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elindsey authored and sukima committed Jul 15, 2010
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  3. +5 −0 build.vim
  4. +235 −0 doc/xml-plugin.txt
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+PLUGIN = xmledit
+SOURCE = ftplugin/xml.vim
+SOURCE += doc/xml-plugin.txt
+${PLUGIN}.vba: ${SOURCE}
+ vim --cmd 'let g:plugin_name="${PLUGIN}"' -S build.vim -cq!
+ rsync -Rv ${SOURCE} ${HOME}/.vim/
+ rm ${PLUGIN}.vba
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+let g:vimball_home = "."
+e Makefile
+execute '%MkVimball!' . g:plugin_name
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+*xml-plugin.txt* Help edit XML and SGML documents. #version#
+ XML Edit
+A filetype plugin to help edit XML and SGML documents.
+This script provides some convenience when editing XML (and some SGML
+including HTML) formated documents. It allows you to jump to the beginning
+or end of the tag block your cursor is in. '%' will jump between '<' and '>'
+within the tag your cursor is in. When in insert mode and you finish a tag
+(pressing '>') the tag will be completed. If you press '>' twice it will
+complete the tag and place the cursor in the middle of the tags on it's own
+line (helps with nested tags).
+Usage: Place this file into your ftplugin directory. To add html support
+Sym-link or copy this file to html.vim in your ftplugin directory. To activte
+the script place 'filetype plugin on' in your |.vimrc| file. See |ftplugins|
+for more information on this topic.
+If the file edited is of type "html" and "xml_use_html" is defined then the
+following tags will not auto complete:
+<img>, <input>, <param>, <frame>, <br>, <hr>, <meta>, <link>, <base>, <area>
+If the file edited is of type 'html' and 'xml_use_xhtml' is defined the above
+tags will autocomplete the xml closing staying xhtml compatable.
+ex. <hr> becomes <hr /> (see |xml-plugin-settings|)
+NOTE: If you used the VIM 5.x version of this file (xmledit.vim) you'll need
+to comment out the section where you called it. It is no longer used in the
+VIM 6.x version.
+Known Bugs
+- This script will modify registers ". and "x; register "" will be restored.
+- < & > marks inside of a CDATA section are interpreted as actual XML tags
+ even if unmatched.
+- Although the script can handle leading spaces such as < tag></ tag> it is
+ illegal XML syntax and considered very bad form.
+- Placing a literal `>' in an attribute value will auto complete dispite that
+ the start tag isn't finished. This is poor XML anyway you should use
+ &gt; instead.
+- The matching algorithm can handle illegal tag characters where as the tag
+ completion algorithm can not.
+ *xml-plugin-mappings*
+<LocalLeader> is a setting in VIM that depicts a prefix for scripts and
+plugins to use. By default this is the backslash key `\'. See |mapleader|
+for details.
+ Normal or Insert - Continue editing after the ending tag. This
+ option requires xml_jump_string to be set to function. When a tag
+ is completed it will append the xml_jump_string. Once this mapping
+ is ran it will delete the next xml_jump_string pattern to the right
+ of the curser and delete it leaving you in insert mode to continue
+ editing.
+ Normal - Will clear the entire file of left over xml_jump_string garbage.
+ * This will also happen automatically when you save the file. *
+ Visual - Place a custom XML tag to suround the selected text. You
+ need to have selected text in visual mode before you can use this
+ mapping. See |visual-mode| for details.
+<LocalLeader>. or <LocalLeader>>
+ Insert - Place a literal '>' without parsing tag.
+<LocalLeader>5 or <LocalLeader>%
+ Normal or Visual - Jump to the begining or end tag.
+ Normal - Deletes the surrounding tags from the cursor. >
+ <tag1>outter <tag2>inner text</tag2> text</tag1>
+ ^
+< Turns to: >
+ outter <tag2>inner text</tag2> text
+ ^
+ *xml-plugin-settings*
+(All options must be placed in your |.vimrc| prior to the |ftplugin|
+ Use this setting to change the default mapping to auto complete a
+ tag. By default typing a literal `>' will cause the tag your editing
+ to auto complete; pressing twice will auto nest the tag. By using
+ this setting the `>' will be a literal `>' and you must use the new
+ mapping to perform auto completion and auto nesting. For example if
+ you wanted Control-L to perform auto completion inmstead of typing a
+ `>' place the following into your .vimrc: >
+ let xml_tag_completion_map = "<C-l>"
+ Sets a pattern that is used to distinguish XML syntax elements that
+ identify xml tags. By defult the value is 'html\|xml\|docbk'. This
+ means that all syntax items that start with "html", "xml" or "docbk" are
+ treated as XML tags. In case a completion is triggered after a syntax
+ element that does not match this pattern the end tag will not be inserted.
+ The pattern should match at the beginning of a syntax element name.
+ If you edit XSLT files you probably want to add "xsl" to the list (note
+ the signle quotes): >
+ let xml_tag_syntax_prefixes = 'html\|xml\|xsl\|docbk'
+ This turns off the auto nesting feature. After a completion is made
+ and another `>' is typed xml-edit automatically will break the tag
+ accross multiple lines and indent the curser to make creating nested
+ tqags easier. This feature turns it off. Enter the following in your
+ .vimrc: >
+ let xml_no_auto_nesting = 1
+ When editing HTML this will auto close the short tags to make valid
+ XML like <hr /> and <br />. Enter the following in your vimrc to
+ turn this option on: >
+ let xml_use_xhtml = 1
+ This turns off the support for HTML specific tags. Place this in your
+ .vimrc: >
+ let xml_no_html = 1
+ This turns off the support for continuing edits after an ending tag.
+ xml_jump_string can be any string how ever a simple character will
+ suffice. Pick a character or small string that is unique and will
+ not interfer with your normal editing. See the <LocalLeader>Space
+ mapping for more.
+ .vimrc: >
+ let xml_jump_string = "`"
+ *xml-plugin-callbacks*
+Callback Functions
+A callback function is a function used to customize features on a per tag
+basis. For example say you wish to have a default set of attributs when you
+type an empty tag like this:
+ You type: <tag>
+ You get: <tag default="attributes"></tag>
+This is for any script programmers who wish to add xml-plugin support to
+there own filetype plugins.
+Callback functions recive one attribute variable which is the tag name. The
+all must return either a string or the number zero. If it returns a string
+the plugin will place the string in the proper location. If it is a zero the
+plugin will ignore and continue as if no callback existed.
+The following are implemented callback functions:
+ This is used to add default attributes to html tag. It is intended
+ for HTML files only.
+ This is a generic callback for xml tags intended to add attributes.
+ *xml-plugin-html*
+Callback Example
+The following is an example of using XmlAttribCallback in your .vimrc
+ function XmlAttribCallback (xml_tag)
+ if a:xml_tag ==? "my-xml-tag"
+ return "attributes=\"my xml attributes\""
+ else
+ return 0
+ endif
+ endfunction
+The following is a sample html.vim file type plugin you could use:
+ " Vim script file vim600:fdm=marker:
+ " FileType: HTML
+ " Maintainer: Devin Weaver <vim (at)>
+ " Location:
+ " This is a wrapper script to add extra html support to xml documents.
+ " Original script can be seen in xml-plugin documentation.
+ " Only do this when not done yet for this buffer
+ if exists("b:did_ftplugin")
+ finish
+ endif
+ " Don't set 'b:did_ftplugin = 1' because that is xml.vim's responsability.
+ let b:html_mode = 1
+ if !exists("*HtmlAttribCallback")
+ function HtmlAttribCallback( xml_tag )
+ if a:xml_tag ==? "table"
+ return "cellpadding=\"0\" cellspacing=\"0\" border=\"0\""
+ elseif a:xml_tag ==? "link"
+ return "href=\"/site.css\" rel=\"StyleSheet\" type=\"text/css\""
+ elseif a:xml_tag ==? "body"
+ return "bgcolor=\"white\""
+ elseif a:xml_tag ==? "frame"
+ return "name=\"NAME\" src=\"/\" scrolling=\"auto\" noresize"
+ elseif a:xml_tag ==? "frameset"
+ return "rows=\"0,*\" cols=\"*,0\" border=\"0\""
+ elseif a:xml_tag ==? "img"
+ return "src=\"\" width=\"0\" height=\"0\" border=\"0\" alt=\"\""
+ elseif a:xml_tag ==? "a"
+ if has("browse")
+ " Look up a file to fill the href. Used in local relative file
+ " links. typeing your own href before closing the tag with `>'
+ " will override this.
+ let cwd = getcwd()
+ let cwd = substitute (cwd, "\\", "/", "g")
+ let href = browse (0, "Link to href...", getcwd(), "")
+ let href = substitute (href, cwd . "/", "", "")
+ let href = substitute (href, " ", "%20", "g")
+ else
+ let href = ""
+ endif
+ return "href=\"" . href . "\""
+ else
+ return 0
+ endif
+ endfunction
+ endif
+ " On to loading xml.vim
+ runtime ftplugin/xml.vim
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