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-surround.vim
-============
-
-Surround.vim is all about "surroundings": parentheses, brackets, quotes,
-XML tags, and more. The plugin provides mappings to easily delete,
-change and add such surroundings in pairs.
-
-It's easiest to explain with examples. Press `cs"'` inside
-
- "Hello world!"
-
-to change it to
-
- 'Hello world!'
-
-Now press `cs'<q>` to change it to
-
- <q>Hello world!</q>
-
-To go full circle, press `cst"` to get
-
- "Hello world!"
-
-To remove the delimiters entirely, press `ds"`.
-
- Hello world!
-
-Now with the cursor on "Hello", press `ysiw]` (`iw` is a text object).
-
- [Hello] world!
-
-Let's make that braces and add some space (use `}` instead of `{` for no
-space): `cs]{`
-
- { Hello } world!
-
-Now wrap the entire line in parentheses with `yssb` or `yss)`.
-
- ({ Hello } world!)
-
-Revert to the original text: `ds{ds)`
-
- Hello world!
-
-Emphasize hello: `ysiw<em>`
-
- <em>Hello</em> world!
-
-Finally, let's try out visual mode. Press a capital V (for linewise
-visual mode) followed by `S<p class="important">`.
-
- <p class="important">
- <em>Hello</em> world!
- </p>
-
-This plugin is very powerful for HTML and XML editing, a niche which
-currently seems underfilled in Vim land. (As opposed to HTML/XML
-*inserting*, for which many plugins are available). Adding, changing,
-and removing pairs of tags simultaneously is a breeze.
-
-The `.` command will work with `ds`, `cs`, and `yss` if you install
-[repeat.vim](https://github.com/tpope/vim-repeat).
-
-Installation
-------------
-
-If you don't have a preferred installation method, I recommend
-installing [pathogen.vim](https://github.com/tpope/vim-pathogen), and
-then simply copy and paste:
-
- cd ~/.vim/bundle
- git clone git://github.com/tpope/vim-surround.git
-
-Once help tags have been generated, you can view the manual with
-`:help surround`.
-
-Contributing
-------------
-
-See the contribution guidelines for
-[pathogen.vim](https://github.com/tpope/vim-pathogen#readme).
-
-Self-Promotion
---------------
-
-Like surround.vim? Follow the repository on
-[GitHub](https://github.com/tpope/vim-surround) and vote for it on
-[vim.org](http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=1697). And if
-you're feeling especially charitable, follow [tpope](http://tpo.pe/) on
-[Twitter](http://twitter.com/tpope) and
-[GitHub](https://github.com/tpope).
-
-License
--------
-
-Copyright (c) Tim Pope. Distributed under the same terms as Vim itself.
-See `:help license`.
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-# Installation
-
-_\*For simplicity, let's use **[VIM_ROOT]** which will mean ~/.vim (\*nix) or ~/vimfiles (Windows)_
-
-The NERD Commenter requires Vim 7 or higher is comprised of 2 files:
-
- plugin/NERD_commenter.vim
- doc/NERD_commenter.txt
-
-### Classic Install
-
-1. Extract the plugin files into your **[VIM_ROOT]**/plugin and **[VIM_ROOT]**/doc folders respectively.
-2. Finish the install by updating your help files. Run:
-
-<pre><code>:helptags [VIM_ROOT]/doc</code></pre>
-
-See **|add-local-help|** for more details.
-
-### Pathogen Install
-1. Navigate to your **[VIM_ROOT]/bundle** directory in your local Vim setup
-2. git clone https://github.com/scrooloose/nerdcommenter.git
-
-### Post Install
-After the **'Classic'** or **'Pathogen'** install, make sure that you have filetype plugins enabled, as the script makes use of
-**|'commentstring'|** where possible (which is usually set in a filetype plugin).
-See **|filetype-plugin-on|** for details, but basically, stick this in your vimrc:
-
- filetype plugin on
-
-# Usage
-
-The following key mappings are provided by default (there is also a menu
-provided that contains menu items corresponding to all the below mappings):
-
-Most of the following mappings are for normal/visual mode only. The |NERDComInsertComment| mapping is for insert mode only.
-
-**[count]\<leader\>cc |NERDComComment|**
-Comment out the current line or text selected in visual mode.
-
-
-**[count]\<leader\>cn |NERDComNestedComment|**
-Same as \<leader\>cc but forces nesting.
-
-
-**[count]\<leader\>c<space> |NERDComToggleComment|**
-Toggles the comment state of the selected line(s). If the topmost selected
-line is commented, all selected lines are uncommented and vice versa.
-
-
-**[count]\<leader\>cm |NERDComMinimalComment|**
-Comments the given lines using only one set of multipart delimiters.
-
-
-**[count]\<leader\>ci |NERDComInvertComment|**
-Toggles the comment state of the selected line(s) individually.
-
-
-**[count]\<leader\>cs |NERDComSexyComment|**
-Comments out the selected lines ``sexily''
-
-
-**[count]\<leader\>cy |NERDComYankComment|**
-Same as \<leader\>cc except that the commented line(s) are yanked first.
-
-
-**\<leader\>c$ |NERDComEOLComment|**
-Comments the current line from the cursor to the end of line.
-
-
-**\<leader\>cA |NERDComAppendComment|**
-Adds comment delimiters to the end of line and goes into insert mode between
-them.
-
-
-**|NERDComInsertComment|**
-Adds comment delimiters at the current cursor position and inserts between.
-Disabled by default.
-
-
-**\<leader\>ca |NERDComAltDelim|**
-Switches to the alternative set of delimiters.
-
-
-**[count]\<leader\>cl**
-**[count]\<leader\>cb |NERDComAlignedComment|**
-Same as |NERDComComment| except that the delimiters are aligned down the
-left side (\<leader\>cl) or both sides (\<leader\>cb).
-
-
-**[count]\<leader\>cu |NERDComUncommentLine|**
-Uncomments the selected line(s).
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-=================
-Powerline for vim
-=================
-
-:Author: Kim Silkebækken (kim.silkebaekken+vim@gmail.com)
-:Source: https://github.com/Lokaltog/vim-powerline
-:Version: β
-
-Introduction
-------------
-
-Powerline is a utility plugin which allows you to create better-looking,
-more functional vim statuslines. See the screenshots below for
-a demonstration of the plugin's capabilities.
-
-It's recommended that you install the plugin using Pathogen_ or Vundle_.
-After the plugin is installed update your help tags and see ``:help
-Powerline`` for instructions on how to enable and configure the plugin.
-
-See the `Troubleshooting`_ section below if you're having any issues with
-the plugin or the font patcher.
-
-**Note:** You need a patched font to be able to use the symbols in the
-statusline. An experimental Python/fontforge-based font patcher is included
-in the ``fontpatcher`` directory. See ``fontpatcher/README.rst`` for usage
-instructions.
-
-.. _Pathogen: https://github.com/tpope/vim-pathogen
-.. _Vundle: https://github.com/gmarik/vundle
-
-Screenshots
------------
-
-.. image:: http://i.imgur.com/MsuIB.png
-
-Troubleshooting
----------------
-
-I can't see the fancy symbols, what's wrong?
- Make sure that you have ``let g:Powerline_symbols = 'fancy'`` in your
- ``vimrc`` file. The settings may be loaded too late if you have this in
- ``gvimrc``, so always put this in your ``vimrc``.
-
- Clear the cache using ``:PowerlineClearCache`` and restart vim.
-
- Make sure that you've configured gvim or your terminal emulator to use
- a patched font.
-
- Make sure that vim is compiled with the ``--with-features=big`` flag.
-
-The fancy symbols look a bit blurry or "off"!
- Make sure that you have patched all variants of your font (i.e. both the
- regular and the bold font files).
-
-I'm unable to patch my font, what should I do?
- Font patching is only known to work on most Linux and OS X machines. If
- you have followed the instructions in the fontpatcher README and still
- have problems, please submit an issue on GitHub.
-
- You can download some community-contributed patched fonts from the
- `Powerline wiki`_ if you don't want to mess around with the font
- patcher.
-
-The Syntastic/Fugitive statusline flags don't work!
- These flags should work without any configuration. If you installed
- either plugin after Powerline, you'll have to clear the cache using
- ``:PowerlineClearCache`` and restart vim.
-
-The colors are weird in the default OS X Terminal app!
- The default OS X Terminal app is known to have some issues with the
- Powerline colors. Please use another terminal emulator. iTerm2 should
- work fine.
-
- The arrows may have the wrong colors if you have changed the "minimum
- contrast" slider in the color tab of your OS X settings.
-
-The statusline has strange characters like ``^B`` in it!
- Please add ``set encoding=utf-8`` to your ``vimrc``.
-
- You may also need to set your ``LANG`` and ``LC_*`` environment
- variables to a UTF-8 locale (e.g. ``LANG=en_US.utf8``). Consult your
- Linux distro's documentation for information about setting these
- variables correctly.
-
-The statusline has a lot of ``^`` or underline characters in it!
- You need to configure the ``fillchars`` setting to disable statusline
- fillchars (see ``:h fillchars`` for details). Add this to your
- ``vimrc`` to solve this issue::
-
- set fillchars+=stl:\ ,stlnc:\
-
-The statusline is hidden/only appears in split windows!
- Make sure that you have ``set laststatus=2`` in your ``vimrc``.
-
-I'm using tmux and Powerline looks like crap, what's wrong?
- You need to tell tmux that it has 256-color capabilities. Add this to
- your ``.tmux.conf`` to solve this issue::
-
- set -g default-terminal "screen-256color"
-
- If you use iTerm2, make sure that you have enabled the setting 'Set
- locale variables automatically' in Profiles > Terminal > Environment.
-
-If you have any other issues and you can't find the answer in the docs,
-please submit an issue on GitHub.
-
-.. _`Powerline wiki`: https://github.com/Lokaltog/vim-powerline/wiki/Patched-fonts
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-# written by travis jeffery <travisjeffery@gmail.com>
-# contributions by scrooloose <github:scrooloose>
-
-require 'rake'
-require 'find'
-require 'pathname'
-
-IGNORE = [/\.gitignore$/, /Rakefile$/]
-
-files = `git ls-files`.split("\n")
-files.reject! { |f| IGNORE.any? { |re| f.match(re) } }
-
-desc 'Zip up the project files'
-task :zip do
- zip_name = File.basename(File.dirname(__FILE__))
- zip_name.gsub!(/ /, '_')
- zip_name = "#{zip_name}.zip"
-
- if File.exist?(zip_name)
- abort("Zip file #{zip_name} already exists. Remove it first.")
- end
-
- puts "Creating zip file: #{zip_name}"
- system("zip #{zip_name} #{files.join(" ")}")
-end
-
-desc 'Install plugin and documentation'
-task :install do
- vimfiles = if ENV['VIMFILES']
- ENV['VIMFILES']
- elsif RUBY_PLATFORM =~ /(win|w)32$/
- File.expand_path("~/vimfiles")
- else
- File.expand_path("~/.vim")
- end
- files.each do |file|
- target_file = File.join(vimfiles, file)
- FileUtils.mkdir_p File.dirname(target_file)
- FileUtils.cp file, target_file
-
- puts "Installed #{file} to #{target_file}"
- end
-
-end
-
-desc 'Pulls from origin'
-task :pull do
- puts "Updating local repo..."
- system("cd " << Dir.new(File.dirname(__FILE__)).path << " && git pull")
-end
-
-desc 'Calls pull task and then install task'
-task :update => ['pull', 'install'] do
- puts "Update of vim script complete."
-end
-
-desc 'Uninstall plugin and documentation'
-task :uninstall do
- vimfiles = if ENV['VIMFILES']
- ENV['VIMFILES']
- elsif RUBY_PLATFORM =~ /(win|w)32$/
- File.expand_path("~/vimfiles")
- else
- File.expand_path("~/.vim")
- end
- files.each do |file|
- target_file = File.join(vimfiles, file)
- FileUtils.rm target_file
-
- puts "Uninstalled #{target_file}"
- end
-
-end
-
-task :default => ['update']
-

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