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*editorconfig.txt*
File: editorconfig.txt
Version: 0.3.3
Maintainer: EditorConfig Team <http://editorconfig.org>
Description: EditorConfig vim plugin
License:
Copyright (c) 2011-2015 EditorConfig Team
All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
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CONTENTS~
*editorconfig-contents*
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Overview |editorconfig-overview|
2. Installation |editorconfig-installation|
3. Commands |editorconfig-commands|
4. Settings |editorconfig-settings|
5. Advanced |editorconfig-advanced|
OVERVIEW~
*editorconfig-overview*
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This is the EditorConfig plugin for vim.
INSTALLATION~
*editorconfig-installation*
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Download the [EditorConfig core][] and follow the instructions in the README
and INSTALL files to install it.
Once EditorConfig core is installed, copy the `plugin/editorconfig.vim` file
to your `~/.vim/plugin` directory, `autoload/editorconfig.vim` to
`~/.vim/autoload` and `doc/editorconfig.txt` to your `~/.vim/doc` directory
to install the EditorConfig plugin.
COMMANDS~
*editorconfig-commands*
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
*:EditorConfigReload*
Command:
:EditorConfigReload
Reload the EditorConfig conf files. When `.editorconfig` files are modified,
this command could prevent you to reload the current edited file to load the
new configuration.
SETTINGS~
*editorconfig-settings*
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
*g:EditorConfig_core_mode*
Specify the mode of EditorConfig core. Generally it is OK to leave this option
empty. There are 3 modes currently: "external_command", "python_builtin",
"python_external".
python_builtin: Use the vim built-in python to run the python version
EditorConfig Core. In this mode, Python 2.5 or higher
is required.
python_external: Use an external python interpreter to run the python
version EditorConfig Core.
external_command: Run external EditorConfig Core.
If "g:EditorConfig_core_mode" is not specified, this plugin will automatically
choose a mode that could work for you. The checking sequence is:
python_builtin, external_command, python_external.
*g:EditorConfig_exclude_patterns*
This is a list contains file path patterns which will be ignored by
EditorConfig plugin. When the path of the opened buffer (i.e.
"expand('%:p')") matches any of the patterns in the list, EditorConfig will
not load for this file. The default is an empty list.
Example: Avoid loading EditorConfig for any remote files over ssh
>
let g:EditorConfig_exclude_patterns = ['scp://.*']
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*g:EditorConfig_exec_path*
The file path to the EditorConfig core executable. You could set this value in
your |vimrc| like this:
>
let g:EditorConfig_exec_path = 'Path to your EditorConfig Core executable'
<
The default value is empty.
This plugin will search through the following executables in order:
On UNIX:
the value of g:EditorConfig_exec_path
editorconfig
/usr/local/bin/editorconfig
/usr/bin/editorconfig
/opt/bin/editorconfig
/opt/editorconfig/bin/editorconfig
editorconfig.py
/usr/local/bin/editorconfig.py
/usr/bin/editorconfig.py
/opt/bin/editorconfig.py
/opt/editorconfig/bin/editorconfig.py
On Windows:
the value of g:EditorConfig_exec_path
editorconfig
C:\editorconfig\bin\editorconfig
D:\editorconfig\bin\editorconfig
E:\editorconfig\bin\editorconfig
F:\editorconfig\bin\editorconfig
C:\Program Files\editorconfig\bin\editorconfig
D:\Program Files\editorconfig\bin\editorconfig
E:\Program Files\editorconfig\bin\editorconfig
F:\Program Files\editorconfig\bin\editorconfig
editorconfig.py
*g:EditorConfig_max_line_indicator*
The way to show the line where the maximal length is reached. Accepted values
are "line", "fill", otherwise there will be no max line indicator.
"line": the right column of the max line length column will be
highlighted, made possible by setting 'colorcolumn' to
"max_line_length + 1".
"fill": all the columns to the right of the max line length column will be
highlighted, made possible by setting 'colorcolumn' to a list of
numbers starting from "max_line_length + 1" to the number of
columns on the screen.
"none": no max line length indicator will be shown. This is the
recommended value when you do not want any indicator to be shown,
but values other than "line" or "fill" would also work as "none".
To set this option, add any of the following 3 lines to your |vimrc| file:
>
let g:EditorConfig_max_line_indicator = "line"
let g:EditorConfig_max_line_indicator = "fill"
let g:EditorConfig_max_line_indicator = "none"
<
Default to "line".
*g:EditorConfig_python_files_dir*
If the EditorConfig core mode is python_builtin or python_external (see
|g:EditorConfig_core_mode|), this variable is the directory where the plugin
looks for the python scripts. This could either be an abosolute path, or a
path relative to any of the directories in 'runtimepath'. The default value is
"plugin/editorconfig-core-py", which means all "plugin/editorconfig-core-py"
directory in 'runtimepath' will be searched.
*g:EditorConfig_preserve_formatoptions*
Set this to 1 if you don't want your formatoptions modified when
max_line_length is set:
>
let g:EditorConfig_preserve_formatoptions = 1
<
This option defaults to 0.
*g:EditorConfig_verbose*
Set this to 1 if you want debug info printed:
>
let g:EditorConfig_verbose = 1
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ADVANCED~
*editorconfig-advanced*
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
*editorconfig-hook*
*EditorConfig#AddNewHook()*
While this plugin offers several builtin supported properties (as mentioned
here: https://github.com/editorconfig/editorconfig-vim#supported-properties),
we are also able to add our own hooks to support additional EditorConfig
properties, including those not in the EditorConfig standard. For example, we
are working on an Objective-C project, and all our "*.m" files should be
Objective-C source files. However, vim sometimes detect "*.m" files as MATLAB
source files, which causes incorrect syntax highlighting, code indentation,
etc. To solve the case, we could write the following code into the |vimrc|
file:
>
function! FiletypeHook(config)
if has_key(a:config, 'vim_filetype')
let &filetype = a:config['vim_filetype']
endif
return 0 " Return 0 to show no error happened
endfunction
call editorconfig#AddNewHook(function('FiletypeHook'))
<
And add the following code to your .editorconfig file:
>
[*.m]
vim_filetype = objc
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Then try to open an Objective-C file, you will find the |filetype| is set to
"objc".
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