Etherpad Client for VIMhttps://i.imgur.com/SAqsy1F.gif)
Click me for a demo video of good quality](http://m0g.net/vim-etherpad/)
As is, the plugin is only a Proof-of-Concept, that is still not configurable and not fail-proof. It can get updates from the server, and generate/send changeset to the server, but that part is still pretty buggy. The Vim integration ready to be tested, though still in beta phase. It can happen that a typed change will revert.
Supports pad connection using
websocket flawlessly, but
xhr-polling is still beta (it may need several reconnections to work).
json-polling has been implemented, but does not still work. See SocketIO-client for more.
Vim needs to be compiled with the
python option enabled.
There's a dependency on the python library
pip install requests
To run the plugin for dev or testing, you can launch vim as follows:
vim -c 'source plugin/vim-etherpad.vim'
Configuration in .vimrc
" To connect to the pad at URI http://localhost:9001/p/test per default: let g:epad_host = "localhost" " Hostname to connect to let g:epad_port = "9001" " Port to connect to let g:epad_path = "p/" " URL Path to the pad let g:epad_pad = "test" " Name of the pad to connect to " GUI feel let g:epad_updatetime = 1000 " lower this for more realtime, higher this for less load " GUI look let g:epad_attributes = 0 " set to 1 to display attributes (works only with a font that) let g:epad_authors = 0 " set to 1 to display authors (works only in gui mode) " Enable verbosity let g:epad_verbose = 0 " set to 1 for INFO level, 2 for DEBUG level
To connect to a pad:
:Etherpad " connects to the default URI spec and default pad :Etherpad foo " connects to the 'foo' pad at default URI :Etherpad http://beta.etherpad.org/p/test " connects to that pad's URI :Etherpad https://pad.lqdn.fr/p/test " another one
To disconnect from a pad:
To pause (or resume) current pad connection:
To try sending an update (will fail, changeset building library is work in progress):
make some edits and then:
To toggle (or set) display of attributes:
:EtherpadShowAttributes " toggle attributes :EtherpadShowAttributes 0 " disable attributes :EtherpadShowAttributes 1 " show attributes
The same with authors:
:EtherpadShowAuthors " toggle authors :EtherpadShowAuthors 0 " disable authors :EtherpadShowAuthors 1 " show authors
though install is still not recommended, you can install it as a Vundle bundle:
All the plugin's code is under the GPLv3.