C/C++ IDE -- Write and run programs. Insert statements, idioms, comments etc.
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Latest commit 69f0368 Mar 2, 2012 Fritz Mehner committed with Version 5.18
- Hotkeys \lcs, \ucs removed.
- Bugfix: delayed template initialization missing correct style.
- Wrong cursor position when inserting some templates at the end of a line.
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c-support Version 5.17 Jan 5, 2012
doc Version 5.18 Mar 8, 2012
ftplugin Version 5.17 Jan 5, 2012
plugin Version 5.18 Mar 8, 2012
README Version 2.0: Initial upload Nov 14, 2010
README.csupport Version 5.18 Mar 8, 2012


This is a mirror of http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=213

**   Statement oriented editing of  C / C++ programs
**   Speed up writing new code considerably.
**   Write code und comments with a professional appearance from the beginning.
**   Use code snippets

 - insertion of various types of comments   (file prologue, function descriptions, file section headers
    keyword comments, date, time, ...  ) 
- insertion of empty control statements   (if-else, while, do-while, switch, ... )
- insertion of various preprocessor directives
- insertion of C-idioms   (enum+typedef, loops, complete main, empty function, file open dialogs, ... )
- insertion of C++ -idioms   ( frames for simple classes and template classes, try-catch blocks, 
    file open dialogs, output manipulators, ios flags, ... )
- use and organize your own collection of code snippets
- compile / link / run support for one-file projects   (without a makefile)
- run buffer through splint
- personalization of comments   (name, email, ... )
- menus can be switched on and off   (Tools menu)

Here are some screen shots : http://lug.fh-swf.de/vim/vim-c/screenshots-en.html

The help file online :   http://lug.fh-swf.de/vim/vim-doc/csupport.html

The key mappings of this plugin (PDF) : http://lug.fh-swf.de/vim/vim-c/c-hotkeys.pdf

See also the http://www.thegeekstuff.com tutorial 
"Make Vim as Your C/C++ IDE Using c.vim Plugin"

This plugin comes with a help file (csupport.txt). Read it with  

:h csupport 


Editing actions differ for different modes!  
There are  a lot of  features which can be configured or customized
to match your needs.

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