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vim-gh-line

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A Vim plugin that opens a link to the current line on GitHub (and also supports Bitbucket, self-deployed GitHub, Googlesource and GitLab).

gh-line

How to install

Vundle

Put this in your .vimrc

Bundle 'ruanyl/vim-gh-line'

Then restart vim and run :BundleInstall. To update the plugin to the latest version, you can run :BundleUpdate.

How to use

Default key mapping for a blob view: <leader>gh

Default key mapping for a blame view: <leader>gb

Default key mapping for repo view: <leader>go

To disable default key mappings:

let g:gh_line_map_default = 0
let g:gh_line_blame_map_default = 1

Use your own mappings:

let g:gh_line_map = '<leader>gh'
let g:gh_line_blame_map = '<leader>gb'

Use a custom program to open link:

let g:gh_open_command = 'open '

Copy link to a clipboard instead of opening a browser:

let g:gh_open_command = 'fn() { echo "$@" | pbcopy; }; fn '

Use canonical version hash for url in place of branch name:

let g:gh_use_canonical = 1

Working with multiple remotes

When work with repo which has multiple remotes, the plugin will ask for your input of which remote you want to use. The plugin always remember the last remote selection and use it as default remote name the next time you use it.

But you can use the following command to enforce to show the interactive input and change the default remote that's set previously:

:GHInteractive
:GBInteractive

it is also possible to always enforce interactive input by setting:

" gh_always_interactive is 0 by default
g:gh_always_interactive = 1

Different git hosting alternatives

Use self-deployed GitHub:

let g:gh_github_domain = "<your github domain>"

Use self-deployed GitLab:

Use a self deployed gitlab (the value is a matching regex, i.e. you can use multiple domains separated with |):

let g:gh_gitlab_domain = "<your gitlab domain>"
Use self deployed gitlab only with http:
let g:gh_gitlab_only_http = 1

Use a git remote with Cgit front end:

For Cgit frontends, the user needs to specify a pattern -> sub mapping to compile the url. vim-gh-line uses the origin remote of your repo heuristicly to come up with the url of the hosting site. For cgit deployments, there is no simple heuristic to compile the url of the cgit frontend's webpage.

let g:gh_cgit_url_pattern_sub = [ [{pattern}, {sub}], ... ]

The g:gh_cgit_url_pattern_sub variable is a list of tuples. Each tuple is of form [{pattern}, {sub}]. The origin remote in a repo is matched against each pattern in the tuples in g:gh_cgit_url_pattern_sub in order. The sub of the first tuple whose pattern matches will be used in a substitute() command to compile the final url.

For example say you are working on the bash source code. The origin of your local repo is https://git.savannah.gnu.org/git/bash.git. And the Cgit front end url for a line link looks like http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/bash.git/tree/Makefile.in?id=64447609994bfddeef1061948022c074093e9a9f#n12.

The g:gh_cgit_url_pattern_sub could be

let g:gh_cgit_url_pattern_sub = [
    \ ['.\+git.savannah.gnu.org/git/', 'http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/'],
 \ ]

In addition to bash, say you also do kernel development in https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git say the remote you use is git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git

To handle both bash and kernel repos, the following g:gh_cgit_url_pattern_sub would work.

let g:gh_cgit_url_pattern_sub = [
    \ ['.\+git.savannah.gnu.org/git/', 'http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/'],
    \ ['.\+git.kernel.org/', 'https://git.kernel.org/'],
 \ ]

Debugging

For getting verbose prints from vim-gh-line plugin set.

let g:gh_trace = 1

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