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One Text Object for Quotes, Parentheses and Braces

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This plugin provides text object mappings ib and ab.

  • ib is a union of i(, i{, i[, i', i" and i<.
  • ab is a union of a(, a{, a[, a', a" and a<.

ib and ab match any of the text objects. If multiple text objects are matched, it selects one covering the most narrow region. For example, when the current line is ['abc', 'def'] and the cursor is at e, vib selects def.

This plugin depends on vim-textobj-user. Please install it in advance.

If you want to change the blocks which ib and ab match, define g:textobj#anyblock#blocks. For example, if you install vim-textobj-between and want to match `...`, set [ '(', '{', '[', '"', "'", '<' , 'f`'] to it.

If you want to define buffer local blocks, set them to b:textobj_anyblock_buffer_local_blocks as list of string on FileType autocmd event.

License

Distributed under MIT License.

Copyright (c) 2013 rhysd

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