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AsyncCommand allows you to execute shell commands without waiting for them to complete. When the application terminates, its output can be loaded into a vim buffer.

branch: master

Fix #25: Add a %d for quickfix title

Instead of %s (which isn't used), use %d to get the number items in the
quickfix/locationlist so you can see at a glance the magnitude of the
results.

Add %d where it was missing.

Add documentation.

You may not see results when using fancy statuslines like powerline. You
can test what it would display:
	:echo w:quickfix_title
latest commit 4db91ca209
pydave authored August 21, 2013
Octocat-spinner-32 autoload Fix #25: Add a %d for quickfix title August 21, 2013
Octocat-spinner-32 doc Add documentation for other commands February 03, 2013
Octocat-spinner-32 plugin Fix #25: Add a %d for quickfix title August 21, 2013
Octocat-spinner-32 README.rst Update README with new ubuntu version May 19, 2012
README.rst

AsyncCommand

AsyncCommand allows you to execute shell commands without waiting for them to complete. When the application terminates, its output can be loaded into a vim buffer. AsyncCommand is written to be compatible with Windows and Linux (tested on Win7 and Ubuntu 11.10).

Currently three types of commands are supported:

AsyncGrep
grep for files and load results in quickfix
AsyncShell
run any program and load results in a split
AsyncCscopeFindSymbol, AsyncCscopeFindCalls, AsyncCscopeFindX
cscope commands
AsyncMake
run your makeprg with input arguments and load the results in quickfix

For more information, see :help asynccommand

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