Intelligently reopen files at your last edit position. By default git, svn, and mercurial commit messages are ignored because you probably want to type a new message and not re-edit the previous one.
Advantages over the snippets that can be found around the net include:
- Maximizes Available Context
- Center the cursor vertically after restoring last edit position.
- Keep as much of the file on screen as possible when last edit position is at the end of the file.
- Commit messages automatically start beginning of the file. This is important because many version control systems re-use the same file for commit message editing.
- Opens folds if the last edit position is inside a fold.
You can configure what file types to ignore by setting g:lastplace_ignore in your vimrc. By default it is set to:
let g:lastplace_ignore = "gitcommit,gitrebase,svn,hgcommit"
Folds are automatically opened when jumping to the last edit position. If you do not like this behavior you can disable it by putting this in your vimrc:
let g:lastplace_open_folds = 0
Thanks to David Rabel's hard work, you can install vim-lastplace from debian-testing:
apt-get install vim-lastplace
You can also use pathogen.vim or other plugin managers to install and use vim-lastplace.
cd ~/.vim/bundle git clone git://github.com/dietsche/vim-lastplace.git
This plugin is complete and stable. Please do not be afraid to try it even if there is very little recent activity in this repository. If you do find a bug, please submit a pull request that fixes whatever problem you're having.
- Add g:lastplace_open_folds option.
- Point release for Debian packaging. Changes all http links to https. No code changes.
- A fix for files that are smaller than the current screen size (issue #8)
- A fix for files with modelines.
- Open folds if the last edited area is inside a closed fold.
- Add gitrebase filetype to the ignore list.
- Center the screen when restoring the cursor position.
- When at the end of a file, keep as much of it on screen as possible.
- Initial version.
- Author : Greg Dietsche
- Web Page: https://www.gregd.org/
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