Just drop the file
googurl.vim into your
vim-googurl needs ruby support compiled in vim, and the following gems:
The plugin will define a
FindUrls command. Put your cursor over a word, call
:FindUrls and you will be offered a set of choices drawn from Google.
For instance, suppose that you want to link to Github, put the word
Github under your cursor, and invoke
:FindUrls. You will be prompted to choose the URL among several Google matches. Make a choice, and the link will appear as
[Github](https://github.com/) in your markdown file.
You may also query urls for the current visual selection by pressing 'u'.
Nice features would be:
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