just vim saying cowsay
____________ < Cowsay.vim > ------------ \ ,-^-. \ !oYo! \ /./=\.\______ ## )\/\ ||-----w|| || || Cowth Vader
cowsay.vim is a simple wrapper to cowsay
Right now, cowsay.vim is pretty dumb. But it does it very well.
Commands below accepts arguments or visual range.
Output the cow, a simple echo.
:Cowsay Wait what!? _____________ < Wait what!? > ------------- \ ^__^ \ (oo)\_______ (__)\ )\/\ ||----w | || ||
Same as ':Cowsay', expect that it replaces the selected lines (if used in visual mode) or append what the cow said below the cursor.
Assume you're writing this fancy readme, and that you have the two
paragraph here starting at line 48 and ending at line 52. Running
:48,52Cow should replace the specified lines by...:
:48,52Cow _________________________________________ / Same as ':Cowsay', expect that it \ | replaces the selected lines (if used in | | visual mode) or append what the cow | | said below the cursor. | | | | Assume you're writing this fancy | | readme, and that you have the two | | paragraph here starting at line 48 and | \ ending at line 52. / ----------------------------------------- \ ^__^ \ (oo)\_______ (__)\ )\/\ ||----w | || ||
Visual range works too!
Same as ':Cow', expect that it also triggers :TComment if is installed.
'cowfile' to given argument. If no argument provided, then it
displays the active one. Basic completion should be supported with all
available cowfile (stored in
Relatedly, you might want to run the
lscowfile.sh script to see them all
(there are some funny cowfile in there...)
git clone git://github.com/mklabs/vim-cowsay.git ~/.vim/bundle/vim-cowsay
Make sure to have cowsay installed and available in your path.
If not, simply copy and paste:
curl -o cowsay-3.03.tar.gz http://www.nog.net/~tony/warez/cowsay-3.03.tar.gz tar xvzf cowsay-3.03.tar.gz rm cowsay-3.03.tar.gz cd cowsay-3.03/ ./install.sh rm -rf cowsay-3.03/
License & Acknowledgement
License: Same as Vim. See