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+:nmap <D-[> :tabprevious<cr>
+:nmap <D-]> :tabnext<cr>
+:map <D-[> :tabprevious<cr>
+:map <D-]> :tabnext<cr>
+:imap <D-[> <ESC>:tabprevious<cr>i
+:imap <D-]> <ESC>:tabnext<cr>i
+
+set fuoptions=maxvert,maxhorz
+set guioptions-=rL
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2 .vimrc
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map <silent> <LocalLeader>nr :NERDTree<CR>
map <silent> <LocalLeader>nh :nohls<CR>
+
+set vb
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+*ack.txt* Plugin that integrates ack with Vim
+
+==============================================================================
+Author: Antoine Imbert <antoine.imbert+ackvim@gmail.com> *ack-author*
+License: Same terms as Vim itself (see |license|)
+
+==============================================================================
+INTRODUCTION *ack*
+
+This plugin is a front for the Perl module App::Ack. Ack can be used as a
+replacement for grep. This plugin will allow you to run ack from vim, and
+shows the results in a split window.
+
+:Ack [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:Ack*
+
+ Search recursively in {directory} (which defaults to the current
+ directory) for the {pattern}. Behaves just like the |:grep| command, but
+ will open the |Quickfix| window for you.
+
+:AckAdd [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:AckAdd*
+
+ Just like |:Ack| + |:grepadd|. Appends the |quickfix| with the results
+
+:LAck [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:LAck*
+
+ Just like |:Ack| + |:lgrep|. Searches, but opens in |location-list|
+
+:LAckAdd [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:LAckAdd*
+
+ Just like |:Ack| + |:lgrepadd|. Searches, but appends results to
+ |location-list|
+
+Files containing the search term will be listed in the split window, along
+with the line number of the occurrence, once for each occurrence. <Enter> on
+a line in this window will open the file, and place the cursor on the matching
+line.
+
+See http://search.cpan.org/~petdance/ack/ack for more information.
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+*matchit.txt* Extended "%" matching
+
+For instructions on installing this file, type
+ :help matchit-install
+inside Vim.
+
+For Vim version 6.3. Last change: 2007 Aug 29
+
+
+ VIM REFERENCE MANUAL by Benji Fisher
+
+*matchit* *matchit.vim*
+
+1. Extended matching with "%" |matchit-intro|
+2. Activation |matchit-activate|
+3. Configuration |matchit-configure|
+4. Supporting a New Language |matchit-newlang|
+5. Known Bugs and Limitations |matchit-bugs|
+
+The functionality mentioned here is a plugin, see |add-plugin|.
+This plugin is only available if 'compatible' is not set.
+You can avoid loading this plugin by setting the "loaded_matchit" variable
+in your |vimrc| file: >
+ :let loaded_matchit = 1
+
+{Vi does not have any of this}
+
+==============================================================================
+1. Extended matching with "%" *matchit-intro*
+
+ *matchit-%*
+% Cycle forward through matching groups, such as "if", "else", "endif",
+ as specified by |b:match_words|.
+
+ *g%* *v_g%* *o_g%*
+g% Cycle backwards through matching groups, as specified by
+ |b:match_words|. For example, go from "if" to "endif" to "else".
+
+ *[%* *v_[%* *o_[%*
+[% Go to [count] previous unmatched group, as specified by
+ |b:match_words|. Similar to |[{|.
+
+ *]%* *v_]%* *o_]%*
+]% Go to [count] next unmatched group, as specified by
+ |b:match_words|. Similar to |]}|.
+
+ *v_a%*
+a% In Visual mode, select the matching group, as specified by
+ |b:match_words|, containing the cursor. Similar to |v_a[|.
+ A [count] is ignored, and only the first character of the closing
+ pattern is selected.
+
+In Vim, as in plain vi, the percent key, |%|, jumps the cursor from a brace,
+bracket, or paren to its match. This can be configured with the 'matchpairs'
+option. The matchit plugin extends this in several ways:
+
+ You can match whole words, such as "if" and "endif", not just
+ single characters. You can also specify a |regular-expression|.
+ You can define groups with more than two words, such as "if",
+ "else", "endif". Banging on the "%" key will cycle from the "if" to
+ the first "else", the next "else", ..., the closing "endif", and back
+ to the opening "if". Nested structures are skipped. Using |g%| goes
+ in the reverse direction.
+ By default, words inside comments and strings are ignored, unless
+ the cursor is inside a comment or string when you type "%". If the
+ only thing you want to do is modify the behavior of "%" so that it
+ behaves this way, you do not have to define |b:match_words|, since the
+ script uses the 'matchpairs' option as well as this variable.
+
+See |matchit-details| for details on what the script does, and |b:match_words|
+for how to specify matching patterns.
+
+MODES: *matchit-modes* *matchit-v_%* *matchit-o_%*
+
+Mostly, % and related motions (|g%| and |[%| and |]%|) work just like built-in
+|motion| commands in |Operator-pending| and |Visual| modes. However, you
+cannot make these motions |linewise| or |characterwise|, since the |:omap|s
+that define them start with "v" in order to make the default behavior
+inclusive. (See |o_v|.) In other words, "dV%" will not work. The
+work-around is to go through Visual mode: "V%d" will work.
+
+LANGUAGES: *matchit-languages*
+
+Currently, the following languages are supported: Ada, ASP with VBS, Csh,
+DTD, Entity, Essbase, Fortran, HTML, JSP (same as HTML), LaTeX, Lua, Pascal,
+SGML, Shell, Tcsh, Vim, XML. Other languages may already have support via
+the default |filetype-plugin|s in the standard vim distribution.
+
+To support a new language, see |matchit-newlang| below.
+
+DETAILS: *matchit-details* *matchit-parse*
+
+Here is an outline of what matchit.vim does each time you hit the "%" key. If
+there are |backref|s in |b:match_words| then the first step is to produce a
+version in which these back references have been eliminated; if there are no
+|backref|s then this step is skipped. This step is called parsing. For
+example, "\(foo\|bar\):end\1" is parsed to yield
+"\(foo\|bar\):end\(foo\|bar\)". This can get tricky, especially if there are
+nested groups. If debugging is turned on, the parsed version is saved as
+|b:match_pat|.
+
+ *matchit-choose*
+Next, the script looks for a word on the current line that matches the pattern
+just constructed. It includes the patterns from the 'matchpairs' option.
+The goal is to do what you expect, which turns out to be a little complicated.
+The script follows these rules:
+
+ Insist on a match that ends on or after the cursor.
+ Prefer a match that includes the cursor position (that is, one that
+ starts on or before the cursor).
+ Prefer a match that starts as close to the cursor as possible.
+ If more than one pattern in |b:match_words| matches, choose the one
+ that is listed first.
+
+Examples:
+
+ Suppose you >
+ :let b:match_words = '<:>,<tag>:</tag>'
+< and hit "%" with the cursor on or before the "<" in "a <tag> is born".
+ The pattern '<' comes first, so it is preferred over '<tag>', which
+ also matches. If the cursor is on the "t", however, then '<tag>' is
+ preferred, because this matches a bit of text containing the cursor.
+ If the two groups of patterns were reversed then '<' would never be
+ preferred.
+
+ Suppose you >
+ :let b:match_words = 'if:end if'
+< (Note the space!) and hit "%" with the cursor at the end of "end if".
+ Then "if" matches, which is probably not what you want, but if the
+ cursor starts on the "end " then "end if" is chosen. (You can avoid
+ this problem by using a more complicated pattern.)
+
+If there is no match, the cursor does not move. (Before version 1.13 of the
+script, it would fall back on the usual behavior of |%|). If debugging is
+turned on, the matched bit of text is saved as |b:match_match| and the cursor
+column of the start of the match is saved as |b:match_col|.
+
+Next, the script looks through |b:match_words| (original and parsed versions)
+for the group and pattern that match. If debugging is turned on, the group is
+saved as |b:match_ini| (the first pattern) and |b:match_tail| (the rest). If
+there are |backref|s then, in addition, the matching pattern is saved as
+|b:match_word| and a table of translations is saved as |b:match_table|. If
+there are |backref|s, these are determined from the matching pattern and
+|b:match_match| and substituted into each pattern in the matching group.
+
+The script decides whether to search forwards or backwards and chooses
+arguments for the |searchpair()| function. Then, the cursor is moved to the
+start of the match, and |searchpair()| is called. By default, matching
+structures inside strings and comments are ignored. This can be changed by
+setting |b:match_skip|.
+
+==============================================================================
+2. Activation *matchit-activate*
+
+You can use this script as a plugin, by copying it to your plugin directory.
+See |add-global-plugin| for instructions. You can also add a line to your
+|vimrc| file, such as >
+ :source $VIMRUNTIME/macros/matchit.vim
+or >
+ :runtime macros/matchit.vim
+Either way, the script should start working the next time you start up Vim.
+
+(Earlier versions of the script did nothing unless a |buffer-variable| named
+|b:match_words| was defined. Even earlier versions contained autocommands
+that set this variable for various file types. Now, |b:match_words| is
+defined in many of the default |filetype-plugin|s instead.)
+
+For a new language, you can add autocommands to the script or to your vimrc
+file, but the recommended method is to add a line such as >
+ let b:match_words = '\<foo\>:\<bar\>'
+to the |filetype-plugin| for your language. See |b:match_words| below for how
+this variable is interpreted.
+
+TROUBLESHOOTING *matchit-troubleshoot*
+
+The script should work in most installations of Vim. It may not work if Vim
+was compiled with a minimal feature set, for example if the |+syntax| option
+was not enabled. If your Vim has support for syntax compiled in, but you do
+not have |syntax| highlighting turned on, matchit.vim should work, but it may
+fail to skip matching groups in comments and strings. If the |filetype|
+mechanism is turned off, the |b:match_words| variable will probably not be
+defined automatically.
+
+==============================================================================
+3. Configuration *matchit-configure*
+
+There are several variables that govern the behavior of matchit.vim. Note
+that these are variables local to the buffer, not options, so use |:let| to
+define them, not |:set|. Some of these variables have values that matter; for
+others, it only matters whether the variable has been defined. All of these
+can be defined in the |filetype-plugin| or autocommand that defines
+|b:match_words| or "on the fly."
+
+The main variable is |b:match_words|. It is described in the section below on
+supporting a new language.
+
+ *MatchError* *matchit-hl* *matchit-highlight*
+MatchError is the highlight group for error messages from the script. By
+default, it is linked to WarningMsg. If you do not want to be bothered by
+error messages, you can define this to be something invisible. For example,
+if you use the GUI version of Vim and your command line is normally white, you
+can do >
+ :hi MatchError guifg=white guibg=white
+<
+ *b:match_ignorecase*
+If you >
+ :let b:match_ignorecase = 1
+then matchit.vim acts as if 'ignorecase' is set: for example, "end" and "END"
+are equivalent. If you >
+ :let b:match_ignorecase = 0
+then matchit.vim treats "end" and "END" differently. (There will be no
+b:match_infercase option unless someone requests it.)
+
+ *b:match_debug*
+Define b:match_debug if you want debugging information to be saved. See
+|matchit-debug|, below.
+
+ *b:match_skip*
+If b:match_skip is defined, it is passed as the skip argument to
+|searchpair()|. This controls when matching structures are skipped, or
+ignored. By default, they are ignored inside comments and strings, as
+determined by the |syntax| mechanism. (If syntax highlighting is turned off,
+nothing is skipped.) You can set b:match_skip to a string, which evaluates to
+a non-zero, numerical value if the match is to be skipped or zero if the match
+should not be skipped. In addition, the following special values are
+supported by matchit.vim:
+ s:foo becomes (current syntax item) =~ foo
+ S:foo becomes (current syntax item) !~ foo
+ r:foo becomes (line before cursor) =~ foo
+ R:foo becomes (line before cursor) !~ foo
+(The "s" is meant to suggest "syntax", and the "r" is meant to suggest
+"regular expression".)
+
+Examples:
+
+ You can get the default behavior with >
+ :let b:match_skip = 's:comment\|string'
+<
+ If you want to skip matching structures unless they are at the start
+ of the line (ignoring whitespace) then you can >
+ :let b:match_skip = 'R:^\s*'
+< Do not do this if strings or comments can span several lines, since
+ the normal syntax checking will not be done if you set b:match_skip.
+
+ In LaTeX, since "%" is used as the comment character, you can >
+ :let b:match_skip = 'r:%'
+< Unfortunately, this will skip anything after "\%", an escaped "%". To
+ allow for this, and also "\\%" (an excaped backslash followed by the
+ comment character) you can >
+ :let b:match_skip = 'r:\(^\|[^\\]\)\(\\\\\)*%'
+<
+ See the $VIMRUNTIME/ftplugin/vim.vim for an example that uses both
+ syntax and a regular expression.
+
+==============================================================================
+4. Supporting a New Language *matchit-newlang*
+ *b:match_words*
+In order for matchit.vim to support a new language, you must define a suitable
+pattern for |b:match_words|. You may also want to set some of the
+|matchit-configure| variables, as described above. If your language has a
+complicated syntax, or many keywords, you will need to know something about
+Vim's |regular-expression|s.
+
+The format for |b:match_words| is similar to that of the 'matchpairs' option:
+it is a comma (,)-separated list of groups; each group is a colon(:)-separated
+list of patterns (regular expressions). Commas and backslashes that are part
+of a pattern should be escaped with backslashes ('\:' and '\,'). It is OK to
+have only one group; the effect is undefined if a group has only one pattern.
+A simple example is >
+ :let b:match_words = '\<if\>:\<endif\>,'
+ \ . '\<while\>:\<continue\>:\<break\>:\<endwhile\>'
+(In Vim regular expressions, |\<| and |\>| denote word boundaries. Thus "if"
+matches the end of "endif" but "\<if\>" does not.) Then banging on the "%"
+key will bounce the cursor between "if" and the matching "endif"; and from
+"while" to any matching "continue" or "break", then to the matching "endwhile"
+and back to the "while". It is almost always easier to use |literal-string|s
+(single quotes) as above: '\<if\>' rather than "\\<if\\>" and so on.
+
+Exception: If the ":" character does not appear in b:match_words, then it is
+treated as an expression to be evaluated. For example, >
+ :let b:match_words = 'GetMatchWords()'
+allows you to define a function. This can return a different string depending
+on the current syntax, for example.
+
+Once you have defined the appropriate value of |b:match_words|, you will
+probably want to have this set automatically each time you edit the
+appropriate file type. The recommended way to do this is by adding the
+definition to a |filetype-plugin| file.
+
+Tips: Be careful that your initial pattern does not match your final pattern.
+See the example above for the use of word-boundary expressions. It is usually
+better to use ".\{-}" (as many as necessary) instead of ".*" (as many as
+possible). See |\{-|. For example, in the string "<tag>label</tag>", "<.*>"
+matches the whole string whereas "<.\{-}>" and "<[^>]*>" match "<tag>" and
+"</tag>".
+
+ *matchit-spaces* *matchit-s:notend*
+If "if" is to be paired with "end if" (Note the space!) then word boundaries
+are not enough. Instead, define a regular expression s:notend that will match
+anything but "end" and use it as follows: >
+ :let s:notend = '\%(\<end\s\+\)\@<!'
+ :let b:match_words = s:notend . '\<if\>:\<end\s\+if\>'
+< *matchit-s:sol*
+This is a simplified version of what is done for Ada. The s:notend is a
+|script-variable|. Similarly, you may want to define a start-of-line regular
+expression >
+ :let s:sol = '\%(^\|;\)\s*'
+if keywords are only recognized after the start of a line or after a
+semicolon (;), with optional white space.
+
+ *matchit-backref* *matchit-\1*
+In any group, the expressions |\1|, |\2|, ..., |\9| refer to parts of the
+INITIAL pattern enclosed in |\(|escaped parentheses|\)|. These are referred
+to as back references, or backrefs. For example, >
+ :let b:match_words = '\<b\(o\+\)\>:\(h\)\1\>'
+means that "bo" pairs with "ho" and "boo" pairs with "hoo" and so on. Note
+that "\1" does not refer to the "\(h\)" in this example. If you have
+"\(nested \(parentheses\)\) then "\d" refers to the d-th "\(" and everything
+up to and including the matching "\)": in "\(nested\(parentheses\)\)", "\1"
+refers to everything and "\2" refers to "\(parentheses\)". If you use a
+variable such as |s:notend| or |s:sol| in the previous paragraph then remember
+to count any "\(" patterns in this variable. You do not have to count groups
+defined by |\%(\)|.
+
+It should be possible to resolve back references from any pattern in the
+group. For example, >
+ :let b:match_words = '\(foo\)\(bar\):more\1:and\2:end\1\2'
+would not work because "\2" cannot be determined from "morefoo" and "\1"
+cannot be determined from "andbar". On the other hand, >
+ :let b:match_words = '\(\(foo\)\(bar\)\):\3\2:end\1'
+should work (and have the same effect as "foobar:barfoo:endfoobar"), although
+this has not been thoroughly tested.
+
+You can use |zero-width| patterns such as |\@<=| and |\zs|. (The latter has
+not been thouroughly tested in matchit.vim.) For example, if the keyword "if"
+must occur at the start of the line, with optional white space, you might use
+the pattern "\(^\s*\)\@<=if" so that the cursor will end on the "i" instead of
+at the start of the line. For another example, if HTML had only one tag then
+one could >
+ :let b:match_words = '<:>,<\@<=tag>:<\@<=/tag>'
+so that "%" can bounce between matching "<" and ">" pairs or (starting on
+"tag" or "/tag") between matching tags. Without the |\@<=|, the script would
+bounce from "tag" to the "<" in "</tag>", and another "%" would not take you
+back to where you started.
+
+DEBUGGING *matchit-debug* *:MatchDebug*
+
+If you are having trouble figuring out the appropriate definition of
+|b:match_words| then you can take advantage of the same information I use when
+debugging the script. This is especially true if you are not sure whether
+your patterns or my script are at fault! To make this more convenient, I have
+made the command :MatchDebug, which defines the variable |b:match_debug| and
+creates a Matchit menu. This menu makes it convenient to check the values of
+the variables described below. You will probably also want to read
+|matchit-details| above.
+
+Defining the variable |b:match_debug| causes the script to set the following
+variables, each time you hit the "%" key. Several of these are only defined
+if |b:match_words| includes |backref|s.
+
+ *b:match_pat*
+The b:match_pat variable is set to |b:match_words| with |backref|s parsed.
+ *b:match_match*
+The b:match_match variable is set to the bit of text that is recognized as a
+match.
+ *b:match_col*
+The b:match_col variable is set to the cursor column of the start of the
+matching text.
+ *b:match_wholeBR*
+The b:match_wholeBR variable is set to the comma-separated group of patterns
+that matches, with |backref|s unparsed.
+ *b:match_iniBR*
+The b:match_iniBR variable is set to the first pattern in |b:match_wholeBR|.
+ *b:match_ini*
+The b:match_ini variable is set to the first pattern in |b:match_wholeBR|,
+with |backref|s resolved from |b:match_match|.
+ *b:match_tail*
+The b:match_tail variable is set to the remaining patterns in
+|b:match_wholeBR|, with |backref|s resolved from |b:match_match|.
+ *b:match_word*
+The b:match_word variable is set to the pattern from |b:match_wholeBR| that
+matches |b:match_match|.
+ *b:match_table*
+The back reference '\'.d refers to the same thing as '\'.b:match_table[d] in
+|b:match_word|.
+
+==============================================================================
+5. Known Bugs and Limitations *matchit-bugs*
+
+Just because I know about a bug does not mean that it is on my todo list. I
+try to respond to reports of bugs that cause real problems. If it does not
+cause serious problems, or if there is a work-around, a bug may sit there for
+a while. Moral: if a bug (known or not) bothers you, let me know.
+
+The various |:vmap|s defined in the script (%, |g%|, |[%|, |]%|, |a%|) may
+have undesired effects in Select mode |Select-mode-mapping|. At least, if you
+want to replace the selection with any character in "ag%[]" there will be a
+pause of |'updatetime'| first.
+
+It would be nice if "\0" were recognized as the entire pattern. That is, it
+would be nice if "foo:\end\0" had the same effect as "\(foo\):\end\1". I may
+try to implement this in a future version. (This is not so easy to arrange as
+you might think!)
+
+==============================================================================
+vim:tw=78:fo=tcq2:
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+:Ack ack.txt /*:Ack*
+:AckAdd ack.txt /*:AckAdd*
+:LAck ack.txt /*:LAck*
+:LAckAdd ack.txt /*:LAckAdd*
+:MatchDebug matchit.txt /*:MatchDebug*
+DocLookupInteractive clojure.txt /*DocLookupInteractive*
+DocLookupWord clojure.txt /*DocLookupWord*
+EvalBlock clojure.txt /*EvalBlock*
+EvalFile clojure.txt /*EvalFile*
+EvalLine clojure.txt /*EvalLine*
+EvalParagraph clojure.txt /*EvalParagraph*
+EvalToplevel clojure.txt /*EvalToplevel*
+FindDoc clojure.txt /*FindDoc*
+GotoSourceInteractive clojure.txt /*GotoSourceInteractive*
+GotoSourceWord clojure.txt /*GotoSourceWord*
+JavadocLookupInteractive clojure.txt /*JavadocLookupInteractive*
+JavadocLookupWord clojure.txt /*JavadocLookupWord*
+MacroExpand clojure.txt /*MacroExpand*
+MacroExpand1 clojure.txt /*MacroExpand1*
+MatchError matchit.txt /*MatchError*
+MetaLookupInteractive clojure.txt /*MetaLookupInteractive*
+MetaLookupWord clojure.txt /*MetaLookupWord*
+RequireFile clojure.txt /*RequireFile*
+RequireFileAll clojure.txt /*RequireFileAll*
+SourceLookupInteractive clojure.txt /*SourceLookupInteractive*
+SourceLookupWord clojure.txt /*SourceLookupWord*
+StartRepl clojure.txt /*StartRepl*
+[% matchit.txt /*[%*
+]% matchit.txt /*]%*
+ack ack.txt /*ack*
+ack-author ack.txt /*ack-author*
+ack.txt ack.txt /*ack.txt*
+b:match_col matchit.txt /*b:match_col*
+b:match_debug matchit.txt /*b:match_debug*
+b:match_ignorecase matchit.txt /*b:match_ignorecase*
+b:match_ini matchit.txt /*b:match_ini*
+b:match_iniBR matchit.txt /*b:match_iniBR*
+b:match_match matchit.txt /*b:match_match*
+b:match_pat matchit.txt /*b:match_pat*
+b:match_skip matchit.txt /*b:match_skip*
+b:match_table matchit.txt /*b:match_table*
+b:match_tail matchit.txt /*b:match_tail*
+b:match_wholeBR matchit.txt /*b:match_wholeBR*
+b:match_word matchit.txt /*b:match_word*
+b:match_words matchit.txt /*b:match_words*
+clj-nailgun-server clojure.txt /*clj-nailgun-server*
+clojure.vim clojure.txt /*clojure.vim*
+eb clojure.txt /*eb*
+ef clojure.txt /*ef*
+el clojure.txt /*el*
+ep clojure.txt /*ep*
+et clojure.txt /*et*
+fd clojure.txt /*fd*
+ft-clj-syntax clojure.txt /*ft-clj-syntax*
+g% matchit.txt /*g%*
+gi clojure.txt /*gi*
+gw clojure.txt /*gw*
+ji clojure.txt /*ji*
+jw clojure.txt /*jw*
+li clojure.txt /*li*
+lw clojure.txt /*lw*
+m1 clojure.txt /*m1*
+matchit matchit.txt /*matchit*
+matchit-% matchit.txt /*matchit-%*
+matchit-\1 matchit.txt /*matchit-\\1*
+matchit-activate matchit.txt /*matchit-activate*
+matchit-backref matchit.txt /*matchit-backref*
+matchit-bugs matchit.txt /*matchit-bugs*
+matchit-choose matchit.txt /*matchit-choose*
+matchit-configure matchit.txt /*matchit-configure*
+matchit-debug matchit.txt /*matchit-debug*
+matchit-details matchit.txt /*matchit-details*
+matchit-highlight matchit.txt /*matchit-highlight*
+matchit-hl matchit.txt /*matchit-hl*
+matchit-intro matchit.txt /*matchit-intro*
+matchit-languages matchit.txt /*matchit-languages*
+matchit-modes matchit.txt /*matchit-modes*
+matchit-newlang matchit.txt /*matchit-newlang*
+matchit-o_% matchit.txt /*matchit-o_%*
+matchit-parse matchit.txt /*matchit-parse*
+matchit-s:notend matchit.txt /*matchit-s:notend*
+matchit-s:sol matchit.txt /*matchit-s:sol*
+matchit-spaces matchit.txt /*matchit-spaces*
+matchit-troubleshoot matchit.txt /*matchit-troubleshoot*
+matchit-v_% matchit.txt /*matchit-v_%*
+matchit.txt matchit.txt /*matchit.txt*
+matchit.vim matchit.txt /*matchit.vim*
+me clojure.txt /*me*
+mi clojure.txt /*mi*
+mw clojure.txt /*mw*
+o_[% matchit.txt /*o_[%*
+o_]% matchit.txt /*o_]%*
+o_g% matchit.txt /*o_g%*
+rF clojure.txt /*rF*
+rf clojure.txt /*rf*
+si clojure.txt /*si*
+sr clojure.txt /*sr*
+sw clojure.txt /*sw*
+v_[% matchit.txt /*v_[%*
+v_]% matchit.txt /*v_]%*
+v_a% matchit.txt /*v_a%*
+v_g% matchit.txt /*v_g%*
+vimclojure.txt clojure.txt /*vimclojure.txt*
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+" NOTE: You must, of course, install the ack script
+" in your path.
+" On Ubuntu:
+" sudo apt-get install ack-grep
+" ln -s /usr/bin/ack-grep /usr/bin/ack
+" With MacPorts:
+" sudo port install p5-app-ack
+
+let g:ackprg="ack\\ -H\\ --nocolor\\ --nogroup"
+
+function! Ack(args)
+ let grepprg_bak=&grepprg
+ exec "set grepprg=" . g:ackprg
+ execute "silent! grep " . a:args
+ botright copen
+ let &grepprg=grepprg_bak
+ exec "redraw!"
+endfunction
+
+function! AckAdd(args)
+ let grepprg_bak=&grepprg
+ exec "set grepprg=" . g:ackprg
+ execute "silent! grepadd " . a:args
+ botright copen
+ let &grepprg=grepprg_bak
+ exec "redraw!"
+endfunction
+
+function! LAck(args)
+ let grepprg_bak=&grepprg
+ exec "set grepprg=" . g:ackprg
+ execute "silent! lgrep " . a:args
+ botright lopen
+ let &grepprg=grepprg_bak
+ exec "redraw!"
+endfunction
+
+function! LAckAdd(args)
+ let grepprg_bak=&grepprg
+ exec "set grepprg=" . g:ackprg
+ execute "silent! lgrepadd " . a:args
+ botright lopen
+ let &grepprg=grepprg_bak
+ exec "redraw!"
+endfunction
+
+command! -nargs=* -complete=file Ack call Ack(<q-args>)
+command! -nargs=* -complete=file AckAdd call AckAdd(<q-args>)
+command! -nargs=* -complete=file LAck call LAck(<q-args>)
+command! -nargs=* -complete=file LAckAdd call LAckAdd(<q-args>)
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+" matchit.vim: (global plugin) Extended "%" matching
+" Last Change: Fri Jan 25 10:00 AM 2008 EST
+" Maintainer: Benji Fisher PhD <benji@member.AMS.org>
+" Version: 1.13.2, for Vim 6.3+
+" URL: http://www.vim.org/script.php?script_id=39
+
+" Documentation:
+" The documentation is in a separate file, matchit.txt .
+
+" Credits:
+" Vim editor by Bram Moolenaar (Thanks, Bram!)
+" Original script and design by Raul Segura Acevedo
+" Support for comments by Douglas Potts
+" Support for back references and other improvements by Benji Fisher
+" Support for many languages by Johannes Zellner
+" Suggestions for improvement, bug reports, and support for additional
+" languages by Jordi-Albert Batalla, Neil Bird, Servatius Brandt, Mark
+" Collett, Stephen Wall, Dany St-Amant, Yuheng Xie, and Johannes Zellner.
+
+" Debugging:
+" If you'd like to try the built-in debugging commands...
+" :MatchDebug to activate debugging for the current buffer
+" This saves the values of several key script variables as buffer-local
+" variables. See the MatchDebug() function, below, for details.
+
+" TODO: I should think about multi-line patterns for b:match_words.
+" This would require an option: how many lines to scan (default 1).
+" This would be useful for Python, maybe also for *ML.
+" TODO: Maybe I should add a menu so that people will actually use some of
+" the features that I have implemented.
+" TODO: Eliminate the MultiMatch function. Add yet another argument to
+" Match_wrapper() instead.
+" TODO: Allow :let b:match_words = '\(\(foo\)\(bar\)\):\3\2:end\1'
+" TODO: Make backrefs safer by using '\V' (very no-magic).
+" TODO: Add a level of indirection, so that custom % scripts can use my
+" work but extend it.
+
+" allow user to prevent loading
+" and prevent duplicate loading
+if exists("loaded_matchit") || &cp
+ finish
+endif
+let loaded_matchit = 1
+let s:last_mps = ""
+let s:last_words = ":"
+
+let s:save_cpo = &cpo
+set cpo&vim
+
+nnoremap <silent> % :<C-U>call <SID>Match_wrapper('',1,'n') <CR>
+nnoremap <silent> g% :<C-U>call <SID>Match_wrapper('',0,'n') <CR>
+vnoremap <silent> % :<C-U>call <SID>Match_wrapper('',1,'v') <CR>m'gv``
+vnoremap <silent> g% :<C-U>call <SID>Match_wrapper('',0,'v') <CR>m'gv``
+onoremap <silent> % v:<C-U>call <SID>Match_wrapper('',1,'o') <CR>
+onoremap <silent> g% v:<C-U>call <SID>Match_wrapper('',0,'o') <CR>
+
+" Analogues of [{ and ]} using matching patterns:
+nnoremap <silent> [% :<C-U>call <SID>MultiMatch("bW", "n") <CR>
+nnoremap <silent> ]% :<C-U>call <SID>MultiMatch("W", "n") <CR>
+vmap [% <Esc>[%m'gv``
+vmap ]% <Esc>]%m'gv``
+" vnoremap <silent> [% :<C-U>call <SID>MultiMatch("bW", "v") <CR>m'gv``
+" vnoremap <silent> ]% :<C-U>call <SID>MultiMatch("W", "v") <CR>m'gv``
+onoremap <silent> [% v:<C-U>call <SID>MultiMatch("bW", "o") <CR>
+onoremap <silent> ]% v:<C-U>call <SID>MultiMatch("W", "o") <CR>
+
+" text object:
+vmap a% <Esc>[%v]%
+
+" Auto-complete mappings: (not yet "ready for prime time")
+" TODO Read :help write-plugin for the "right" way to let the user
+" specify a key binding.
+" let g:match_auto = '<C-]>'
+" let g:match_autoCR = '<C-CR>'
+" if exists("g:match_auto")
+" execute "inoremap " . g:match_auto . ' x<Esc>"=<SID>Autocomplete()<CR>Pls'
+" endif
+" if exists("g:match_autoCR")
+" execute "inoremap " . g:match_autoCR . ' <CR><C-R>=<SID>Autocomplete()<CR>'
+" endif
+" if exists("g:match_gthhoh")
+" execute "inoremap " . g:match_gthhoh . ' <C-O>:call <SID>Gthhoh()<CR>'
+" endif " gthhoh = "Get the heck out of here!"
+
+let s:notslash = '\\\@<!\%(\\\\\)*'
+
+function! s:Match_wrapper(word, forward, mode) range
+ " In s:CleanUp(), :execute "set" restore_options .
+ let restore_options = (&ic ? " " : " no") . "ignorecase"
+ if exists("b:match_ignorecase")
+ let &ignorecase = b:match_ignorecase
+ endif
+ let restore_options = " ve=" . &ve . restore_options
+ set ve=
+ " If this function was called from Visual mode, make sure that the cursor
+ " is at the correct end of the Visual range:
+ if a:mode == "v"
+ execute "normal! gv\<Esc>"
+ endif
+ " In s:CleanUp(), we may need to check whether the cursor moved forward.
+ let startline = line(".")
+ let startcol = col(".")
+ " Use default behavior if called with a count.
+ if v:count
+ exe "normal! " . v:count . "%"
+ return s:CleanUp(restore_options, a:mode, startline, startcol)
+ end
+
+ " First step: if not already done, set the script variables
+ " s:do_BR flag for whether there are backrefs
+ " s:pat parsed version of b:match_words
+ " s:all regexp based on s:pat and the default groups
+ "
+ if !exists("b:match_words") || b:match_words == ""
+ let match_words = ""
+ " Allow b:match_words = "GetVimMatchWords()" .
+ elseif b:match_words =~ ":"
+ let match_words = b:match_words
+ else
+ execute "let match_words =" b:match_words
+ endif
+" Thanks to Preben "Peppe" Guldberg and Bram Moolenaar for this suggestion!
+ if (match_words != s:last_words) || (&mps != s:last_mps) ||
+ \ exists("b:match_debug")
+ let s:last_words = match_words
+ let s:last_mps = &mps
+ " The next several lines were here before
+ " BF started messing with this script.
+ " quote the special chars in 'matchpairs', replace [,:] with \| and then
+ " append the builtin pairs (/*, */, #if, #ifdef, #else, #elif, #endif)
+ " let default = substitute(escape(&mps, '[$^.*~\\/?]'), '[,:]\+',
+ " \ '\\|', 'g').'\|\/\*\|\*\/\|#if\>\|#ifdef\>\|#else\>\|#elif\>\|#endif\>'
+ let default = escape(&mps, '[$^.*~\\/?]') . (strlen(&mps) ? "," : "") .
+ \ '\/\*:\*\/,#if\%(def\)\=:#else\>:#elif\>:#endif\>'
+ " s:all = pattern with all the keywords
+ let match_words = match_words . (strlen(match_words) ? "," : "") . default
+ if match_words !~ s:notslash . '\\\d'
+ let s:do_BR = 0
+ let s:pat = match_words
+ else
+ let s:do_BR = 1
+ let s:pat = s:ParseWords(match_words)
+ endif
+ let s:all = substitute(s:pat, s:notslash . '\zs[,:]\+', '\\|', 'g')
+ let s:all = '\%(' . s:all . '\)'
+ " let s:all = '\%(' . substitute(s:all, '\\\ze[,:]', '', 'g') . '\)'
+ if exists("b:match_debug")
+ let b:match_pat = s:pat
+ endif
+ endif
+
+ " Second step: set the following local variables:
+ " matchline = line on which the cursor started
+ " curcol = number of characters before match
+ " prefix = regexp for start of line to start of match
+ " suffix = regexp for end of match to end of line
+ " Require match to end on or after the cursor and prefer it to
+ " start on or before the cursor.
+ let matchline = getline(startline)
+ if a:word != ''
+ " word given
+ if a:word !~ s:all
+ echohl WarningMsg|echo 'Missing rule for word:"'.a:word.'"'|echohl NONE
+ return s:CleanUp(restore_options, a:mode, startline, startcol)
+ endif
+ let matchline = a:word
+ let curcol = 0
+ let prefix = '^\%('
+ let suffix = '\)$'
+ " Now the case when "word" is not given
+ else " Find the match that ends on or after the cursor and set curcol.
+ let regexp = s:Wholematch(matchline, s:all, startcol-1)
+ let curcol = match(matchline, regexp)
+ " If there is no match, give up.
+ if curcol == -1
+ return s:CleanUp(restore_options, a:mode, startline, startcol)
+ endif
+ let endcol = matchend(matchline, regexp)
+ let suf = strlen(matchline) - endcol
+ let prefix = (curcol ? '^.*\%' . (curcol + 1) . 'c\%(' : '^\%(')
+ let suffix = (suf ? '\)\%' . (endcol + 1) . 'c.*$' : '\)$')
+ endif
+ if exists("b:match_debug")
+ let b:match_match = matchstr(matchline, regexp)
+ let b:match_col = curcol+1
+ endif
+
+ " Third step: Find the group and single word that match, and the original
+ " (backref) versions of these. Then, resolve the backrefs.
+ " Set the following local variable:
+ " group = colon-separated list of patterns, one of which matches
+ " = ini:mid:fin or ini:fin
+ "
+ " Reconstruct the version with unresolved backrefs.
+ let patBR = substitute(match_words.',',
+ \ s:notslash.'\zs[,:]*,[,:]*', ',', 'g')
+ let patBR = substitute(patBR, s:notslash.'\zs:\{2,}', ':', 'g')
+ " Now, set group and groupBR to the matching group: 'if:endif' or
+ " 'while:endwhile' or whatever. A bit of a kluge: s:Choose() returns
+ " group . "," . groupBR, and we pick it apart.
+ let group = s:Choose(s:pat, matchline, ",", ":", prefix, suffix, patBR)
+ let i = matchend(group, s:notslash . ",")
+ let groupBR = strpart(group, i)
+ let group = strpart(group, 0, i-1)
+ " Now, matchline =~ prefix . substitute(group,':','\|','g') . suffix
+ if s:do_BR " Do the hard part: resolve those backrefs!
+ let group = s:InsertRefs(groupBR, prefix, group, suffix, matchline)
+ endif
+ if exists("b:match_debug")
+ let b:match_wholeBR = groupBR
+ let i = matchend(groupBR, s:notslash . ":")
+ let b:match_iniBR = strpart(groupBR, 0, i-1)
+ endif
+
+ " Fourth step: Set the arguments for searchpair().
+ let i = matchend(group, s:notslash . ":")
+ let j = matchend(group, '.*' . s:notslash . ":")
+ let ini = strpart(group, 0, i-1)
+ let mid = substitute(strpart(group, i,j-i-1), s:notslash.'\zs:', '\\|', 'g')
+ let fin = strpart(group, j)
+ "Un-escape the remaining , and : characters.
+ let ini = substitute(ini, s:notslash . '\zs\\\(:\|,\)', '\1', 'g')
+ let mid = substitute(mid, s:notslash . '\zs\\\(:\|,\)', '\1', 'g')
+ let fin = substitute(fin, s:notslash . '\zs\\\(:\|,\)', '\1', 'g')
+ " searchpair() requires that these patterns avoid \(\) groups.
+ let ini = substitute(ini, s:notslash . '\zs\\(', '\\%(', 'g')
+ let mid = substitute(mid, s:notslash . '\zs\\(', '\\%(', 'g')
+ let fin = substitute(fin, s:notslash . '\zs\\(', '\\%(', 'g')
+ " Set mid. This is optimized for readability, not micro-efficiency!
+ if a:forward && matchline =~ prefix . fin . suffix
+ \ || !a:forward && matchline =~ prefix . ini . suffix
+ let mid = ""
+ endif
+ " Set flag. This is optimized for readability, not micro-efficiency!
+ if a:forward && matchline =~ prefix . fin . suffix
+ \ || !a:forward && matchline !~ prefix . ini . suffix
+ let flag = "bW"
+ else
+ let flag = "W"
+ endif
+ " Set skip.
+ if exists("b:match_skip")
+ let skip = b:match_skip
+ elseif exists("b:match_comment") " backwards compatibility and testing!
+ let skip = "r:" . b:match_comment
+ else
+ let skip = 's:comment\|string'
+ endif
+ let skip = s:ParseSkip(skip)
+ if exists("b:match_debug")
+ let b:match_ini = ini
+ let b:match_tail = (strlen(mid) ? mid.'\|' : '') . fin
+ endif
+
+ " Fifth step: actually start moving the cursor and call searchpair().
+ " Later, :execute restore_cursor to get to the original screen.
+ let restore_cursor = virtcol(".") . "|"
+ normal! g0
+ let restore_cursor = line(".") . "G" . virtcol(".") . "|zs" . restore_cursor
+ normal! H
+ let restore_cursor = "normal!" . line(".") . "Gzt" . restore_cursor
+ execute restore_cursor
+ call cursor(0, curcol + 1)
+ " normal! 0
+ " if curcol
+ " execute "normal!" . curcol . "l"
+ " endif
+ if skip =~ 'synID' && !(has("syntax") && exists("g:syntax_on"))
+ let skip = "0"
+ else
+ execute "if " . skip . "| let skip = '0' | endif"
+ endif
+ let sp_return = searchpair(ini, mid, fin, flag, skip)
+ let final_position = "call cursor(" . line(".") . "," . col(".") . ")"
+ " Restore cursor position and original screen.
+ execute restore_cursor
+ normal! m'
+ if sp_return > 0
+ execute final_position
+ endif
+ return s:CleanUp(restore_options, a:mode, startline, startcol, mid.'\|'.fin)
+endfun
+
+" Restore options and do some special handling for Operator-pending mode.
+" The optional argument is the tail of the matching group.
+fun! s:CleanUp(options, mode, startline, startcol, ...)
+ execute "set" a:options
+ " Open folds, if appropriate.
+ if a:mode != "o"
+ if &foldopen =~ "percent"
+ normal! zv
+ endif
+ " In Operator-pending mode, we want to include the whole match
+ " (for example, d%).
+ " This is only a problem if we end up moving in the forward direction.
+ elseif (a:startline < line(".")) ||
+ \ (a:startline == line(".") && a:startcol < col("."))
+ if a:0
+ " Check whether the match is a single character. If not, move to the
+ " end of the match.
+ let matchline = getline(".")
+ let currcol = col(".")
+ let regexp = s:Wholematch(matchline, a:1, currcol-1)
+ let endcol = matchend(matchline, regexp)
+ if endcol > currcol " This is NOT off by one!
+ execute "normal!" . (endcol - currcol) . "l"
+ endif
+ endif " a:0
+ endif " a:mode != "o" && etc.
+ return 0
+endfun
+
+" Example (simplified HTML patterns): if
+" a:groupBR = '<\(\k\+\)>:</\1>'
+" a:prefix = '^.\{3}\('
+" a:group = '<\(\k\+\)>:</\(\k\+\)>'
+" a:suffix = '\).\{2}$'
+" a:matchline = "123<tag>12" or "123</tag>12"
+" then extract "tag" from a:matchline and return "<tag>:</tag>" .
+fun! s:InsertRefs(groupBR, prefix, group, suffix, matchline)
+ if a:matchline !~ a:prefix .
+ \ substitute(a:group, s:notslash . '\zs:', '\\|', 'g') . a:suffix
+ return a:group
+ endif
+ let i = matchend(a:groupBR, s:notslash . ':')
+ let ini = strpart(a:groupBR, 0, i-1)
+ let tailBR = strpart(a:groupBR, i)
+ let word = s:Choose(a:group, a:matchline, ":", "", a:prefix, a:suffix,
+ \ a:groupBR)
+ let i = matchend(word, s:notslash . ":")
+ let wordBR = strpart(word, i)
+ let word = strpart(word, 0, i-1)
+ " Now, a:matchline =~ a:prefix . word . a:suffix
+ if wordBR != ini
+ let table = s:Resolve(ini, wordBR, "table")
+ else
+ " let table = "----------"
+ let table = ""
+ let d = 0
+ while d < 10
+ if tailBR =~ s:notslash . '\\' . d
+ " let table[d] = d
+ let table = table . d
+ else
+ let table = table . "-"
+ endif
+ let d = d + 1
+ endwhile
+ endif
+ let d = 9
+ while d
+ if table[d] != "-"
+ let backref = substitute(a:matchline, a:prefix.word.a:suffix,
+ \ '\'.table[d], "")
+ " Are there any other characters that should be escaped?
+ let backref = escape(backref, '*,:')
+ execute s:Ref(ini, d, "start", "len")
+ let ini = strpart(ini, 0, start) . backref . strpart(ini, start+len)
+ let tailBR = substitute(tailBR, s:notslash . '\zs\\' . d,
+ \ escape(backref, '\\'), 'g')
+ endif
+ let d = d-1
+ endwhile
+ if exists("b:match_debug")
+ if s:do_BR
+ let b:match_table = table
+ let b:match_word = word
+ else
+ let b:match_table = ""
+ let b:match_word = ""
+ endif
+ endif
+ return ini . ":" . tailBR
+endfun
+
+" Input a comma-separated list of groups with backrefs, such as
+" a:groups = '\(foo\):end\1,\(bar\):end\1'
+" and return a comma-separated list of groups with backrefs replaced:
+" return '\(foo\):end\(foo\),\(bar\):end\(bar\)'
+fun! s:ParseWords(groups)
+ let groups = substitute(a:groups.",", s:notslash.'\zs[,:]*,[,:]*', ',', 'g')
+ let groups = substitute(groups, s:notslash . '\zs:\{2,}', ':', 'g')
+ let parsed = ""
+ while groups =~ '[^,:]'
+ let i = matchend(groups, s:notslash . ':')
+ let j = matchend(groups, s:notslash . ',')
+ let ini = strpart(groups, 0, i-1)
+ let tail = strpart(groups, i, j-i-1) . ":"
+ let groups = strpart(groups, j)
+ let parsed = parsed . ini
+ let i = matchend(tail, s:notslash . ':')
+ while i != -1
+ " In 'if:else:endif', ini='if' and word='else' and then word='endif'.
+ let word = strpart(tail, 0, i-1)
+ let tail = strpart(tail, i)
+ let i = matchend(tail, s:notslash . ':')
+ let parsed = parsed . ":" . s:Resolve(ini, word, "word")
+ endwhile " Now, tail has been used up.
+ let parsed = parsed . ","
+ endwhile " groups =~ '[^,:]'
+ let parsed = substitute(parsed, ',$', '', '')
+ return parsed
+endfun
+
+" TODO I think this can be simplified and/or made more efficient.
+" TODO What should I do if a:start is out of range?
+" Return a regexp that matches all of a:string, such that
+" matchstr(a:string, regexp) represents the match for a:pat that starts
+" as close to a:start as possible, before being preferred to after, and
+" ends after a:start .
+" Usage:
+" let regexp = s:Wholematch(getline("."), 'foo\|bar', col(".")-1)
+" let i = match(getline("."), regexp)
+" let j = matchend(getline("."), regexp)
+" let match = matchstr(getline("."), regexp)
+fun! s:Wholematch(string, pat, start)
+ let group = '\%(' . a:pat . '\)'
+ let prefix = (a:start ? '\(^.*\%<' . (a:start + 2) . 'c\)\zs' : '^')
+ let len = strlen(a:string)
+ let suffix = (a:start+1 < len ? '\(\%>'.(a:start+1).'c.*$\)\@=' : '$')
+ if a:string !~ prefix . group . suffix
+ let prefix = ''
+ endif
+ return prefix . group . suffix
+endfun
+
+" No extra arguments: s:Ref(string, d) will
+" find the d'th occurrence of '\(' and return it, along with everything up
+" to and including the matching '\)'.
+" One argument: s:Ref(string, d, "start") returns the index of the start
+" of the d'th '\(' and any other argument returns the length of the group.
+" Two arguments: s:Ref(string, d, "foo", "bar") returns a string to be
+" executed, having the effect of
+" :let foo = s:Ref(string, d, "start")
+" :let bar = s:Ref(string, d, "len")
+fun! s:Ref(string, d, ...)
+ let len = strlen(a:string)
+ if a:d == 0
+ let start = 0
+ else
+ let cnt = a:d
+ let match = a:string
+ while cnt
+ let cnt = cnt - 1
+ let index = matchend(match, s:notslash . '\\(')
+ if index == -1
+ return ""
+ endif
+ let match = strpart(match, index)
+ endwhile
+ let start = len - strlen(match)
+ if a:0 == 1 && a:1 == "start"
+ return start - 2
+ endif
+ let cnt = 1
+ while cnt
+ let index = matchend(match, s:notslash . '\\(\|\\)') - 1
+ if index == -2
+ return ""
+ endif
+ " Increment if an open, decrement if a ')':
+ let cnt = cnt + (match[index]=="(" ? 1 : -1) " ')'
+ " let cnt = stridx('0(', match[index]) + cnt
+ let match = strpart(match, index+1)
+ endwhile
+ let start = start - 2
+ let len = len - start - strlen(match)
+ endif
+ if a:0 == 1
+ return len
+ elseif a:0 == 2
+ return "let " . a:1 . "=" . start . "| let " . a:2 . "=" . len
+ else
+ return strpart(a:string, start, len)
+ endif
+endfun
+
+" Count the number of disjoint copies of pattern in string.
+" If the pattern is a literal string and contains no '0' or '1' characters
+" then s:Count(string, pattern, '0', '1') should be faster than
+" s:Count(string, pattern).
+fun! s:Count(string, pattern, ...)
+ let pat = escape(a:pattern, '\\')
+ if a:0 > 1
+ let foo = substitute(a:string, '[^'.a:pattern.']', "a:1", "g")
+ let foo = substitute(a:string, pat, a:2, "g")
+ let foo = substitute(foo, '[^' . a:2 . ']', "", "g")
+ return strlen(foo)
+ endif
+ let result = 0
+ let foo = a:string
+ let index = matchend(foo, pat)
+ while index != -1
+ let result = result + 1
+ let foo = strpart(foo, index)
+ let index = matchend(foo, pat)
+ endwhile
+ return result
+endfun
+
+" s:Resolve('\(a\)\(b\)', '\(c\)\2\1\1\2') should return table.word, where
+" word = '\(c\)\(b\)\(a\)\3\2' and table = '-32-------'. That is, the first
+" '\1' in target is replaced by '\(a\)' in word, table[1] = 3, and this
+" indicates that all other instances of '\1' in target are to be replaced
+" by '\3'. The hard part is dealing with nesting...
+" Note that ":" is an illegal character for source and target,
+" unless it is preceded by "\".
+fun! s:Resolve(source, target, output)
+ let word = a:target
+ let i = matchend(word, s:notslash . '\\\d') - 1
+ let table = "----------"
+ while i != -2 " There are back references to be replaced.
+ let d = word[i]
+ let backref = s:Ref(a:source, d)
+ " The idea is to replace '\d' with backref. Before we do this,
+ " replace any \(\) groups in backref with :1, :2, ... if they
+ " correspond to the first, second, ... group already inserted
+ " into backref. Later, replace :1 with \1 and so on. The group
+ " number w+b within backref corresponds to the group number
+ " s within a:source.
+ " w = number of '\(' in word before the current one
+ let w = s:Count(
+ \ substitute(strpart(word, 0, i-1), '\\\\', '', 'g'), '\(', '1')
+ let b = 1 " number of the current '\(' in backref
+ let s = d " number of the current '\(' in a:source
+ while b <= s:Count(substitute(backref, '\\\\', '', 'g'), '\(', '1')
+ \ && s < 10
+ if table[s] == "-"
+ if w + b < 10
+ " let table[s] = w + b
+ let table = strpart(table, 0, s) . (w+b) . strpart(table, s+1)
+ endif
+ let b = b + 1
+ let s = s + 1
+ else
+ execute s:Ref(backref, b, "start", "len")
+ let ref = strpart(backref, start, len)
+ let backref = strpart(backref, 0, start) . ":". table[s]
+ \ . strpart(backref, start+len)
+ let s = s + s:Count(substitute(ref, '\\\\', '', 'g'), '\(', '1')
+ endif
+ endwhile
+ let word = strpart(word, 0, i-1) . backref . strpart(word, i+1)
+ let i = matchend(word, s:notslash . '\\\d') - 1
+ endwhile
+ let word = substitute(word, s:notslash . '\zs:', '\\', 'g')
+ if a:output == "table"
+ return table
+ elseif a:output == "word"
+ return word
+ else
+ return table . word
+ endif
+endfun
+
+" Assume a:comma = ",". Then the format for a:patterns and a:1 is
+" a:patterns = "<pat1>,<pat2>,..."
+" a:1 = "<alt1>,<alt2>,..."
+" If <patn> is the first pattern that matches a:string then return <patn>
+" if no optional arguments are given; return <patn>,<altn> if a:1 is given.
+fun! s:Choose(patterns, string, comma, branch, prefix, suffix, ...)
+ let tail = (a:patterns =~ a:comma."$" ? a:patterns : a:patterns . a:comma)
+ let i = matchend(tail, s:notslash . a:comma)
+ if a:0
+ let alttail = (a:1 =~ a:comma."$" ? a:1 : a:1 . a:comma)
+ let j = matchend(alttail, s:notslash . a:comma)
+ endif
+ let current = strpart(tail, 0, i-1)
+ if a:branch == ""
+ let currpat = current
+ else
+ let currpat = substitute(current, s:notslash . a:branch, '\\|', 'g')
+ endif
+ while a:string !~ a:prefix . currpat . a:suffix
+ let tail = strpart(tail, i)
+ let i = matchend(tail, s:notslash . a:comma)
+ if i == -1
+ return -1
+ endif
+ let current = strpart(tail, 0, i-1)
+ if a:branch == ""
+ let currpat = current
+ else
+ let currpat = substitute(current, s:notslash . a:branch, '\\|', 'g')
+ endif
+ if a:0
+ let alttail = strpart(alttail, j)
+ let j = matchend(alttail, s:notslash . a:comma)
+ endif
+ endwhile
+ if a:0
+ let current = current . a:comma . strpart(alttail, 0, j-1)
+ endif
+ return current
+endfun
+
+" Call this function to turn on debugging information. Every time the main
+" script is run, buffer variables will be saved. These can be used directly
+" or viewed using the menu items below.
+if !exists(":MatchDebug")
+ command! -nargs=0 MatchDebug call s:Match_debug()
+endif
+
+fun! s:Match_debug()
+ let b:match_debug = 1 " Save debugging information.
+ " pat = all of b:match_words with backrefs parsed
+ amenu &Matchit.&pat :echo b:match_pat<CR>
+ " match = bit of text that is recognized as a match
+ amenu &Matchit.&match :echo b:match_match<CR>
+ " curcol = cursor column of the start of the matching text
+ amenu &Matchit.&curcol :echo b:match_col<CR>
+ " wholeBR = matching group, original version
+ amenu &Matchit.wh&oleBR :echo b:match_wholeBR<CR>
+ " iniBR = 'if' piece, original version
+ amenu &Matchit.ini&BR :echo b:match_iniBR<CR>
+ " ini = 'if' piece, with all backrefs resolved from match
+ amenu &Matchit.&ini :echo b:match_ini<CR>
+ " tail = 'else\|endif' piece, with all backrefs resolved from match
+ amenu &Matchit.&tail :echo b:match_tail<CR>
+ " fin = 'endif' piece, with all backrefs resolved from match
+ amenu &Matchit.&word :echo b:match_word<CR>
+ " '\'.d in ini refers to the same thing as '\'.table[d] in word.
+ amenu &Matchit.t&able :echo '0:' . b:match_table . ':9'<CR>
+endfun
+
+" Jump to the nearest unmatched "(" or "if" or "<tag>" if a:spflag == "bW"
+" or the nearest unmatched "</tag>" or "endif" or ")" if a:spflag == "W".
+" Return a "mark" for the original position, so that
+" let m = MultiMatch("bW", "n") ... execute m
+" will return to the original position. If there is a problem, do not
+" move the cursor and return "", unless a count is given, in which case
+" go up or down as many levels as possible and again return "".
+" TODO This relies on the same patterns as % matching. It might be a good
+" idea to give it its own matching patterns.
+fun! s:MultiMatch(spflag, mode)
+ if !exists("b:match_words") || b:match_words == ""
+ return ""
+ end
+ let restore_options = (&ic ? "" : "no") . "ignorecase"
+ if exists("b:match_ignorecase")
+ let &ignorecase = b:match_ignorecase
+ endif
+ let startline = line(".")
+ let startcol = col(".")
+
+ " First step: if not already done, set the script variables
+ " s:do_BR flag for whether there are backrefs
+ " s:pat parsed version of b:match_words
+ " s:all regexp based on s:pat and the default groups
+ " This part is copied and slightly modified from s:Match_wrapper().
+ let default = escape(&mps, '[$^.*~\\/?]') . (strlen(&mps) ? "," : "") .
+ \ '\/\*:\*\/,#if\%(def\)\=:#else\>:#elif\>:#endif\>'
+ " Allow b:match_words = "GetVimMatchWords()" .
+ if b:match_words =~ ":"
+ let match_words = b:match_words
+ else
+ execute "let match_words =" b:match_words
+ endif
+ if (match_words != s:last_words) || (&mps != s:last_mps) ||
+ \ exists("b:match_debug")
+ let s:last_words = match_words
+ let s:last_mps = &mps
+ if match_words !~ s:notslash . '\\\d'
+ let s:do_BR = 0
+ let s:pat = match_words
+ else
+ let s:do_BR = 1
+ let s:pat = s:ParseWords(match_words)
+ endif
+ let s:all = '\%(' . substitute(s:pat . (strlen(s:pat)?",":"") . default,
+ \ '[,:]\+','\\|','g') . '\)'
+ if exists("b:match_debug")
+ let b:match_pat = s:pat
+ endif
+ endif
+
+ " Second step: figure out the patterns for searchpair()
+ " and save the screen, cursor position, and 'ignorecase'.
+ " - TODO: A lot of this is copied from s:Match_wrapper().
+ " - maybe even more functionality should be split off
+ " - into separate functions!
+ let cdefault = (s:pat =~ '[^,]$' ? "," : "") . default
+ let open = substitute(s:pat . cdefault,
+ \ s:notslash . '\zs:.\{-}' . s:notslash . ',', '\\),\\(', 'g')
+ let open = '\(' . substitute(open, s:notslash . '\zs:.*$', '\\)', '')
+ let close = substitute(s:pat . cdefault,
+ \ s:notslash . '\zs,.\{-}' . s:notslash . ':', '\\),\\(', 'g')
+ let close = substitute(close, '^.\{-}' . s:notslash . ':', '\\(', '') . '\)'
+ if exists("b:match_skip")
+ let skip = b:match_skip
+ elseif exists("b:match_comment") " backwards compatibility and testing!
+ let skip = "r:" . b:match_comment
+ else
+ let skip = 's:comment\|string'
+ endif
+ let skip = s:ParseSkip(skip)
+ " let restore_cursor = line(".") . "G" . virtcol(".") . "|"
+ " normal! H
+ " let restore_cursor = "normal!" . line(".") . "Gzt" . restore_cursor
+ let restore_cursor = virtcol(".") . "|"
+ normal! g0
+ let restore_cursor = line(".") . "G" . virtcol(".") . "|zs" . restore_cursor
+ normal! H
+ let restore_cursor = "normal!" . line(".") . "Gzt" . restore_cursor
+ execute restore_cursor
+
+ " Third step: call searchpair().
+ " Replace '\('--but not '\\('--with '\%(' and ',' with '\|'.
+ let openpat = substitute(open, '\(\\\@<!\(\\\\\)*\)\@<=\\(', '\\%(', 'g')
+ let openpat = substitute(openpat, ',', '\\|', 'g')
+ let closepat = substitute(close, '\(\\\@<!\(\\\\\)*\)\@<=\\(', '\\%(', 'g')
+ let closepat = substitute(closepat, ',', '\\|', 'g')
+ if skip =~ 'synID' && !(has("syntax") && exists("g:syntax_on"))
+ let skip = '0'
+ else
+ execute "if " . skip . "| let skip = '0' | endif"
+ endif
+ mark '
+ let level = v:count1
+ while level
+ if searchpair(openpat, '', closepat, a:spflag, skip) < 1
+ call s:CleanUp(restore_options, a:mode, startline, startcol)
+ return ""
+ endif
+ let level = level - 1
+ endwhile
+
+ " Restore options and return a string to restore the original position.
+ call s:CleanUp(restore_options, a:mode, startline, startcol)
+ return restore_cursor
+endfun
+
+" Search backwards for "if" or "while" or "<tag>" or ...
+" and return "endif" or "endwhile" or "</tag>" or ... .
+" For now, this uses b:match_words and the same script variables
+" as s:Match_wrapper() . Later, it may get its own patterns,
+" either from a buffer variable or passed as arguments.
+" fun! s:Autocomplete()
+" echo "autocomplete not yet implemented :-("
+" if !exists("b:match_words") || b:match_words == ""
+" return ""
+" end
+" let startpos = s:MultiMatch("bW")
+"
+" if startpos == ""
+" return ""
+" endif
+" " - TODO: figure out whether 'if' or '<tag>' matched, and construct
+" " - the appropriate closing.
+" let matchline = getline(".")
+" let curcol = col(".") - 1
+" " - TODO: Change the s:all argument if there is a new set of match pats.
+" let regexp = s:Wholematch(matchline, s:all, curcol)
+" let suf = strlen(matchline) - matchend(matchline, regexp)
+" let prefix = (curcol ? '^.\{' . curcol . '}\%(' : '^\%(')
+" let suffix = (suf ? '\).\{' . suf . '}$' : '\)$')
+" " Reconstruct the version with unresolved backrefs.
+" let patBR = substitute(b:match_words.',', '[,:]*,[,:]*', ',', 'g')
+" let patBR = substitute(patBR, ':\{2,}', ':', "g")
+" " Now, set group and groupBR to the matching group: 'if:endif' or
+" " 'while:endwhile' or whatever.
+" let group = s:Choose(s:pat, matchline, ",", ":", prefix, suffix, patBR)
+" let i = matchend(group, s:notslash . ",")
+" let groupBR = strpart(group, i)
+" let group = strpart(group, 0, i-1)
+" " Now, matchline =~ prefix . substitute(group,':','\|','g') . suffix
+" if s:do_BR
+" let group = s:InsertRefs(groupBR, prefix, group, suffix, matchline)
+" endif
+" " let g:group = group
+"
+" " - TODO: Construct the closing from group.
+" let fake = "end" . expand("<cword>")
+" execute startpos
+" return fake
+" endfun
+
+" Close all open structures. "Get the heck out of here!"
+" fun! s:Gthhoh()
+" let close = s:Autocomplete()
+" while strlen(close)
+" put=close
+" let close = s:Autocomplete()
+" endwhile
+" endfun
+
+" Parse special strings as typical skip arguments for searchpair():
+" s:foo becomes (current syntax item) =~ foo
+" S:foo becomes (current syntax item) !~ foo
+" r:foo becomes (line before cursor) =~ foo
+" R:foo becomes (line before cursor) !~ foo
+fun! s:ParseSkip(str)
+ let skip = a:str
+ if skip[1] == ":"
+ if skip[0] == "s"
+ let skip = "synIDattr(synID(line('.'),col('.'),1),'name') =~? '" .
+ \ strpart(skip,2) . "'"
+ elseif skip[0] == "S"
+ let skip = "synIDattr(synID(line('.'),col('.'),1),'name') !~? '" .
+ \ strpart(skip,2) . "'"
+ elseif skip[0] == "r"
+ let skip = "strpart(getline('.'),0,col('.'))=~'" . strpart(skip,2). "'"
+ elseif skip[0] == "R"
+ let skip = "strpart(getline('.'),0,col('.'))!~'" . strpart(skip,2). "'"
+ endif
+ endif
+ return skip
+endfun
+
+let &cpo = s:save_cpo
+
+" vim:sts=2:sw=2:
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6 plugin/ruby_focused_unit_test.vim
@@ -107,6 +107,10 @@ class RubyFocusedUnitTest
write_output_to_buffer("spec #{current_file} -l #{line_number}")
end
+ def run_spec2
+ write_output_to_buffer("ruby -Ilib -Ispec #{current_file}")
+ end
+
def run_unit_test
method_name = nil
@@ -130,7 +134,7 @@ class RubyFocusedUnitTest
def run_test
if spec_file?
- run_spec
+ run_spec2
else
run_unit_test
end
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246 syntax/javascript.vim
@@ -0,0 +1,246 @@
+" Vim syntax file
+" Language: JavaScript
+" Maintainer: Yi Zhao (ZHAOYI) <zzlinux AT hotmail DOT com>
+" Last Change: June 4, 2009
+" Version: 0.7.7
+" Changes: Add "undefined" as a type keyword
+"
+" TODO:
+" - Add the HTML syntax inside the JSDoc
+
+if !exists("main_syntax")
+ if version < 600
+ syntax clear
+ elseif exists("b:current_syntax")
+ finish
+ endif
+ let main_syntax = 'javascript'
+endif
+
+"" Drop fold if it set but VIM doesn't support it.
+let b:javascript_fold='true'
+if version < 600 " Don't support the old version
+ unlet! b:javascript_fold
+endif
+
+"" dollar sigh is permittd anywhere in an identifier
+setlocal iskeyword+=$
+
+syntax sync fromstart
+
+"" JavaScript comments
+syntax keyword javaScriptCommentTodo TODO FIXME XXX TBD contained
+syntax region javaScriptLineComment start=+\/\/+ end=+$+ keepend contains=javaScriptCommentTodo,@Spell
+syntax region javaScriptLineComment start=+^\s*\/\/+ skip=+\n\s*\/\/+ end=+$+ keepend contains=javaScriptCommentTodo,@Spell fold
+syntax region javaScriptCvsTag start="\$\cid:" end="\$" oneline contained
+syntax region javaScriptComment start="/\*" end="\*/" contains=javaScriptCommentTodo,javaScriptCvsTag,@Spell fold
+
+"" JSDoc support start
+if !exists("javascript_ignore_javaScriptdoc")
+ syntax case ignore
+
+ "" syntax coloring for javadoc comments (HTML)
+ "syntax include @javaHtml <sfile>:p:h/html.vim
+ "unlet b:current_syntax
+
+ syntax region javaScriptDocComment matchgroup=javaScriptComment start="/\*\*\s*$" end="\*/" contains=javaScriptDocTags,javaScriptCommentTodo,javaScriptCvsTag,@javaScriptHtml,@Spell fold
+ syntax match javaScriptDocTags contained "@\(param\|argument\|requires\|exception\|throws\|type\|class\|extends\|see\|link\|member\|module\|method\|title\|namespace\|optional\|default\|base\|file\)\>" nextgroup=javaScriptDocParam,javaScriptDocSeeTag skipwhite
+ syntax match javaScriptDocTags contained "@\(beta\|deprecated\|description\|fileoverview\|author\|license\|version\|returns\=\|constructor\|private\|protected\|final\|ignore\|addon\|exec\)\>"
+ syntax match javaScriptDocParam contained "\%(#\|\w\|\.\|:\|\/\)\+"
+ syntax region javaScriptDocSeeTag contained matchgroup=javaScriptDocSeeTag start="{" end="}" contains=javaScriptDocTags
+
+ syntax case match
+endif "" JSDoc end
+
+syntax case match
+
+"" Syntax in the JavaScript code
+syntax match javaScriptSpecial "\\\d\d\d\|\\x\x\{2\}\|\\u\x\{4\}\|\\."
+syntax region javaScriptStringD start=+"+ skip=+\\\\\|\\$"+ end=+"+ contains=javaScriptSpecial,@htmlPreproc
+syntax region javaScriptStringS start=+'+ skip=+\\\\\|\\$'+ end=+'+ contains=javaScriptSpecial,@htmlPreproc
+syntax region javaScriptRegexpString start=+/\(\*\|/\)\@!+ skip=+\\\\\|\\/+ end=+/[gim]\{,3}+ contains=javaScriptSpecial,@htmlPreproc oneline
+syntax match javaScriptNumber /\<-\=\d\+L\=\>\|\<0[xX]\x\+\>/
+syntax match javaScriptFloat /\<-\=\%(\d\+\.\d\+\|\d\+\.\|\.\d\+\)\%([eE][+-]\=\d\+\)\=\>/
+syntax match javaScriptLabel /\(?\s*\)\@<!\<\w\+\(\s*:\)\@=/
+
+"" JavaScript Prototype
+syntax keyword javaScriptPrototype prototype
+
+"" Programm Keywords
+syntax keyword javaScriptSource import export
+syntax keyword javaScriptType const this undefined var void yield
+syntax keyword javaScriptOperator delete new in instanceof let typeof
+syntax keyword javaScriptBoolean true false
+syntax keyword javaScriptNull null
+
+"" Statement Keywords
+syntax keyword javaScriptConditional if else
+syntax keyword javaScriptRepeat do while for
+syntax keyword javaScriptBranch break continue switch case default return
+syntax keyword javaScriptStatement try catch throw with finally
+
+syntax keyword javaScriptGlobalObjects Array Boolean Date Function Infinity JavaArray JavaClass JavaObject JavaPackage Math Number NaN Object Packages RegExp String Undefined java netscape sun
+
+syntax keyword javaScriptExceptions Error EvalError RangeError ReferenceError SyntaxError TypeError URIError
+
+syntax keyword javaScriptFutureKeys abstract enum int short boolean export interface static byte extends long super char final native synchronized class float package throws const goto private transient debugger implements protected volatile double import public
+
+"" DOM/HTML/CSS specified things
+
+ " DOM2 Objects
+ syntax keyword javaScriptGlobalObjects DOMImplementation DocumentFragment Document Node NodeList NamedNodeMap CharacterData Attr Element Text Comment CDATASection DocumentType Notation Entity EntityReference ProcessingInstruction
+ syntax keyword javaScriptExceptions DOMException
+
+ " DOM2 CONSTANT
+ syntax keyword javaScriptDomErrNo INDEX_SIZE_ERR DOMSTRING_SIZE_ERR HIERARCHY_REQUEST_ERR WRONG_DOCUMENT_ERR INVALID_CHARACTER_ERR NO_DATA_ALLOWED_ERR NO_MODIFICATION_ALLOWED_ERR NOT_FOUND_ERR NOT_SUPPORTED_ERR INUSE_ATTRIBUTE_ERR INVALID_STATE_ERR SYNTAX_ERR INVALID_MODIFICATION_ERR NAMESPACE_ERR INVALID_ACCESS_ERR
+ syntax keyword javaScriptDomNodeConsts ELEMENT_NODE ATTRIBUTE_NODE TEXT_NODE CDATA_SECTION_NODE ENTITY_REFERENCE_NODE ENTITY_NODE PROCESSING_INSTRUCTION_NODE COMMENT_NODE DOCUMENT_NODE DOCUMENT_TYPE_NODE DOCUMENT_FRAGMENT_NODE NOTATION_NODE
+
+ " HTML events and internal variables
+ syntax case ignore
+ syntax keyword javaScriptHtmlEvents onblur onclick oncontextmenu ondblclick onfocus onkeydown onkeypress onkeyup onmousedown onmousemove onmouseout onmouseover onmouseup onresize
+ syntax case match
+
+" Follow stuff should be highligh within a special context
+" While it can't be handled with context depended with Regex based highlight
+" So, turn it off by default
+if exists("javascript_enable_domhtmlcss")
+
+ " DOM2 things
+ syntax match javaScriptDomElemAttrs contained /\%(nodeName\|nodeValue\|nodeType\|parentNode\|childNodes\|firstChild\|lastChild\|previousSibling\|nextSibling\|attributes\|ownerDocument\|namespaceURI\|prefix\|localName\|tagName\)\>/
+ syntax match javaScriptDomElemFuncs contained /\%(insertBefore\|replaceChild\|removeChild\|appendChild\|hasChildNodes\|cloneNode\|normalize\|isSupported\|hasAttributes\|getAttribute\|setAttribute\|removeAttribute\|getAttributeNode\|setAttributeNode\|removeAttributeNode\|getElementsByTagName\|getAttributeNS\|setAttributeNS\|removeAttributeNS\|getAttributeNodeNS\|setAttributeNodeNS\|getElementsByTagNameNS\|hasAttribute\|hasAttributeNS\)\>/ nextgroup=javaScriptParen skipwhite
+ " HTML things
+ syntax match javaScriptHtmlElemAttrs contained /\%(className\|clientHeight\|clientLeft\|clientTop\|clientWidth\|dir\|id\|innerHTML\|lang\|length\|offsetHeight\|offsetLeft\|offsetParent\|offsetTop\|offsetWidth\|scrollHeight\|scrollLeft\|scrollTop\|scrollWidth\|style\|tabIndex\|title\)\>/
+ syntax match javaScriptHtmlElemFuncs contained /\%(blur\|click\|focus\|scrollIntoView\|addEventListener\|dispatchEvent\|removeEventListener\|item\)\>/ nextgroup=javaScriptParen skipwhite
+
+ " CSS Styles in JavaScript
+ syntax keyword javaScriptCssStyles contained color font fontFamily fontSize fontSizeAdjust fontStretch fontStyle fontVariant fontWeight letterSpacing lineBreak lineHeight quotes rubyAlign rubyOverhang rubyPosition
+ syntax keyword javaScriptCssStyles contained textAlign textAlignLast textAutospace textDecoration textIndent textJustify textJustifyTrim textKashidaSpace textOverflowW6 textShadow textTransform textUnderlinePosition
+ syntax keyword javaScriptCssStyles contained unicodeBidi whiteSpace wordBreak wordSpacing wordWrap writingMode
+ syntax keyword javaScriptCssStyles contained bottom height left position right top width zIndex
+ syntax keyword javaScriptCssStyles contained border borderBottom borderLeft borderRight borderTop borderBottomColor borderLeftColor borderTopColor borderBottomStyle borderLeftStyle borderRightStyle borderTopStyle borderBottomWidth borderLeftWidth borderRightWidth borderTopWidth borderColor borderStyle borderWidth borderCollapse borderSpacing captionSide emptyCells tableLayout
+ syntax keyword javaScriptCssStyles contained margin marginBottom marginLeft marginRight marginTop outline outlineColor outlineStyle outlineWidth padding paddingBottom paddingLeft paddingRight paddingTop
+ syntax keyword javaScriptCssStyles contained listStyle listStyleImage listStylePosition listStyleType
+ syntax keyword javaScriptCssStyles contained background backgroundAttachment backgroundColor backgroundImage gackgroundPosition backgroundPositionX backgroundPositionY backgroundRepeat
+ syntax keyword javaScriptCssStyles contained clear clip clipBottom clipLeft clipRight clipTop content counterIncrement counterReset cssFloat cursor direction display filter layoutGrid layoutGridChar layoutGridLine layoutGridMode layoutGridType
+ syntax keyword javaScriptCssStyles contained marks maxHeight maxWidth minHeight minWidth opacity MozOpacity overflow overflowX overflowY verticalAlign visibility zoom cssText
+ syntax keyword javaScriptCssStyles contained scrollbar3dLightColor scrollbarArrowColor scrollbarBaseColor scrollbarDarkShadowColor scrollbarFaceColor scrollbarHighlightColor scrollbarShadowColor scrollbarTrackColor
+
+ " Highlight ways
+ syntax match javaScriptDotNotation "\." nextgroup=javaScriptPrototype,javaScriptDomElemAttrs,javaScriptDomElemFuncs,javaScriptHtmlElemAttrs,javaScriptHtmlElemFuncs
+ syntax match javaScriptDotNotation "\.style\." nextgroup=javaScriptCssStyles
+
+endif "DOM/HTML/CSS
+
+"" end DOM/HTML/CSS specified things
+
+
+"" Code blocks
+syntax cluster javaScriptAll contains=javaScriptComment,javaScriptLineComment,javaScriptDocComment,javaScriptStringD,javaScriptStringS,javaScriptRegexpString,javaScriptNumber,javaScriptFloat,javaScriptLabel,javaScriptSource,javaScriptType,javaScriptOperator,javaScriptBoolean,javaScriptNull,javaScriptFunction,javaScriptConditional,javaScriptRepeat,javaScriptBranch,javaScriptStatement,javaScriptGlobalObjects,javaScriptExceptions,javaScriptFutureKeys,javaScriptDomErrNo,javaScriptDomNodeConsts,javaScriptHtmlEvents,javaScriptDotNotation
+syntax region javaScriptBracket matchgroup=javaScriptBracket transparent start="\[" end="\]" contains=@javaScriptAll,javaScriptParensErrB,javaScriptParensErrC,javaScriptBracket,javaScriptParen,javaScriptBlock,@htmlPreproc
+syntax region javaScriptParen matchgroup=javaScriptParen transparent start="(" end=")" contains=@javaScriptAll,javaScriptParensErrA,javaScriptParensErrC,javaScriptParen,javaScriptBracket,javaScriptBlock,@htmlPreproc
+syntax region javaScriptBlock matchgroup=javaScriptBlock transparent start="{" end="}" contains=@javaScriptAll,javaScriptParensErrA,javaScriptParensErrB,javaScriptParen,javaScriptBracket,javaScriptBlock,@htmlPreproc
+
+"" catch errors caused by wrong parenthesis
+syntax match javaScriptParensError ")\|}\|\]"
+syntax match javaScriptParensErrA contained "\]"
+syntax match javaScriptParensErrB contained ")"
+syntax match javaScriptParensErrC contained "}"
+
+if main_syntax == "javascript"
+ syntax sync clear
+ syntax sync ccomment javaScriptComment minlines=200
+ syntax sync match javaScriptHighlight grouphere javaScriptBlock /{/
+endif
+
+"" Fold control
+if exists("b:javascript_fold")
+ syntax match javaScriptFunction /\<function\>/ nextgroup=javaScriptFuncName skipwhite
+ syntax match javaScriptOpAssign /=\@<!=/ nextgroup=javaScriptFuncBlock skipwhite skipempty
+ syntax region javaScriptFuncName contained matchgroup=javaScriptFuncName start=/\%(\$\|\w\)*\s*(/ end=/)/ contains=javaScriptLineComment,javaScriptComment nextgroup=javaScriptFuncBlock skipwhite skipempty
+ syntax region javaScriptFuncBlock contained matchgroup=javaScriptFuncBlock start="{" end="}" contains=@javaScriptAll,javaScriptParensErrA,javaScriptParensErrB,javaScriptParen,javaScriptBracket,javaScriptBlock fold
+
+ if &l:filetype=='javascript' && !&diff
+ " Fold setting
+ " Redefine the foldtext (to show a JS function outline) and foldlevel
+ " only if the entire buffer is JavaScript, but not if JavaScript syntax
+ " is embedded in another syntax (e.g. HTML).
+ setlocal foldmethod=syntax
+ setlocal foldlevel=4
+ endif
+else
+ syntax keyword javaScriptFunction function
+ setlocal foldmethod<
+ setlocal foldlevel<
+endif
+
+" Define the default highlighting.
+" For version 5.7 and earlier: only when not done already
+" For version 5.8 and later: only when an item doesn't have highlighting yet
+if version >= 508 || !exists("did_javascript_syn_inits")
+ if version < 508
+ let did_javascript_syn_inits = 1
+ command -nargs=+ HiLink hi link <args>
+ else
+ command -nargs=+ HiLink hi def link <args>
+ endif
+ HiLink javaScriptComment Comment
+ HiLink javaScriptLineComment Comment
+ HiLink javaScriptDocComment Comment
+ HiLink javaScriptCommentTodo Todo
+ HiLink javaScriptCvsTag Function
+ HiLink javaScriptDocTags Special
+ HiLink javaScriptDocSeeTag Function
+ HiLink javaScriptDocParam Function
+ HiLink javaScriptStringS String
+ HiLink javaScriptStringD String
+ HiLink javaScriptRegexpString String
+ HiLink javaScriptCharacter Character
+ HiLink javaScriptPrototype Type
+ HiLink javaScriptConditional Conditional
+ HiLink javaScriptBranch Conditional
+ HiLink javaScriptRepeat Repeat
+ HiLink javaScriptStatement Statement
+ HiLink javaScriptFunction Function
+ HiLink javaScriptError Error
+ HiLink javaScriptParensError Error
+ HiLink javaScriptParensErrA Error
+ HiLink javaScriptParensErrB Error
+ HiLink javaScriptParensErrC Error
+ HiLink javaScriptOperator Operator
+ HiLink javaScriptType Type
+ HiLink javaScriptNull Type
+ HiLink javaScriptNumber Number
+ HiLink javaScriptFloat Number
+ HiLink javaScriptBoolean Boolean
+ HiLink javaScriptLabel Label
+ HiLink javaScriptSpecial Special
+ HiLink javaScriptSource Special
+ HiLink javaScriptGlobalObjects Special
+ HiLink javaScriptExceptions Special
+
+ HiLink javaScriptDomErrNo Constant
+ HiLink javaScriptDomNodeConsts Constant
+ HiLink javaScriptDomElemAttrs Label
+ HiLink javaScriptDomElemFuncs PreProc
+
+ HiLink javaScriptHtmlEvents Special
+ HiLink javaScriptHtmlElemAttrs Label
+ HiLink javaScriptHtmlElemFuncs PreProc
+
+ HiLink javaScriptCssStyles Label
+
+ delcommand HiLink
+endif
+
+" Define the htmlJavaScript for HTML syntax html.vim
+"syntax clear htmlJavaScript
+"syntax clear javaScriptExpression
+syntax cluster htmlJavaScript contains=@javaScriptAll,javaScriptBracket,javaScriptParen,javaScriptBlock,javaScriptParenError
+syntax cluster javaScriptExpression contains=@javaScriptAll,javaScriptBracket,javaScriptParen,javaScriptBlock,javaScriptParenError,@htmlPreproc
+
+let b:current_syntax = "javascript"
+if main_syntax == 'javascript'
+ unlet main_syntax
+endif
+
+" vim: ts=4

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