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Braid: Update mirror '_vim/bundle/syntastic' to 'cb62052'

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4 .braids
@@ -134,8 +134,8 @@ _vim/bundle/surround:
url: git://github.com/tpope/vim-surround.git
_vim/bundle/syntastic:
branch: master
- remote: braid/-vim/bundle/syntastic
- revision: ad1481c2ce7c1859f4d3ca877b5759c5d5689e0c
+ remote: master/braid/-vim/bundle/syntastic
+ revision: cb6205254eb3f9a236c7619344396317b8e12d33
squashed: true
type: git
url: git://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic.git
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2  _vim/bundle/syntastic/autoload/syntastic/c.vim
@@ -145,7 +145,7 @@ function! syntastic#c#CheckPython()
if executable('python')
if !exists('s:python_flags')
let s:python_flags = system('python -c ''from distutils import '
- \ . 'sysconfig; print sysconfig.get_python_inc()''')
+ \ . 'sysconfig; import sys; sys.stdout.write(sysconfig.get_python_inc())''')
let s:python_flags = substitute(s:python_flags, "\n", '', '')
let s:python_flags = ' -I' . s:python_flags
endif
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44 _vim/bundle/syntastic/doc/syntastic.txt
@@ -203,6 +203,14 @@ detected, but not opened automatically. >
let g:syntastic_auto_loc_list=2
<
+ *'syntastic_loc_list_height'*
+Default: 10
+Use this option to specify the height of the location lists that syntastic
+opens. >
+ let g:syntastic_loc_list_height=5
+<
+
+
*'syntastic_mode_map'*
Default: { "mode": "active",
"active_filetypes": [],
@@ -348,8 +356,32 @@ The latest dev versions are on github
7. Changelog *syntastic-changelog*
next
- - Support for new filetypes:
+ - Add syntastic_loc_list_height option
+ - Allow errors to have a "subtype" that is signed differently to standard
+ errors. Currently geared towards differentiating style errors from
+ syntax errors. Currently implemented for phpcs (technosophos).
+ - New checkers for:
- yaml
+ - haxe (davidB)
+ - ocaml (edwintorok)
+ - pylint (parantapa)
+
+ - Updates to existing checkers:
+ - jslint
+ - fortran (bmattern)
+ - sass
+ - html (darcyparker)
+ - coffee (darcyparker)
+ - docbk (darcyparker)
+ - xml
+ - xslt
+ - less (irrationalfab)
+ - php (AD7six, technosophos)
+ - cuda
+ - python (mitchellh)
+ - perl (Anthony Carapetis)
+ - c (naoina, zsprackett)
+ - puppet
2.2.0
- only do syntax checks when files are saved (not when first opened) - add
@@ -463,6 +495,16 @@ next
Thanks to the following people for testing, bug reports, patches etc. They own,
hard.
+ Naoya INADA (naoina)
+ Mitchell Hashimoto (mitchellh)
+ irrationalfab
+ Andy Dawson (AD7six)
+ Parantapa Bhattacharya (parantapa)
+ edwintorok
+ Darcy Parker (darcyparker)
+ bmattern
+ David Bernard (davidB)
+ Aleksey V. Zapparov (ixti)
Benji Fisher (benjifisher)
Lance Fetters (ashikase)
datanoise
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64 _vim/bundle/syntastic/plugin/syntastic.vim
@@ -81,6 +81,10 @@ if !exists("g:syntastic_check_on_open")
let g:syntastic_check_on_open = 0
endif
+if !exists("g:syntastic_loc_list_height")
+ let g:syntastic_loc_list_height = 10
+endif
+
command! SyntasticToggleMode call s:ToggleMode()
command! SyntasticCheck call s:UpdateErrors(0) <bar> redraw!
command! Errors call s:ShowLocList()
@@ -264,9 +268,11 @@ function! s:FilterLocList(filters, ...)
endfunction
if g:syntastic_enable_signs
- "use >> to display syntax errors in the sign column
+ "define the signs used to display syntax and style errors/warns
sign define SyntasticError text=>> texthl=error
sign define SyntasticWarning text=>> texthl=todo
+ sign define SyntasticStyleError text=S> texthl=error
+ sign define SyntasticStyleWarning text=S> texthl=todo
endif
"start counting sign ids at 5000, start here to hopefully avoid conflicting
@@ -281,10 +287,15 @@ function! s:SignErrors()
let errors = s:FilterLocList({'bufnr': bufnr('')})
for i in errors
- let sign_type = 'SyntasticError'
- if i['type'] ==? 'W'
- let sign_type = 'SyntasticWarning'
+ let sign_severity = 'Error'
+ let sign_subtype = ''
+ if has_key(i,'subtype')
+ let sign_subtype = i['subtype']
+ endif
+ if i['type'] ==? 'w'
+ let sign_severity = 'Warning'
endif
+ let sign_type = 'Syntastic' . sign_subtype . sign_severity
if !s:WarningMasksError(i, errors)
exec "sign place ". s:next_sign_id ." line=". i['lnum'] ." name=". sign_type ." file=". expand("%:p")
@@ -333,7 +344,7 @@ endfunction
function! s:ShowLocList()
if !empty(s:LocList())
let num = winnr()
- lopen
+ exec "lopen " . g:syntastic_loc_list_height
if num != winnr()
wincmd p
endif
@@ -413,6 +424,12 @@ function! s:EchoCurrentError()
endif
endfunction
+"load the chosen checker for the current filetype - useful for filetypes like
+"javascript that have more than one syntax checker
+function! s:LoadChecker(checker)
+ exec "runtime syntax_checkers/" . &ft . "/" . a:checker . ".vim"
+endfunction
+
"return a string representing the state of buffer according to
"g:syntastic_stl_format
"
@@ -466,6 +483,7 @@ endfunction
"
"a:options may also contain:
" 'defaults' - a dict containing default values for the returned errors
+" 'subtype' - all errors will be assigned the given subtype
function! SyntasticMake(options)
let old_loclist = getloclist(0)
let old_makeprg = &makeprg
@@ -505,6 +523,11 @@ function! SyntasticMake(options)
call SyntasticAddToErrors(errors, a:options['defaults'])
endif
+ " Add subtype info if present.
+ if has_key(a:options, 'subtype')
+ call SyntasticAddToErrors(errors, {'subtype': a:options['subtype']})
+ endif
+
return errors
endfunction
@@ -551,7 +574,7 @@ endfunction
function! SyntasticAddToErrors(errors, options)
for i in range(0, len(a:errors)-1)
for key in keys(a:options)
- if empty(a:errors[i][key])
+ if !has_key(a:errors[i], key) || empty(a:errors[i][key])
let a:errors[i][key] = a:options[key]
endif
endfor
@@ -559,4 +582,33 @@ function! SyntasticAddToErrors(errors, options)
return a:errors
endfunction
+"take a list of syntax checkers for the current filetype and load the right
+"one based on the global settings and checker executable availabity
+"
+"a:checkers should be a list of syntax checker names. These names are assumed
+"to be the names of the vim syntax checker files that should be sourced, as
+"well as the names of the actual syntax checker executables. The checkers
+"should be listed in order of default preference.
+"
+"if a option called 'g:syntastic_[filetype]_checker' exists then attempt to
+"load the checker that it points to
+function! SyntasticLoadChecker(checkers)
+ let opt_name = "g:syntastic_" . &ft . "_checker"
+
+ if exists(opt_name)
+ let opt_val = {opt_name}
+ if index(a:checkers, opt_val) != -1 && executable(opt_val)
+ call s:LoadChecker(opt_val)
+ else
+ echoerr &ft . " syntax not supported or not installed."
+ endif
+ else
+ for checker in a:checkers
+ if executable(checker)
+ return s:LoadChecker(checker)
+ endif
+ endfor
+ endif
+endfunction
+
" vim: set et sts=4 sw=4:
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153 _vim/bundle/syntastic/syntax_checkers/efm_perl.pl
@@ -0,0 +1,153 @@
+#!/usr/bin/perl -w
+
+# vimparse.pl - Reformats the error messages of the Perl interpreter for use
+# with the quickfix mode of Vim
+#
+# Copyright (©) 2001 by Jörg Ziefle <joerg.ziefle@gmx.de>
+# You may use and distribute this software under the same terms as Perl itself.
+#
+# Usage: put one of the two configurations below in your ~/.vimrc (without the
+# description and '# ') and enjoy (be sure to adjust the paths to vimparse.pl
+# before):
+#
+# Program is run interactively with 'perl -w':
+#
+# set makeprg=$HOME/bin/vimparse.pl\ %\ $*
+# set errorformat=%f:%l:%m
+#
+# Program is only compiled with 'perl -wc':
+#
+# set makeprg=$HOME/bin/vimparse.pl\ -c\ %\ $*
+# set errorformat=%f:%l:%m
+#
+# Usage:
+# vimparse.pl [-c] [-f <errorfile>] <programfile> [programargs]
+#
+# -c compile only, don't run (perl -wc)
+# -f write errors to <errorfile>
+#
+# Example usages:
+# * From the command line:
+# vimparse.pl program.pl
+#
+# vimparse.pl -c -f errorfile program.pl
+# Then run vim -q errorfile to edit the errors with Vim.
+#
+# * From Vim:
+# Edit in Vim (and save, if you don't have autowrite on), then
+# type ':mak' or ':mak args' (args being the program arguments)
+# to error check.
+#
+# Version history:
+# 0.2 (04/12/2001):
+# * First public version (sent to Bram)
+# * -c command line option for compiling only
+# * grammatical fix: 'There was 1 error.'
+# * bug fix for multiple arguments
+# * more error checks
+# * documentation (top of file, &usage)
+# * minor code clean ups
+# 0.1 (02/02/2001):
+# * Initial version
+# * Basic functionality
+#
+# Todo:
+# * test on more systems
+# * use portable way to determine the location of perl ('use Config')
+# * include option that shows perldiag messages for each error
+# * allow to pass in program by STDIN
+# * more intuitive behaviour if no error is found (show message)
+#
+# Tested under SunOS 5.7 with Perl 5.6.0. Let me know if it's not working for
+# you.
+
+use strict;
+use Getopt::Std;
+
+use vars qw/$opt_c $opt_f $opt_h/; # needed for Getopt in combination with use strict 'vars'
+
+use constant VERSION => 0.2;
+
+getopts('cf:h');
+
+&usage if $opt_h; # not necessarily needed, but good for further extension
+
+if (defined $opt_f) {
+
+ open FILE, "> $opt_f" or do {
+ warn "Couldn't open $opt_f: $!. Using STDOUT instead.\n";
+ undef $opt_f;
+ };
+
+};
+
+my $handle = (defined $opt_f ? \*FILE : \*STDOUT);
+
+(my $file = shift) or &usage; # display usage if no filename is supplied
+my $args = (@ARGV ? ' ' . join ' ', @ARGV : '');
+
+my @lines = `perl @{[defined $opt_c ? '-c ' : '' ]} -w "$file$args" 2>&1`;
+
+my $errors = 0;
+foreach my $line (@lines) {
+
+ chomp($line);
+ my ($file, $lineno, $message, $rest);
+
+ if ($line =~ /^(.*)\sat\s(.*)\sline\s(\d+)(\.|,\snear\s\".*\")$/) {
+
+ ($message, $file, $lineno, $rest) = ($1, $2, $3, $4);
+ $errors++;
+ $message .= $rest if ($rest =~ s/^,//);
+ print $handle "$file:$lineno:$message\n";
+
+ } else { next };
+
+}
+
+if (defined $opt_f) {
+
+ my $msg;
+ if ($errors == 1) {
+
+ $msg = "There was 1 error.\n";
+
+ } else {
+
+ $msg = "There were $errors errors.\n";
+
+ };
+
+ print STDOUT $msg;
+ close FILE;
+ unlink $opt_f unless $errors;
+
+};
+
+sub usage {
+
+ (local $0 = $0) =~ s/^.*\/([^\/]+)$/$1/; # remove path from name of program
+ print<<EOT;
+Usage:
+ $0 [-c] [-f <errorfile>] <programfile> [programargs]
+
+ -c compile only, don't run (executes 'perl -wc')
+ -f write errors to <errorfile>
+
+Examples:
+ * At the command line:
+ $0 program.pl
+ Displays output on STDOUT.
+
+ $0 -c -f errorfile program.pl
+ Then run 'vim -q errorfile' to edit the errors with Vim.
+
+ * In Vim:
+ Edit in Vim (and save, if you don't have autowrite on), then
+ type ':mak' or ':mak args' (args being the program arguments)
+ to error check.
+EOT
+
+ exit 0;
+
+};
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21 _vim/bundle/syntastic/syntax_checkers/go.vim
@@ -1,27 +1,22 @@
"============================================================================
"File: go.vim
-"Description: Syntax checking plugin for syntastic.vim
-"Maintainer: Sam Nguyen <samxnguyen@gmail.com>
+"Description: Loads a go syntax checker from the go directory
+"Maintainer: Martin Grenfell <martin.grenfell at gmail dot com>
"License: This program is free software. It comes without any warranty,
" to the extent permitted by applicable law. You can redistribute
" it and/or modify it under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You
" Want To Public License, Version 2, as published by Sam Hocevar.
" See http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/COPYING for more details.
"
+" Use g:syntastic_go_checker option to specify which go executable
+" should be used (see below for a list of supported checkers).
+" If g:syntastic_go_checker is not set, just use the first syntax
+" checker that we find installed.
"============================================================================
if exists("loaded_go_syntax_checker")
finish
endif
let loaded_go_syntax_checker = 1
-"bail if the user doesnt have 6g installed
-if !executable("6g")
- finish
-endif
-
-function! SyntaxCheckers_go_GetLocList()
- let makeprg = '6g -o /dev/null %'
- let errorformat = '%E%f:%l: %m'
-
- return SyntasticMake({ 'makeprg': makeprg, 'errorformat': errorformat })
-endfunction
+let s:supported_checkers = ["6g", "gofmt"]
+call SyntasticLoadChecker(s:supported_checkers)
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17 _vim/bundle/syntastic/syntax_checkers/go/6g.vim
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+"============================================================================
+"File: 6g.vim
+"Description: Syntax checking plugin for syntastic.vim
+"Maintainer: Sam Nguyen <samxnguyen@gmail.com>
+"License: This program is free software. It comes without any warranty,
+" to the extent permitted by applicable law. You can redistribute
+" it and/or modify it under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You
+" Want To Public License, Version 2, as published by Sam Hocevar.
+" See http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/COPYING for more details.
+"
+"============================================================================
+function! SyntaxCheckers_go_GetLocList()
+ let makeprg = '6g -o /dev/null %'
+ let errorformat = '%E%f:%l: %m'
+
+ return SyntasticMake({ 'makeprg': makeprg, 'errorformat': errorformat })
+endfunction
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16 _vim/bundle/syntastic/syntax_checkers/go/gofmt.vim
@@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
+"============================================================================
+"File: gofmt.vim
+"Description: Check go syntax using gofmt
+"Maintainer: Brandon Thomson <bt@brandonthomson.com>
+"License: This program is free software. It comes without any warranty,
+" to the extent permitted by applicable law. You can redistribute
+" it and/or modify it under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You
+" Want To Public License, Version 2, as published by Sam Hocevar.
+" See http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/COPYING for more details.
+"
+"============================================================================
+function! SyntaxCheckers_go_GetLocList()
+ let makeprg = 'gofmt %'
+ let errorformat = '%f:%l:%c: %m,%-G%.%#'
+ return SyntasticMake({ 'makeprg': makeprg, 'errorformat': errorformat, 'defaults': {'type': 'e'} })
+endfunction
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0  _vim/bundle/syntastic/syntax_checkers/haxe.vim 100755 → 100644
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20 _vim/bundle/syntastic/syntax_checkers/javascript.vim
@@ -20,22 +20,4 @@ endif
let loaded_javascript_syntax_checker = 1
let s:supported_checkers = ["gjslint", "jslint", "jsl", "jshint"]
-
-function! s:load_checker(checker)
- exec "runtime syntax_checkers/javascript/" . a:checker . ".vim"
-endfunction
-
-if exists("g:syntastic_javascript_checker")
- if index(s:supported_checkers, g:syntastic_javascript_checker) != -1 && executable(g:syntastic_javascript_checker)
- call s:load_checker(g:syntastic_javascript_checker)
- else
- echoerr "Javascript syntax not supported or not installed."
- endif
-else
- for checker in s:supported_checkers
- if executable(checker)
- call s:load_checker(checker)
- break
- endif
- endfor
-endif
+call SyntasticLoadChecker(s:supported_checkers)
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2  _vim/bundle/syntastic/syntax_checkers/javascript/jshint.vim
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ endif
function! SyntaxCheckers_javascript_GetLocList()
" node-jshint uses .jshintrc as config unless --config arg is present
- let args = g:syntastic_javascript_jshint_conf? ' --config ' . g:syntastic_javascript_jshint_conf : ''
+ let args = !empty(g:syntastic_javascript_jshint_conf) ? ' --config ' . g:syntastic_javascript_jshint_conf : ''
let makeprg = 'jshint ' . shellescape(expand("%")) . args
let errorformat = '%ELine %l:%c,%Z\\s%#Reason: %m,%C%.%#,%f: line %l\, col %c\, %m,%-G%.%#'
return SyntasticMake({ 'makeprg': makeprg, 'errorformat': errorformat, 'defaults': {'bufnr': bufnr('')} })
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20 _vim/bundle/syntastic/syntax_checkers/json.vim
@@ -20,22 +20,4 @@ endif
let loaded_json_syntax_checker = 1
let s:supported_checkers = ["jsonlint", "jsonval"]
-
-function! s:load_checker(checker)
- exec "runtime syntax_checkers/json/" . a:checker . ".vim"
-endfunction
-
-if exists("g:syntastic_json_checker")
- if index(s:supported_checkers, g:syntastic_json_checker) != -1 && executable(g:syntastic_json_checker)
- call s:load_checker(g:syntastic_json_checker)
- else
- echoerr "JSON syntax not supported or not installed."
- endif
-else
- for checker in s:supported_checkers
- if executable(checker)
- call s:load_checker(checker)
- break
- endif
- endfor
-endif
+call SyntasticLoadChecker(s:supported_checkers)
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11 _vim/bundle/syntastic/syntax_checkers/perl.vim
@@ -9,10 +9,6 @@
" See http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/COPYING for more details.
"
"============================================================================
-
-" This checker requires efm_perl.pl, which is distributed with Vim version
-" seven and greater, as far as I know.
-
if exists("loaded_perl_syntax_checker")
finish
endif
@@ -23,13 +19,10 @@ if !executable("perl")
finish
endif
-
-if !exists("g:syntastic_perl_efm_program")
- let g:syntastic_perl_efm_program = 'perl '. shellescape($VIMRUNTIME.'/tools/efm_perl.pl').' -c'
-endif
+let s:checker = 'perl ' . shellescape(expand('<sfile>:p:h') . '/efm_perl.pl') . ' -c'
function! SyntaxCheckers_perl_GetLocList()
- let makeprg = g:syntastic_perl_efm_program . ' ' . shellescape(expand('%'))
+ let makeprg = s:checker . ' ' . shellescape(expand('%'))
let errorformat = '%f:%l:%m'
return SyntasticMake({ 'makeprg': makeprg, 'errorformat': errorformat })
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2  _vim/bundle/syntastic/syntax_checkers/php.vim
@@ -54,5 +54,5 @@ endfunction
function! s:GetPHPCSErrors()
let makeprg = "phpcs " . g:syntastic_phpcs_conf . " --report=csv ".shellescape(expand('%'))
let errorformat = '%-GFile\,Line\,Column\,Type\,Message\,Source\,Severity,"%f"\,%l\,%c\,%t%*[a-zA-Z]\,"%m"\,%*[a-zA-Z0-9_.-]\,%*[0-9]'
- return SyntasticMake({ 'makeprg': makeprg, 'errorformat': errorformat })
+ return SyntasticMake({ 'makeprg': makeprg, 'errorformat': errorformat, 'subtype': 'Style' })
endfunction
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35 _vim/bundle/syntastic/syntax_checkers/puppet.vim
@@ -19,20 +19,35 @@ if !executable("puppet")
finish
endif
+function! s:ExtractVersion()
+ let output = system("puppet --version")
+ let output = substitute(output, '\n$', '', '')
+ return split(output, '\.')
+endfunction
+
+let s:puppetVersion = s:ExtractVersion()
+
function! SyntaxCheckers_puppet_GetLocList()
- let l:puppetVersion = system("puppet --version")
- let l:digits = split(l:puppetVersion, "\\.")
- "
- " If it is on the 2.7 series... use new executable
- if l:digits[0] == '2' && l:digits[1] == '7'
- let makeprg = 'puppet parser validate ' .
- \ shellescape(expand('%')) .
- \ ' --color=false --ignoreimport'
+ "If puppet is >= version 2.7 then use the new executable
+ if s:puppetVersion[0] >= '2' && s:puppetVersion[1] >= '7'
+ let makeprg = 'puppet parser validate ' .
+ \ shellescape(expand('%')) .
+ \ ' --color=false'
+
+ "add --ignoreimport for versions < 2.7.10
+ if s:puppetVersion[2] < '10'
+ let makeprg .= ' --ignoreimport'
+ endif
+
else
- let makeprg = 'puppet --color=false --parseonly --ignoreimport '.shellescape(expand('%'))
+ let makeprg = 'puppet --color=false --parseonly --ignoreimport '.shellescape(expand('%'))
endif
- let errorformat = 'err: Could not parse for environment %*[a-z]: %m at %f:%l'
+ "some versions of puppet (e.g. 2.7.10) output the message below if there
+ "are any syntax errors
+ let errorformat = '%-Gerr: Try ''puppet help parser validate'' for usage,'
+
+ let errorformat .= 'err: Could not parse for environment %*[a-z]: %m at %f:%l'
return SyntasticMake({ 'makeprg': makeprg, 'errorformat': errorformat })
endfunction
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5 _vim/bundle/syntastic/syntax_checkers/python.vim
@@ -31,6 +31,9 @@ if !exists('g:syntastic_python_checker') || !executable(g:syntastic_python_check
finish
endif
endif
+if !exists('g:syntastic_python_checker_args')
+ let g:syntastic_python_checker_args = ''
+endif
function! SyntaxCheckers_python_Term(i)
if a:i['type'] ==# 'E'
@@ -64,7 +67,7 @@ if g:syntastic_python_checker == 'pylint'
endfunction
else
function! SyntaxCheckers_python_GetLocList()
- let makeprg = g:syntastic_python_checker.' '.shellescape(expand('%'))
+ let makeprg = g:syntastic_python_checker.' '.g:syntastic_python_checker_args.' '.shellescape(expand('%'))
let errorformat =
\ '%E%f:%l: could not compile,%-Z%p^,%W%f:%l:%c: %m,%W%f:%l: %m,%-G%.%#'
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33 _vim/bundle/syntastic/syntax_checkers/rust.vim
@@ -0,0 +1,33 @@
+"============================================================================
+"File: rust.vim
+"Description: Syntax checking plugin for syntastic.vim
+"Maintainer: Chad Jablonski <chad.jablonski at gmail dot com>
+"License: This program is free software. It comes without any warranty,
+" to the extent permitted by applicable law. You can redistribute
+" it and/or modify it under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You
+" Want To Public License, Version 2, as published by Sam Hocevar.
+" See http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/COPYING for more details.
+"
+"============================================================================
+if exists("loaded_rust_syntax_checker")
+ finish
+endif
+let loaded_rust_syntax_checker = 1
+
+"bail if the user doesnt have rustc installed
+if !executable("rustc")
+ finish
+endif
+
+function! SyntaxCheckers_rust_GetLocList()
+ let makeprg = 'rustc --parse-only '.shellescape(expand('%'))
+
+ let errorformat = '%E%f:%l:%c: \\d%#:\\d%# %.%\{-}error:%.%\{-} %m,' .
+ \ '%W%f:%l:%c: \\d%#:\\d%# %.%\{-}warning:%.%\{-} %m,' .
+ \ '%C%f:%l %m,' .
+ \ '%-Z%.%#'
+
+ return SyntasticMake({ 'makeprg': makeprg, 'errorformat': errorformat })
+endfunction
+
+
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