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translit.vim ============ Author: Einar Lielmanis <email@example.com> Home: http://github.com/einars/translit.vim About ----- This plugin allows you to write texts in transliterated russian (or any other language you'll write a definition for). That means, you write "Cheburashka" and it gets automagically converted to "Чебурашка", or write "Ellada" and it converts to "Ελλαδα" This plugin is loosely based on russian_plansliterated.vim plugin by Krzystof Goj (http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=2401) and was used as my playground for learning vimscript. Configuration ------------- g:translit_cursor_bg <color> Cursor color for gvim when in the transliteration mode. Default = red. g:translit_map "translit.ru" Sets the initial keyboard mapping scheme. Currently "translit.ru", "PLanslit" and "greek" are supported. g:translit_toggle_keymap "<C-T>" Default keybinding to toggle translit mode, Ctrl-Shift-t. Set up multiple transliteration maps in .vimrc, for example: inoremap <C-G> <C-r>=Translit('greek')<cr> nnoremap <C-G> :exec Translit('greek')<cr> Basic Usage ----------- Drop plugin under ~/.vim/plugins and switch translit mode on/off with Ctrl-Shift-t. Custom Translit Maps -------------------- use TranslitAddMap(name, table) to set up your own translit mode. The mapping is in format "key1:result1, key2:result2", whitespace is stripped.