SCVim (3.5 QT)
A vim plugin for supercollider.
This is based of the original scvim by Alex Norman (see: http://www.x37v.info/scvim/).
- Syntax Highlighting
- A faked REPL via the terminal
- Code Navigation (jump to definitions) via a global tags file "~/.sctags"
- Auto-Completion of known words via tag completion
- Launch the SuperCollider QT Help System
- SnipMate integration
If you have been using this plugin before check the keycommand deprecation notice and get used to the new commands which are more in line with vim standards.
It is highly recommended to use pathogen (https://github.com/tpope/vim-pathogen) to keep your .vim paths clean. See the supplied helpfile how to setup pathogen if you haven't used it before.
Make sure the folder is named 'scvim' and drop it into your "bundle" folder, e.g. "~/.vim/bundle/scvim".
Or just do:
git clone git://github.com/sbl/scvim.git ~/.vim/bundle/scvim
Symlink SCVim.sc somewhere, where SuperCollider can find it. On a mac that would be:
ln -s ~/.vim/bundle/scvim/sc/SCVim.sc ~/Library/Application\
And on a common supercollider debian/ubuntu installation:
ln -s ~/.vim/bundle/scvim/sc/SCVim.sc /usr/share/SuperCollider/Extensions/SCVim.sc
Make sure you are using QT as your main GUI by adding
GUI.qt; to you
The rest should work automatically for mac users.
In Linux and other unix systems the vim variable
g:sclangTerm should be
set in your
.vimrc file to let the plugin know which terminal application
should it use for launching sclang. Please, read on the next section for more
Path to the tags file
export SCVIM_TAGFILE=/your/path this defaults to "~/.sctags"
Configurable VIM variables:
The following variables are available for configuration in your
g:sclangTerm: Command to open a terminal window. Defaults to
"open -a Terminal.app".
g:sclangPipeApp: Absolute path to the plugin start_pipe script. Defaults to
"~/.vim/bundle/scvim/bin/start_pipe". Change it if you have installed the plugin in other location.
g:sclangDispatcher: Absolute path to the plugin sc_dispatcher script. Defaults to
"~/.vim/bundle/scvim/bin/sc_dispatcher". Change it if you have installed the plugin in other location.
.vimrc line for debian/ubuntu users:
let g:sclangTerm = "gnome-terminal -x $SHELL -ic"
If for some reason vim can't find the path to the two launch scripts start_pipe and sc_dispatcher you can set them manually in your .vimrc:
let g:sclangPipeApp = "~/.vim/bundle/scvim/bin/start_pipe" let g:sclangDispatcher = "~/.vim/bundle/scvim/bin/sc_dispatcher"
To start open a file with the right extension :e foo.sc(d)
:SClangStart and a terminal should open with a running sclang session.
See the commands reference for general usage.
:SCTags from vim or
SCVim.generateTagsFile() from sclang
This gives you a couple of things:
- You can jump to any known class or method
- You get tags completion with ctrl-x ctrl-] (use the vim supertab plugin if this is too bothersome to type)
:SClangKillwhat it says
in insert mode
<C-Tab>shows the method args for the current method (if found)
in normal mode:
<leader>skrecompiles the sc library
Kon a word opens the corresponding helpfile inside the supercollider help
^]jumps to a tagfile (this works for classes only so far but will be extended)
in normal/insert mode:
F5to execute a block of code scvim will attempt to find the outermost bracket
F6to execute the current line of code
F12is a hard stop
The following are DEPRECATED (they only work with macvim anyways) and will be removed with the next revision. Use the tags file for a general workflow.
<leader>sjon a word opens the class file
<leader>sion a word opens the implementations of ...
<leader>sron a word opens the references to ...
<leader>sdon a word opens the corresponding helpfile inside the supercollider help
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.