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__description__ This plugin configures Vim to be a little more efficient at editing XQuery...! It also sets up Exuberant Ctags for XQuery, since it's not one of the supported languages. ftplugin/xquery.vim: -Makes keys like gd and<C-]> and i_CTRL-p work better when editing XQuery files by temporarily adding the hyphen - to the 'iskeyword' option -Sets options useful when editing XQuery (like 'set comments') -Sets a few variables to make matchit.vim and taglist.vim work better with XQuery -Comment regions out via surround.vim by visually selecting an area, then pressing Sc xquerycomplete.vim: -Completes W3C XQuery 'fn' functions, types and keywords. -Also completes any MarkLogic functions I could find at... http://developer.marklogic.com/pubs/4.1/apidocs/All.html Examples: fn<CTRL-x><CTRL-o> -> list of functions in the 'fn' namespace fn:doc<CTRL-x><CTRL-o> -> fn:doc( fn:doc-available( fn:document-uri( xs<CTRL-x><CTRL-o> -> list of all xquery types decl<CTRL-x><CTRL-o> -> declare declare function declare namespace declare option declare default indent/xquery.vim: - Attempts to indent according to the 'XQuery Style Conventions' here: http://xqdoc.org/xquery-style.html - Typing out certain keywords (like for/let/where/order/return/else) will automatically indent to the correct location when typed out. - It can recognize complex FLOWR expressions. For example in the example below, if in insert mode, hitting enter after the first line will immediately align the cursor with the 'for'. Also, typing out the 'let' in the fourth line will immediately re-indent the line to align with the 'let' on the first line. let $foo := for $editor in $editors where not(contains($editor, "emacs")) return $editor let $bar := "bar" return $bar __install details__ 1. Copy ftplugin/xquery.vim to $HOME/.vim/ftplugin or $HOME/vimfiles/ftplugin or $VIM/vimfiles/ftplugin (and set 'filetype plugin on') 2. Copy autoload/xquerycomplete.vim to $HOME/.vim/autoload or $HOME/vimfiles/autoload or $VIM/vimfiles/autoload 3. Copy indent/xquery.vim to $HOME/.vim/indent/ or $HOME/vimfiles/indent or $VIM/vimfiles/indent (and set 'filetype indent on'). 4. Copy _ctags to $HOME/.ctags (or one of the alternatives at http://ctags.sourceforge.net/ctags.html#FILES) 5. Download Exuberant Ctags and put it on your path. Use 'ctags -R' to build a tags file for your XQuery source folder The steps are mostly optional, so if you don't want automatic indentation for instance, you can just skip step #3.