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" File: mru.vim
" Author: Yegappan Lakshmanan (yegappan AT yahoo DOT com)
" Version: 3.8.1
" Last Modified: March 9, 2014
" Copyright: Copyright (C) 2003-2014 Yegappan Lakshmanan
" License: Permission is hereby granted to use and distribute this code,
" with or without modifications, provided that this copyright
" notice is copied with it. Like anything else that's free,
" mru.vim is provided *as is* and comes with no warranty of any
" kind, either expressed or implied. In no event will the copyright
" holder be liable for any damages resulting from the use of this
" software.
"
" Overview
" --------
" The Most Recently Used (MRU) plugin provides an easy access to a list of
" recently opened/edited files in Vim. This plugin automatically stores the
" file names as you open/edit them in Vim.
"
" This plugin will work on all the platforms where Vim is supported. This
" plugin will work in both console and GUI Vim. This version of the MRU
" plugin needs Vim 7.0 and above. If you are using an earlier version of
" Vim, then you should use an older version of the MRU plugin.
"
" The recently used filenames are stored in a file specified by the Vim
" MRU_File variable.
"
" The Github repository for the MRU plugin is available at:
"
" http://github.com/yegappan/mru
"
" Installation
" ------------
" 1. Copy the mru.vim file to one of the following directories:
" $HOME/.vim/plugin - Unix like systems
" $HOME/vimfiles/plugin - MS-Windows
" $VIM:vimfiles:plugin - Macintosh
" $VIM/vimfiles/plugin - All
" 2. Restart Vim.
" 3. You can use the ":MRU" command to list and edit the recently used files.
" In GUI Vim, you can use the 'File->Recent Files' menu to access the
" recently used files.
"
" To uninstall this plugin, remove this file (mru.vim) from the
" $HOME/.vim/plugin or $HOME/vimfiles/plugin or the $VIM/vimfile/plugin
" directory.
"
" Usage
" -----
" To list and edit files from the MRU list, you can use the ":MRU" command.
" The ":MRU" command displays the MRU file list in a temporary Vim window. If
" the MRU window is already opened, then the MRU list displayed in the window
" is refreshed.
"
" If you are using GUI Vim, then the names of the recently edited files are
" added to the "File->Recent Files" menu. You can select the name of a file
" from this sub-menu to edit the file.
"
" You can use the normal Vim commands to move around in the MRU window. You
" cannot make changes in the MRU window.
"
" You can select a file name to edit by pressing the <Enter> key or by double
" clicking the left mouse button on a file name. The selected file will be
" opened. If the file is already opened in a window, the cursor will be moved
" to that window. Otherwise, the file is opened in the previous window. If the
" previous window has a modified buffer or is the preview window or is used by
" some other plugin, then the file is opened in a new window.
"
" You can press the 'o' key to open the file name under the cursor in the
" MRU window in a new window. You can also press <Shift-Enter> instead of 'o'
" to open the file in a new window.
"
" To open a file from the MRU window in read-only mode (view), press the 'v'
" key.
"
" To open a file from the MRU window in a new tab, press the 't' key. If the
" file is already opened in a window in the current or in another tab, then
" the cursor is moved to that tab. Otherwise, a new tab is opened.
"
" You can open multiple files from the MRU window by specifying a count before
" pressing '<Enter>' or 'v' or 'o' or 't'. You can also visually (using
" linewise visual mode) select multiple filenames and invoke the commands to
" open the files. Each selected file will be opened in a separate window or
" tab.
"
" You can press the 'u' key in the MRU window to update the file list. This is
" useful if you keep the MRU window open always.
"
" You can close the MRU window by pressing the 'q' key or the <Esc> key or
" using one of the Vim window commands.
"
" To display only files matching a pattern from the MRU list in the MRU
" window, you can specify a pattern to the ":MRU" command. For example, to
" display only file names matching "vim" in them, you can use the following
" command ":MRU vim". When you specify a partial file name and only one
" matching filename is found, then the ":MRU" command will edit that file.
"
" The ":MRU" command supports command-line completion of file names from
" the MRU list. You can enter a partial file name and then press <Tab>
" or <Ctrl-D> to complete or list all the matching file names. Note that
" after typing the ":MRU" command, you have to enter a space before completing
" the file names with <Tab>.
"
" When a file supplied to the ":MRU" command is not present in the MRU list,
" but it is a readable file, then the file will be opened (even though it is
" not present in the MRU list). This is useful if you want to open a file
" present in the same directory as a file in the MRU list. You can use the
" command-line completion of the ":MRU" command to complete the full path of a
" file and then modify the path to open another file present in the same path.
"
" Whenever the MRU list changes, the MRU file is updated with the latest MRU
" list. When you have multiple instances of Vim running at the same time, the
" latest MRU list will show up in all the instances of Vim.
"
" The MRUFilename syntax group is used to highlight the file names in the MRU
" window. By default, this syntax group is linked to the Identifier highlight
" group. You can change the highlight group by adding the following line in
" your .vimrc:
"
" highlight link MRUFileName LineNr
"
" The MRU buffer uses the 'mru file type. You can use this file type to add
" custom auto commands, syntax highlighting, etc.
"
" Configuration
" -------------
" By changing the following variables you can configure the behavior of this
" plugin. Set the following variables in your .vimrc file using the 'let'
" command.
"
" The list of recently edited file names is stored in the file specified by the
" MRU_File variable. The default setting for this variable is
" $HOME/.vim_mru_files for Unix-like systems and $USERPROFILE/_vim_mru_files
" for MS-Windows systems. You can change this variable to point to a file by
" adding the following line to the .vimrc file:
"
" let MRU_File = 'd:\myhome\_vim_mru_files'
"
" By default, the plugin will remember the names of the last 100 used files.
" As you edit more files, old file names will be removed from the MRU list.
" You can set the 'MRU_Max_Entries' variable to remember more file names. For
" example, to remember 1000 most recently used file names, you can use
"
" let MRU_Max_Entries = 1000
"
" By default, all the edited file names will be added to the MRU list. If you
" want to exclude file names matching a list of patterns, you can set the
" MRU_Exclude_Files variable to a list of Vim regular expressions. By default,
" this variable is set to an empty string. For example, to not include files
" in the temporary (/tmp, /var/tmp and d:\temp) directories, you can set the
" MRU_Exclude_Files variable to
"
" let MRU_Exclude_Files = '^/tmp/.*\|^/var/tmp/.*' " For Unix
" let MRU_Exclude_Files = '^c:\\temp\\.*' " For MS-Windows
"
" The specified pattern should be a Vim regular expression pattern.
"
" If you want to add only file names matching a set of patterns to the MRU
" list, then you can set the MRU_Include_Files variable. This variable should
" be set to a Vim regular expression pattern. For example, to add only .c and
" .h files to the MRU list, you can set this variable as below:
"
" let MRU_Include_Files = '\.c$\|\.h$'
"
" By default, MRU_Include_Files is set to an empty string and all the edited
" filenames are added to the MRU list.
"
" The default height of the MRU window is 8. You can set the MRU_Window_Height
" variable to change the window height.
"
" let MRU_Window_Height = 15
"
" By default, when the :MRU command is invoked, the MRU list will be displayed
" in a new window. Instead, if you want the MRU plugin to reuse the current
" window, then you can set the 'MRU_Use_Current_Window' variable to one.
"
" let MRU_Use_Current_Window = 1
"
" The MRU plugin will reuse the current window. When a file name is selected,
" the file is also opened in the current window.
"
" When you select a file from the MRU window, the MRU window will be
" automatically closed and the selected file will be opened in the previous
" window. You can set the 'MRU_Auto_Close' variable to zero to keep the MRU
" window open.
"
" let MRU_Auto_Close = 0
"
" If you don't use the "File->Recent Files" menu and want to disable it,
" then you can set the 'MRU_Add_Menu' variable to zero. By default, the
" menu is enabled.
"
" let MRU_Add_Menu = 0
"
" If too many file names are present in the MRU list, then updating the MRU
" menu to list all the file names makes Vim slow. To avoid this, the
" MRU_Max_Menu_Entries variable controls the number of file names to show in
" the MRU menu. By default, this is set to 10. You can change this to show
" more entries in the menu.
"
" let MRU_Max_Menu_Entries = 20
"
" If many file names are present in the MRU list, then the MRU menu is split
" into sub-menus. Each sub-menu contains MRU_Max_Submenu_Entries file names.
" The default setting for this is 10. You can change this to increase the
" number of file names displayed in a single sub-menu:
"
" let MRU_Max_Submenu_Entries = 15
"
" In the MRU window, the filenames are displayed in two parts. The first part
" contains the file name without the path and the second part contains the
" full path to the file in parenthesis. This format is controlled by the
" MRU_Filename_Format variable. If you prefer to change this to some other
" format, then you can modify the MRU_Filename_Format variable. For example,
" to display the full path without splitting it, you can set this variable
" as shown below:
"
" let MRU_Filename_Format =
" \ {'formatter':'v:val', 'parser':'.*', 'syntax': '[^/\\]\+$'}
"
" ****************** Do not modify after this line ************************
if exists('loaded_mru')
finish
endif
let loaded_mru=1
if v:version < 700
finish
endif
" Line continuation used here
let s:cpo_save = &cpo
set cpo&vim
" MRU configuration variables {{{1
" Maximum number of entries allowed in the MRU list
if !exists('MRU_Max_Entries')
let MRU_Max_Entries = 100
endif
" Files to exclude from the MRU list
if !exists('MRU_Exclude_Files')
let MRU_Exclude_Files = ''
endif
" Files to include in the MRU list
if !exists('MRU_Include_Files')
let MRU_Include_Files = ''
endif
" Height of the MRU window
" Default height is 8
if !exists('MRU_Window_Height')
let MRU_Window_Height = 8
endif
if !exists('MRU_Use_Current_Window')
let MRU_Use_Current_Window = 0
endif
if !exists('MRU_Auto_Close')
let MRU_Auto_Close = 1
endif
if !exists('MRU_File')
if has('unix') || has('macunix')
let MRU_File = $HOME . '/.vim_mru_files'
else
let MRU_File = $VIM . '/_vim_mru_files'
if has('win32')
" MS-Windows
if $USERPROFILE != ''
let MRU_File = $USERPROFILE . '\_vim_mru_files'
endif
endif
endif
else
let MRU_File = expand(MRU_File)
endif
" Option for enabling or disabling the MRU menu
if !exists('MRU_Add_Menu')
let MRU_Add_Menu = 1
endif
" Maximum number of file names to show in the MRU menu. If too many files are
" listed in the menu, then Vim becomes slow when updating the menu. So set
" this to a low value.
if !exists('MRU_Max_Menu_Entries')
let MRU_Max_Menu_Entries = 10
endif
" Maximum number of file names to show in a MRU sub-menu. If the MRU list
" contains more file names than this setting, then the MRU menu is split into
" one or more sub-menus.
if !exists('MRU_Max_Submenu_Entries')
let MRU_Max_Submenu_Entries = 10
endif
" When only a single matching filename is found in the MRU list, the following
" option controls whether the file name is displayed in the MRU window or the
" file is directly opened. When this variable is set to 0 and a single
" matching file name is found, then the file is directly opened.
if !exists('MRU_Window_Open_Always')
let MRU_Window_Open_Always = 0
endif
" When opening a file from the MRU list, the file is opened in the current
" tab. If the selected file has to be opened in a tab always, then set the
" following variable to 1. If the file is already opened in a tab, then the
" cursor will be moved to that tab.
if !exists('MRU_Open_File_Use_Tabs')
let MRU_Open_File_Use_Tabs = 0
endif
" Format of the file names displayed in the MRU window.
" The default is to display the filename followed by the complete path to the
" file in parenthesis. This variable controls the expressions used to format
" and parse the path. This can be changed to display the filenames in a
" different format. The 'formatter' specifies how to split/format the filename
" and 'parser' specifies how to read the filename back; 'syntax' matches the
" part to be highlighted.
if !exists('MRU_Filename_Format')
let MRU_Filename_Format = {
\ 'formatter': 'fnamemodify(v:val, ":t") . " (" . v:val . ")"',
\ 'parser': '(\zs.*\ze)',
\ 'syntax': '^.\{-}\ze('
\}
endif
" Control to temporarily lock the MRU list. Used to prevent files from
" getting added to the MRU list when the ':vimgrep' command is executed.
let s:mru_list_locked = 0
let s:last_pat = ''
" MRU_LoadList {{{1
" Loads the latest list of file names from the MRU file
function! s:MRU_LoadList()
" If the MRU file is present, then load the list of filenames. Otherwise
" start with an empty list.
if filereadable(g:MRU_File)
let s:MRU_files = readfile(g:MRU_File)
if s:MRU_files[0] =~# '^\s*" Most recently edited files in Vim'
" Generated by the previous version of the MRU plugin.
" Discard the list.
let s:MRU_files = []
elseif s:MRU_files[0] =~# '^#'
" Remove the comment line
call remove(s:MRU_files, 0)
else
" Unsupported format
let s:MRU_files = []
endif
else
let s:MRU_files = []
endif
" Refresh the MRU menu with the latest list of filenames
call s:MRU_Refresh_Menu()
endfunction
" MRU_SaveList {{{1
" Saves the MRU file names to the MRU file
function! s:MRU_SaveList()
let l = []
call add(l, '# Most recently edited files in Vim (version 3.0)')
call extend(l, s:MRU_files)
let tmp = g:MRU_File . '.tmp'
if exists('$SUDO_UID')
if writefile([], tmp) == 0
silent exe '!chown --reference=' . shellescape(g:MRU_File) tmp
if v:shell_error
call delete(tmp)
return
endif
else
return
endif
endif
if writefile(l, tmp) == 0
call rename(tmp, g:MRU_File)
endif
endfunction
" MRU_AddFile {{{1
" Adds a file to the MRU file list
" acmd_bufnr - Buffer number of the file to add
function! s:MRU_AddFile(acmd_bufnr)
if s:mru_list_locked
" MRU list is currently locked
return
endif
" Get the full path to the filename
let fname = fnamemodify(bufname(a:acmd_bufnr + 0), ':p')
if fname == ''
return
endif
" Skip temporary buffers with buftype set. The buftype is set for buffers
" used by plugins.
if &buftype != ''
return
endif
if g:MRU_Include_Files != ''
" If MRU_Include_Files is set, include only files matching the
" specified pattern
if fname !~# g:MRU_Include_Files
return
endif
endif
if g:MRU_Exclude_Files != ''
" Do not add files matching the pattern specified in the
" MRU_Exclude_Files to the MRU list
if fname =~# g:MRU_Exclude_Files
return
endif
endif
" If the filename is not already present in the MRU list and is not
" readable then ignore it
let idx = index(s:MRU_files, fname)
if idx == -1
if !filereadable(fname) && line('$') <= 1
" File is not readable and is not in the MRU list
return
endif
endif
" Load the latest MRU file list
call s:MRU_LoadList()
" Remove the new file name from the existing MRU list (if already present)
call filter(s:MRU_files, 'v:val !=# fname')
" Add the new file list to the beginning of the updated old file list
call insert(s:MRU_files, fname, 0)
" Trim the list
if len(s:MRU_files) > g:MRU_Max_Entries
call remove(s:MRU_files, g:MRU_Max_Entries, -1)
endif
" Save the updated MRU list
call s:MRU_SaveList()
" Refresh the MRU menu
call s:MRU_Refresh_Menu()
" If the MRU window is open, update the displayed MRU list
let bname = '__MRU_Files__'
let winnum = bufwinnr(bname)
if winnum != -1
let cur_winnr = winnr()
call s:MRU_Open_Window()
if winnr() != cur_winnr
exe cur_winnr . 'wincmd w'
endif
endif
endfunction
" MRU_escape_filename {{{1
" Escape special characters in a filename. Special characters in file names
" that should be escaped (for security reasons)
let s:esc_filename_chars = ' *?[{`$%#"|!<>();&' . "'\t\n"
function! s:MRU_escape_filename(fname)
if exists("*fnameescape")
return fnameescape(a:fname)
else
return escape(a:fname, s:esc_filename_chars)
endif
endfunction
" MRU_Edit_File {{{1
" Edit the specified file
" filename - Name of the file to edit
" sanitized - Specifies whether the filename is already escaped for special
" characters or not.
function! s:MRU_Edit_File(filename, sanitized)
if !a:sanitized
let esc_fname = s:MRU_escape_filename(a:filename)
else
let esc_fname = a:filename
endif
" If the user wants to always open the file in a tab, then open the file
" in a tab. If it is already opened in a tab, then the cursor will be
" moved to that tab.
if g:MRU_Open_File_Use_Tabs
call s:MRU_Open_File_In_Tab(a:filename, esc_fname)
return
endif
" If the file is already open in one of the windows, jump to it
let winnum = bufwinnr('^' . a:filename . '$')
if winnum != -1
if winnum != winnr()
exe winnum . 'wincmd w'
endif
else
if &modified || &buftype != '' || &previewwindow
" Current buffer has unsaved changes or is a special buffer or is
" the preview window. So open the file in a new window
exe 'split ' . esc_fname
else
exe 'edit ' . esc_fname
endif
endif
endfunction
" MRU_Open_File_In_Tab
" Open a file in a tab. If the file is already opened in a tab, jump to the
" tab. Otherwise, create a new tab and open the file.
" fname : Name of the file to open
" esc_fname : File name with special characters escaped
function! s:MRU_Open_File_In_Tab(fname, esc_fname)
" If the selected file is already open in the current tab or in
" another tab, jump to it. Otherwise open it in a new tab
if bufwinnr('^' . a:fname . '$') == -1
let tabnum = -1
let i = 1
let bnum = bufnr('^' . a:fname . '$')
while i <= tabpagenr('$')
if index(tabpagebuflist(i), bnum) != -1
let tabnum = i
break
endif
let i += 1
endwhile
if tabnum != -1
" Goto the tab containing the file
exe 'tabnext ' . i
else
" Open a new tab as the last tab page
exe '999tabnew ' . a:esc_fname
endif
endif
" Jump to the window containing the file
let winnum = bufwinnr('^' . a:fname . '$')
if winnum != winnr()
exe winnum . 'wincmd w'
endif
endfunction
" MRU_Window_Edit_File {{{1
" fname : Name of the file to edit. May specify single or multiple
" files.
" edit_type : Specifies how to edit the file. Can be one of 'edit' or 'view'.
" 'view' - Open the file as a read-only file
" 'edit' - Edit the file as a regular file
" multi : Specifies whether a single file or multiple files need to be
" opened.
" open_type : Specifies where to open the file.
" useopen - If the file is already present in a window, then
" jump to that window. Otherwise, open the file in
" the previous window.
" newwin_horiz - Open the file in a new horizontal window.
" newwin_vert - Open the file in a new vertical window.
" newtab - Open the file in a new tab. If the file is already
" opened in a tab, then jump to that tab.
" preview - Open the file in the preview window
function! s:MRU_Window_Edit_File(fname, multi, edit_type, open_type)
let esc_fname = s:MRU_escape_filename(a:fname)
if a:open_type ==# 'newwin_horiz'
" Edit the file in a new horizontally split window above the previous
" window
wincmd p
exe 'belowright new ' . esc_fname
elseif a:open_type ==# 'newwin_vert'
" Edit the file in a new vertically split window above the previous
" window
wincmd p
exe 'belowright vnew ' . esc_fname
elseif a:open_type ==# 'newtab' || g:MRU_Open_File_Use_Tabs
call s:MRU_Open_File_In_Tab(a:fname, esc_fname)
elseif a:open_type ==# 'preview'
" Edit the file in the preview window
exe 'topleft pedit ' . esc_fname
else
" If the selected file is already open in one of the windows,
" jump to it
let winnum = bufwinnr('^' . a:fname . '$')
if winnum != -1
exe winnum . 'wincmd w'
else
if g:MRU_Auto_Close == 1 && g:MRU_Use_Current_Window == 0
" Jump to the window from which the MRU window was opened
if exists('s:MRU_last_buffer')
let last_winnr = bufwinnr(s:MRU_last_buffer)
if last_winnr != -1 && last_winnr != winnr()
exe last_winnr . 'wincmd w'
endif
endif
else
if g:MRU_Use_Current_Window == 0
" Goto the previous window
" If MRU_Use_Current_Window is set to one, then the
" current window is used to open the file
wincmd p
endif
endif
let split_window = 0
if &modified || &previewwindow || a:multi
" Current buffer has unsaved changes or is the preview window
" or the user is opening multiple files
" So open the file in a new window
let split_window = 1
endif
if &buftype != ''
" Current buffer is a special buffer (maybe used by a plugin)
if g:MRU_Use_Current_Window == 0 ||
\ bufnr('%') != bufnr('__MRU_Files__')
let split_window = 1
endif
endif
" Edit the file
if split_window
" Current buffer has unsaved changes or is a special buffer or
" is the preview window. So open the file in a new window
if a:edit_type ==# 'edit'
exe 'split ' . esc_fname
else
exe 'sview ' . esc_fname
endif
else
if a:edit_type ==# 'edit'
exe 'edit ' . esc_fname
else
exe 'view ' . esc_fname
endif
endif
endif
endif
endfunction
" MRU_Select_File_Cmd {{{1
" Open a file selected from the MRU window
"
" 'opt' has two values separated by comma. The first value specifies how to
" edit the file and can be either 'edit' or 'view'. The second value
" specifies where to open the file. It can take one of the following values:
" 'useopen' to open file in the previous window
" 'newwin_horiz' to open the file in a new horizontal split window
" 'newwin_vert' to open the file in a new vertical split window.
" 'newtab' to open the file in a new tab.
" If multiple file names are selected using visual mode, then open multiple
" files (either in split windows or tabs)
function! s:MRU_Select_File_Cmd(opt) range
let [edit_type, open_type] = split(a:opt, ',')
let fnames = getline(a:firstline, a:lastline)
if g:MRU_Auto_Close == 1 && g:MRU_Use_Current_Window == 0
" Automatically close the window if the file window is
" not used to display the MRU list.
silent! close
endif
let multi = 0
for f in fnames
if f == ''
continue
endif
" The text in the MRU window contains the filename in parenthesis
let file = matchstr(f, g:MRU_Filename_Format.parser)
call s:MRU_Window_Edit_File(file, multi, edit_type, open_type)
if a:firstline != a:lastline
" Opening multiple files
let multi = 1
endif
endfor
endfunction
" MRU_Warn_Msg {{{1
" Display a warning message
function! s:MRU_Warn_Msg(msg)
echohl WarningMsg
echo a:msg
echohl None
endfunction
" MRU_Open_Window {{{1
" Display the Most Recently Used file list in a temporary window.
" If the optional argument is supplied, then it specifies the pattern of files
" to selectively display in the MRU window.
function! s:MRU_Open_Window(...)
" Load the latest MRU file list
call s:MRU_LoadList()
" Check for empty MRU list
if empty(s:MRU_files)
call s:MRU_Warn_Msg('MRU file list is empty')
return
endif
" Save the current buffer number. This is used later to open a file when a
" entry is selected from the MRU window. The window number is not saved,
" as the window number will change when new windows are opened.
let s:MRU_last_buffer = bufnr('%')
let bname = '__MRU_Files__'
" If the window is already open, jump to it
let winnum = bufwinnr(bname)
if winnum != -1
if winnr() != winnum
" If not already in the window, jump to it
exe winnum . 'wincmd w'
endif
" Delete the contents of the buffer to the black-hole register
setlocal modifiable
silent! %delete _
else
if g:MRU_Use_Current_Window
" Reuse the current window
"
" If the __MRU_Files__ buffer exists, then reuse it. Otherwise open
" a new buffer
let bufnum = bufnr(bname)
if bufnum == -1
let cmd = 'edit ' . bname
else
let cmd = 'buffer ' . bufnum
endif
exe cmd
if bufnr('%') != bufnr(bname)
" Failed to edit the MRU buffer
return
endif
else
" Open a new window at the bottom
" If the __MRU_Files__ buffer exists, then reuse it. Otherwise open
" a new buffer
let bufnum = bufnr(bname)
if bufnum == -1
let wcmd = bname
else
let wcmd = '+buffer' . bufnum
endif
exe 'silent! botright ' . g:MRU_Window_Height . 'split ' . wcmd
endif
endif
" Mark the buffer as scratch
setlocal buftype=nofile
setlocal bufhidden=delete
setlocal noswapfile
setlocal nowrap
setlocal nobuflisted
" Set the 'filetype' to 'mru'. This allows the user to apply custom
" syntax highlighting or other changes to the MRU bufer.
setlocal filetype=mru
" Use fixed height for the MRU window
setlocal winfixheight
" Setup the cpoptions properly for the maps to work
let old_cpoptions = &cpoptions
set cpoptions&vim
" Create mappings to select and edit a file from the MRU list
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> <CR>
\ :call <SID>MRU_Select_File_Cmd('edit,useopen')<CR>
vnoremap <buffer> <silent> <CR>
\ :call <SID>MRU_Select_File_Cmd('edit,useopen')<CR>
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> o
\ :call <SID>MRU_Select_File_Cmd('edit,newwin_horiz')<CR>
vnoremap <buffer> <silent> o
\ :call <SID>MRU_Select_File_Cmd('edit,newwin_horiz')<CR>
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> <S-CR>
\ :call <SID>MRU_Select_File_Cmd('edit,newwin_horiz')<CR>
vnoremap <buffer> <silent> <S-CR>
\ :call <SID>MRU_Select_File_Cmd('edit,newwin_horiz')<CR>
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> O
\ :call <SID>MRU_Select_File_Cmd('edit,newwin_vert')<CR>
vnoremap <buffer> <silent> O
\ :call <SID>MRU_Select_File_Cmd('edit,newwin_vert')<CR>
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> t
\ :call <SID>MRU_Select_File_Cmd('edit,newtab')<CR>
vnoremap <buffer> <silent> t
\ :call <SID>MRU_Select_File_Cmd('edit,newtab')<CR>
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> v
\ :call <SID>MRU_Select_File_Cmd('view,useopen')<CR>
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> p
\ :call <SID>MRU_Select_File_Cmd('view,preview')<CR>
vnoremap <buffer> <silent> p
\ :<C-u>if line("'<") == line("'>")<Bar>
\ call <SID>MRU_Select_File_Cmd('open,preview')<Bar>
\ else<Bar>
\ echoerr "Only a single file can be previewed"<Bar>
\ endif<CR>
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> u :call <SID>MRU_Cmd()<CR>
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> <2-LeftMouse>
\ :call <SID>MRU_Select_File_Cmd('edit,useopen')<CR>
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> x
\ :call <SID>MRU_Delete_From_List()<CR>
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> d
\ :call <SID>MRU_Delete_From_List()<CR>
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> q :close<CR>
" Restore the previous cpoptions settings
let &cpoptions = old_cpoptions
" Display the MRU list
if a:0 == 0
" No search pattern specified. Display the complete list
let m = copy(s:MRU_files)
else
" Display only the entries matching the specified pattern
" First try using it as a literal pattern
let m = filter(copy(s:MRU_files), 'stridx(v:val, a:1) != -1')
if len(m) == 0
" No match. Try using it as a regular expression
let m = filter(copy(s:MRU_files), 'v:val =~# a:1')
endif
endif
" Get the tail part of the file name (without the directory) and display
" it along with the full path in parenthesis.
let output = map(m, g:MRU_Filename_Format.formatter)
silent! 0put =output
" Delete the empty line at the end of the buffer
silent! $delete _
" Move the cursor to the beginning of the file
normal! gg
" Add syntax highlighting for the file names
if has_key(g:MRU_Filename_Format, 'syntax')
exe "syntax match MRUFileName '" . g:MRU_Filename_Format.syntax . "'"
highlight default link MRUFileName Identifier
endif
setlocal nomodifiable
endfunction
" MRU_Complete {{{1
" Command-line completion function used by :MRU command
function! s:MRU_Complete(ArgLead, CmdLine, CursorPos)
if a:ArgLead == ''
" Return the complete list of MRU files
return s:MRU_files
else
" Return only the files matching the specified pattern
return filter(copy(s:MRU_files), 'v:val =~? a:ArgLead')
endif
endfunction
" MRU_Cmd {{{1
" Function to handle the MRU command
" pat - File name pattern passed to the MRU command
function! s:MRU_Cmd(...)
if a:0 == 1
let pat = a:1
let s:last_pat = pat
elseif a:0 == 0
let pat = s:last_pat
else
echoerr 'Wrong number of arguments passed to s:MRU_Cmd'
endif
if pat == ''
" No arguments specified. Open the MRU window
call s:MRU_Open_Window()
return
endif
" Load the latest MRU file
call s:MRU_LoadList()
" Empty MRU list
if empty(s:MRU_files)
call s:MRU_Warn_Msg('MRU file list is empty')
return
endif
" First use the specified string as a literal string and search for
" filenames containing the string. If only one filename is found,
" then edit it (unless the user wants to open the MRU window always)
let m = filter(copy(s:MRU_files), 'stridx(v:val, pat) != -1')
if len(m) > 0
if len(m) == 1 && !g:MRU_Window_Open_Always
call s:MRU_Edit_File(m[0], 0)
return
endif
" More than one file matches. Try find an accurate match
let new_m = filter(m, 'v:val ==# pat')
if len(new_m) == 1 && !g:MRU_Window_Open_Always
call s:MRU_Edit_File(new_m[0], 0)
return
endif
" Couldn't find an exact match, open the MRU window with all the
" files matching the pattern.
call s:MRU_Open_Window(pat)
return
endif
" Use the specified string as a regular expression pattern and search
" for filenames matching the pattern
let m = filter(copy(s:MRU_files), 'v:val =~? pat')
if len(m) == 0
" If an existing file (not present in the MRU list) is specified,
" then open the file.
if filereadable(pat)
call s:MRU_Edit_File(pat, 0)
return
endif
" No filenames matching the specified pattern are found
call s:MRU_Warn_Msg("MRU file list doesn't contain " .
\ "files matching " . pat)
return
endif
if len(m) == 1 && !g:MRU_Window_Open_Always
call s:MRU_Edit_File(m[0], 0)
return
endif
call s:MRU_Open_Window(pat)
endfunction
" MRU_add_files_to_menu {{{1
" Adds a list of files to the "Recent Files" sub menu under the "File" menu.
" prefix - Prefix to use for each of the menu entries
" file_list - List of file names to add to the menu
function! s:MRU_add_files_to_menu(prefix, file_list)
for fname in a:file_list
" Escape special characters in the filename
let esc_fname = escape(fnamemodify(fname, ':t'), ".\\" .
\ s:esc_filename_chars)
let esc_fname = substitute(esc_fname, '&', '&&', 'g')
" Truncate the directory name if it is long
let dir_name = fnamemodify(fname, ':h')
let len = strlen(dir_name)
" Shorten long file names by adding only few characters from
" the beginning and end.
if len > 30
let dir_name = strpart(dir_name, 0, 10) .
\ '...' .
\ strpart(dir_name, len - 20)
endif
let esc_dir_name = escape(dir_name, ".\\" . s:esc_filename_chars)
let esc_dir_name = substitute(esc_dir_name, '&', '&&', 'g')
let menu_path = '&File.&Recent\ Files.' . a:prefix . esc_fname .
\ '\ (' . esc_dir_name . ')'
let esc_mfname = s:MRU_escape_filename(fname)
exe 'anoremenu <silent> ' . menu_path .
\ " :call <SID>MRU_Edit_File('" . esc_mfname . "', 1)<CR>"
exe 'tmenu ' . menu_path . ' Edit file ' . esc_mfname
endfor
endfunction
" MRU_Refresh_Menu {{{1
" Refresh the MRU menu
function! s:MRU_Refresh_Menu()
if !has('menu') || !g:MRU_Add_Menu
" No support for menus
return
endif
" Setup the cpoptions properly for the maps to work
let old_cpoptions = &cpoptions
set cpoptions&vim
" Remove the MRU menu
" To retain the teared-off MRU menu, we need to add a dummy entry
silent! unmenu &File.&Recent\ Files
" The menu priority of the File menu is 10. If the MRU plugin runs
" first before menu.vim, the File menu order may not be correct.
" So specify the priority of the File menu here.
10noremenu &File.&Recent\ Files.Dummy <Nop>
silent! unmenu! &File.&Recent\ Files
anoremenu <silent> &File.&Recent\ Files.Refresh\ list
\ :call <SID>MRU_LoadList()<CR>
exe 'tmenu File.&Recent\ Files.Refresh\ list Reload the MRU file list from '
\ . s:MRU_escape_filename(g:MRU_File)
anoremenu File.&Recent\ Files.-SEP1- :
" Add the filenames in the MRU list to the menu
let entry_cnt = len(s:MRU_files)
if entry_cnt > g:MRU_Max_Menu_Entries
" Show only MRU_Max_Menu_Entries file names in the menu
let mru_list = s:MRU_files[0 : g:MRU_Max_Menu_Entries - 1]
let entry_cnt = g:MRU_Max_Menu_Entries
else
let mru_list = s:MRU_files
endif
if entry_cnt > g:MRU_Max_Submenu_Entries
" Split the MRU menu into sub-menus
for start_idx in range(0, entry_cnt, g:MRU_Max_Submenu_Entries)
let last_idx = start_idx + g:MRU_Max_Submenu_Entries - 1
if last_idx >= entry_cnt
let last_idx = entry_cnt - 1
endif
let prefix = 'Files\ (' . (start_idx + 1) . '\.\.\.' .
\ (last_idx + 1) . ').'
call s:MRU_add_files_to_menu(prefix,
\ mru_list[start_idx : last_idx])
endfor
else
call s:MRU_add_files_to_menu('', mru_list)
endif
" Remove the dummy menu entry
unmenu &File.&Recent\ Files.Dummy
" Restore the previous cpoptions settings
let &cpoptions = old_cpoptions
endfunction
" MRU_Check {{{1
" check and remove unreadable files
function s:MRU_Check()
call filter(s:MRU_files, 'filereadable(v:val)')
call s:MRU_SaveList()
call s:MRU_Refresh_Menu()
endfunction
" MRU_Delete_From_List {{{1
" delete unwanted items from list
function! s:MRU_Delete_From_List()
call filter(s:MRU_files, 'v:val != matchstr(getline("."), g:MRU_Filename_Format.parser)')
setlocal modifiable
del _
setlocal nomodifiable
call s:MRU_SaveList()
call s:MRU_Refresh_Menu()
endfunction
" Load the MRU list on plugin startup
call s:MRU_LoadList()
" MRU autocommands {{{1
" Autocommands to detect the most recently used files
autocmd BufRead * call s:MRU_AddFile(expand('<abuf>'))
autocmd BufNewFile * call s:MRU_AddFile(expand('<abuf>'))
autocmd BufWritePost * call s:MRU_AddFile(expand('<abuf>'))
" The ':vimgrep' command adds all the files searched to the buffer list.
" This also modifies the MRU list, even though the user didn't edit the
" files. Use the following autocmds to prevent this.
autocmd QuickFixCmdPre *vimgrep* let s:mru_list_locked = 1
autocmd QuickFixCmdPost *vimgrep* let s:mru_list_locked = 0
" Command to open the MRU window
command! -nargs=? -complete=customlist,s:MRU_Complete MRU
\ call s:MRU_Cmd(<q-args>)
command! -nargs=? -complete=customlist,s:MRU_Complete Mru
\ call s:MRU_Cmd(<q-args>)
command! MRUCheck call s:MRU_Check()
" }}}
" restore 'cpo'
let &cpo = s:cpo_save
unlet s:cpo_save
" vim:set foldenable foldmethod=marker: