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Autoload, configurable mapping, and helptags #1

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UnrealQuester commented Apr 29, 2014

I figured you might be interested in this version. While it will probably change nothing for you, other might find the original plugin lacking and go look for forks on github just like I did.
The changes include moving big parts of the code to autoload/, adding a configurable mapping, and a help file.

Alexander Buddenbrock and others added some commits Mar 25, 2014

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Added include guard again
Now also checking if compatible has been set
Alexander Buddenbrock Alexander Buddenbrock
Made mapping configurable
The mapping is now called in autoload, which gives the user the chance
of changing the default textobjext mapping from 'a' to something else
Alexander Buddenbrock Alexander Buddenbrock
Put most of the stuff in autoload
The mappings would not work because I forgot to move the functions they
were referring to with them

@inkarkat inkarkat merged commit e1db3e8 into inkarkat:master Apr 29, 2014

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Thanks, good job! I'm always delighted to see open source work, even when the original contributor is inactive or went missing.

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inkarkat commented Apr 29, 2014

Thanks, good job! I'm always delighted to see open source work, even when the original contributor is inactive or went missing.

inkarkat pushed a commit that referenced this pull request Apr 30, 2014

Merge pull request #1 from inkarkat/master
Use canonical <Plug>-mappings.
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