Here is a quick fix to allow users to add private pasties. Simply set pastie_private to 1 in your vim config or on the fly :let pastie_private=1.
Add possibility to add private pastie
The glob in the autocmds only matches pasties that end in a number, no? Should probably broaden it to [0-9a-f].
You say you can put let pastie_private=1 in your vimrc, but you clobber it at the top of the plugin. You should wrap it in a if !exists('g:pastie_private')
I'm not a huge fan of using a global variable, but the :Pastie interface is so overloaded it's hard to come up with a better interface.
Indeed it should be [0-9a-f] so it'll be possible to edit the paste. I'm not sure how to fix this though, this is my first Vim script attempt.
Using global variable isn't the cleanest way but I don't see how else I could have done that.
Any suggestions? I'd love to update my pull request with something more decent ;)
Basically just replace all occurrences of [0-9] with [0-9a-f], and give it a spin afterwards to make sure it didn't have any unintended consequences.
If I had a better suggestion than a global variable, I would have told you :) It's the reason I didn't add support for them several years ago.
I have commited the proposed fixes that Tim suggested in https://github.com/simmel/vim-pastie
garno did you update your pull request with the changes too?
Thanks simmel. You should probably make a pull request though, since it solves an issue in the original release. Currently using yours since I'm using Vundle.
Thanks @timss. While cleaning old forks I found your comment = )