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Commits on Mar 24, 2012
  1. Bump to 0.0.4

    committed Mar 24, 2012
Commits on Mar 31, 2010
  1. Use mduem

    committed Mar 31, 2010
Commits on Mar 28, 2010
  1. Don't complete unnecessary stuffs as branches

    In some cases, "git branch" and "git branch -r" output unnecessary
    stuffs such as "(no branch)", "origin/HEAD -> origin/master", etc.
    They were completed as branches, but it is wrong.  Fix this bug.
    committed May 12, 2009
  2. Remove "remotes/" prefix from completed branches

    "git branch -a" was used to list branches for completion.  But in its
    output, remote-tracking branches are prefixed with "remotes/".  The
    prefix is usually annoying.  Remove them from completed items.
    committed May 12, 2009
  3. vim: metarw-git: Fix wrong function to escape path

    Fix improper function callings to escape.
    fnameescape() is for file-like arguments to Ex commands, while
    shellescape() is for file-like arguments to shells.
    Here shellescape() must be used, not fnameescape().
    committed May 5, 2009
  4. vim: Rename documents

    committed Sep 28, 2008
  5. vim: metarw-git: Mark as 0.0.1

    committed Aug 10, 2008
  6. vim: metarw: Change the API on metarw#{scheme}#complete()

    - metarw#{scheme}#complete() just completes candidates and it dosn't filter
      candidates.  Filtering is delegated to callers.
    
    - Change return value of metarw#{scheme}#complete().  Now it returns a list
      with 3 items.  Additional values are used to filter by callers.
    committed Aug 8, 2008
  7. vim: metarw: Change the API - revise return values

    - Use a string for the first item in a return value of metarw#{scheme}#read()
      and metarw#{scheme}#write() to be easily extensible.
    committed Aug 8, 2008
  8. vim: metarw: Change the API - do :read by metarw

    - metarw#{scheme}#read() and metarw#{scheme}#write() return a list with two
      items.  The first item indicates whether a function succeeds or not.
    
    - metarw#{scheme}#read() returns a string which will be given to :read instead
      of doing :read in the functions.  This change is to avoid code duplication
      on :read.
    committed Aug 8, 2008
  9. vim: metarw: Change the scheme script API - add a:suffix

    - Add a:suffix for metarw#{scheme}#read() and metarw#{scheme}#write().
    - Change the value of a:fakepath - now its value is a given fakepath without
      a suffix.
    - Update git scheme script for this change.
    committed Aug 2, 2008
  10. vim: metarw: Revise "buffer_name" as "buffer_name_suffix"

    - Rename "buffer_name" in return value of metarw#{scheme}#read() as
      "buffer_name_suffix".
    - The name of a buffer will be calculated as follows:
      "original_buffer_name (buffer_name_suffix)"
    - Update git scheme script for this change.
    committed Aug 1, 2008
  11. vim: metarw: doc: Fix a typo

    committed Jul 31, 2008
  12. vim: metarw: Change return value for content browser buffer

    Change return value from metarw#{scheme}#read() to set up content browser
    buffer - a dictionary instead of a list.  This change is for further work to
    give more information to metarw from {scheme}.
    committed Jul 31, 2008
  13. vim: metarw: git: Update the document

    - Fix minor misspellings.
    - Add a sample fakepath in INTRODUCTION.
    - Add a missing blank line below the title of NOTATIONS.
    - Add a missing description of "git:{commit-ish}:{tree}/".
    committed Jul 30, 2008