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" Best Goddamn vimrc in the whole world.
" Author: Seth House <seth@eseth.com>
" For more information type :help followed by the command.
filetype plugin indent on
" Search {{{
set incsearch " Automatically begins searching as you type
set ignorecase " Ignores case when pattern matching
set smartcase " Ignores ignorecase when pattern contains uppercase characters
set hlsearch " Highlights search results
" Use leader-n to unhighlight search results in normal mode:
nmap <silent> <leader>n :silent noh<cr>
" Display the number of matches for the last search
nmap <leader># :%s///gn<cr>
" }}}
" Line Wrap {{{
set backspace=indent,eol,start " Allows you to backspace over the listed character types
set linebreak " Causes vim to not wrap text in the middle of a word
set wrap " Wraps lines by default
" Toggle line wrapping in normal mode:
nmap <silent> <C-P> :set nowrap!<cr>:set nowrap?<cr>
" }}}
" Editing {{{
set showmatch " Flashes matching brackets or parentheses
set nobackup " Does not write a persistent backup file of an edited file
set writebackup " Does keep a backup file while editing a file
set undofile " Persist the undo tree to a file; dir below will not be auto-created
set backupdir=$HOME/.vim/backupdir,.
set undodir=$HOME/.vim/undodir,.
set directory=$HOME/.vim/swapdir,.
" Searches the current directory as well as subdirectories with commands like :find, :grep, etc.
set path=.,**
set cindent " Enables the second-most configurable indentation (see :help C-indenting).
set cinoptions=l1,c4,(s,U1,w1,m1,j1,J1
set formatoptions+=j " Remove comment leader when joining lines
set expandtab " Uses spaces instead of tab characters
set smarttab " Helps with backspacing because of expandtab
set softtabstop=4 " Number of spaces that a tab counts for
set shiftwidth=4 " Number of spaces to use for autoindent
set shiftround " Rounds indent to a multiple of shiftwidth
set nojoinspaces " Prevents inserting two spaces after punctuation on a join (it's not 1990 anymore)
set lazyredraw " Will not redraw the screen while running macros (goes faster)
set pastetoggle=<F9> " Useful so auto-indenting doesn't mess up code when pasting
set complete-=t,i " Remove tags and included files from default insert completion
set virtualedit=block " Let cursor move past the last char in <C-V> mode
set nostartofline " Avoid moving cursor to BOL when jumping around
set cryptmethod=blowfish2 " Use (much) stronger blowfish encryption
" Fix for legacy vi inconsistency
map Y y$
" Use the repeat operator with a visual selection
" This is useful for performing an edit on a single line, then highlighting a
" visual block on a number of lines to repeat the edit.
vnoremap <leader>. :normal .<cr>
" Repeat a macro on a visual selection of lines
" Same as above but with a macro; complete the command by chosing the register
" containing the macro.
vnoremap <leader>@ :normal @
" Allow undoing individual insert-mode changes with ctrl-u and ctrl-w
inoremap <C-U> <C-G>u<C-U>
inoremap <C-W> <C-G>u<C-W>
" Add a line without changing position or leaving mode
map <leader>o :set paste<cr>m`o<esc>``:set nopaste<cr>
map <leader>O :set paste<cr>m`O<esc>``:set nopaste<cr>
" A shortcut to show the numbered register contents
map <F2> :reg "0123456789-*+:/<cr>
" Toggle between line numbers and relative line numbers
nnoremap <silent><leader>u :exe "set " . (&rnu == 1 ? "nornu" : "rnu")<cr>
" Displays tabs with :set list & displays when a line runs off-screen
set listchars=tab:>-,trail:\ ,precedes:<,extends:>
" Show listchars; highlight lines more than 80 chars, trailing spaces, only
" whitespace. Toggle with \l
nnoremap <silent> <leader>l
\ :set nolist!<cr>:set nolist?<cr>
\ :if exists('w:long_line_match') <bar>
\ silent! call matchdelete(w:long_line_match) <bar>
\ unlet w:long_line_match <bar>
\ elseif &textwidth > 0 <bar>
\ let w:long_line_match = matchadd('ErrorMsg', '\%>'.&tw.'v.\+', -1) <bar>
\ else <bar>
\ let w:long_line_match = matchadd('ErrorMsg', '\%>80v.\+', -1) <bar>
\ endif<cr>
" Toggle spell-checking
map <silent> <F10> :set nospell!<cr>:set nospell?<cr>
" Maps Omnicompletion to CTRL-space.
inoremap <nul> <C-X><C-O>
" Maps file completion to CTRL-F relative to current file path.
inoremap <C-F>
\ <C-O>:let b:oldpwd = getcwd() <bar>
\ lcd %:p:h<cr><C-X><C-F>
" Restore path when done.
au CompleteDone *
\ if exists('b:oldpwd') |
\ cd `=b:oldpwd` |
\ unlet b:oldpwd |
\ endif
" Don't select first autocomplete item, follow typing.
set completeopt=longest,menuone,preview
" Change directory to the path of the current file
map <leader>cd :cd %:p:h<cr>
" Edit a new file starting in the same dir as the current file
map <leader>ce :e <C-R>=expand("%:p:h") . "/" <cr>
map <leader>cs :sp <C-R>=expand("%:p:h") . "/" <cr>
map <leader>cv :vs <C-R>=expand("%:p:h") . "/" <cr>
map <leader>ct :tabnew <C-R>=expand("%:p:h") . "/" <cr>
" Find merge conflict markers
map <leader>fc /\v^[<=>]{7}( .*\|$)<cr>
set dictionary=spell " Complete words from the spelling dict.
" Use generic omnicompletion if something more specific isn't already set
if has("autocmd") && exists("+omnifunc")
au Filetype *
\ if &omnifunc == "" | setl omnifunc=syntaxcomplete#Complete | endif
endif
if has("autocmd")
" Helps if you have to use another editor on the same file
au FileChangedShell * Warn "File has been changed outside of Vim."
endif
" Restore last cursor position in file
autocmd BufReadPost *
\ if line("'\"") > 0 && line("'\"") <= line("$") |
\ exe "normal g`\"" |
\ endif
" If a ftplugin has defined the b:ftskeleton variable, try to load the
" skeleton template.
au BufNewFile * silent! exe "0r ". b:ftskeleton
" Insert timestamps by calling out to date; override format by filetype
let b:dateformat = ''
nmap <silent> <leader>dts :exe ':r !date '. escape(b:dateformat, '%')<cr>
" Mapping to write a file using sudo
cnoremap sudow w !sudo tee % >/dev/null
" }}}
" Folding (spacebar toggles) {{{
" Spacebar toggles a fold, zi toggles all folding, zM closes all folds
noremap <silent> <space> :exe 'silent! normal! za'.(foldlevel('.')?'':'l')<cr>
set foldmethod=marker "fdm: looks for patterns of triple-braces in a file
set foldcolumn=4 "fdc: creates a small left-hand gutter for displaying fold info
" }}}
" Menu completion {{{
set suffixes+=.pyc,.pyo " Don't autocomplete these filetypes
set wildmenu "wmnu: enhanced ex command completion
set wildmode=longest:full,list:full "wim: helps wildmenu auto-completion
set wildignore+=*/node_modules/**
" }}}
" Window Layout {{{
set encoding=utf-8
set relativenumber "rnu: show line numbers relative to the current line; <leader>u to toggle
set number "nu: show the actual line number for the current line in relativenumber
set showmode "smd: shows current vi mode in lower left
set cursorline "cul: highlights the current line
set showcmd "sc: shows typed commands
set cmdheight=2 "ch: make a little more room for error messages
set sidescroll=2 "ss: only scroll horizontally little by little
set scrolloff=1 "so: places a line between the current line and the screen edge
set sidescrolloff=2 "siso: places a couple columns between the current column and the screen edge
set laststatus=2 "ls: makes the status bar always visible
set ttyfast "tf: improves redrawing for newer computers
set history=200 "hi: number of search patterns and ex commands to remember
" (also used by viminfo below for /, :, and @ options)
set viminfo='200 "vi: For a nice, huuuuuge viminfo file
if &columns < 88
" If we can't fit at least 80-cols, don't display these screen hogs
set nonumber
set foldcolumn=0
endif
" Slight variant of standard status line with 'ruler' set that shows file infos.
set statusline=%<%f\ %h%m%r%w\ %y\ %{&fileencoding},%{&fileformat}\ \ %{ALEGetStatusLine()}\ %q%=\ %-14.(%l,%c%V%)\ %P
" }}}
" Multi-buffer/window/tab editing {{{
set switchbuf=usetab " Jumps to first tab or window that contains specified buffer instead of duplicating an open window
set showtabline=1 " Display the tabbar if there are multiple tabs. Use :tab ball or invoke Vim with -p
set hidden " Allows opening a new buffer in place of an existing one without first saving the existing one
" Type <F1> follwed by a buffer number or name fragment to jump to it.
" Also replaces the annoying help button. Based on tip 821.
map <F1> :ls<cr>:b<space>
" Quickly jump to a tag if there's only one match, otherwise show the list
map <F3> :tj<space>
" When restoring a hidden buffer Vim doesn't always keep the same view (like
" when your view shows beyond the end of the file). (Vim tip 1375)
if ! &diff
au BufLeave * let b:winview = winsaveview()
au BufEnter * if(exists('b:winview')) | call winrestview(b:winview) | endif
endif
" Shortcuts for working with quickfix/location lists
nmap ]q :cnext<cr>
nmap [q :cprev<cr>
nmap ]Q :clast<cr>
nmap [Q :cfirst<cr>
" Disable one diff window during a three-way diff allowing you to cut out the
" noise of a three-way diff and focus on just the changes between two versions
" at a time. Inspired by Steve Losh's Splice
function! DiffToggle(window)
" Save the cursor position and turn on diff for all windows
let l:save_cursor = getpos('.')
windo :diffthis
" Turn off diff for the specified window (but keep scrollbind) and move
" the cursor to the left-most diff window
exe a:window . "wincmd w"
diffoff
set scrollbind
set cursorbind
exe a:window . "wincmd " . (a:window == 1 ? "l" : "h")
" Update the diff and restore the cursor position
diffupdate
call setpos('.', l:save_cursor)
endfunction
" Toggle diff view on the left, center, or right windows
nmap <silent> <leader>dl :call DiffToggle(1)<cr>
nmap <silent> <leader>dm :call DiffToggle(2)<cr>
nmap <silent> <leader>dr :call DiffToggle(3)<cr>
nmap <silent> <leader>du :diffupdate<cr>
" Toggle respecting/ignoring whitespace differences.
" http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Ignore_white_space_in_vimdiff
function! IwhiteToggle()
if &diffopt =~ 'iwhite'
set diffopt-=iwhite
else
set diffopt+=iwhite
endif
endfunction
nmap <silent> <leader>dw :call IwhiteToggle()<CR>
" }}}
" X11 Integration {{{
" (I.e.: don't do any automatic integration, please :)
set mouse= " Disable mouse control for console Vim (very annoying)
set clipboard= " Disable automatic X11 clipboard crossover
" }}}
" Color {{{
" All coloring options are for the non-GUI Vim (see :help cterm-colors).
" Make listchars (much) more noticable.
au ColorScheme * hi SpecialKey ctermfg=7 ctermbg=1
" Grey-out the statusbar non-current windows.
hi StatusLineNC term=reverse cterm=bold ctermbg=8
" A nice, minimalistic tabline.
au ColorScheme * hi TabLine cterm=bold,underline ctermfg=8 ctermbg=none
au ColorScheme * hi TabLineSel cterm=bold ctermfg=0 ctermbg=7
au ColorScheme * hi TabLineFill cterm=bold ctermbg=none
" Makes the current line stand out with bold and in the numberline
au ColorScheme * hi CursorLine cterm=bold
au ColorScheme * hi LineNr cterm=bold ctermfg=0 ctermbg=none
" Match the Sign column to the number column
au ColorScheme * hi SignColumn cterm=bold ctermfg=0 ctermbg=none
" Shorten the timeout when looking for a paren match to highlight
let g:matchparen_insert_timeout = 5
set synmaxcol=500 " Stop syntax highlighting on very long lines
syntax enable
if $PRESENTATION_MODE != ""
colorscheme zellner
set background=light
else
colorscheme desert
set background=dark
endif
" Don't distinguish between delete, add, and change using bright colors. The
" type of change is obvious -- add and delete appear opposite filler markers,
" and changed lines have the changed portion highlighted.
au VimEnter,ColorScheme * hi DiffAdd ctermbg=0
au VimEnter,ColorScheme * hi DiffDelete ctermbg=0
au VimEnter,ColorScheme * hi DiffChange ctermbg=0
" There are two ways to guarantee legibility: force a single foreground color
" against a non-contrasting background color; use reverse foreground colors.
" The drawback of using reverse is there is no consistent color to highlight
" the changes, but reverse is still fairly easy to spot.
au VimEnter,ColorScheme * hi DiffText cterm=reverse ctermbg=none
" }}}
" Printing {{{
" Shows line numbers and adjusts the left margin not to be ridiculous
set printoptions=number:y,left:5pc
set printfont=Monaco:h8 " face-type (not size) ignored in PostScript output :-(
set printencoding=utf-8
" }}}
" Scripting helpers {{{1
command! -nargs=1 Warn echohl WarningMsg | echo <args> | echohl None
" }}}
" Make the current buffer a scratch buffer {{{1
function! Scratch()
setlocal buftype=nofile bufhidden=delete nobuflisted
Warn "This file is now a scratch file!"
endfunction
nmap <silent> <leader>S :call Scratch()<cr>
command! -nargs=* Scratch call Scratch(<f-args>)
" }}}
" Diff two registers {{{
" Open a diff of two registers in a new tabpage. Close the tabpage when
" finished. If no registers are specified it diffs the most recent yank with
" the most recent deletion.
" Usage:
" :DiffRegs
" :DiffRegs @a @b
function! DiffRegsFunc(...)
let l:left = a:0 == 2 ? a:1 : "@0"
let l:right = a:0 == 2 ? a:2 : "@1"
tabnew
exe 'put! ='. l:left
vnew
exe 'put! ='. l:right
windo call Scratch()
windo diffthis
winc t
endfunction
command! -nargs=* DiffRegs call DiffRegsFunc(<f-args>)
" }}}
" YankList {{{1
" Is is possbile to store the ten most recent yanks using opfunc (similar to
" the built-in numbered registers)?
" NOTE: work in progress, this is currently non-functional
" noremap <silent> gy :set opfunc=YankList<cr>g@
" vmap <silent> gy :<C-U>call YankList(visualmode(), 1)<cr>
" map <silent> gyy Y
function! YankList(type, ...)
let sel_save = &selection
let &selection = "inclusive"
let reg_save = @@
echo "Something was copied!\n"
if a:0 " Invoked from Visual mode, use '< and '> marks.
silent exe "normal! `<" . a:type . "`>y"
elseif a:type == 'line' " Line
silent exe "normal! '[V']y"
elseif a:type == 'block' " Block
silent exe "normal! `[\<C-V>`]y"
else " ???
silent exe "normal! `[v`]y"
endif
endfunction
" }}}
" SplitItems Break out vals with a consistent delimiter on to separate lines {{{
"
" Useful for reordering function parameters or list items or delimited text
" since Vim makes it easy to reorder lines. Once ordered, lines can be
" re-joined with the sister-function below.
"
" E.g., given the text:
"
" def foo(bar, baz, qux, quux):
" pass
"
" Use a text-object to select everything within the parenthesis:
" <leader>si(
" Choose ", " as the delimiter (the default), which results in:
"
" def foo(
" bar
" baz
" qux
" quux
" ):
" pass
"
" Reorder the items as necessary then join using:
" <leader>ji(
" Choose ", " as the delimeter to join with (the default).
"
" FIXME: currently joining does not include the text-object chars
" TODO: visual selection support; some text objects are not multi-line (",')
function! SplitItems(type, ...)
let c = input("Split on what chars? ", ", ")
normal! `[v`]x
let @@ = substitute(@@, c, '\n', 'g')
set paste
exe "normal! i\<cr>\<esc>"
pu! "
set nopaste
endfunction
nnoremap <leader>s :set opfunc=SplitItems<cr>g@
function! JoinItems(type, ...)
let c = input("Join with what chars? ", ", ")
normal! `[v']d
let @@ = substitute(@@, '\n', c, 'g')
set paste
exe "normal! P\<esc>"
set nopaste
endfunction
nnoremap <leader>j :set opfunc=JoinItems<cr>g@
" }}}
" Plugin settings {{{
""" Enable builtin matchit plugin
runtime macros/matchit.vim
""" Wordnet settings
noremap <F11> "wyiw:call WordNetOverviews(@w)<cr>
""" Gundo settings
nnoremap <F7> :GundoToggle<cr>
""" ale settings
let g:ale_set_highlights = 0
let g:ale_sign_column_always = 1
let g:ale_sign_error = 'EE'
let g:ale_sign_warning = 'WW'
let g:ale_statusline_format = ['E%d', 'W%d', 'Ok']
let g:ale_fixers = {}
let g:ale_fixers['javascript'] = ['prettier']
let g:ale_javascript_prettier_use_local_config = 1
nmap <silent> <leader>p :ALEFix<cr>
nmap <silent> <leader>y :call ale#Lint()<cr>
""" signify settings
let g:signify_vcs_list = ['git']
hi SignifySignAdd ctermfg=2
hi SignifySignDelete ctermfg=1
hi SignifySignChange ctermfg=3
""" Fugitive settings
" Open current buffer in a new tab and show Fugitive diff
nmap <silent> <leader>cc :tab split \| Gdiff <cr>
nmap <silent> <leader>ci :Gcommit<cr>
nmap <silent> <leader>ca :Gcommit --amend --reuse-message=HEAD<cr>
""" Tagbar plugin settings
map <F5> :TagbarToggle<cr>
let g:tagbar_sort = 0
let g:tagbar_compact = 1
let g:tagbar_autoshowtag = 1
let g:tagbar_width = 25
let g:tagbar_iconchars = ['+', '-']
" Flagship settings
let g:flagship_skip = 'fugitive#statusline'
let g:tablabel =
\ "%N%{flagship#tabmodified()} %{flagship#tabcwds('shorten',',')}"
" Dispatch mappings
nmap <silent> <leader>b :Make!<cr>
""" vim-diff-enhanced settings
" Toggle between different diff algorithms
nmap <silent> <leader>dp :CustomDiff patience<cr>
nmap <silent> <leader>dh :CustomDiff histogram<cr>
" See .md files as markdown instead of modula-2.
autocmd BufNewFile,BufReadPost *.md set filetype=markdown
""" Disable concealing for vim-json
let g:vim_json_syntax_conceal = 0
""" Mapping to call DetectIndent
nmap <silent> <leader>i :1verbose DetectIndent<cr>
" }}}
" eof
" vim:ft=vim:fdm=marker:ff=unix:nowrap:tabstop=4:shiftwidth=4:softtabstop=4:smarttab:shiftround:expandtab