as this regex: >
let b:col = '\%([^' . b:delimiter . ']*' . b:delimiter . '\|$\)'
Much simpler then the default column definition, isn't it?
See also |csv-column| and |csv-delimiter|
You can disable the effect if you |unlet| the variable: >
unlet g:csv_strict_columns
You should reinitialize the plugin afterwards |InitCSV|
For example when opening a CSV file you get the Error |E363|: pattern uses
more memory than 'maxmempattern'. In this case, either increase the
'maxmempattern' or set the g:csv_strict_columns variable.
4.5 Concealing *csv-syntax* *csv-conceal*
--------------
The CSV plugin comes with a function to syntax highlight csv files. Basically
allt it does is highlight the columns and the header line.
By default, the delimiter will not be displayed, if Vim supports |conceal| of
syntax items and instead draws a vertical line. If you don't want that, simply
set the g:csv_noconceal variable in your .vimrc >
let g:csv_no_conceal = 1
and to disable it, simply unlet the variable >
unlet g:csv_no_conceal
You should reinitialize the plugin afterwards |InitCSV|
Note: You can also set the 'conceallevel' option to control how the concealed
chars will be displayed.
If you want to customize the syntax colors, you can define your own groups.
The CSV plugin will use already defined highlighting groups, if they are
already defined, otherwise it will define its own defaults which should be
visible with 8, 16, 88 and 256 color terminals. For that it uses the
CSVColumnHeaderOdd and CSVColumnHeaderEven highlight groups for syntax
coloring the first line. All other lines get either the CSVColumnOdd or
CSVColumnEven highlighting.
In case you want to define your own highlighting groups, you can define your
own syntax highlighting like this in your |.vimrc| >
hi CSVColumnEven term=bold ctermbg=4 guibg=DarkBlue
hi CSVColumnOdd term=bold ctermbg=5 guibg=DarkMagenta
hi CSVColumnHeaderEven ...
hi CSVColumnHeaderOdd ...
Alternatively, you can simply link those highlighting groups to some other
ones, you really like: >
hi link CSVColumnOdd MoreMsg
hi link CSVColumnEven Question
<
If you do not want column highlighting, set the variable
g:csv_no_column_highlight to 1 >
:let g:csv_no_column_highlight = 1
<
Note, these changes won't take effect, until you restart Vim.
4.6 Newlines *csv-newline*
------------
RFC4180 allows newlines in double quoted strings. By default, the csv-plugin
won't recognize newlines inside fields. It is however possible to make the
plugin aware of newlines within quoted strings. To enable this, set >
let g:csv_nl = 1
and to disable it again, simply unset the variable >
unlet g:csv_nl
It is a good idea to reinitialize the plugin afterwards |InitCSV|
Note, this might not work correctly in all cases. The syntax highlighting
seems to change on cursor movements. This could possibly be a bug in the
syntax highlighting engine of Vim. Also, |WhatColumn_CSV| can't handle
newlines inside fields and will most certainly be wrong.
4.7 Highlight column automatically *csv-hicol*
----------------------------------
You can let vim automatically highlight the column on which the cursor is.
This works by defining an |CursorMoved| autocommand to always highlight the
column, when the cursor is moved in normal mode. Note, this does not update
the highlighting, if the Cursor is moved in Insert mode. To enable this,
define the g:csv_highlight_column variable like this >
let g:csv_highlight_column = 'y'
and to disable it again, simply unset the variable >
unlet g:csv_highlight_column
It is a good idea to reinitialize the plugin afterwards |InitCSV|
4.8 Fixed width columns *csv-fixedwidth*
-----------------------
Sometimes there are no real columns, but rather the file is fixed width with
no distinct delimiters between each column. The CSV plugin allows you to
handle such virtual columns like csv columns, if you define where each column
starts.
Note: Except for |ArrangeColumn_CSV| and the |Header_CSV| commands, all
commands work in either mode. Those two commands won't do anything in the case
of fixedwidth columns, since they don't really make sense here.
4.8.1 Manual setup
------------------
You can do this, by setting the buffer-local variable
b:csv_fixed_width like this >
let b:csv_fixed_width="1,5,9,13,17,21"
This defines that each column starts at multiples of 4. Be sure, to issue
this command in the buffer, that contains your file, otherwise, it won't
have an effect, since this is a buffer-local option (|local-option|)
After setting this variable, you should reinitialize the plugins using
|InitCSV|
*CSVFixed*
4.8.2 Setup using a Wizard
--------------------------
Alternatively, you can setup the fixed width columns using the :CSVFixed
command. This provides a simple wizard to select each column. If you enter
the command: >
:CSVFixed
<
The first column will be highlighted and Vim outputs:
<Cursor>, <Space>, <ESC>, <BS>, <CR>...
This means, you can now use those 5 keys to configure the fixed-width columns:
<Cursor> Use Cursor Left (<Left>) and Cursor Right (<Right>) to move the
highlighting bar.
<Space> If you press <Space>, this column will be fixed and remain
highlighted and there will be another bar, you can move using
the Cursor keys. This means this column will be considered to be
the border between 2 fixed with columns.
<ESC> Abort
<BS> Press the backspace key, to remove the last column you fixed with
the <Space> key.
<CR> Use Enter to finish the wizard. This will use all fixed columns
to define the fixed width columns of your csv file. The plugin
will be initialized and syntax highlighting should appear.
Note: This only works, if your Vim has the 'colorcolumn' option available
(This won't work with Vim < 7.3 and also not with a Vim without +syntax
feature).
4.9 CSV Header lines *csv-header*
--------------------
By default, dynamic filtering |csv-filter| will not fold away the first line.
If you don't like that, you can define your header line using the variable
b:csv_fold_headerline, e.g. >
let b:csv_headerline = 0
to disable, that a header line won't be folded away. If your header line
instead is on line 5, simply set this variable to 5. This also applies to the
|Header_CSV| command.
4.10 Number format *csv-nrformat*
------------------
When using the |SumCol_CSV| command, you can specify a certain number format
using the /x:y/ argument. You can however also configure the plugin to detect
a different number format than the default number format (which does not
support a thousands separator and uses the '.' as decimal separator).
To specify a different thousands separator by default, use >
let b:csv_thousands_sep = ' '
to have the space use as thousands separator and >
let b:csv_decimal_sep = ','
to use the comma as decimal separator.
4.11 Move folded lines *csv-move-folds*
----------------------
If you use dynamic filters (see |csv-filter|), you can configure the plugin to
move all folded lines to the end of the file. This only happens if you set the
variable >
let g:csv_move_folds = 1
<
and the file is modifiable. This let's you see all non-folded records as a
consecutive area without being disrupted by folded lines.
4.12 Using comments *csv-comments*
-------------------
Strictly speaking, in csv files there can't be any comments. You might however
still wish to comment or annotate certain sections in your file, so the CSV
plugin supports Comments.
Be default, the CSV plugin will use the 'commentstring' setting to identify
comments. If this option includes the '%s' it will consider the part before
the '%s' as leading comment marker and the part behind it as comment
delimiter.
You can however define your own comment marker, using the variable
g:csv_comment. Like with the 'commentstring' setting, you can use '%s'
expandos, that will denote where the actual comment text belongs. To define
your own comment string, put this in your |.vimrc| >
:let g:csv_comment = '#'
<
Which will use the '#' sign as comment leader like in many scripting
languages.
After setting this variable, you should reinitialize the plugins using
|InitCSV|
*csv-foldtext*
By default, the csv plugin sets the 'foldtext' option. If you don't want this,
set the variable `g:csv_disable_fdt` in your |.vimrc| >
:let g:csv_disable_fdt = 1
==============================================================================
5. Functions *CSV-Functions*
The csv plugins also defines some functions, that can be used for scripting
when a csv file is open
5.1 CSVPat() *CSVPat()*
------------
CSVPat({column}[, {pattern}])
This function returns the pattern for the selected column. If only columns is
given, returns the regular expression used to search for the pattern '.*' in
that column (which means the content of that column). Alternatively, an
optional pattern can be given, so the return string can be directly feeded to
the |/| or |:s| command, e.g. type: >
:s/<C-R>=CSVPat(3, 'foobar')<cr>/baz
where the <C-R> means pressing Control followed by R followed by =
(see |c_CTRL-R_=|). A prompt will apear, with the '=' as the first character
on which you can enter expressions.
In this case enter CSVPat(3, 'foobar') which returns the pattern to search for
the string 'foobar' in the third column. After you press enter, the returned
pattern will be put after the :s command so you can directly enter / and the
substitute string.
5.2 CSVField(x,y[, orig]) *CSVField()*
-------------------------
This function returns the field at index (x,y) (starting from 1). If the
parameter orig is given, returns the column "as is" (e.g. including delimiter
and leading and trailing whitespace, otherwise that will be stripped.)
5.3 CSVCol([name]) *CSVCol()*
------------------
If the name parameter is given, returns the name of the column, else returns
the index of the current column, starting at 1.
5.4 CSVSum(col, fmt, startline, endline) *CSVSum()*
----------------------------------------
Returns the sum for column col. Uses fmt to parse number format (see
|:CSVSumCol|) startline and endline specify the lines to consider, if empty,
will be first and last line.
5.5 CSVCount(col, fmt, startline, endline[, distinct]) *CSVCount()*
------------------------------------------------------
Returns the count of values for column col. If the optional parameter
[distinct] is given, only returns the distinct number of values.
5.6 CSVMax(col, fmt, startline, endline) *CSVMax()*
------------------------------------------------------
Returns the 10 largest values for column col.
5.7 CSVMin(col, fmt, startline, endline) *CSVMin()*
------------------------------------------------------
Returns the 10 smallest values for column col.
5.8 CSVAvg(col, fmt, startline, endline) *CSVAvg()*
------------------------------------------------------
Returns the average value for column col.
==============================================================================
6. CSV Tips and Tricks *csv-tips*
Here, there you'll find some small tips and tricks that might help when
working with CSV files.
6.1 Statusline *csv-stl*
--------------
Suppose you want to include the column, on which the cursor is, into your
statusline. You can do this, by defining in your .vimrc the 'statusline' like
this: >
function MySTL()
if has("statusline")
hi User1 term=standout ctermfg=0 ctermbg=11 guifg=Black guibg=Yellow
let stl = ...
if exists("*CSV_WCol")
let csv = '%1*%{&ft=~"csv" ? CSV_WCol() : ""}%*'
else
let csv = ''
endif
return stl.csv
endif
endfunc
set stl=%!MySTL()
<
This will draw in your statusline right aligned the current column and max
column (like 1/10), if you are inside a CSV file. The column info will be
drawn using the User1 highlighting (|hl-User1|), that has been defined in the
second line of the function. In the third line of your function, put your
desired 'statusline' settings as |expression|. Note the section starting with
'if exists(..)' guards against not having loaded the filetype plugin.
Note: vim-airline (https://github.com/bling/vim-airline) by default supports
the csv plugin and enables a nice little csv statusline which helps for
navigating within a csv file. For details, see the Vim-Airline documentation.
*CSV_WCol()*
The CSV_WCol() function controls, what will be output. In the simplest case,
when no argument is given, it simply returns on which column the cursor is.
This would look like '1/10' which means the cursor is on the first of 10
columns. If you rather like to know the name of the column, simply give as
parameter to the function the string "Name". This will return the column name
as it is printed on the first line of that column. This can be adjusted, to
have the column name printed into the statusline (see |csv-stl| above) by
replacing the line >
let csv = '%1*%{&ft=~"csv" ? CSV_WCol() : ""}%*'
<
by e.g.
let csv = '%1*%{&ft=~"csv" ? CSV_WCol("Name") . " " . CSV_WCol() : ""}%*'
which will output "Name 2/10" if the cursor is in the second column
which is named "Name".
6.2 Slow CSV plugin *csv-slow*
-------------------
Processing a csv file using |ArrangeColumn_CSV| can be quite slow, because Vim
needs to calculate the width for each column and then replace each column by
itself widened by spaces to the optimal length. Unfortunately, csv files tend
to be quite big. Remember, for a file with 10,000 lines and 50 columns Vim
needs to process each cell, which accumulates to 500,000 substitutions. It
might take some time, until Vim is finished.
You can speed up things a little bit, if you omit the '!' attribute to the
|ArrangeColumn| (but this will only work, if the width has been calculated
before, e.g. by issuing a :1ArrangeColumn command to arrange only the first
line. Additionally you can also configure how this command behaves by setting
some configuration variables.
Also note, using dynamic filters (|csv-filter|), can slow down Vim
considerably, since they internally work with complex regular expressions, and
if you have a large file, containing many columns, you might hit a performance
penalty (especially, if you want to filter many columns). It's best to avoid
those functions if you are using a large csv file (so using strict columns
|csv-strict| might help a little and also setting 're' to 1 might also
alleviate it a little).
6.3 Defining custom aggregate functions *csv-aggregate-functions*
---------------------------------------
The CSV plugin already defines the |SumCol_CSV| command, to let you calculate
the sum of all values of a certain column within a given range. This will
consider all values within the range, that are not folded away (|csv-filter|),
and also skip comments and the header lines. The delimiter will be deleted
from each field.
But it may be, that you don't need the sum, but would rather want to have the
average of all values within a certain column. You can define your own
function and let the plugin call it for a column like this:
1) You define your own custom function in the after directory of your
vim runtime path |after-directory| (see also #2 below) >
fun! My_CSV_Average(col)
let sum=0
for item in a:col
let sum+=item
endfor
return sum/len(a:col)
endfun
<
This function takes a list as argument, and calculates the average for
all items in the list. You could also make use of Vim's |eval()|
function and write your own Product function like this >
fun! My_CSV_Product(col)
return eval(join(a:col, '*'))
endfun
<
2) Now define your own custom command, that calls your custom function for
a certain column >
command! -buffer -nargs=? -range=% AvgCol
\ :echo csv#EvalColumn(<q-args>,
\ "My_CSV_Average", <line1>,<line2>)
<
This command should best be put into a file called csv.vim and save
it into your ~/.vim/after/ftplugin/ directory. Create directories
that don't exist yet. For Windows, this would be the
$VIMRUNTIME/vimfiles/after/ftplugin directory.
3) Make sure, your |.vimrc| includes a filetype plugin setting like this >
filetype plugin on
<
This should make sure, that all the necessary scripts are loaded by
Vim.
After restarting Vim, you can now use your custom command definition
:AvgCol. Use a range, for the number of lines you want to evaluate and
optionally use an argument to specify which column you want to be
evaluated >
:2,$AvgCol 7
<
This will evaluate the average of column seven (assuming, line 1 is the
header line, which should not be taken into account).
Note: this plugin already defines an average function.
6.4 Autocommand on opening/closing files *csv-arrange-autocmd*
----------------------------------------
If you want your CSV files to always be displayed like a table, you can
achieve this using the |ArrangeColumn_CSV| command and some autocommands.
Define these autocommands in your |.vimrc| >
aug CSV_Editing
au!
au BufRead,BufWritePost *.csv :%ArrangeColumn
au BufWritePre *.csv :%UnArrangeColumn
aug end
Upon Entering a csv file, Vim will visually arrange all columns and before
writing, those columns will be collapsed again. The BufWritePost autocommand
makes sure, that after the file has been written successfully, the csv file
will again be visually arranged.
You can also simply set the variable >
let g:csv_autocmd_arrange = 1
<
in your vimrc and an autocmd will be installed, that visually arranges your
csv file whenever you open them for editing. Alternatively, you can restrict
this setting to files below a certain size. For example, if you only want to
enable this feature for files smaller than 1 MB, put this into your |.vimrc| >
let g:csv_autocmd_arrange = 1
let g:csv_autocmd_arrange_size = 1024*1024
Note, this is highly experimental and especially on big files, this might
slow down Vim considerably.
6.5 Syntax error when opening a CSV file *csv-syntax-error*
----------------------------------------
If you see this error: >
CSV Syntax:Invalid column pattern, using default pattern \%([^,]*,\|$\)
<
This happens usually, when the syntax script is read before the filetype
plugin, so the plugin did not have a chance to setup the column delimiter
correctly.
The easy way to fix it, is to make sure the :syntax on (|:syn-on|) statement
comes after the :filetype plugin (|:filetype-plugin-on|) statement in your
|.vimrc|
Alternatively, you can simply call |InitCSV| and ignore the error.
6.6 Calculate new columns *csv-calculate-column*
-------------------------
Suppose you have a table like this:
Index;Value1;Value2~
1;100;3 `
2;20;4 `
And you need one more column, that is the calculated product of column 2 and
3, you can make use of the provided |CSVField()| function using a
|sub-replace-expression| of an |:s| command. In this case, you would do this: >
:2,3s/$/\=printf("%s%.2f", b:delimiter,
(CSVField(2,line('.'))+0.0)*(CSVField(3,line('.'))+0.0/
Note: Enter as single line. The result will be this: >
Index;Value1;Value2~
1;100;3;300.00 `
2;20;4;80.00 `
==============================================================================
7. CSV Changelog *csv-changelog*
0.32 (unreleased) {{{1
- Remove old Vim 7.3 workarounds (plugin needs now a Vim version 7.4)
- allow to align columns differently (right/left or center align) for
|ArrangeColumn_CSV| (suggested by Giorgio Robino, thanks!)
- document better how to adjust syntax highlighting (suggested by Giorgio
Robino, thanks!)
- Allow the |:CSVHeader| command to only display a specific column (suggested
by Giorgio Robino, thanks!)
- When using |VHeader_CSV| or |Header_CSV| command, check
number/relativenumber and foldcolumn to make sure, header line is always
aligened with main window (suggested by Giorgio Robino, thanks!)
- hide search pattern, when calling |SearchInColumn_CSV| (suggested by Giorgio
Robino, thanks!)
- compute correct width of marginline for |:CSVTable|
- do not allow |:CSVTable| command for csv files, that's what the
|:CSVTabularize| command is for.
- add progressbar for the |:CSVArrangeCol| command.
- |InitCSV| accepts a '!' for keeping the b:delimiter (|csv-delimiter|) variable
(https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/43 reported by Jeet Sukumaran,
thanks!)
- New text-object iL (Inner Line, to visually select the lines that have the
same value in the cursor column, as requested at
https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/44, thanks justmytwospence!)
- |:CSVArrangeColumn| can be given an optional row number and the width will
be calculated using that row. (https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/45
reported by jchain, thanks!)
- Allow for hexadecimal |Sort_CSV|
(https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/46, reported by ThomsonTan,
thanks!)
- support all flags for |Sort_CSV| as for the builting |:sort| command (except
for "u" and "r")
- prevent mapping of <Up> and <Down> in visual mode (reported by naught101 at
https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/50, thanks!)
- prevent increasing column width on subsequent call of |:ArrangeColumn_CSV|
(reported by naught101 at https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/51,
thanks!)
- New Count function |CSVCount()| (reported by jungle-booke at
https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/49, thanks!)
- fix pattern generation for last column
- |ConvertData_CSV| should filter out folded lines (reported by jungle-booke
at https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/53, thanks!)
- Make |:CSVTable| ignore folded lines (reported by jungle-booke at
https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/56, thanks!)
- Better filtering for dynamic filters (reported by jungle-booke at
https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/57, thanks!)
- Implement a |MaxCol_CSV| and |MinCol_CSV| command (reported by jungle-booke at
https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/60, thanks!)
- Make |UnArrangeColumn_CSV| strip leading and trailing whitespace (reported
by SuperFluffy at https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/62, thanks!)
- Do not sort headerlines (reported by jungle-booke at https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/63,
thanks!)
- Do not error out in |:ArrangeCol| command, if line does not have that many
columns (reported by SuperFluffy at https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/64, thanks)
- Use |OptionSet|autocommand to adjust window for |CSV_Header| command
- when doing |:ArrangeCol| with bang attribute, unarrange first, so that if
the alignment changed, it will be adjusted accordingly
- Allow distinct keyword for |MaxCol_CSV| and |MinCol_CSV| command (reported
by jungle-boogie at https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/67, thanks!)
- When left-aligning columns, don't add trailing whitespace (reported by
jjaderberg at https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/66, thanks!)
- Do not remove highlighting when calling ":CSVTabularize" (reported by
hyiltiz at https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/70, thanks!)
- Make |:ArrangeCol| respect given headerlines
- when checking Header/comment lines at beginning of file, make sure to escape
the comment pattern correctly.
- use b:csv_headerline variable for checking column name and column numbers
(reported by Werner Freund at https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/78,
thanks!)
- Statusline function could cause a hang in an empty file (reported by Jeet
Sukumaran in issue https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/80, thanks!)
- Wrong headerline highlighting when creating a new file (reported by Jeet
Sukumaran in issue https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/79, thanks!)
- Do not strip leading whitespace, when applying filters (reported by
blubb123muh in https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/87, thanks!)
- display column name on |:Analyze_CSV| command (suggested by indera in
https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/88, thanks!)
0.31 Jan 15, 2015 {{{1
- supports for Vim 7.3 dropped
- fix that H on the very first cell, results in an endless loop
(https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/31, reported by lahvak, thanks!)
- fix that count for |AddColumn| did not work (according to the documentation)
(https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/32, reported by lahvak, thanks!)
- invalid reference to a WarningMsg() function
- WhatColumn! error, if the first line did not contain as many fields
as the line to check.
- Rename |:Table| command to |:CSVTable| (
https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/33,
reported by Peter Jaros, thanks!)
- Mention to escape special characters when manually specifying the delimiter.
https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/35), also detect '^' as
delimiter.
- Csv fixed with columns better use '\%v' to match columns, otherwise, one
could get problems with multibyte chars
- Sorting should work better with csv fixed with patterns (could generate an
inavlide pattern before)
- Refactor GetSID() (provided by Ingo Karkat
https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/pull/37, thanks!)
- New public function |CSVSum()|
- Restrict |csv-arrange-autocmd| to specific file sizes (suggested by Spencer
Boucher in https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/39, thanks!)
- Make |:CSVSearchInColumn| wrap pattern in '%\(..\)' pairs, so it works
correctly with '\|' atoms
- Small improvements on |:CSVTable| and |:NewDelimiter| command
- <Up> and <Down> should skip folds (like in normal Vi mode, suggested by
Kamaraju Kusuma, thanks!)
0.30 Mar 27, 2014 {{{1
- |:CSVSubstitute| should substitute all matches in a column, when 'g' flag is
given
- Don't override 'fdt' setting (https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/18,
reported by Noah Frederick, thanks!)
- Consistent Commands naming (https://github.com/chrisbra/csv.vim/issues/19,
reported by Noah Frederick, thanks!)
- New Function |CSVField()| and |CSVCol()|
- clean up function did not remove certain buffer local variables,
possible error when calling Menu function to disable CSV menu
- make |:CSVArrangeColumn| do not output the numer of substitutions happened
(suggested by Caylan Larson, thanks!)
- better cleaning up on exit, if Header windows were used
- Let |:CSVVHeader| accept a number, of how many columns to show
(suggested by Caylan Larson, thanks!)
- better error-handling for |CSVFixed|