Text outlining and task management for Vim based on Emacs’ Org-Mode (http://orgmode.org/).
The idea for this plugin was born by listening to the Floss Weekly podcast introducing Emacs Org-Mode (http://twit.tv/floss136). Org-Mode has a lot of strong features like folding, views (sparse tree) and scheduling of tasks. These are completed by hyperlinks, tags, todo states, priorities aso.
Vim-orgmode aims at providing the same functionality for Vim and for command line tools*.
*for command line tools and other programs a library named liborgmode is provided. It encapsulates all functionality for parsing and modifying Org-Mode files.
vim-orgmode is still very young but already quite usable. Here is a short list of the already supported features:
- Cycle visibility of headings
- Navigate between headings
- Edit the structure of the document: add, move, promote, denote headings and more
- Hyperlinks within vim-orgmode and outside (files, webpages, etc.)
- TODO list management
- Tags for headings
- Basic date handling
- Export (via emacs)
More features are coming…
Information about the license are found in the file LICENSE.
Installation and usage instructions are found in the file doc/orgguide.txt.