vim-metarepeat provides an operator (like) mapping which runs dot repeat for every occurence matched by last pattern (@/) in range (specified by motion or textobject).
neovim-metarepeat is inspired by 'Occurrence modifier, preset-occurrence, persistence-selection' feature http://qiita.com/t9md/items/0bc7eaff726d099943eb#occurrence-modifier-preset-occurrence-persistence-selection
But it's not a port of these feature. In similar to vim-mode-plus terms, vim-metarepeat provides 'preset-operation-for-occurence' feature (it's just a operator + 'gn') and provides a way to apply the operation for each occurences in textobject.
This is 1st paragraph abc. 2nd abc also include abc abc abc. 3rd abc include abc abc abc This is 2nd paragraph abc. 2nd line also include text text text. 3rd abc include abc abc abc 4th abc
gg0/te<CR>(move to first
@/and move to
line, then pre-set
ggVjjjjg.(apply operation to first 5 lines)
jjg.Vj(skip 2nd line in 2nd paragrap and apply operation to the rest of lines)