Tired of typing in endless boilerplate code when writing Zope applications?
This bundle will ease the pain in your fingertips and make development in Vim a more enjoyable and smooth experience... hopefully.
- What is Zope?
- Zope is a free and open-source object-oriented Python framework. See: http://www.zope.org
- What is snipMate?
- snipMate is a snippets extension for Vim. It is inspired by TextMate's popular 'code snippets' feature. See: http://www.vim.org/Scripts/script.php?script_id=2540
- What is zope-snipmate-bundle?
- This is a bundle of 'snipMate compatible' snippets generated from Tom Lazar and Witsch's excellent Zope snippets for TextMate. See: https://github.com/tomster/zope.tmbundle
- What is provided by this bundle?
- snipMate snippets for TAL, ZCML and common Zope and Plone code blocks.
- A conversion script
- Where can I get updated versions of this bundle?
- I mantain the snippets and the conversion script on Github. See: http://github.com/zedr/zope-snipmate-bundle
- snipMate plugin
- Python >=2.6
Copy the snippets in your $HOME/.vim/snippets/ directory
Add the following lines in your $HOME/.vimrc:
au BufNewFile,BufRead *.pt set filetype=html.pt au BufNewFile,BufRead *.zcml set filetype=xml.zcml
- See snipMate's homepage, or this screencast: http://vimeo.com/3535418
- Conversion script
This conversion script will read all TextMate compatible snippets in a directory and convert them to snipMate's format.
./tm2snip.py <TextMate snips directory> <Target directory>
zedr (Rigel Di Scala) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tom Lazar and Witsch for their TextMate snippets