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README.md

mustache and handlebars mode for vim

Note: This repo is deprecated, active development moved to mustache/vim-mode.

A vim plugin for working with mustache and handlebars templates. It has:

  • syntax highlighting
  • matchit support
  • mustache abbreviations (optional)
  • section movement mappings [[ and ]]

Install for pathogen

cd ~/.vim/
git submodule add git://github.com/mustache/vim-mode.git bundle/mustache
vim bundle/mustache/example.mustache

Get pathogen.

Manually Install

cd ~/.local/src
git clone git://github.com/mustache/vim-mode.git mustache.vim
cp -R mustache.vim/syntax/* ~/.vim/syntax/
cp -R mustache.vim/ftdetect/* ~/.vim/ftdetect/
cp -R mustache.vim/ftplugin/* ~/.vim/ftplugin/
vim mustache.vim/example.mustache

Mustache Abbreviations

You can activate mustache abbreviations by putting this line in your .vimrc: let g:mustache_abbreviations = 1

Now you get a set of convenient abbreviations. Underscore _ indicates where your cursor ends up after typing an abbreviation:

  • {{ => {{_}}

  • {{{ => {{{_}}}

  • {{! => {{!_}}

  • {{> => {{>_}}

  • {{< => {{<_}}

  • {{# produces

    {{# _}}
    {{/}}
    
  • {{if produces

    {{#if _}}
    {{/if}}
    
  • {{ife produces

    {{#if _}}
    {{else}}
    {{/if}}
    

Section movement mappings

Following the vim convention of jumping from section to section, [[ and ]] mappings are implemented for easier movement between mustache tags.

  • ]] jumps to the first following tag
  • [[ jumps to the first previous tag

Count with section movements is supported:

  • 2]] jumps to the second next tag

Maintainers

This is combined work from juvenn/mustache.vim and nono/vim-handlebars.


Thanks @5long for adding matchit support.

You're encouraged to propose ideas or have discussions via github issues.