This fork has the following (backwards compatible) fixes/improvements:
- Indent snippets when inserted
- Allow special characters as snippet names
- Autoload the plugin
- Installation instructions in README
- Avoid multiple loads of the plugin
It does not break compatibility with the [original vim-minisnip](https://github.com/KeyboardFire/vim-minisnip], only improves it.
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Minisnip allows you to quickly insert "templates" into files. Among all the other snippet plugins out there, the primary goal of minisnip is to be as minimal and lightweight as possible.
There is a deoplete source available here
Use your favourite plugin manager to install minisnip:
cd ~/.vim/bundle git clone git://github.com/joereynolds/vim-minisnip.git
To get started with minisnip, create a directory called
Then placing a file called
foo inside of it will create the
which you can access by typing
foo<Tab> in insert mode.
Filetype-aware snippets are also available. For example, a file called
_java_main will create a
main snippet only when
you to add ex. a
_c_main snippet and so on.
Here is a demo of the basic features of minisnip:
Here is another example that shows how arbitrary code can be executed from within a snippet, allowing dynamic snippets based on the file name or other conditions:
View the docs to learn the snippet syntax and options.
View the examples to see syntax examples.
Minisnip is licensed under MIT.