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*tlib.txt* tlib -- A library of vim functions
Author: Tom Link, micathom at gmail com
This library provides some utility functions. There isn't much need to
install it unless another plugin requires you to do so.
Most of the library is included in autoload files. No autocommands are
created. With the exception of loading ../plugin/02tlib.vim at startup
the library has no impact on startup time or anything else.
The change-log is included at the bottom of ../plugin/02tlib.vim
(move the cursor over the file name and type gfG)
Demo of |tlib#input#List()|:
http://vimsomnia.blogspot.com/2010/11/selecting-items-from-list-with-tlibs.html
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Install~
Edit the vba file and type: >
:so %
See :help vimball for details. If you have difficulties, please make
sure, you have the current version of vimball (vimscript #1502)
installed.
========================================================================
Contents~
:TRequire ............................... |:TRequire|
:TLet ................................... |:TLet|
:TScratch ............................... |:TScratch|
:TVarArg ................................ |:TVarArg|
:TKeyArg ................................ |:TKeyArg|
:TBrowseOutput .......................... |:TBrowseOutput|
:TBrowseScriptnames ..................... |:TBrowseScriptnames|
:TTimeCommand ........................... |:TTimeCommand|
g:tlib_pick_last_item ................... |g:tlib_pick_last_item|
g:tlib_sortprefs_threshold .............. |g:tlib_sortprefs_threshold|
g:tlib_scratch_pos ...................... |g:tlib_scratch_pos|
g:tlib_inputlist_pct .................... |g:tlib_inputlist_pct|
g:tlib_inputlist_width_filename ......... |g:tlib_inputlist_width_filename|
g:tlib_inputlist_higroup ................ |g:tlib_inputlist_higroup|
g:tlib_inputlist_livesearch_threshold ... |g:tlib_inputlist_livesearch_threshold|
g:tlib_inputlist_filename_indicators .... |g:tlib_inputlist_filename_indicators|
g:tlib_inputlist_match .................. |g:tlib_inputlist_match|
g:tlib_inputlist_shortmessage ........... |g:tlib_inputlist_shortmessage|
g:tlib_tags_extra ....................... |g:tlib_tags_extra|
g:tlib_tag_substitute ................... |g:tlib_tag_substitute|
g:tlib_filename_sep ..................... |g:tlib_filename_sep|
g:tlib_cache ............................ |g:tlib_cache|
g:tlib_viewline_position ................ |g:tlib_viewline_position|
g:tlib_inputlist_and .................... |g:tlib_inputlist_and|
g:tlib_inputlist_or ..................... |g:tlib_inputlist_or|
g:tlib_inputlist_not .................... |g:tlib_inputlist_not|
g:tlib_numeric_chars .................... |g:tlib_numeric_chars|
g:tlib_keyagents_InputList_s ............ |g:tlib_keyagents_InputList_s|
g:tlib_scroll_lines ..................... |g:tlib_scroll_lines|
g:tlib_keyagents_InputList_m ............ |g:tlib_keyagents_InputList_m|
g:tlib_handlers_EditList ................ |g:tlib_handlers_EditList|
g:tlib_debug ............................ |g:tlib_debug|
tlib#notify#Echo ........................ |tlib#notify#Echo()|
tlib#notify#TrimMessage ................. |tlib#notify#TrimMessage()|
g:tlib_persistent ....................... |g:tlib_persistent|
tlib#persistent#Dir ..................... |tlib#persistent#Dir()|
tlib#persistent#Filename ................ |tlib#persistent#Filename()|
tlib#persistent#Get ..................... |tlib#persistent#Get()|
tlib#persistent#Value ................... |tlib#persistent#Value()|
tlib#persistent#Save .................... |tlib#persistent#Save()|
g:tlib#vim#simalt_maximize .............. |g:tlib#vim#simalt_maximize|
g:tlib#vim#simalt_restore ............... |g:tlib#vim#simalt_restore|
g:tlib#vim#use_vimtweak ................. |g:tlib#vim#use_vimtweak|
tlib#vim#Maximize ....................... |tlib#vim#Maximize()|
tlib#vim#RestoreWindow .................. |tlib#vim#RestoreWindow()|
g:tlib#vim#use_wmctrl ................... |g:tlib#vim#use_wmctrl|
tlib#progressbar#Init ................... |tlib#progressbar#Init()|
tlib#progressbar#Display ................ |tlib#progressbar#Display()|
tlib#progressbar#Restore ................ |tlib#progressbar#Restore()|
tlib#eval#FormatValue ................... |tlib#eval#FormatValue()|
tlib#list#Inject ........................ |tlib#list#Inject()|
tlib#list#Compact ....................... |tlib#list#Compact()|
tlib#list#Flatten ....................... |tlib#list#Flatten()|
tlib#list#FindAll ....................... |tlib#list#FindAll()|
tlib#list#Find .......................... |tlib#list#Find()|
tlib#list#Any ........................... |tlib#list#Any()|
tlib#list#All ........................... |tlib#list#All()|
tlib#list#Remove ........................ |tlib#list#Remove()|
tlib#list#RemoveAll ..................... |tlib#list#RemoveAll()|
tlib#list#Zip ........................... |tlib#list#Zip()|
tlib#list#Uniq .......................... |tlib#list#Uniq()|
tlib#cmd#OutputAsList ................... |tlib#cmd#OutputAsList()|
tlib#cmd#BrowseOutput ................... |tlib#cmd#BrowseOutput()|
tlib#cmd#BrowseOutputWithCallback ....... |tlib#cmd#BrowseOutputWithCallback()|
tlib#cmd#DefaultBrowseOutput ............ |tlib#cmd#DefaultBrowseOutput()|
tlib#cmd#ParseScriptname ................ |tlib#cmd#ParseScriptname()|
tlib#cmd#UseVertical .................... |tlib#cmd#UseVertical()|
tlib#cmd#Time ........................... |tlib#cmd#Time()|
tlib#syntax#Collect ..................... |tlib#syntax#Collect()|
tlib#syntax#Names ....................... |tlib#syntax#Names()|
tlib#balloon#Register ................... |tlib#balloon#Register()|
tlib#balloon#Remove ..................... |tlib#balloon#Remove()|
tlib#balloon#Expr ....................... |tlib#balloon#Expr()|
g:tlib#vcs#def .......................... |g:tlib#vcs#def|
g:tlib#vcs#executables .................. |g:tlib#vcs#executables|
g:tlib#vcs#check ........................ |g:tlib#vcs#check|
tlib#vcs#FindVCS ........................ |tlib#vcs#FindVCS()|
tlib#vcs#Ls ............................. |tlib#vcs#Ls()|
tlib#vcs#Diff ........................... |tlib#vcs#Diff()|
tlib#char#Get ........................... |tlib#char#Get()|
tlib#char#IsAvailable ................... |tlib#char#IsAvailable()|
tlib#char#GetWithTimeout ................ |tlib#char#GetWithTimeout()|
tlib#scratch#UseScratch ................. |tlib#scratch#UseScratch()|
tlib#scratch#CloseScratch ............... |tlib#scratch#CloseScratch()|
tlib#autocmdgroup#Init .................. |tlib#autocmdgroup#Init()|
g:tlib#cache#purge_days ................. |g:tlib#cache#purge_days|
g:tlib#cache#purge_every_days ........... |g:tlib#cache#purge_every_days|
g:tlib#cache#script_encoding ............ |g:tlib#cache#script_encoding|
g:tlib#cache#run_script ................. |g:tlib#cache#run_script|
g:tlib#cache#verbosity .................. |g:tlib#cache#verbosity|
g:tlib#cache#dont_purge ................. |g:tlib#cache#dont_purge|
tlib#cache#Dir .......................... |tlib#cache#Dir()|
tlib#cache#Filename ..................... |tlib#cache#Filename()|
tlib#cache#Save ......................... |tlib#cache#Save()|
tlib#cache#Get .......................... |tlib#cache#Get()|
tlib#cache#Value ........................ |tlib#cache#Value()|
tlib#cache#MaybePurge ................... |tlib#cache#MaybePurge()|
tlib#cache#Purge ........................ |tlib#cache#Purge()|
tlib#cache#ListFilesInCache ............. |tlib#cache#ListFilesInCache()|
tlib#normal#WithRegister ................ |tlib#normal#WithRegister()|
tlib#time#MSecs ......................... |tlib#time#MSecs()|
tlib#time#Now ........................... |tlib#time#Now()|
tlib#time#Diff .......................... |tlib#time#Diff()|
tlib#time#DiffMSecs ..................... |tlib#time#DiffMSecs()|
tlib#var#Let ............................ |tlib#var#Let()|
tlib#var#EGet ........................... |tlib#var#EGet()|
tlib#var#Get ............................ |tlib#var#Get()|
tlib#var#List ........................... |tlib#var#List()|
tlib#agent#Exit ......................... |tlib#agent#Exit()|
tlib#agent#CopyItems .................... |tlib#agent#CopyItems()|
tlib#agent#PageUp ....................... |tlib#agent#PageUp()|
tlib#agent#PageDown ..................... |tlib#agent#PageDown()|
tlib#agent#Up ........................... |tlib#agent#Up()|
tlib#agent#Down ......................... |tlib#agent#Down()|
tlib#agent#UpN .......................... |tlib#agent#UpN()|
tlib#agent#DownN ........................ |tlib#agent#DownN()|
tlib#agent#ShiftLeft .................... |tlib#agent#ShiftLeft()|
tlib#agent#ShiftRight ................... |tlib#agent#ShiftRight()|
tlib#agent#Reset ........................ |tlib#agent#Reset()|
tlib#agent#Input ........................ |tlib#agent#Input()|
tlib#agent#SuspendToParentWindow ........ |tlib#agent#SuspendToParentWindow()|
tlib#agent#Suspend ...................... |tlib#agent#Suspend()|
tlib#agent#Help ......................... |tlib#agent#Help()|
tlib#agent#OR ........................... |tlib#agent#OR()|
tlib#agent#AND .......................... |tlib#agent#AND()|
tlib#agent#ReduceFilter ................. |tlib#agent#ReduceFilter()|
tlib#agent#PopFilter .................... |tlib#agent#PopFilter()|
tlib#agent#Debug ........................ |tlib#agent#Debug()|
tlib#agent#Select ....................... |tlib#agent#Select()|
tlib#agent#SelectUp ..................... |tlib#agent#SelectUp()|
tlib#agent#SelectDown ................... |tlib#agent#SelectDown()|
tlib#agent#SelectAll .................... |tlib#agent#SelectAll()|
tlib#agent#ToggleStickyList ............. |tlib#agent#ToggleStickyList()|
tlib#agent#EditItem ..................... |tlib#agent#EditItem()|
tlib#agent#NewItem ...................... |tlib#agent#NewItem()|
tlib#agent#DeleteItems .................. |tlib#agent#DeleteItems()|
tlib#agent#Cut .......................... |tlib#agent#Cut()|
tlib#agent#Copy ......................... |tlib#agent#Copy()|
tlib#agent#Paste ........................ |tlib#agent#Paste()|
tlib#agent#EditReturnValue .............. |tlib#agent#EditReturnValue()|
tlib#agent#ViewFile ..................... |tlib#agent#ViewFile()|
tlib#agent#EditFile ..................... |tlib#agent#EditFile()|
tlib#agent#EditFileInSplit .............. |tlib#agent#EditFileInSplit()|
tlib#agent#EditFileInVSplit ............. |tlib#agent#EditFileInVSplit()|
tlib#agent#EditFileInTab ................ |tlib#agent#EditFileInTab()|
tlib#agent#ToggleScrollbind ............. |tlib#agent#ToggleScrollbind()|
tlib#agent#ShowInfo ..................... |tlib#agent#ShowInfo()|
tlib#agent#PreviewLine .................. |tlib#agent#PreviewLine()|
tlib#agent#GotoLine ..................... |tlib#agent#GotoLine()|
tlib#agent#DoAtLine ..................... |tlib#agent#DoAtLine()|
tlib#agent#Wildcard ..................... |tlib#agent#Wildcard()|
tlib#agent#Null ......................... |tlib#agent#Null()|
tlib#agent#ExecAgentByName .............. |tlib#agent#ExecAgentByName()|
tlib#agent#CompleteAgentNames ........... |tlib#agent#CompleteAgentNames()|
g:tlib#Filter_cnfx#expander ............. |g:tlib#Filter_cnfx#expander|
tlib#Filter_cnfx#New .................... |tlib#Filter_cnfx#New()|
tlib#url#Decode ......................... |tlib#url#Decode()|
tlib#url#DecodeChar ..................... |tlib#url#DecodeChar()|
tlib#url#EncodeChar ..................... |tlib#url#EncodeChar()|
tlib#url#Encode ......................... |tlib#url#Encode()|
tlib#signs#ClearAll ..................... |tlib#signs#ClearAll()|
tlib#signs#ClearBuffer .................. |tlib#signs#ClearBuffer()|
tlib#signs#Mark ......................... |tlib#signs#Mark()|
tlib#rx#Escape .......................... |tlib#rx#Escape()|
tlib#rx#EscapeReplace ................... |tlib#rx#EscapeReplace()|
tlib#rx#Suffixes ........................ |tlib#rx#Suffixes()|
tlib#tag#Retrieve ....................... |tlib#tag#Retrieve()|
tlib#tag#Collect ........................ |tlib#tag#Collect()|
tlib#tag#Format ......................... |tlib#tag#Format()|
tlib#map#PumAccept ...................... |tlib#map#PumAccept()|
tlib#Filter_cnfd#New .................... |tlib#Filter_cnfd#New()|
g:tlib#input#use_popup .................. |g:tlib#input#use_popup|
g:tlib#input#format_filename ............ |g:tlib#input#format_filename|
g:tlib#input#filename_padding_r ......... |g:tlib#input#filename_padding_r|
g:tlib#input#filename_max_width ......... |g:tlib#input#filename_max_width|
tlib#input#List ......................... |tlib#input#List()|
tlib#input#ListD ........................ |tlib#input#ListD()|
tlib#input#ListW ........................ |tlib#input#ListW()|
tlib#input#EditList ..................... |tlib#input#EditList()|
tlib#input#Resume ....................... |tlib#input#Resume()|
tlib#input#CommandSelect ................ |tlib#input#CommandSelect()|
tlib#input#Edit ......................... |tlib#input#Edit()|
tlib#input#Dialog ....................... |tlib#input#Dialog()|
tlib#file#Split ......................... |tlib#file#Split()|
tlib#file#Join .......................... |tlib#file#Join()|
tlib#file#Relative ...................... |tlib#file#Relative()|
tlib#file#With .......................... |tlib#file#With()|
tlib#paragraph#GetMetric ................ |tlib#paragraph#GetMetric()|
tlib#paragraph#Move ..................... |tlib#paragraph#Move()|
tlib#World#New .......................... |tlib#World#New()|
tlib#tab#BufMap ......................... |tlib#tab#BufMap()|
tlib#tab#TabWinNr ....................... |tlib#tab#TabWinNr()|
tlib#tab#Set ............................ |tlib#tab#Set()|
tlib#date#DiffInDays .................... |tlib#date#DiffInDays()|
tlib#date#Parse ......................... |tlib#date#Parse()|
tlib#date#SecondsSince1970 .............. |tlib#date#SecondsSince1970()|
tlib#type#IsNumber ...................... |tlib#type#IsNumber()|
tlib#type#IsString ...................... |tlib#type#IsString()|
tlib#type#IsFuncref ..................... |tlib#type#IsFuncref()|
tlib#type#IsList ........................ |tlib#type#IsList()|
tlib#type#IsDictionary .................. |tlib#type#IsDictionary()|
tlib#Filter_fuzzy#New ................... |tlib#Filter_fuzzy#New()|
tlib#textobjects#StandardParagraph ...... |standard-paragraph|
tlib#textobjects#Init ................... |tlib#textobjects#Init()|
v_sp .................................... |v_sp|
o_sp .................................... |o_sp|
tlib#arg#Get ............................ |tlib#arg#Get()|
tlib#arg#Let ............................ |tlib#arg#Let()|
tlib#arg#Key ............................ |tlib#arg#Key()|
tlib#arg#StringAsKeyArgs ................ |tlib#arg#StringAsKeyArgs()|
tlib#arg#Ex ............................. |tlib#arg#Ex()|
tlib#dir#CanonicName .................... |tlib#dir#CanonicName()|
tlib#dir#PlainName ...................... |tlib#dir#PlainName()|
tlib#dir#Ensure ......................... |tlib#dir#Ensure()|
tlib#dir#MyRuntime ...................... |tlib#dir#MyRuntime()|
tlib#dir#CD ............................. |tlib#dir#CD()|
tlib#dir#Push ........................... |tlib#dir#Push()|
tlib#dir#Pop ............................ |tlib#dir#Pop()|
tlib#win#Set ............................ |tlib#win#Set()|
tlib#win#GetLayout ...................... |tlib#win#GetLayout()|
tlib#win#SetLayout ...................... |tlib#win#SetLayout()|
tlib#win#List ........................... |tlib#win#List()|
tlib#win#Width .......................... |tlib#win#Width()|
tlib#win#WinDo .......................... |tlib#win#WinDo()|
tlib#comments#Comments .................. |tlib#comments#Comments()|
tlib#Filter_cnf#New ..................... |tlib#Filter_cnf#New()|
prototype.Pretty
tlib#Object#New ......................... |tlib#Object#New()|
prototype.New
prototype.Inherit
prototype.Extend
prototype.IsA
prototype.IsRelated
prototype.RespondTo
prototype.Super
tlib#Object#Methods ..................... |tlib#Object#Methods()|
tlib#buffer#EnableMRU ................... |tlib#buffer#EnableMRU()|
tlib#buffer#DisableMRU .................. |tlib#buffer#DisableMRU()|
tlib#buffer#Set ......................... |tlib#buffer#Set()|
tlib#buffer#Eval ........................ |tlib#buffer#Eval()|
tlib#buffer#GetList ..................... |tlib#buffer#GetList()|
tlib#buffer#ViewLine .................... |tlib#buffer#ViewLine()|
tlib#buffer#HighlightLine ............... |tlib#buffer#HighlightLine()|
tlib#buffer#DeleteRange ................. |tlib#buffer#DeleteRange()|
tlib#buffer#ReplaceRange ................ |tlib#buffer#ReplaceRange()|
tlib#buffer#ScratchStart ................ |tlib#buffer#ScratchStart()|
tlib#buffer#ScratchEnd .................. |tlib#buffer#ScratchEnd()|
tlib#buffer#BufDo ....................... |tlib#buffer#BufDo()|
tlib#buffer#InsertText .................. |tlib#buffer#InsertText()|
tlib#buffer#InsertText0 ................. |tlib#buffer#InsertText0()|
tlib#buffer#CurrentByte ................. |tlib#buffer#CurrentByte()|
tlib#buffer#KeepCursorPosition .......... |tlib#buffer#KeepCursorPosition()|
tlib#hook#Run ........................... |tlib#hook#Run()|
tlib#string#RemoveBackslashes ........... |tlib#string#RemoveBackslashes()|
tlib#string#Chomp ....................... |tlib#string#Chomp()|
tlib#string#Format ...................... |tlib#string#Format()|
tlib#string#Printf1 ..................... |tlib#string#Printf1()|
tlib#string#TrimLeft .................... |tlib#string#TrimLeft()|
tlib#string#TrimRight ................... |tlib#string#TrimRight()|
tlib#string#Strip ....................... |tlib#string#Strip()|
tlib#string#Count ....................... |tlib#string#Count()|
========================================================================
plugin/02tlib.vim~
*:TRequire*
:TRequire NAME [VERSION [FILE]]
Make a certain vim file is loaded.
Conventions: If FILE isn't defined, plugin/NAME.vim is loaded. The
file must provide a variable loaded_{NAME} that represents the version
number.
*:TLet*
:TLet VAR = VALUE
Set a variable only if it doesn't already exist.
EXAMPLES: >
TLet foo = 1
TLet foo = 2
echo foo
=> 1
<
*:TScratch*
:TScratch
Open a scratch buffer (a buffer without a file).
TScratch ... use split window
TScratch! ... use the whole frame
This command takes an (inner) dictionary as optional argument.
EXAMPLES: >
TScratch 'scratch': '__FOO__'
=> Open a scratch buffer named __FOO__
<
*:TVarArg*
:TVarArg VAR1, [VAR2, DEFAULT2] ...
A convenience wrapper for |tlib#arg#Let|.
EXAMPLES: >
function! Foo(...)
TVarArg ['a', 1], 'b'
echo 'a='. a
echo 'b='. b
endf
<
*:TKeyArg*
:TKeyArg DICT, VAR1, [VAR2, DEFAULT2] ...
A convenience wrapper for |tlib#arg#Let|.
EXAMPLES: >
function! Foo(keyargs)
TKeyArg a:keyargs, ['a', 1], 'b'
echo 'a='. a
echo 'b='. b
endf
<
*:TBrowseOutput*
:TBrowseOutput COMMAND
Ever wondered how to efficiently browse the output of a command
without redirecting it to a file? This command takes a command as
argument and presents the output via |tlib#input#List()| so that you
can easily search for a keyword (e.g. the name of a variable or
function) and the like.
If you press enter, the selected line will be copied to the command
line. Press ESC to cancel browsing.
EXAMPLES: >
TBrowseOutput 20verb TeaseTheCulprit
<
*:TBrowseScriptnames*
:TBrowseScriptnames
List all sourced script names (the output of ':scriptnames').
When you press enter, the selected script will be opened in the current
window. Press ESC to cancel.
EXAMPLES: >
TBrowseScriptnames
<
*:TTimeCommand*
:TTimeCommand CMD
Time the execution time of CMD.
Variables~
*g:tlib_pick_last_item*
g:tlib_pick_last_item (default: 1)
When 1, automatically select the last remaining item only if the list
had only one item to begin with.
When 2, automatically select a last remaining item after applying
any filters.
See |tlib#input#List()|.
*g:tlib_sortprefs_threshold*
g:tlib_sortprefs_threshold (default: 200)
If a list is bigger than this value, don't try to be smart when
selecting an item. Be slightly faster instead.
See |tlib#input#List()|.
*g:tlib_scratch_pos*
g:tlib_scratch_pos (default: 'botright')
Scratch window position. By default the list window is opened on the
bottom. Set this variable to 'topleft' or '' to change this behaviour.
See |tlib#input#List()|.
*g:tlib_inputlist_pct*
g:tlib_inputlist_pct (default: 50)
Size of the input list window (in percent) from the main size (of &lines).
See |tlib#input#List()|.
*g:tlib_inputlist_width_filename*
g:tlib_inputlist_width_filename (default: '&co / 3')
Size of filename columns when listing filenames.
See |tlib#input#List()|.
*g:tlib_inputlist_higroup*
g:tlib_inputlist_higroup (default: 'IncSearch')
The highlight group to use for showing matches in the input list
window.
See |tlib#input#List()|.
*g:tlib_inputlist_livesearch_threshold*
g:tlib_inputlist_livesearch_threshold (default: 1000)
If a list contains more items, |tlib#input#List()| does not perform an
incremental "live search" but uses |input()| to query the user for a
filter. This is useful on slower machines or with very long lists.
*g:tlib_inputlist_filename_indicators*
g:tlib_inputlist_filename_indicators (default: 0)
If true, |tlib#input#List()| will show some indicators about the
status of a filename (e.g. buflisted(), bufloaded() etc.).
This is disabled by default because vim checks also for the file on
disk when doing this.
*g:tlib_inputlist_match*
g:tlib_inputlist_match (default: 'cnfx')
Determine how |tlib#input#List()| and related functions work.
Can be "cnf", "cnfd", "cnfx", "seq", or "fuzzy". See:
cnfx ... Like cnfd but |g:tlib#Filter_cnfx#expander| is interpreted
as a wildcard (this is the default method)
- A plus character ("+") acts as a wildcard as if ".\{-}" (see
|/\{-|) were entered.
- Examples:
- "f+o" matches "fo", "fxo", and "fxxxoo", but doesn't match
"far".
- Otherwise it is a derivate of the cnf method (see below).
- See also |tlib#Filter_cnfx#New()|.
cnfd ... Like cnf but "." is interpreted as a wildcard, i.e. it is
expanded to "\.\{-}"
- A period character (".") acts as a wildcard as if ".\{-}" (see
|/\{-|) were entered.
- Examples:
- "f.o" matches "fo", "fxo", and "fxxxoo", but doesn't match
"far".
- Otherwise it is a derivate of the cnf method (see below).
- See also |tlib#Filter_cnfd#New()|.
cnf .... Match substrings
- A blank creates an AND conjunction, i.e. the next pattern has to
match too.
- A pipe character ("|") creates an OR conjunction, either this or
the next next pattern has to match.
- Patterns are very 'nomagic' |regexp| with a |\V| prefix.
- A pattern starting with "-" makes the filter exclude items
matching that pattern.
- Examples:
- "foo bar" matches items that contain the strings "foo" AND
"bar".
- "foo|bar boo|far" matches items that contain either ("foo" OR
"bar") AND ("boo" OR "far").
- See also |tlib#Filter_cnf#New()|.
seq .... Match sequences of characters
- |tlib#Filter_seq#New()|
fuzzy .. Match fuzzy character sequences
- |tlib#Filter_fuzzy#New()|
*g:tlib_inputlist_shortmessage*
g:tlib_inputlist_shortmessage (default: 0)
If not null, display only a short info about the filter.
*g:tlib_tags_extra*
g:tlib_tags_extra (default: '')
Extra tags for |tlib#tag#Retrieve()| (see there). Can also be buffer-local.
*g:tlib_tag_substitute*
g:tlib_tag_substitute
Filter the tag description through |substitute()| for these filetypes.
This applies only if the tag cmd field (see |taglist()|) is used.
*g:tlib_filename_sep*
g:tlib_filename_sep (default: '/')
*g:tlib_cache*
g:tlib_cache (default: '')
The cache directory. If empty, use |tlib#dir#MyRuntime|.'/cache'.
You might want to delete old files from this directory from time to
time with a command like: >
find ~/vimfiles/cache/ -atime +31 -type f -print -delete
<
*g:tlib_viewline_position*
g:tlib_viewline_position (default: 'zz')
Where to display the line when using |tlib#buffer#ViewLine|.
For possible values for position see |scroll-cursor|.
Keys for |tlib#input#List|~
*g:tlib_inputlist_and*
g:tlib_inputlist_and (default: ' ')
*g:tlib_inputlist_or*
g:tlib_inputlist_or (default: '|')
*g:tlib_inputlist_not*
g:tlib_inputlist_not (default: '-')
*g:tlib_numeric_chars*
g:tlib_numeric_chars
When editing a list with |tlib#input#List|, typing these numeric chars
(as returned by getchar()) will select an item based on its index, not
based on its name. I.e. in the default setting, typing a "4" will
select the fourth item, not the item called "4".
In order to make keys 0-9 filter the items in the list and make
<m-[0-9]> select an item by its index, remove the keys 48 to 57 from
this dictionary.
Format: [KEY] = BASE ... the number is calculated as KEY - BASE.
*g:tlib_keyagents_InputList_s*
g:tlib_keyagents_InputList_s
The default key bindings for single-item-select list views. If you
want to use <c-j>, <c-k> to move the cursor up and down, add these two
lines to after/plugin/02tlib.vim: >
let g:tlib_keyagents_InputList_s[10] = 'tlib#agent#Down' " <c-j>
let g:tlib_keyagents_InputList_s[11] = 'tlib#agent#Up' " <c-k>
<
*g:tlib_scroll_lines*
g:tlib_scroll_lines (default: 10)
Number of items to move when pressing <c-up/down> in the input list window.
*g:tlib_keyagents_InputList_m*
g:tlib_keyagents_InputList_m
*g:tlib_handlers_EditList*
g:tlib_handlers_EditList
*g:tlib_debug*
g:tlib_debug
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/notify.vim~
*tlib#notify#Echo()*
tlib#notify#Echo(text, ?style='')
Print text in the echo area. Temporarily disable 'ruler' and 'showcmd'
in order to prevent |press-enter| messages.
*tlib#notify#TrimMessage()*
tlib#notify#TrimMessage(message)
Contributed by Erik Falor:
If the line containing the message is too long, echoing it will cause
a 'Hit ENTER' prompt to appear. This function cleans up the line so
that does not happen.
The echoed line is too long if it is wider than the width of the
window, minus cmdline space taken up by the ruler and showcmd
features.
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/persistent.vim~
*g:tlib_persistent*
g:tlib_persistent (default: '')
The directory for persistent data files. If empty, use
|tlib#dir#MyRuntime|.'/share'.
*tlib#persistent#Dir()*
tlib#persistent#Dir(?mode = 'bg')
Return the full directory name for persistent data files.
*tlib#persistent#Filename()*
tlib#persistent#Filename(type, ?file=%, ?mkdir=0)
*tlib#persistent#Get()*
tlib#persistent#Get(cfile)
*tlib#persistent#Value()*
tlib#persistent#Value(...)
*tlib#persistent#Save()*
tlib#persistent#Save(cfile, dictionary)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/vim.vim~
*g:tlib#vim#simalt_maximize*
g:tlib#vim#simalt_maximize (default: 'x')
The alt-key for maximizing the window.
CAUTION: The value of this paramter depends on your locale and
maybe the windows version you are running.
*g:tlib#vim#simalt_restore*
g:tlib#vim#simalt_restore (default: 'r')
The alt-key for restoring the window.
CAUTION: The value of this paramter depends on your locale and
maybe the windows version you are running.
*g:tlib#vim#use_vimtweak*
g:tlib#vim#use_vimtweak (default: 0)
If true, use the vimtweak.dll for windows. This will enable
tlib to remove the caption for fullscreen windows.
*tlib#vim#Maximize()*
tlib#vim#Maximize(fullscreen)
Maximize the window.
You might need to redefine |g:tlib#vim#simalt_maximize| if it doesn't
work for you.
*tlib#vim#RestoreWindow()*
tlib#vim#RestoreWindow()
Restore the original vimsize after having called |tlib#vim#Maximize()|.
*g:tlib#vim#use_wmctrl*
g:tlib#vim#use_wmctrl (default: executable('wmctrl'))
If true, use wmctrl for X windows to make a window
maximized/fullscreen.
This is the preferred method for maximizing windows under X
windows. Some window managers have problem coping with the
default method of setting 'lines' and 'columns' to a large
value.
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/progressbar.vim~
*tlib#progressbar#Init()*
tlib#progressbar#Init(max, ...)
EXAMPLE: >
call tlib#progressbar#Init(20)
try
for i in range(20)
call tlib#progressbar#Display(i)
call DoSomethingThatTakesSomeTime(i)
endfor
finally
call tlib#progressbar#Restore()
endtry
<
*tlib#progressbar#Display()*
tlib#progressbar#Display(value, ...)
*tlib#progressbar#Restore()*
tlib#progressbar#Restore()
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/eval.vim~
*tlib#eval#FormatValue()*
tlib#eval#FormatValue(value, ...)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/list.vim~
*tlib#list#Inject()*
tlib#list#Inject(list, initial_value, funcref)
EXAMPLES: >
echo tlib#list#Inject([1,2,3], 0, function('Add')
=> 6
<
*tlib#list#Compact()*
tlib#list#Compact(list)
EXAMPLES: >
tlib#list#Compact([0,1,2,3,[], {}, ""])
=> [1,2,3]
<
*tlib#list#Flatten()*
tlib#list#Flatten(list)
EXAMPLES: >
tlib#list#Flatten([0,[1,2,[3,""]]])
=> [0,1,2,3,""]
<
*tlib#list#FindAll()*
tlib#list#FindAll(list, filter, ?process_expr="")
Basically the same as filter()
EXAMPLES: >
tlib#list#FindAll([1,2,3], 'v:val >= 2')
=> [2, 3]
<
*tlib#list#Find()*
tlib#list#Find(list, filter, ?default="", ?process_expr="")
EXAMPLES: >
tlib#list#Find([1,2,3], 'v:val >= 2')
=> 2
<
*tlib#list#Any()*
tlib#list#Any(list, expr)
EXAMPLES: >
tlib#list#Any([1,2,3], 'v:val >= 2')
=> 1
<
*tlib#list#All()*
tlib#list#All(list, expr)
EXAMPLES: >
tlib#list#All([1,2,3], 'v:val >= 2')
=> 0
<
*tlib#list#Remove()*
tlib#list#Remove(list, element)
EXAMPLES: >
tlib#list#Remove([1,2,1,2], 2)
=> [1,1,2]
<
*tlib#list#RemoveAll()*
tlib#list#RemoveAll(list, element)
EXAMPLES: >
tlib#list#RemoveAll([1,2,1,2], 2)
=> [1,1]
<
*tlib#list#Zip()*
tlib#list#Zip(lists, ?default='')
EXAMPLES: >
tlib#list#Zip([[1,2,3], [4,5,6]])
=> [[1,4], [2,5], [3,6]]
<
*tlib#list#Uniq()*
tlib#list#Uniq(list, ...)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/cmd.vim~
*tlib#cmd#OutputAsList()*
tlib#cmd#OutputAsList(command)
*tlib#cmd#BrowseOutput()*
tlib#cmd#BrowseOutput(command)
See |:TBrowseOutput|.
*tlib#cmd#BrowseOutputWithCallback()*
tlib#cmd#BrowseOutputWithCallback(callback, command)
Execute COMMAND and present its output in a |tlib#input#List()|;
when a line is selected, execute the function named as the CALLBACK
and pass in that line as an argument.
The CALLBACK function gives you an opportunity to massage the COMMAND output
and possibly act on it in a meaningful way. For example, if COMMAND listed
all URIs found in the current buffer, CALLBACK could validate and then open
the selected URI in the system's default browser.
This function is meant to be a tool to help compose the implementations of
powerful commands that use |tlib#input#List()| as a common interface. See
|TBrowseScriptnames| as an example.
EXAMPLES: >
call tlib#cmd#BrowseOutputWithCallback('tlib#cmd#ParseScriptname', 'scriptnames')
<
*tlib#cmd#DefaultBrowseOutput()*
tlib#cmd#DefaultBrowseOutput(cmd)
*tlib#cmd#ParseScriptname()*
tlib#cmd#ParseScriptname(line)
*tlib#cmd#UseVertical()*
tlib#cmd#UseVertical(?rx='')
Look at the history whether the command was called with vertical. If
an rx is provided check first if the last entry in the history matches
this rx.
*tlib#cmd#Time()*
tlib#cmd#Time(cmd)
Print the time in seconds or milliseconds (if your version of VIM
has |+reltime|) a command takes.
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/syntax.vim~
*tlib#syntax#Collect()*
tlib#syntax#Collect()
*tlib#syntax#Names()*
tlib#syntax#Names(?rx='')
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/balloon.vim~
*tlib#balloon#Register()*
tlib#balloon#Register(expr)
*tlib#balloon#Remove()*
tlib#balloon#Remove(expr)
*tlib#balloon#Expr()*
tlib#balloon#Expr()
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/vcs.vim~
*g:tlib#vcs#def*
g:tlib#vcs#def {...}
A dictionarie of supported VCS (currently: git, hg, svn, bzr).
*g:tlib#vcs#executables*
g:tlib#vcs#executables {...}
A dictionary of custom executables for VCS commands. If the value is
empty, support for that VCS will be removed. If no key is present, it
is assumed that the VCS "type" is the name of the executable.
*g:tlib#vcs#check*
g:tlib#vcs#check (default: has('win16') || has('win32') || has('win64') ? '%s.exe' : '%s')
If non-empty, use it as a format string to check whether a VCS is
installed on your computer.
*tlib#vcs#FindVCS()*
tlib#vcs#FindVCS(filename)
*tlib#vcs#Ls()*
tlib#vcs#Ls(?filename=bufname('%'), ?vcs=[type, dir])
Return the files under VCS.
*tlib#vcs#Diff()*
tlib#vcs#Diff(filename, ?vcs=[type, dir])
Return the diff for "filename"
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/char.vim~
*tlib#char#Get()*
tlib#char#Get(?timeout=0)
Get a character.
EXAMPLES: >
echo tlib#char#Get()
echo tlib#char#Get(5)
<
*tlib#char#IsAvailable()*
tlib#char#IsAvailable()
*tlib#char#GetWithTimeout()*
tlib#char#GetWithTimeout(timeout, ...)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/scratch.vim~
*tlib#scratch#UseScratch()*
tlib#scratch#UseScratch(?keyargs={})
Display a scratch buffer (a buffer with no file). See :TScratch for an
example.
Return the scratch buffer's number.
Values for keyargs:
scratch_split ... 1: split, 0: window, -1: tab
*tlib#scratch#CloseScratch()*
tlib#scratch#CloseScratch(keyargs, ...)
Close a scratch buffer as defined in keyargs (usually a World).
Return 1 if the scratch buffer is closed (or if it already was
closed).
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/autocmdgroup.vim~
*tlib#autocmdgroup#Init()*
tlib#autocmdgroup#Init()
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/cache.vim~
*g:tlib#cache#purge_days*
g:tlib#cache#purge_days (default: 31)
|tlib#cache#Purge()|: Remove cache files older than N days.
*g:tlib#cache#purge_every_days*
g:tlib#cache#purge_every_days (default: 31)
Purge the cache every N days. Disable automatic purging by setting
this value to a negative value.
*g:tlib#cache#script_encoding*
g:tlib#cache#script_encoding (default: &enc)
The encoding used for the purge-cache script.
Default: 'enc'
*g:tlib#cache#run_script*
g:tlib#cache#run_script (default: 1)
Whether to run the directory removal script:
0 ... No
1 ... Query user
2 ... Yes
*g:tlib#cache#verbosity*
g:tlib#cache#verbosity (default: 1)
Verbosity level:
0 ... Be quiet
1 ... Display informative message
2 ... Display detailed messages
*g:tlib#cache#dont_purge*
g:tlib#cache#dont_purge (default: ['[\/]\.last_purge$'])
A list of regexps that are matched against partial filenames of the
cached files. If a regexp matches, the file won't be removed by
|tlib#cache#Purge()|.
*tlib#cache#Dir()*
tlib#cache#Dir(?mode = 'bg')
The default cache directory.
*tlib#cache#Filename()*
tlib#cache#Filename(type, ?file=%, ?mkdir=0, ?dir='')
*tlib#cache#Save()*
tlib#cache#Save(cfile, dictionary)
*tlib#cache#Get()*
tlib#cache#Get(cfile)
*tlib#cache#Value()*
tlib#cache#Value(cfile, generator, ftime, ...)
Get a cached value from cfile. If it is outdated (compared to ftime)
or does not exist, create it calling a generator function.
*tlib#cache#MaybePurge()*
tlib#cache#MaybePurge()
Call |tlib#cache#Purge()| if the last purge was done before
|g:tlib#cache#purge_every_days|.
*tlib#cache#Purge()*
tlib#cache#Purge()
Delete old files.
*tlib#cache#ListFilesInCache()*
tlib#cache#ListFilesInCache(...)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/normal.vim~
*tlib#normal#WithRegister()*
tlib#normal#WithRegister(cmd, ?register='t', ?norm_cmd='norm!')
Execute a normal command while maintaining all registers.
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/time.vim~
*tlib#time#MSecs()*
tlib#time#MSecs()
*tlib#time#Now()*
tlib#time#Now()
*tlib#time#Diff()*
tlib#time#Diff(a, b, ...)
*tlib#time#DiffMSecs()*
tlib#time#DiffMSecs(a, b, ...)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/var.vim~
*tlib#var#Let()*
tlib#var#Let(name, val)
Define a variable called NAME if yet undefined.
You can also use the :TLLet command.
EXAMPLES: >
exec tlib#var#Let('g:foo', 1)
TLet g:foo = 1
<
*tlib#var#EGet()*
tlib#var#EGet(var, namespace, ?default='')
Retrieve a variable by searching several namespaces.
EXAMPLES: >
let g:foo = 1
let b:foo = 2
let w:foo = 3
echo eval(tlib#var#EGet('foo', 'vg')) => 1
echo eval(tlib#var#EGet('foo', 'bg')) => 2
echo eval(tlib#var#EGet('foo', 'wbg')) => 3
<
*tlib#var#Get()*
tlib#var#Get(var, namespace, ?default='')
Retrieve a variable by searching several namespaces.
EXAMPLES: >
let g:foo = 1
let b:foo = 2
let w:foo = 3
echo tlib#var#Get('foo', 'bg') => 1
echo tlib#var#Get('foo', 'bg') => 2
echo tlib#var#Get('foo', 'wbg') => 3
<
*tlib#var#List()*
tlib#var#List(rx, ?prefix='')
Get a list of variables matching rx.
EXAMPLE:
echo tlib#var#List('tlib_', 'g:')
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/agent.vim~
Various agents for use as key handlers in tlib#input#List()
*tlib#agent#Exit()*
tlib#agent#Exit(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#CopyItems()*
tlib#agent#CopyItems(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#PageUp()*
tlib#agent#PageUp(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#PageDown()*
tlib#agent#PageDown(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#Up()*
tlib#agent#Up(world, selected, ...)
*tlib#agent#Down()*
tlib#agent#Down(world, selected, ...)
*tlib#agent#UpN()*
tlib#agent#UpN(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#DownN()*
tlib#agent#DownN(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#ShiftLeft()*
tlib#agent#ShiftLeft(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#ShiftRight()*
tlib#agent#ShiftRight(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#Reset()*
tlib#agent#Reset(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#Input()*
tlib#agent#Input(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#SuspendToParentWindow()*
tlib#agent#SuspendToParentWindow(world, selected)
Suspend (see |tlib#agent#Suspend|) the input loop and jump back to the
original position in the parent window.
*tlib#agent#Suspend()*
tlib#agent#Suspend(world, selected)
Suspend lets you temporarily leave the input loop of
|tlib#input#List|. You can resume editing the list by pressing <c-z>,
<m-z>. <space>, <c-LeftMouse> or <MiddleMouse> in the suspended window.
<cr> and <LeftMouse> will immediatly select the item under the cursor.
< will select the item but the window will remain opened.
*tlib#agent#Help()*
tlib#agent#Help(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#OR()*
tlib#agent#OR(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#AND()*
tlib#agent#AND(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#ReduceFilter()*
tlib#agent#ReduceFilter(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#PopFilter()*
tlib#agent#PopFilter(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#Debug()*
tlib#agent#Debug(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#Select()*
tlib#agent#Select(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#SelectUp()*
tlib#agent#SelectUp(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#SelectDown()*
tlib#agent#SelectDown(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#SelectAll()*
tlib#agent#SelectAll(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#ToggleStickyList()*
tlib#agent#ToggleStickyList(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#EditItem()*
tlib#agent#EditItem(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#NewItem()*
tlib#agent#NewItem(world, selected)
Insert a new item below the current one.
*tlib#agent#DeleteItems()*
tlib#agent#DeleteItems(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#Cut()*
tlib#agent#Cut(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#Copy()*
tlib#agent#Copy(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#Paste()*
tlib#agent#Paste(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#EditReturnValue()*
tlib#agent#EditReturnValue(world, rv)
*tlib#agent#ViewFile()*
tlib#agent#ViewFile(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#EditFile()*
tlib#agent#EditFile(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#EditFileInSplit()*
tlib#agent#EditFileInSplit(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#EditFileInVSplit()*
tlib#agent#EditFileInVSplit(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#EditFileInTab()*
tlib#agent#EditFileInTab(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#ToggleScrollbind()*
tlib#agent#ToggleScrollbind(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#ShowInfo()*
tlib#agent#ShowInfo(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#PreviewLine()*
tlib#agent#PreviewLine(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#GotoLine()*
tlib#agent#GotoLine(world, selected)
If not called from the scratch, we assume/guess that we don't have to
suspend the input-evaluation loop.
*tlib#agent#DoAtLine()*
tlib#agent#DoAtLine(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#Wildcard()*
tlib#agent#Wildcard(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#Null()*
tlib#agent#Null(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#ExecAgentByName()*
tlib#agent#ExecAgentByName(world, selected)
*tlib#agent#CompleteAgentNames()*
tlib#agent#CompleteAgentNames(ArgLead, CmdLine, CursorPos)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/Filter_cnfx.vim~
*g:tlib#Filter_cnfx#expander*
g:tlib#Filter_cnfx#expander (default: '+')
A character that should be expanded to '\.\{-}'.
*tlib#Filter_cnfx#New()*
tlib#Filter_cnfx#New(...)
The same as |tlib#Filter_cnfd#New()| but a a customizable character
|see tlib#Filter_cnfx#expander| is expanded to '\.\{-}'.
The pattern is a '/\V' very no-'/magic' regexp pattern.
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/url.vim~
*tlib#url#Decode()*
tlib#url#Decode(url)
Decode an encoded URL.
*tlib#url#DecodeChar()*
tlib#url#DecodeChar(char)
Decode a single character.
*tlib#url#EncodeChar()*
tlib#url#EncodeChar(char)
Encode a single character.
*tlib#url#Encode()*
tlib#url#Encode(url, ...)
Encode an URL.
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/signs.vim~
*tlib#signs#ClearAll()*
tlib#signs#ClearAll(sign)
Clear all signs with name SIGN.
*tlib#signs#ClearBuffer()*
tlib#signs#ClearBuffer(sign, bufnr)
Clear all signs with name SIGN in buffer BUFNR.
*tlib#signs#Mark()*
tlib#signs#Mark(sign, list)
Add signs for all locations in LIST. LIST must adhere with the
quickfix list format (see |getqflist()|; only the fields lnum and
bufnr are required).
list:: a quickfix or location list
sign:: a sign defined with |:sign-define|
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/rx.vim~
*tlib#rx#Escape()*
tlib#rx#Escape(text, ?magic='m')
magic can be one of: m, M, v, V
See :help 'magic'
*tlib#rx#EscapeReplace()*
tlib#rx#EscapeReplace(text, ?magic='m')
Escape return |sub-replace-special|.
*tlib#rx#Suffixes()*
tlib#rx#Suffixes(...)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/tag.vim~
*tlib#tag#Retrieve()*
tlib#tag#Retrieve(rx, ?extra_tags=0)
Get all tags matching rx. Basically, this function simply calls
|taglist()|, but when extra_tags is true, the list of the tag files
(see 'tags') is temporarily expanded with |g:tlib_tags_extra|.
Example use:
If you want to include tags for, eg, JDK, normal tags use can become
slow. You could proceed as follows:
1. Create a tags file for the JDK sources. When creating the tags
file, make sure to include inheritance information and the like
(command-line options like --fields=+iaSm --extra=+q should be ok).
In this example, we want tags only for public methods (there are
most likely better ways to do this): >
ctags -R --fields=+iaSm --extra=+q ${JAVA_HOME}/src
head -n 6 tags > tags0
grep access:public tags >> tags0
< 2. Make 'tags' include project specific tags files. In
~/vimfiles/after/ftplugin/java.vim insert: >
let b:tlib_tags_extra = $JAVA_HOME .'/tags0'
< 3. When this function is invoked as >
echo tlib#tag#Retrieve('print')
< it will return only project-local tags. If it is invoked as >
echo tlib#tag#Retrieve('print', 1)
< tags from the JDK will be included.
*tlib#tag#Collect()*
tlib#tag#Collect(constraints, ?use_extra=1, ?match_front=1)
Retrieve tags that meet the constraints (a dictionnary of fields and
regexp, with the exception of the kind field which is a list of chars).
For the use of the optional use_extra argument see
|tlib#tag#Retrieve()|.
*tlib#tag#Format()*
tlib#tag#Format(tag)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/map.vim~
*tlib#map#PumAccept()*
tlib#map#PumAccept(key)
If |pumvisible()| is true, return "\<c-y>". Otherwise return a:key.
For use in maps like: >
imap <expr> <cr> tlib#map#PumAccept("\<cr>")
<
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/Filter_cnfd.vim~
*tlib#Filter_cnfd#New()*
tlib#Filter_cnfd#New(...)
The same as |tlib#Filter_cnf#New()| but a dot is expanded to '\.\{-}'.
As a consequence, patterns cannot match dots.
The pattern is a '/\V' very no-'/magic' regexp pattern.
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/input.vim~
Input-related, select from a list etc.
*g:tlib#input#use_popup*
g:tlib#input#use_popup (default: has('menu') && (has('gui_gtk') || has('gui_gtk2') || has('gui_win32')))
If true, define a popup menu for |tlib#input#List()| and related
functions.
*g:tlib#input#format_filename*
g:tlib#input#format_filename (default: 'l')
How to format filenames:
l ... Show basenames on the left side, separated from the
directory names
r ... Show basenames on the right side
*g:tlib#input#filename_padding_r*
g:tlib#input#filename_padding_r (default: '&co / 10')
If g:tlib#input#format_filename == 'r', how much space should be kept
free on the right side.
*g:tlib#input#filename_max_width*
g:tlib#input#filename_max_width (default: '&co / 2')
If g:tlib#input#format_filename == 'l', an expression that
|eval()|uates to the maximum display width of filenames.
*tlib#input#List()*
tlib#input#List(type. ?query='', ?list=[], ?handlers=[], ?default="", ?timeout=0)
Select a single or multiple items from a list. Return either the list
of selected elements or its indexes.
By default, typing numbers will select an item by its index. See
|g:tlib_numeric_chars| to find out how to change this.
The item is automatically selected if the numbers typed equals the
number of digits of the list length. I.e. if a list contains 20 items,
typing 1 will first highlight item 1 but it won't select/use it
because 1 is an ambiguous input in this context. If you press enter,
the first item will be selected. If you press another digit (e.g. 0),
item 10 will be selected. Another way to select item 1 would be to
type 01. If the list contains only 9 items, typing 1 would select the
first item right away.
type can be:
s ... Return one selected element
si ... Return the index of the selected element
m ... Return a list of selected elements
mi ... Return a list of indexes
Several pattern matching styles are supported. See
|g:tlib_inputlist_match|.
EXAMPLES: >
echo tlib#input#List('s', 'Select one item', [100,200,300])
echo tlib#input#List('si', 'Select one item', [100,200,300])
echo tlib#input#List('m', 'Select one or more item(s)', [100,200,300])
echo tlib#input#List('mi', 'Select one or more item(s)', [100,200,300])
< See ../samples/tlib/input/tlib_input_list.vim (move the cursor over
the filename and press gf) for a more elaborated example.
*tlib#input#ListD()*
tlib#input#ListD(dict)
A wrapper for |tlib#input#ListW()| that builds |tlib#World#New| from
dict.
*tlib#input#ListW()*
tlib#input#ListW(world, ?command='')
The second argument (command) is meant for internal use only.
The same as |tlib#input#List| but the arguments are packed into world
(an instance of tlib#World as returned by |tlib#World#New|).
*tlib#input#EditList()*
tlib#input#EditList(query, list, ?timeout=0)
Edit a list.
EXAMPLES: >
echo tlib#input#EditList('Edit:', [100,200,300])
<
*tlib#input#Resume()*
tlib#input#Resume(name, pick, bufnr)
*tlib#input#CommandSelect()*
tlib#input#CommandSelect(command, ?keyargs={})
Take a command, view the output, and let the user select an item from
its output.
EXAMPLE: >
command! TMarks exec 'norm! `'. matchstr(tlib#input#CommandSelect('marks'), '^ \+\zs.')
command! TAbbrevs exec 'norm i'. matchstr(tlib#input#CommandSelect('abbrev'), '^\S\+\s\+\zs\S\+')
<
*tlib#input#Edit()*
tlib#input#Edit(name, value, callback, ?cb_args=[])
Edit a value (asynchronously) in a scratch buffer. Use name for
identification. Call callback when done (or on cancel).
In the scratch buffer:
Press <c-s> or <c-w><cr> to enter the new value, <c-w>c to cancel
editing.
EXAMPLES: >
fun! FooContinue(success, text)
if a:success
let b:var = a:text
endif
endf
call tlib#input#Edit('foo', b:var, 'FooContinue')
<
*tlib#input#Dialog()*
tlib#input#Dialog(text, options, default)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/file.vim~
*tlib#file#Split()*
tlib#file#Split(filename)
EXAMPLES: >
tlib#file#Split('foo/bar/filename.txt')
=> ['foo', 'bar', 'filename.txt']
<
*tlib#file#Join()*
tlib#file#Join(filename_parts, ?strip_slashes=0)
EXAMPLES: >
tlib#file#Join(['foo', 'bar', 'filename.txt'])
=> 'foo/bar/filename.txt'
<
*tlib#file#Relative()*
tlib#file#Relative(filename, basedir)
EXAMPLES: >
tlib#file#Relative('foo/bar/filename.txt', 'foo')
=> 'bar/filename.txt'
<
*tlib#file#With()*
tlib#file#With(fcmd, bcmd, files, ?world={})
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/paragraph.vim~
*tlib#paragraph#GetMetric()*
tlib#paragraph#GetMetric()
Return an object describing a |paragraph|.
*tlib#paragraph#Move()*
tlib#paragraph#Move(direction, count)
This function can be used with the tinymode plugin to move around
paragraphs.
Example configuration: >
call tinymode#EnterMap("para_move", "gp")
call tinymode#ModeMsg("para_move", "Move paragraph: j/k")
call tinymode#Map("para_move", "j", "silent call tlib#paragraph#Move('Down', '[N]')")
call tinymode#Map("para_move", "k", "silent call tlib#paragraph#Move('Up', '[N]')")
call tinymode#ModeArg("para_move", "owncount", 1)
<
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/World.vim~
A prototype used by |tlib#input#List|.
Inherits from |tlib#Object#New|.
*tlib#World#New()*
tlib#World#New(...)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/tab.vim~
*tlib#tab#BufMap()*
tlib#tab#BufMap()
Return a dictionary of bufnumbers => [[tabpage, winnr] ...]
*tlib#tab#TabWinNr()*
tlib#tab#TabWinNr(buffer)
Find a buffer's window at some tab page.
*tlib#tab#Set()*
tlib#tab#Set(tabnr)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/date.vim~
*tlib#date#DiffInDays()*
tlib#date#DiffInDays(date1, ?date2=localtime(), ?allow_zero=0)
*tlib#date#Parse()*
tlib#date#Parse(date, ?allow_zero=0) "{{{3
*tlib#date#SecondsSince1970()*
tlib#date#SecondsSince1970(date, ...)
tlib#date#SecondsSince1970(date, ?daysshift=0, ?allow_zero=0)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/type.vim~
*tlib#type#IsNumber()*
tlib#type#IsNumber(expr)
*tlib#type#IsString()*
tlib#type#IsString(expr)
*tlib#type#IsFuncref()*
tlib#type#IsFuncref(expr)
*tlib#type#IsList()*
tlib#type#IsList(expr)
*tlib#type#IsDictionary()*
tlib#type#IsDictionary(expr)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/Filter_fuzzy.vim~
*tlib#Filter_fuzzy#New()*
tlib#Filter_fuzzy#New(...)
Support for "fuzzy" pattern matching in |tlib#input#List()|.
Patterns are interpreted as if characters were connected with '.\{-}'.
In "fuzzy" mode, the pretty printing of filenames is disabled.
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/textobjects.vim~
*standard-paragraph*
tlib#textobjects#StandardParagraph()
Select a "Standard Paragraph", i.e. a text block followed by blank
lines. Other than |ap|, the last paragraph in a document is handled
just the same.
The |text-object| can be accessed as "sp". Example: >
vsp ... select the current standard paragraph
< Return 1, if the paragraph is the last one in the document.
*tlib#textobjects#Init()*
tlib#textobjects#Init()
*v_sp*
v_sp ... <Esc>:call tlib#textobjects#StandardParagraph()<CR>
sp ... Standard paragraph (for use as |text-objects|).
*o_sp*
o_sp ... :<C-u>normal Vsp<CR>
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/arg.vim~
*tlib#arg#Get()*
tlib#arg#Get(n, var, ?default="", ?test='')
Set a positional argument from a variable argument list.
See tlib#string#RemoveBackslashes() for an example.
*tlib#arg#Let()*
tlib#arg#Let(list, ?default='')
Set a positional arguments from a variable argument list.
See tlib#input#List() for an example.
*tlib#arg#Key()*
tlib#arg#Key(dict, list, ?default='')
See |:TKeyArg|.
*tlib#arg#StringAsKeyArgs()*
tlib#arg#StringAsKeyArgs(string, ?keys=[], ?evaluate=0)
*tlib#arg#Ex()*
tlib#arg#Ex(arg, ?chars='%#! ')
Escape some characters in a string.
Use |fnamescape()| if available.
EXAMPLES: >
exec 'edit '. tlib#arg#Ex('foo%#bar.txt')
<
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/dir.vim~
*tlib#dir#CanonicName()*
tlib#dir#CanonicName(dirname)
EXAMPLES: >
tlib#dir#CanonicName('foo/bar')
=> 'foo/bar/'
<
*tlib#dir#PlainName()*
tlib#dir#PlainName(dirname)
EXAMPLES: >
tlib#dir#PlainName('foo/bar/')
=> 'foo/bar'
<
*tlib#dir#Ensure()*
tlib#dir#Ensure(dir)
Create a directory if it doesn't already exist.
*tlib#dir#MyRuntime()*
tlib#dir#MyRuntime()
Return the first directory in &rtp.
*tlib#dir#CD()*
tlib#dir#CD(dir, ?locally=0)
*tlib#dir#Push()*
tlib#dir#Push(dir, ?locally=0)
*tlib#dir#Pop()*
tlib#dir#Pop()
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/win.vim~
*tlib#win#Set()*
tlib#win#Set(winnr)
Return vim code to jump back to the original window.
*tlib#win#GetLayout()*
tlib#win#GetLayout(?save_view=0)
*tlib#win#SetLayout()*
tlib#win#SetLayout(layout)
*tlib#win#List()*
tlib#win#List()
*tlib#win#Width()*
tlib#win#Width(wnr)
*tlib#win#WinDo()*
tlib#win#WinDo(ex)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/comments.vim~
*tlib#comments#Comments()*
tlib#comments#Comments(...)
function! tlib#comments#Comments(?rx='')
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/Filter_cnf.vim~
*tlib#Filter_cnf#New()*
tlib#Filter_cnf#New(...)
The search pattern for |tlib#input#List()| is in conjunctive normal
form: (P1 OR P2 ...) AND (P3 OR P4 ...) ...
The pattern is a '/\V' very no-'/magic' regexp pattern.
Pressing <space> joins two patterns with AND.
Pressing | joins two patterns with OR.
I.e. In order to get "lala AND (foo OR bar)", you type
"lala foo|bar".
This is also the base class for other filters.
prototype.Pretty
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/Object.vim~
Provides a prototype plus some OO-like methods.
*tlib#Object#New()*
tlib#Object#New(?fields={})
This function creates a prototype that provides some kind of
inheritance mechanism and a way to call parent/super methods.
The usage demonstrated in the following example works best when every
class/prototype is defined in a file of its own.
The reason for why there is a dedicated constructor function is that
this layout facilitates the use of templates and that methods are
hidden from the user. Other solutions are possible.
EXAMPLES: >
let s:prototype = tlib#Object#New({
\ '_class': ['FooBar'],
\ 'foo': 1,
\ 'bar': 2,
\ })
" Constructor
function! FooBar(...)
let object = s:prototype.New(a:0 >= 1 ? a:1 : {})
return object
endf
function! s:prototype.babble() {
echo "I think, therefore I am ". (self.foo * self.bar) ." months old."
}
< This could now be used like this: >
let myfoo = FooBar({'foo': 3})
call myfoo.babble()
=> I think, therefore I am 6 months old.
echo myfoo.IsA('FooBar')
=> 1
echo myfoo.IsA('object')
=> 1
echo myfoo.IsA('Foo')
=> 0
echo myfoo.RespondTo('babble')
=> 1
echo myfoo.RespondTo('speak')
=> 0
<
prototype.New
prototype.Inherit
prototype.Extend
prototype.IsA
prototype.IsRelated
prototype.RespondTo
prototype.Super
*tlib#Object#Methods()*
tlib#Object#Methods(object, ...)
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/buffer.vim~
*tlib#buffer#EnableMRU()*
tlib#buffer#EnableMRU()
*tlib#buffer#DisableMRU()*
tlib#buffer#DisableMRU()
*tlib#buffer#Set()*
tlib#buffer#Set(buffer)
Set the buffer to buffer and return a command as string that can be
evaluated by |:execute| in order to restore the original view.
*tlib#buffer#Eval()*
tlib#buffer#Eval(buffer, code)
Evaluate CODE in BUFFER.
EXAMPLES: >
call tlib#buffer#Eval('foo.txt', 'echo b:bar')
<
*tlib#buffer#GetList()*
tlib#buffer#GetList(?show_hidden=0, ?show_number=0, " ?order='bufnr')
Possible values for the "order" argument:
bufnr :: Default behaviour
mru :: Sort buffers according to most recent use
basename :: Sort by the file's basename (last component)
NOTE: MRU order works on second invocation only. If you want to always
use MRU order, call tlib#buffer#EnableMRU() in your ~/.vimrc file.
*tlib#buffer#ViewLine()*
tlib#buffer#ViewLine(line, ?position='z')
line is either a number or a string that begins with a number.
For possible values for position see |scroll-cursor|.
See also |g:tlib_viewline_position|.
*tlib#buffer#HighlightLine()*
tlib#buffer#HighlightLine(...)
*tlib#buffer#DeleteRange()*
tlib#buffer#DeleteRange(line1, line2)
Delete the lines in the current buffer. Wrapper for |:delete|.
*tlib#buffer#ReplaceRange()*
tlib#buffer#ReplaceRange(line1, line2, lines)
Replace a range of lines.
*tlib#buffer#ScratchStart()*
tlib#buffer#ScratchStart()
Initialize some scratch area at the bottom of the current buffer.
*tlib#buffer#ScratchEnd()*
tlib#buffer#ScratchEnd()
Remove the in-buffer scratch area.
*tlib#buffer#BufDo()*
tlib#buffer#BufDo(exec)
Run exec on all buffers via bufdo and return to the original buffer.
*tlib#buffer#InsertText()*
tlib#buffer#InsertText(text, keyargs)
Keyargs:
'shift': 0|N
'col': col('.')|N
'lineno': line('.')|N
'indent': 0|1
'pos': 'e'|'s' ... Where to locate the cursor (somewhat like s and e in {offset})
Insert text (a string) in the buffer.
*tlib#buffer#InsertText0()*
tlib#buffer#InsertText0(text, ...)
*tlib#buffer#CurrentByte()*
tlib#buffer#CurrentByte()
*tlib#buffer#KeepCursorPosition()*
tlib#buffer#KeepCursorPosition(cmd)
Evaluate cmd while maintaining the cursor position and jump registers.
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/hook.vim~
*tlib#hook#Run()*
tlib#hook#Run(hook, ?dict={})
Execute dict[hook], w:{hook}, b:{hook}, or g:{hook} if existent.
========================================================================
autoload/tlib/string.vim~
*tlib#string#RemoveBackslashes()*
tlib#string#RemoveBackslashes(text, ?chars=' ')
Remove backslashes from text (but only in front of the characters in
chars).
*tlib#string#Chomp()*
tlib#string#Chomp(string)
*tlib#string#Format()*
tlib#string#Format(template, dict)
*tlib#string#Printf1()*
tlib#string#Printf1(format, string)
This function deviates from |printf()| in certain ways.
Additional items:
%{rx} ... insert escaped regexp
%{fuzzyrx} ... insert typo-tolerant regexp
*tlib#string#TrimLeft()*
tlib#string#TrimLeft(string)
*tlib#string#TrimRight()*
tlib#string#TrimRight(string)
*tlib#string#Strip()*
tlib#string#Strip(string)
*tlib#string#Count()*
tlib#string#Count(string, rx)
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