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tskeleton provides file templates and code skeletons ("snippets" or "bits"). These templates may contain special tags that are replaced with some computed value (e.g., variables, user input ...), vimscript code, or place holders/jump positions (see |tskeleton-jump-positions|). Basic usage: Type `:new filename.ext`. If a skeleton for the respective filetype is defined (see |tskeleton-skeletons|), it will be read into the buffer. Type a partial name of a snippet (at least the first letter) and press (in insert mode) <c-space> (see |tskeleton-key-bindings| for alternative key maps). If the name identifies a snippet/bit, it will be replaced with its expansion text. If there are several snippets beginning with that "name", you will be asked to select one from a list of matching snippets. <c-space> can be configured to expand snippets but also (albeit disabled by default) abbreviations, functions (VIM script only), tags, word, 'completefunc' and 'omnifunc' items (see |g:tskelTypes| and |g:tskelHyperComplete| for details.) Press <c-j> to jump to the next place holder (see |tskeleton#GoToNextTag()|). Demo -- tskeleton and the stakeholders (vimscript #3326) plugin: http://vimsomnia.blogspot.com/2010/11/tskeleton-and-stakeholders-vim-plugins.html Git: https://github.com/tomtom/tskeleton_vim For similar plugins see: http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Snippet_Plugin_Comparison Limitations of tskeleton: - Place holders cannot be nested. - tskeleton was originally written for vim 6.0. I'd expect it to be less snappy than more modern and simpler plugins, although it tries to provide acceptable performance on slower computers by caching frequently reused data. Advantages of tskeleton with respect to some other plugins: - tskeleton provides for more complex templates (see |tskeleton-place-holder|) including conditional expansion, loops, inclusion of other templates, user queries etc. - Easy creation of camel case, all upper/lower case letter names etc. (see |tskeleton-modifiers|). It depends: - A place holder is some text in the buffer, i.e. tskeleton uses less magic when handling jump positions. As long as users don't replace all place holders, the buffer's contents most likely isn't valid code and an interpreter/compiler will most likely refuse to load it even if the code is never executed. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Status: Works for me (there may be some minor quirks) Dependencies: tlib :: http://github.com/tomtom/tlib_vim > git clone git://github.com/tomtom/tlib_vim.git Install: See http://github.com/tomtom/vimtlib/blob/master/INSTALL.TXT See http://github.com/tomtom for related plugins.