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if exists('g:autoloaded_ack') || &cp
finish
endif
if exists('g:ack_use_dispatch')
if g:ack_use_dispatch && !exists(':Dispatch')
call s:Warn('Dispatch not loaded! Falling back to g:ack_use_dispatch = 0.')
@ -238,4 +242,5 @@ function! s:Warn(msg) "{{{
echohl WarningMsg | echomsg 'Ack: ' . a:msg | echohl None
endf "}}}
let g:autoloaded_ack = 1
" vim:set et sw=2 ts=2 tw=78 fdm=marker

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@ -4,6 +4,10 @@
Author: Antoine Imbert <antoine.imbert+ackvim@gmail.com> *ack-author*
License: Same terms as Vim itself (see |license|)
This plugin is only available if 'compatible' is not set.
{Vi does not have any of this}
==============================================================================
INTRODUCTION *ack*
@ -16,7 +20,7 @@ shows the results in a split window.
Search recursively in {directory} (which defaults to the current
directory) for the {pattern}. Behaves just like the |:grep| command, but
will open the |Quickfix| window for you. If [!] is not given the first
occurence is jumped to.
occurrence is jumped to.
:AckAdd [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:AckAdd*
@ -90,7 +94,6 @@ Example:
>
let g:ackprg = "ag --vimgrep"
<
*g:ack_default_options*
g:ack_default_options
Default: " -s -H --nocolor --nogroup --column"
@ -107,18 +110,17 @@ Example:
let g:ack_default_options =
\ " -s -H --nocolor --nogroup --column --smart-case --follow"
<
*g:ack_apply_qmappings*
g:ack_apply_qmappings
Default: 1
This option enable mappings on quickview window.
This option enables mappings on the |quickfix| window.
*g:ack_apply_lmappings*
g:ack_apply_lmappings
Default: 1
This option enable mappings on Location list window.
This option enables mappings on |location-list| windows.
*g:ack_mappings*
g:ack_mappings
@ -139,7 +141,6 @@ Example, if you want to open the result in the middle of the screen:
>
let g:ack_mappings = { "o": "<CR>zz" }
<
*g:ack_qhandler*
g:ack_qhandler
Default: "botright copen"
@ -150,7 +151,6 @@ If you want to open a quickview window with 30 lines you can do:
>
let g:ack_qhandler = "botright copen 30"
<
*g:ack_lhandler*
g:ack_lhandler
Default: "botright lopen"
@ -161,9 +161,7 @@ If you want to open a Location list window with 30 lines you can do:
>
let g:ack_lhandler = "botright lopen 30"
<
*g:ackhighlight*
g:ackhighlight
Default: 0
@ -173,7 +171,6 @@ Example:
>
let g:ackhighlight = 1
<
*g:ack_autoclose*
g:ack_autoclose
Default: 0
@ -185,9 +182,7 @@ Example:
>
let g:ack_autoclose = 1
<
*g:ack_autofold_results*
g:ack_autofold_results
Default: 0
@ -200,9 +195,7 @@ Example:
>
let g:ack_autofold_results = 1
<
*g:ackpreview*
g:ackpreview
Default: 0
@ -212,9 +205,7 @@ Example:
>
let g:ackpreview = 1
<
*g:ack_use_dispatch*
g:ack_use_dispatch
Default: 0
@ -229,9 +220,7 @@ Example:
>
let g:ack_use_dispatch = 1
<
*g:ack_use_cword_for_empty_search*
g:ack_use_cword_for_empty_search
Default: 1
@ -239,34 +228,76 @@ Use this option to enable blank searches to run against the word under the
cursor. When this option is not set, blank searches will only output an error
message.
Example:
>
let g:ack_use_cword_for_empty_search = 0
<
==============================================================================
MAPPINGS *ack-mappings*
The following keyboard shortcuts are available in the quickfix window:
The following keyboard shortcuts are available in the |quickfix| and
|location-list| windows:
o open file (same as enter).
? display a quick summary of these mappings.
O open file and close quickfix window.
o open file (same as Enter).
O open file and close the quickfix window.
go preview file (open but maintain focus on ack.vim results).
t open in a new tab.
T open in new tab silently.
T open in new tab without moving to it.
h open in horizontal split.
H open in horizontal split silently.
H open in horizontal split, keeping focus on the results.
v open in vertical split.
gv open in vertical split silently.
gv open in vertical split, keeping focus on the results.
q close the quickfix window.
To adjust these, see |g:ack_mappings|.
==============================================================================
Ignoring files *ack-ignore*
If you're using this plugin with ag, The Silver Searcher, bear in mind that:
- It ignores file patterns from your .gitignore and .hgignore.
- If there are other files in your source repository you don't wish to
search, you can add their patterns to an .agignore file.
==============================================================================
ISSUES AND FAQ *ack-issues-and-faq*
I use NERDTree and opening ack.vim results in a vertical split displaces it.~
You are probably using NERDTree with its default alignment at the left
side of the window. Set these custom mappings in your vimrc to work around
this:
>
let g:ack_mappings = {
\ 'v': '<C-W><CR><C-W>L<C-W>p<C-W>J<C-W>p',
\ 'gv': '<C-W><CR><C-W>L<C-W>p<C-W>J' }
<
This solution will be improved in the future.
Results show a mix of relative and absolute paths, making them hard to read.~
This is a quirk of Vim that can happen with plain |:vimgrep| too. You can
try this in your vimrc to work around it:
>
autocmd BufAdd * exe "cd" fnameescape(getcwd())
<
but for some users this may be disruptive to their Vim workflow. For more
details, see:
http://vi.stackexchange.com/a/4816/7174
https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim/issues/143
vim:set et sw=4 ts=4 tw=78:

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if exists('g:loaded_ack')
if exists('g:loaded_ack') || &cp
finish
endif

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# ag.vim #
## Deprecated: See [this comment](https://github.com/rking/ag.vim/issues/124#issuecomment-227038003) for more info. Maybe try [ack.vim](https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim#can-i-use-ag-the-silver-searcher-with-this) as an alternative. ##
This plugin is a front for ag, A.K.A.
[the_silver_searcher](https://github.com/ggreer/the_silver_searcher). Ag can
be used as a replacement for 153% of the uses of `ack`. This plugin will allow

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@ -93,6 +93,7 @@ let [s:pref, s:bpref, s:opts, s:new_opts, s:lc_opts] =
\ 'open_single_match': ['s:opensingle', []],
\ 'brief_prompt': ['s:brfprt', 0],
\ 'match_current_file': ['s:matchcrfile', 0],
\ 'match_natural_name': ['s:matchnatural', 0],
\ 'compare_lim': ['s:compare_lim', 3000],
\ 'bufname_mod': ['s:bufname_mod', ':t'],
\ 'bufpath_mod': ['s:bufpath_mod', ':~:.:h'],
@ -425,7 +426,7 @@ fu! s:UserCmd(lscmd)
let do_ign =
\ type(s:usrcmd) == 4 && has_key(s:usrcmd, 'ignore') && s:usrcmd['ignore']
if do_ign && ctrlp#igncwd(s:cwd) | retu | en
if exists('+ssl') && &ssl
if exists('+ssl') && &ssl && &shell !~ 'sh'
let [ssl, &ssl, path] = [&ssl, 0, tr(path, '/', '\')]
en
if (has('win32') || has('win64')) && match(&shellcmdflag, "/") != -1
@ -653,9 +654,9 @@ fu! s:Update(str)
endf
fu! s:ForceUpdate()
let wv = winsaveview()
let pos = exists('*getcurpos') ? getcurpos() : getpos('.')
sil! cal s:Update(escape(s:getinput(), '\'))
cal winrestview(wv)
cal setpos('.', pos)
endf
fu! s:BuildPrompt(upd)
@ -839,9 +840,9 @@ fu! s:PrtSelectMove(dir)
let wht = winheight(0)
let dirs = {'t': 'gg','b': 'G','j': 'j','k': 'k','u': wht.'k','d': wht.'j'}
exe 'keepj norm!' dirs[a:dir]
let wv = winsaveview()
let pos = exists('*getcurpos') ? getcurpos() : getpos('.')
cal s:BuildPrompt(0)
cal winrestview(wv)
cal setpos('.', pos)
endf
fu! s:PrtSelectJump(char)
@ -864,9 +865,9 @@ fu! s:PrtSelectJump(char)
let [jmpln, s:jmpchr] = [npos == -1 ? pos : npos, [chr, npos]]
en
exe 'keepj norm!' ( jmpln + 1 ).'G'
let wv = winsaveview()
let pos = exists('*getcurpos') ? getcurpos() : getpos('.')
cal s:BuildPrompt(0)
cal winrestview(wv)
cal setpos('.', pos)
en
endf
" Misc {{{2
@ -907,6 +908,7 @@ fu! s:PrtDeleteMRU()
endf
fu! s:PrtExit()
exe bufwinnr(s:bufnr).'winc w'
if bufnr('%') == s:bufnr && bufname('%') == 'ControlP'
noa cal s:Close(1)
noa winc p
@ -1822,7 +1824,7 @@ fu! s:highlight(pat, grp)
" occurrence of our letters. We also ensure that our matcher is case
" insensitive or sensitive depending.
cal matchadd(a:grp, beginning.middle.ending)
endfor
endfo
en
cal matchadd('CtrlPLinePre', '^>')
@ -2346,9 +2348,16 @@ endf
fu! s:buildpat(lst)
let pat = a:lst[0]
for item in range(1, len(a:lst) - 1)
let pat .= '[^'.a:lst[item - 1].']\{-}'.a:lst[item]
endfo
if s:matchnatural == 1
for item in range(1, len(a:lst) - 1)
let c = a:lst[item - 1]
let pat .= (c == '/' ? '[^/]\{-}' : '[^'.c.'/]\{-}').a:lst[item]
endfo
else
for item in range(1, len(a:lst) - 1)
let pat .= '[^'.a:lst[item - 1].']\{-}'.a:lst[item]
endfo
en
retu pat
endf

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" Filename: autoload/lightline.vim
" Author: itchyny
" License: MIT License
" Last Change: 2016/06/11 14:05:27.
" Last Change: 2016/06/12 22:40:00.
" =============================================================================
let s:save_cpo = &cpo
@ -263,7 +263,7 @@ endif
function! lightline#highlight(...) abort
let [c, f] = [s:lightline.palette, s:lightline.mode_fallback]
let [s:lightline.llen, s:lightline.rlen] = [len(c.normal.left), len(c.normal.right)]
let [s:lightline.tab_llen, s:lightline.tab_rlen] = [len(has_key(get(c, 'tabline', {}), 'left') ? c.tabline.left : c.normal.left), len(has_key(get(c, 'tabline', {}), 'right') ? c.tabline.right : c.normal.right)]
let [s:lightline.tab_llen, s:lightline.tab_rlen] = [len(has_key(get(c, 'tabline', {}), 'left') ? c.tabline.left : c.normal.left), len(has_key(get(c, 'tabline', {}), 'right') ? c.tabline.right : c.normal.right)]
let types = map(s:uniq(sort(filter(values(s:lightline.component_type), 'v:val !=# "raw"'))), '[v:val, 1]')
let modes = a:0 ? [a:1] : extend(['normal', 'insert', 'replace', 'visual', 'inactive', 'command', 'select', 'tabline'], has('nvim') ? ['terminal'] : [])
for mode in modes
@ -293,7 +293,7 @@ function! lightline#highlight(...) abort
endfunction
function! s:subseparator(components, subseparator, expanded) abort
let [a, c, f, v] = [ a:components, s:lightline.component, s:lightline.component_function, s:lightline.component_visible_condition ]
let [a, c, f, v] = [ a:components, s:lightline.component, s:lightline.component_function, s:lightline.component_visible_condition ]
let xs = map(range(len(a:components)), 'a:expanded[v:val] ? "1" :
\ has_key(f, a[v:val]) ? (exists("*".f[a[v:val]]) ? "" : "exists(\"*".f[a[v:val]]."\")&&").f[a[v:val]]."()!=#\"\"" :
\ has_key(v, a[v:val]) ? "(" . v[a[v:val]] . ")" : has_key(c, a[v:val]) ? "1" : "0"')

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@ -187,17 +187,17 @@ endfunction
" closes the parent dir of the current node
function! s:closeCurrentDir(node)
let parent = a:node.parent
while g:NERDTreeCascadeOpenSingleChildDir && !parent.isRoot()
let childNodes = parent.getVisibleChildren()
if len(childNodes) == 1 && childNodes[0].path.isDirectory
let parent = parent.parent
else
break
endif
endwhile
if parent ==# {} || parent.isRoot()
call nerdtree#echo("cannot close tree root")
else
while g:NERDTreeCascadeOpenSingleChildDir && !parent.parent.isRoot()
if parent.parent.getVisibleChildCount() == 1
call parent.close()
let parent = parent.parent
else
break
endif
endwhile
call parent.close()
call b:NERDTree.render()
call parent.putCursorHere(0, 0)

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@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
## 1. Bug reports / GitHub issues
Please note that the preferred channel for posting bug reports is the
[issue tracker at GitHub][0]. Reports posted elsewhere are less likely
[issue tracker at GitHub][bug_tracker]. Reports posted elsewhere are less likely
to be seen by the core team.
When reporting a bug make sure you search the existing GitHub issues
@ -39,14 +39,14 @@ too:
## 2. Submitting a patch
Before you consider adding features to syntastic, _please_ spend a few minutes
(re-)reading the latest version of the [manual][1]. Syntastic is changing
(re-)reading the latest version of the [manual][manual]. Syntastic is changing
rapidly at times, and it's possible that some features you want to add exist
already.
To submit a patch:
* fork the [repo][2] on GitHub;
* make a [topic branch][3] and start hacking;
* fork the [repo][github] on GitHub;
* make a [topic branch][branches] and start hacking;
* submit a pull request based off your topic branch.
Small, focused patches are preferred.
@ -69,14 +69,14 @@ Follow the coding conventions/styles used in the syntastic core:
* don't use `l:` prefixes for variables unless actually required (i.e.
almost never);
* code for maintainability; we would rather a function be a couple of
lines longer and have (for example) some [explaining variables][4] to
lines longer and have (for example) some [explaining variables][variables] to
aid readability.
<a name="checkerstyle"></a>
## 4. Syntax checker notes
Make sure to read the [guide][5] if you plan to add new syntax checkers.
Make sure to read the [guide][guide] if you plan to add new syntax checkers.
Use the existing checkers as templates, rather than writing everything
from scratch.
@ -97,9 +97,9 @@ let errorformat =
\ '%-G%.%#'
```
[0]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/issues
[1]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/blob/master/doc/syntastic.txt
[2]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic
[3]: https://github.com/dchelimsky/rspec/wiki/Topic-Branches#using-topic-branches-when-contributing-patches
[4]: http://www.refactoring.com/catalog/extractVariable.html
[5]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/wiki/Syntax-Checker-Guide
[bug_tracker]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/issues
[manual]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/blob/master/doc/syntastic.txt
[github]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic
[branches]: https://github.com/dchelimsky/rspec/wiki/Topic-Branches#using-topic-branches-when-contributing-patches
[variables]: http://www.refactoring.com/catalog/extractVariable.html
[guide]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/wiki/Syntax-Checker-Guide

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@ -46,37 +46,38 @@
## 1\. Introduction
Syntastic is a syntax checking plugin for [Vim][13] that runs files through
Syntastic is a syntax checking plugin for [Vim][vim] that runs files through
external syntax checkers and displays any resulting errors to the user. This
can be done on demand, or automatically as files are saved. If syntax errors
are detected, the user is notified and is happy because they didn't have to
compile their code or execute their script to find them.
At the time of this writing, syntastic has checking plugins for ActionScript,
Ada, Ansible configurations, API Blueprint, AppleScript, AsciiDoc, ASM,
BEMHTML, Bro, Bourne shell, C, C++, C#, Cabal, Chef, CoffeeScript, Coco,
Coq, CSS, Cucumber, CUDA, D, Dart, DocBook, Dockerfile, Dust, Elixir,
Ada, Ansible configurations, API Blueprint, AppleScript, AsciiDoc, Assembly
languages, BEMHTML, Bro, Bourne shell, C, C++, C#, Cabal, Chef, CoffeeScript,
Coco, Coq, CSS, Cucumber, CUDA, D, Dart, DocBook, Dockerfile, Dust, Elixir,
Erlang, eRuby, Fortran, Gentoo metadata, GLSL, Go, Haml, Haskell, Haxe,
Handlebars, HSS, HTML, Java, JavaScript, JSON, JSX, LESS, Lex, Limbo, LISP,
LLVM intermediate language, Lua, Markdown, MATLAB, Mercury, NASM, Nix,
Objective-C, Objective-C++, OCaml, Perl, Perl POD, PHP, gettext Portable
Object, OS X and iOS property lists, Pug (formerly Jade), Puppet, Python, QML,
R, Racket, RDF TriG, RDF Turtle, Relax NG, reStructuredText, RPM spec, Ruby,
SASS/SCSS, Scala, Slim, SML, Sphinx, SQL, Stylus, Tcl, TeX, Texinfo, Twig,
TypeScript, Vala, Verilog, VHDL, VimL, xHtml, XML, XSLT, XQuery, YACC, YAML,
YANG data models, z80, Zope page templates, and zsh. See the [wiki][3] for
details about the corresponding supported checkers.
Object, OS X and iOS property lists, Pug (formerly Jade), Puppet, Python,
QML, R, Racket, RDF TriG, RDF Turtle, Relax NG, reStructuredText, RPM spec,
Ruby, SASS/SCSS, Scala, Slim, SML, Sphinx, SQL, Stylus, Tcl, TeX, Texinfo,
Twig, TypeScript, Vala, Verilog, VHDL, VimL, xHtml, XML, XSLT, XQuery,
YACC, YAML, YANG data models, z80, Zope page templates, and Zsh. See the
[manual][checkers] for details about the corresponding supported checkers
(`:help syntastic-checkers` in Vim).
A number of third-party Vim plugins also provide checkers for syntastic,
for example: [merlin][30], [omnisharp-vim][25], [rust.vim][12],
[syntastic-extras][26], [syntastic-more][27], [vim-crystal][29],
[vim-eastwood][28], and [vim-swift][24].
for example: [merlin][merlin], [omnisharp-vim][omnisharp], [rust.vim][rust],
[syntastic-extras][myint], [syntastic-more][roktas], [vim-crystal][crystal],
[vim-eastwood][eastwood], and [vim-swift][swift].
Below is a screenshot showing the methods that Syntastic uses to display syntax
errors. Note that, in practise, you will only have a subset of these methods
enabled.
![Screenshot 1][0]
![Screenshot 1][screenshot]
1. Errors are loaded into the location list for the corresponding window.
2. When the cursor is on a line containing an error, the error message is echoed in the command window.
@ -94,7 +95,7 @@ enabled.
### 2.1\. Requirements
Syntastic itself has rather relaxed requirements: it doesn't have any external
dependencies, and it needs a version of [Vim][13] compiled with a few common
dependencies, and it needs a version of [Vim][vim] compiled with a few common
features: `autocmd`, `eval`, `file_in_path`, `modify_fname`, `quickfix`,
`reltime`, and `user_commands`. Not all possible combinations of features that
include the ones above make equal sense on all operating systems, but Vim
@ -102,8 +103,8 @@ version 7 or later with the "normal", "big", or "huge" feature sets should be
fine.
Syntastic should work with any modern plugin managers for Vim, such as
[NeoBundle][14], [Pathogen][1], [Vim-Addon-Manager][15], [Vim-Plug][16], or
[Vundle][17]. Instructions for installing syntastic with [Pathogen][1] are
[NeoBundle][neobundle], [Pathogen][pathogen], [Vim-Addon-Manager][vam], [Vim-Plug][plug], or
[Vundle][vundle]. Instructions for installing syntastic with [Pathogen][pathogen] are
included below for completeness.
Starting with Vim version 7.4.1486 you can also load syntastic using the
@ -115,20 +116,21 @@ syntastic is present only in versions 7.4.1486 and later.
Last but not least: syntastic doesn't know how to do any syntax checks by
itself. In order to get meaningful results you need to install external
checkers corresponding to the types of files you use. Please consult the
[wiki][3] for a list of supported checkers.
[manual][checkers] (`:help syntastic-checkers` in Vim) for a list of supported
checkers.
<a name="installpathogen"></a>
### 2.2\. Installing syntastic with Pathogen
If you already have [Pathogen][1] working then skip [Step 1](#step1) and go to
If you already have [Pathogen][pathogen] working then skip [Step 1](#step1) and go to
[Step 2](#step2).
<a name="step1"></a>
#### 2.2.1\. Step 1: Install pathogen.vim
First I'll show you how to install Tim Pope's [Pathogen][1] so that it's easy to
First I'll show you how to install Tim Pope's [Pathogen][pathogen] so that it's easy to
install syntastic. Do this in your terminal so that you get the `pathogen.vim`
file and the directories it needs:
```sh
@ -155,7 +157,7 @@ Quit vim and start it back up to reload it, then type:
:Helptags
```
If you get an error when you do this, then you probably didn't install
[Pathogen][1] right. Go back to [Step 1](#step1) and make sure you did the
[Pathogen][pathogen] right. Go back to [Step 1](#step1) and make sure you did the
following:
1. Created both the `~/.vim/autoload` and `~/.vim/bundle` directories.
@ -192,10 +194,11 @@ __4.1. Q. I installed syntastic but it isn't reporting any errors...__
A. The most likely reason is that none of the syntax checkers that it requires
are installed. For example: by default, python requires either `flake8` or
`pylint` to be installed and in your `$PATH`. To see which executables are
supported, look at the [wiki][3]. Note that aliases do not work; the actual
executables must be available in your `$PATH`. Symbolic links are okay though.
You can see syntastic's idea of available checkers by running `:SyntasticInfo`.
`pylint` to be installed and in your `$PATH`. Read the [manual][checkers]
(`:help syntastic-checkers` in Vim) to find out what executables are
supported. Note that aliases do not work; the actual executables must be
available in your `$PATH`. Symbolic links are okay though. You can see
syntastic's idea of available checkers by running `:SyntasticInfo`.
A second probable reason is that none of the available checkers are
enabled. Syntastic comes preconfigured with a default list of enabled checkers
@ -222,7 +225,7 @@ on Windows.
Finally, another reason it could fail is that either the command line options
or the error output for a syntax checker may have changed. In this case, make
sure you have the latest version of the syntax checker installed. If it still
fails then post an [issue][4] - or better yet, create a pull request.
fails then post an [issue][bug_tracker] - or better yet, create a pull request.
<a name="faqpython3"></a>
@ -238,18 +241,18 @@ let g:syntastic_python_python_exec = '/path/to/python3'
__4.3. Q. Are there any local checkers for HTML5 that I can use with syntastic?__
[HTML Tidy][18] has a fork named [HTML Tidy for HTML5][19]. It's a drop
[HTML Tidy][tidy_old] has a fork named [HTML Tidy for HTML5][tidy]. It's a drop
in replacement, and syntastic can use it without changes. Just install it
somewhere and point `g:syntastic_html_tidy_exec` to its executable:
```vim
let g:syntastic_html_tidy_exec = 'tidy5'
```
Alternatively, you can install [vnu.jar][21] from the [validator.nu][20]
project and run it as a [HTTP server][23]:
Alternatively, you can install [vnu.jar][vnu_jar] from the [validator.nu][vnu]
project and run it as a [HTTP server][vnu_server]:
```sh
$ java -Xss512k -cp /path/to/vnu.jar nu.validator.servlet.Main 8888
```
Then you can [configure][22] syntastic to use it:
Then you can configure syntastic to use it:
```vim
let g:syntastic_html_validator_api = 'http://localhost:8888/'
```
@ -260,7 +263,7 @@ __4.4. Q. The `perl` checker has stopped working...__
A. The `perl` checker runs `perl -c` against your file, which in turn
__executes__ any `BEGIN`, `UNITCHECK`, and `CHECK` blocks, and any `use`
statements in your file (cf. [perlrun][10]). This is probably fine if you
statements in your file (cf. [perlrun][perlrun]). This is probably fine if you
wrote the file yourself, but it's a security problem if you're checking
third-party files. Since there is currently no way to disable this behaviour
while still producing useful results, the checker is now disabled by default.
@ -274,7 +277,7 @@ let g:syntastic_enable_perl_checker = 1
__4.5. Q. What happened to the `rustc` checker?__
A. It is now part of the [rust.vim][12] plugin. If you install this plugin the
A. It is now part of the [rust.vim][rust] plugin. If you install this plugin the
checker should be picked up automatically by syntastic.
<a name="faqxcrun"></a>
@ -282,7 +285,7 @@ checker should be picked up automatically by syntastic.
__4.6. Q. What happened to the `xcrun` checker?__
A. The `xcrun` checker used to have a security problem and it has been removed.
A better checker for __Swift__ is part of the [vim-swift][24] plugin. If you
A better checker for __Swift__ is part of the [vim-swift][swift] plugin. If you
install this plugin the checker should be picked up automatically by syntastic.
<a name="faqloclist"></a>
@ -324,8 +327,8 @@ A. Stick a line like this in your `vimrc`:
let g:syntastic_<filetype>_checkers = ['<checker-name>']
```
To see the list of supported checkers for your filetype look at the
[wiki][3].
To see the list of supported checkers for your filetype read the
[manual][checkers] (`:help syntastic-checkers` in Vim).
e.g. Python has the following checkers, among others: `flake8`, `pyflakes`,
`pylint` and a native `python` checker.
@ -406,7 +409,7 @@ A. Vim provides several built-in commands for this. See `:help :lnext` and
`:help :lprevious`.
If you use these commands a lot then you may want to add shortcut mappings to
your `vimrc`, or install something like [unimpaired][2], which provides such
your `vimrc`, or install something like [unimpaired][unimpaired], which provides such
mappings (among other things).
<a name="faqbdelete"></a>
@ -427,50 +430,50 @@ cabbrev <silent> bd <C-r>=(getcmdtype()==#':' && getcmdpos()==1 ? 'lclose\|bdele
## 5\. Resources
The preferred place for posting suggestions, reporting bugs, and general
discussions related to syntastic is the [issue tracker at GitHub][4].
A guide for writing syntax checkers can be found in the [wiki][11].
There are also a dedicated [google group][5], and a
[syntastic tag at StackOverflow][6].
discussions related to syntastic is the [issue tracker at GitHub][bug_tracker].
A guide for writing syntax checkers can be found in the [wiki][guide].
There are also a dedicated [google group][google_group], and a
[syntastic tag at StackOverflow][stack_overflow].
Syntastic aims to provide a common interface to syntax checkers for as many
languages as possible. For particular languages, there are, of course, other
plugins that provide more functionality than syntastic. You might want to take
a look at [ghcmod-vim][31], [jedi-vim][7], [python-mode][8], [vim-go][32], or
[YouCompleteMe][9].
a look at [ghcmod-vim][ghcmod], [jedi-vim][jedi], [python-mode][python_mode], [vim-go][vimgo], or
[YouCompleteMe][ycm].
[0]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/raw/master/_assets/screenshot_1.png
[1]: https://github.com/tpope/vim-pathogen
[2]: https://github.com/tpope/vim-unimpaired
[3]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/wiki/Syntax-Checkers
[4]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/issues
[5]: https://groups.google.com/group/vim-syntastic
[6]: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/syntastic
[7]: https://github.com/davidhalter/jedi-vim
[8]: https://github.com/klen/python-mode
[9]: http://valloric.github.io/YouCompleteMe/
[10]: http://perldoc.perl.org/perlrun.html#*-c*
[11]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/wiki/Syntax-Checker-Guide
[12]: https://github.com/rust-lang/rust.vim
[13]: http://www.vim.org/
[14]: https://github.com/Shougo/neobundle.vim
[15]: https://github.com/MarcWeber/vim-addon-manager
[16]: https://github.com/junegunn/vim-plug/
[17]: https://github.com/gmarik/Vundle.vim
[18]: http://tidy.sourceforge.net/
[19]: http://www.htacg.org/tidy-html5/
[20]: http://about.validator.nu/
[21]: https://github.com/validator/validator/releases/latest
[22]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/wiki/HTML%3A---validator
[23]: http://validator.github.io/validator/#standalone
[24]: https://github.com/kballard/vim-swift
[25]: https://github.com/OmniSharp/omnisharp-vim
[26]: https://github.com/myint/syntastic-extras
[27]: https://github.com/roktas/syntastic-more
[28]: https://github.com/venantius/vim-eastwood
[29]: https://github.com/rhysd/vim-crystal
[30]: https://github.com/the-lambda-church/merlin
[31]: https://github.com/eagletmt/ghcmod-vim
[32]: https://github.com/fatih/vim-go
[screenshot]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/raw/master/_assets/screenshot_1.png
[bug_tracker]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/issues
[checkers]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/blob/master/doc/syntastic-checkers.txt
[crystal]: https://github.com/rhysd/vim-crystal
[eastwood]: https://github.com/venantius/vim-eastwood
[ghcmod]: https://github.com/eagletmt/ghcmod-vim
[google_group]: https://groups.google.com/group/vim-syntastic
[guide]: https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/wiki/Syntax-Checker-Guide
[jedi]: https://github.com/davidhalter/jedi-vim
[merlin]: https://github.com/the-lambda-church/merlin
[myint]: https://github.com/myint/syntastic-extras
[neobundle]: https://github.com/Shougo/neobundle.vim
[omnisharp]: https://github.com/OmniSharp/omnisharp-vim
[pathogen]: https://github.com/tpope/vim-pathogen
[perlrun]: http://perldoc.perl.org/perlrun.html#*-c*
[plug]: https://github.com/junegunn/vim-plug/
[python_mode]: https://github.com/klen/python-mode
[roktas]: https://github.com/roktas/syntastic-more
[rust]: https://github.com/rust-lang/rust.vim
[stack_overflow]: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/syntastic
[swift]: https://github.com/kballard/vim-swift
[tidy]: http://www.htacg.org/tidy-html5/
[tidy_old]: http://tidy.sourceforge.net/
[unimpaired]: https://github.com/tpope/vim-unimpaired
[vam]: https://github.com/MarcWeber/vim-addon-manager
[vim]: http://www.vim.org/
[vimgo]: https://github.com/fatih/vim-go
[vnu]: http://about.validator.nu/
[vnu_jar]: https://github.com/validator/validator/releases/latest
[vnu_server]: http://validator.github.io/validator/#standalone
[vundle]: https://github.com/gmarik/Vundle.vim
[ycm]: http://valloric.github.io/YouCompleteMe/
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@ -357,6 +357,54 @@ function! syntastic#preprocess#stylelint(errors) abort " {{{2
return out
endfunction " }}}2
function! syntastic#preprocess#tern_lint(errors) abort " {{{2
let errs = join(a:errors, '')
let json = s:_decode_JSON(errs)
echomsg string(json)
let out = []
if type(json) == type({}) && has_key(json, 'messages') && type(json['messages']) == type([])
for e in json['messages']
try
let line_from = byte2line(e['from'] + 1)
if line_from > 0
let line = line_from
let column = e['from'] - line2byte(line_from) + 2
let line_to = byte2line(e['from'] + 1)
let hl = line_to == line ? e['to'] - line2byte(line_to) + 1 : 0
else
let line = 0
let column = 0
let hl = 0
endif
if column < 0
let column = 0
endif
if hl < 0
let hl = 0
endif
call add(out,
\ e['file'] . ':' .
\ e['severity'][0] . ':' .
\ line . ':' .
\ column . ':' .
\ hl . ':' .
\ e['message'])
catch /\m^Vim\%((\a\+)\)\=:E716/
call syntastic#log#warn('checker javascript/tern_lint: unrecognized error item ' . string(e))
let out = []
endtry
endfor
else
call syntastic#log#warn('checker javascript/tern_lint: unrecognized error format')
endif
echomsg string(out)
return out
endfunction " }}}2
function! syntastic#preprocess#tslint(errors) abort " {{{2
return map(copy(a:errors), 'substitute(v:val, ''\m^\(([^)]\+)\)\s\(.\+\)$'', ''\2 \1'', "")')
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@ -76,9 +76,7 @@ syntax checker plugins are defined on a per-filetype basis where each one wraps
up an external syntax checking program. The core script delegates off to these
plugins and uses their output to provide the syntastic functionality.
Take a look at the wiki for a list of supported filetypes and checkers:
https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/wiki/Syntax-Checkers
Take a look at the list of supported filetypes and checkers: |syntastic-checkers|.
Note: This doc only deals with using syntastic. To learn how to write syntax
checker integrations, see the guide on the GitHub wiki:
@ -563,7 +561,7 @@ option should be set to something like: >
\ "file:p": ['\m^/usr/include/', '\m\c\.h$'] }
<
Each element turns off messages matching the patterns specified by the
corresponding value. Values are lists, but if a list consist of a single
corresponding value. Values are lists, but if a list consists of a single
element you may omit the brackets (e.g. you may write "style" instead of
["style"]). Elements with values [] or "" are ignored (this is useful for
overriding filters, cf. |filter-overrides|).
@ -751,10 +749,8 @@ If neither |'g:syntastic_<filetype>_checkers'| nor |'b:syntastic_checkers'|
is set, a default list of checker is used. Beware however that this list
deliberately kept minimal, for performance reasons.
Take a look at the wiki to find out what checkers and filetypes are supported
by syntastic:
https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/wiki/Syntax-Checkers
Take a look elsewhere in this manual to find out what checkers and filetypes
are supported by syntastic: |syntastic-checkers|.
Use `:SyntasticInfo` to see which checkers are available for a given filetype.
@ -848,9 +844,8 @@ omitting the filename from the command line: >
*syntastic-config-no-makeprgbuild*
For checkers that do not use the "makeprgBuild()" function you will have to
look at the source code of the checker in question. If there are specific
options that can be set, they are normally documented in the wiki:
https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/wiki/Syntax-Checkers
options that can be set they are normally documented in this manual (see
|syntastic-checkers|).
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@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ if has('reltime')
lockvar! g:_SYNTASTIC_START
endif
let g:_SYNTASTIC_VERSION = '3.7.0-144'
let g:_SYNTASTIC_VERSION = '3.7.0-153'
lockvar g:_SYNTASTIC_VERSION
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@ -17,7 +17,6 @@ let g:loaded_syntastic_cpp_clang_check_checker = 1
call g:SyntasticRegistry.CreateAndRegisterChecker({
\ 'filetype': 'cpp',
\ 'name': 'clang_check',
\ 'exec': 'clang-check',
\ 'redirect': 'c/clang_check'})
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@ -17,7 +17,6 @@ let g:loaded_syntastic_cpp_clang_tidy_checker = 1
call g:SyntasticRegistry.CreateAndRegisterChecker({
\ 'filetype': 'cpp',
\ 'name': 'clang_tidy',
\ 'exec': 'clang-tidy',
\ 'redirect': 'c/clang_tidy'})
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@ -18,7 +18,6 @@ let g:loaded_syntastic_cpp_pc_lint_checker = 1
call g:SyntasticRegistry.CreateAndRegisterChecker({
\ 'filetype': 'cpp',
\ 'name': 'pc_lint',
\ 'exec': 'lint-nt',
\ 'redirect': 'c/pc_lint'})
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@ -0,0 +1,53 @@
"============================================================================
"File: tern_lint.vim
"Description: Syntax checking plugin for syntastic
"Maintainer: LCD 47 <lcd047@gmail.com>
"License: This program is free software. It comes without any warranty,
" to the extent permitted by applicable law. You can redistribute
" it and/or modify it under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You
" Want To Public License, Version 2, as published by Sam Hocevar.
" See http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/COPYING for more details.
"============================================================================
if exists('g:loaded_syntastic_javascript_tern_lint_checker')
finish
endif
let g:loaded_syntastic_javascript_tern_lint_checker = 1
let s:save_cpo = &cpo
set cpo&vim
function! SyntaxCheckers_javascript_tern_lint_IsAvailable() dict
return has('byte_offset') && executable(self.getExec())
endfunction
function! SyntaxCheckers_javascript_tern_lint_GetLocList() dict
let makeprg = self.makeprgBuild({})
let errorformat = '%f:%t:%l:%c:%n:%m'
let loclist = SyntasticMake({
\ 'makeprg': makeprg,
\ 'errorformat': errorformat,
\ 'preprocess': 'tern_lint',
\ 'returns': [0] })
for e in loclist
if get(e, 'col', 0) && get(e, 'nr', 0)
let e['hl'] = '\%>' . (e['col'] - 1) . 'c\%<' . (e['nr'] + 1) . 'c'
endif
let e['nr'] = 0
endfor
return loclist
endfunction
call g:SyntasticRegistry.CreateAndRegisterChecker({
\ 'filetype': 'javascript',
\ 'name': 'tern_lint',
\ 'exec': 'tern-lint' })
let &cpo = s:save_cpo
unlet s:save_cpo
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@ -0,0 +1,51 @@
"============================================================================
"File: sass_lint.vim
"Description: Syntax checking plugin for syntastic
"Maintainer: LCD 47 <lcd047 at gmail dot com>
"License: This program is free software. It comes without any warranty,
" to the extent permitted by applicable law. You can redistribute
" it and/or modify it under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You
" Want To Public License, Version 2, as published by Sam Hocevar.
" See http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/COPYING for more details.
"
"============================================================================
if exists('g:loaded_syntastic_sass_sass_lint_checker')
finish
endif
let g:loaded_syntastic_sass_sass_lint_checker = 1
let s:save_cpo = &cpo
set cpo&vim
function! SyntaxCheckers_sass_sass_lint_IsAvailable() dict
if !executable(self.getExec())
return 0
endif
return syntastic#util#versionIsAtLeast(self.getVersion(), [1, 5])
endfunction
function! SyntaxCheckers_sass_sass_lint_GetLocList() dict
let makeprg = self.makeprgBuild({
\ 'args': '-v',
\ 'args_after': '-q -f compact' })
let errorformat =
\ '%f: line %l\, col %c\, %trror - %m,' .
\ '%f: line %l\, col %c\, %tarning - %m'
return SyntasticMake({
\ 'makeprg': makeprg,
\ 'errorformat': errorformat,
\ 'returns': [0, 1] })
endfunction
call g:SyntasticRegistry.CreateAndRegisterChecker({
\ 'filetype': 'sass',
\ 'name': 'sass_lint',
\ 'exec': 'sass-lint' })
let &cpo = s:save_cpo
unlet s:save_cpo
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@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
"============================================================================
"File: sass_lint.vim
"Description: Syntax checking plugin for syntastic
"Maintainer: LCD 47 <lcd047 at gmail dot com>
"License: This program is free software. It comes without any warranty,
" to the extent permitted by applicable law. You can redistribute
" it and/or modify it under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You
" Want To Public License, Version 2, as published by Sam Hocevar.
" See http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/COPYING for more details.
"
"============================================================================
if exists('g:loaded_syntastic_scss_sass_lint_checker')
finish
endif
let g:loaded_syntastic_scss_sass_lint_checker = 1
call g:SyntasticRegistry.CreateAndRegisterChecker({
\ 'filetype': 'scss',
\ 'name': 'sass_lint',
\ 'redirect': 'sass/sass_lint'})
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@ -41,35 +41,37 @@ endfunction " }}}1
" Utilities {{{1
function! s:GetValaModules() " {{{2
if exists('g:syntastic_vala_modules')
if type(g:syntastic_vala_modules) == type('')
return split(g:syntastic_vala_modules, '\s\+')
elseif type(g:syntastic_vala_modules) == type([])
return copy(g:syntastic_vala_modules)
if exists('g:syntastic_vala_modules') || exists('b:syntastic_vala_modules')
let modules = syntastic#util#var('vala_modules')
if type(modules) == type('')
return split(modules, '\m\s\+')
elseif type(modules) == type([])
return copy(modules)
else
echoerr 'g:syntastic_vala_modules must be either list or string: fallback to in file modules string'
echoerr 'syntastic_vala_modules must be either list or string: fallback to in file modules string'
endif
endif
let modules_line = search('^// modules: ', 'n')
let modules_str = getline(modules_line)
return split(strpart(modules_str, 12), '\s\+')
return split(strpart(modules_str, 12), '\m\s\+')
endfunction " }}}2
function! s:GetValaVapiDirs() " {{{2
if exists('g:syntastic_vala_vapi_dirs')
if type(g:syntastic_vala_vapi_dirs) == type('')
return split(g:syntastic_vala_vapi_dirs, '\s\+')
elseif type(g:syntastic_vala_vapi_dirs) == type([])
return copy(g:syntastic_vala_vapi_dirs)
if exists('g:syntastic_vala_vapi_dirs') || exists('b:syntastic_vala_vapi_dirs')
let vapi_dirs = syntastic#util#var('vala_vapi_dirs')
if type(vapi_dirs) == type('')
return split(vapi_dirs, '\m\s\+')
elseif type(vapi_dirs) == type([])
return copy(vapi_dirs)
else
echoerr 'g:syntastic_vala_vapi_dirs must be either a list, or a string: fallback to in-file modules string'
echoerr 'syntastic_vala_vapi_dirs must be either a list, or a string: fallback to in-file modules string'
endif
endif
let vapi_line = search('^//\s*vapidirs:\s*','n')
let vapi_str = getline(vapi_line)
return split( substitute( vapi_str, '^//\s*vapidirs:\s*', '', 'g' ), '\s\+' )
return split( substitute( vapi_str, '\m^//\s*vapidirs:\s*', '', 'g' ), '\m\s\+' )
endfunction " }}}2
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@ -67,9 +67,10 @@ function! SyntaxCheckers_vim_vimlint_GetLocList() dict " {{{1
\ 'EVL204': 3,
\ 'EVL205': 3 }
if exists('g:syntastic_vimlint_options')
if type(g:syntastic_vimlint_options) == type({})
let options = filter(copy(g:syntastic_vimlint_options), 'v:key =~# "\\m^EVL"')
if exists('g:syntastic_vimlint_options') || exists('b:syntastic_vimlint_options')
let opts = syntastic#util#var('vimlint_options')
if type(opts) == type({})
let options = filter(copy(opts), 'v:key =~# "\\m^EVL"')
call extend(param, options, 'force')
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@ -1116,7 +1116,7 @@ endfunction
function! s:CommitComplete(A,L,P) abort
if a:A =~ '^-' || type(a:A) == type(0) " a:A is 0 on :Gcommit -<Tab>
let args = ['-C', '-F', '-a', '-c', '-e', '-i', '-m', '-n', '-o', '-q', '-s', '-t', '-u', '-v', '--all', '--allow-empty', '--amend', '--author=', '--cleanup=', '--dry-run', '--edit', '--file=', '--include', '--interactive', '--message=', '--no-verify', '--only', '--quiet', '--reedit-message=', '--reuse-message=', '--signoff', '--template=', '--untracked-files', '--verbose']
let args = ['-C', '-F', '-a', '-c', '-e', '-i', '-m', '-n', '-o', '-q', '-s', '-t', '-u', '-v', '--all', '--allow-empty', '--amend', '--author=', '--cleanup=', '--dry-run', '--edit', '--file=', '--fixup=', '--include', '--interactive', '--message=', '--no-verify', '--only', '--quiet', '--reedit-message=', '--reuse-message=', '--signoff', '--squash=', '--template=', '--untracked-files', '--verbose']
return filter(args,'v:val[0 : strlen(a:A)-1] ==# a:A')
else
return s:repo().superglob(a:A)
@ -2840,7 +2840,7 @@ function! s:cfile() abort
elseif getline('.') =~# '^#\trenamed:.* -> '
let file = '/'.matchstr(getline('.'),' -> \zs.*')
return [file]
elseif getline('.') =~# '^#\t[[:alpha:] ]\+: *.'
elseif getline('.') =~# '^#\t\(\k\| \)\+: *.'
let file = '/'.matchstr(getline('.'),': *\zs.\{-\}\ze\%( ([^()[:digit:]]\+)\)\=$')
return [file]
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@ -3,12 +3,16 @@
IMPROVEMENTS:
* `:GoDoc` accepts arguments now which are passed directly to `godoc`. So usages like `:GoDoc flag` works again (it was changed in previous versions [gh-894]
* `:GoDef` works now for modified files as well [gh-910]
* Internal: fix indentations on all files to **2-spaces/no tabs**. This is now the default vim-go style across all VimL files [gh-915]
BUG FIXES:
* Escape `#` characters when opening URL's, as it's handled as alternative file in vim [gh-895]
* Fix typos in `doc/vim-go.txt` about usages of syntax highglightings [gh-897]
* Fix `:GoCoverage` not running for Neovim [gh-899]
* Fix `:GoFmt` not picking up `-srcdir` if the command was set to use `goimports` [gh-904]
* Fix `:GoTestCompile` to not leave behind artifacts if the cwd and the test files's directory do not match [gh-909]
## 1.7.1 (June 7, 2016)

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@ -1,26 +1,26 @@
let s:go_decls_var = {
\ 'init': 'ctrlp#decls#init()',
\ 'exit': 'ctrlp#decls#exit()',
\ 'enter': 'ctrlp#decls#enter()',
\ 'accept': 'ctrlp#decls#accept',
\ 'lname': 'declarations',
\ 'sname': 'decls',
\ 'type': 'tabs',
\}
\ 'init': 'ctrlp#decls#init()',
\ 'exit': 'ctrlp#decls#exit()',
\ 'enter': 'ctrlp#decls#enter()',
\ 'accept': 'ctrlp#decls#accept',
\ 'lname': 'declarations',
\ 'sname': 'decls',
\ 'type': 'tabs',
\}
if exists('g:ctrlp_ext_vars') && !empty(g:ctrlp_ext_vars)
let g:ctrlp_ext_vars = add(g:ctrlp_ext_vars, s:go_decls_var)
let g:ctrlp_ext_vars = add(g:ctrlp_ext_vars, s:go_decls_var)
else
let g:ctrlp_ext_vars = [s:go_decls_var]
let g:ctrlp_ext_vars = [s:go_decls_var]
endif
function! ctrlp#decls#init()
cal s:enable_syntax()
return s:decls
cal s:enable_syntax()
return s:decls
endfunction
function! ctrlp#decls#exit()
unlet! s:decls s:current_dir s:target
unlet! s:decls s:current_dir s:target
endfunction
" The action to perform on the selected string
@ -29,130 +29,131 @@ endfunction
" the values are 'e', 'v', 't' and 'h', respectively
" a:str the selected string
function! ctrlp#decls#accept(mode, str)
let cd = exists('*haslocaldir') && haslocaldir() ? 'lcd ' : 'cd '
let dir = getcwd()
try
" we jump to the file directory so we can get the fullpath via fnamemodify
" below
execute cd . s:current_dir
let cd = exists('*haslocaldir') && haslocaldir() ? 'lcd ' : 'cd '
let dir = getcwd()
try
" we jump to the file directory so we can get the fullpath via fnamemodify
" below
execute cd . s:current_dir
let vals = matchlist(a:str, '|\(.\{-}\):\(\d\+\):\(\d\+\)\s*\(.*\)|')
let vals = matchlist(a:str, '|\(.\{-}\):\(\d\+\):\(\d\+\)\s*\(.*\)|')
" i.e: main.go
let filename = vals[1]
let line = vals[2]
let col = vals[3]
" i.e: main.go
let filename = vals[1]
let line = vals[2]
let col = vals[3]
" i.e: /Users/fatih/vim-go/main.go
let filepath = fnamemodify(filename, ":p")
" i.e: /Users/fatih/vim-go/main.go
let filepath = fnamemodify(filename, ":p")
" acceptile is a very versatile method,
call ctrlp#acceptfile(a:mode, filepath)
call cursor(line, col)
silent! norm! zvzz
finally
"jump back to old dir
execute cd . fnameescape(dir)
endtry
" acceptile is a very versatile method,
call ctrlp#acceptfile(a:mode, filepath)
call cursor(line, col)
silent! norm! zvzz
finally
"jump back to old dir
execute cd . fnameescape(dir)
endtry
endfunction
function! ctrlp#decls#enter()
let s:current_dir = fnameescape(expand('%:p:h'))
let s:decls = []
let s:current_dir = fnameescape(expand('%:p:h'))
let s:decls = []
let bin_path = go#path#CheckBinPath('motion')
if empty(bin_path)
return
endif
let command = printf("%s -format vim -mode decls", bin_path)
let command .= " -include ". get(g:, "go_decls_includes", "func,type")
let bin_path = go#path#CheckBinPath('motion')
if empty(bin_path)
return
endif
let command = printf("%s -format vim -mode decls", bin_path)
let command .= " -include ". get(g:, "go_decls_includes", "func,type")
call go#cmd#autowrite()
call go#cmd#autowrite()
if s:mode == 0
" current file mode
let fname = expand("%:p")
if exists('s:target')
let fname = s:target
endif
if s:mode == 0
" current file mode
let fname = expand("%:p")
if exists('s:target')
let fname = s:target
endif
let command .= printf(" -file %s", fname)
else
" all functions mode
let dir = expand("%:p:h")
if exists('s:target')
let dir = s:target
endif
let command .= printf(" -file %s", fname)
else
" all functions mode
let dir = expand("%:p:h")
if exists('s:target')
let dir = s:target
endif
let command .= printf(" -dir %s", dir)
endif
let command .= printf(" -dir %s", dir)
endif
let out = go#util#System(command)
if go#util#ShellError() != 0
call go#util#EchoError(out)
return
endif
let out = go#util#System(command)
if go#util#ShellError() != 0
call go#util#EchoError(out)
return
endif
if exists("l:tmpname")
call delete(l:tmpname)
endif
if exists("l:tmpname")
call delete(l:tmpname)
endif
let result = eval(out)
if type(result) != 4 || !has_key(result, 'decls')
return
endif
let result = eval(out)
if type(result) != 4 || !has_key(result, 'decls')
return
endif
let decls = result.decls
let decls = result.decls
" find the maximum function name
let max_len = 0
for decl in decls
if len(decl.ident)> max_len
let max_len = len(decl.ident)
endif
endfor
" find the maximum function name
let max_len = 0
for decl in decls
if len(decl.ident)> max_len
let max_len = len(decl.ident)
endif
endfor
for decl in decls
" paddings
let space = " "
for i in range(max_len - len(decl.ident))
let space .= " "
endfor
for decl in decls
" paddings
let space = " "
for i in range(max_len - len(decl.ident))
let space .= " "
endfor
call add(s:decls, printf("%s\t%s |%s:%s:%s|\t%s",
\ decl.ident . space,
\ decl.keyword,
\ fnamemodify(decl.filename, ":t"),
\ decl.line,
\ decl.col,
\ decl.full,
\))
endfor
call add(s:decls, printf("%s\t%s |%s:%s:%s|\t%s",
\ decl.ident . space,
\ decl.keyword,