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Updated plugins and added vim-abolish

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Run your favorite search tool from Vim, with an enhanced results list.
This plugin was designed as a Vim frontend for the Perl module [App::Ack]. Ack
can be used as a replacement for 99% of the uses of _grep_. The plugin allows
you to run ack from Vim, and shows the results in a split window.
This plugin was designed as a Vim frontend for the programmer's search tool
[ack]. ack can be used as a replacement for 99% of the uses of `grep`. The
plugin allows you to search with ack from within Vim and shows the results in a
split window.
But here's a little secret for the Vim-seasoned: it's just a light wrapper for
Vim's [grepprg] and the [quickfix] window for match results. This makes it easy
to integrate with your own Vim configuration and use existing knowledge of core
features. It also means the plugin is flexible to use with other search tools.
[App::Ack]: http://search.cpan.org/~petdance/ack/ack
[grepprg]: http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/options.html#'grepprg'
[quickfix]: http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/quickfix.html#quickfix
## Installation
### Ack
### ack
You will need ack (>= 2.0), of course. To install it follow the
[manual](http://beyondgrep.com/install/).
@ -49,8 +49,6 @@ NeoBundle 'mileszs/ack.vim'
[Download][releases] the plugin and extract it in `~/.vim/` (or
`%PROGRAMFILES%/Vim/vimfiles` on Windows).
[zipball]: https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim/archive/master.zip
## Usage
:Ack [options] {pattern} [{directories}]
@ -60,7 +58,7 @@ for the `{pattern}`.
Files containing the search term will be listed in the quickfix window, along
with the line number of the occurrence, once for each occurrence. `<Enter>` on
a line in this window will open the file, and place the cursor on the matching
a line in this window will open the file and place the cursor on the matching
line.
Just like where you use `:grep`, `:grepadd`, `:lgrep`, and :`lgrepadd`, you can
@ -140,22 +138,22 @@ the convention of Vim's built-in `:grep` and `:make` commands.
## Changelog
Please see [the Github releases page][releases].
Please see [the GitHub releases page][releases].
## Credits
This plugin is derived from Antoine Imbert's blog post [Ack and Vim
This plugin is derived from Antoine Imbert's blog post [ack and Vim
Integration][] (in particular, the function in the update to the post). [Miles
Sterrett][mileszs] packaged it up as a plugin and documented it in Vim's help
format, and since then [many contributors][contributors] have submitted
enhancements and fixes.
And of course, where would we be without [Ack]. And, you know, Vim.
And of course, where would we be without [ack]. And, you know, Vim.
[Ack and Vim Integration]: http://blog.ant0ine.com/typepad/2007/03/ack-and-vim-integration.html
[ack and Vim Integration]: http://blog.ant0ine.com/typepad/2007/03/ack-and-vim-integration.html
[mileszs]: https://github.com/mileszs
[contributors]: https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim/graphs/contributors
[Ack]: http://beyondgrep.com/
[ack]: http://beyondgrep.com/
[vim-dispatch]: https://github.com/tpope/vim-dispatch
[releases]: https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim/releases

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exe 'map' g:ctrlp_map '<plug>(ctrlp)'
en
cal ctrlp#mrufiles#init()
if !exists('g:ctrlp_types') || index(g:ctrlp_types, 'mru') >= 0
cal ctrlp#mrufiles#init()
en
com! -bar CtrlPTag cal ctrlp#init(ctrlp#tag#id())
com! -bar CtrlPQuickfix cal ctrlp#init(ctrlp#quickfix#id())

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endfunction
" FUNCTION: nerdtree#exec(cmd) {{{2
" same as :exec cmd but eventignore=all is set for the duration
" Same as :exec cmd but with eventignore set for the duration
" to disable the autocommands used by NERDTree (BufEnter,
" BufLeave and VimEnter)
function! nerdtree#exec(cmd)
let old_ei = &ei
set ei=BufEnter,BufLeave,VimEnter

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There are 2 magic flags that can be appended to the end of each regular
expression to specify that the regex should match only files or only dirs.
These flags are "[[dir]]" and "[[file]]". Example: >
let NERDTreeIgnore=['.d$[[dir]]', '.o$[[file]]']
let NERDTreeIgnore=['\.d$[[dir]]', '\.o$[[file]]']
<
This will cause all dirs ending in ".d" to be ignored and all files ending in
".o" to be ignored.

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throw "NERDTree.InvalidFiletypeError: Cant handle FIFO files: " . a:fullpath
endif
let self.pathSegments = split(fullpath, '/')
let self.pathSegments = filter(split(fullpath, '/'), '!empty(v:val)')
let self.isReadOnly = 0
if isdirectory(a:fullpath)

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2. PHP_CodeSniffer..........|syntastic-php-phpcs|
3. PHPLint..................|syntastic-php-phplint|
4. PHP Mess Detector........|syntastic-php-phpmd|
5. PHPStan..................|syntastic-php-phpstan|
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1. PHP *syntastic-php-php*
@ -4712,6 +4713,24 @@ Checker options~
This checker is initialised using the "makeprgBuild()" function and thus it
accepts the standard options described at |syntastic-config-makeprg|.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
5. PHP Static Analysis Tool *syntastic-php-phpstan*
Name: phpstan
Maintainer: Przepompownia <przepompownia@users.noreply.github.com>
"PHPStan" focuses on finding errors in your code without actually running it.
See the project's page iat GitHub for details:
https://github.com/phpstan/phpstan
Syntastic supports "PHPStan" versions 0.7 and later.
Checker options~
This checker is initialised using the "makeprgBuild()" function and thus it
accepts the standard options described at |syntastic-config-makeprg|.
==============================================================================
SYNTAX CHECKERS FOR POD *syntastic-checkers-pod*
@ -6123,6 +6142,13 @@ Installation~
You can install "Slim-Lint" with "gem": >
gem install slim_lint
<
Note~
You probably also need a plugin to set |filetype| for Slim files, such as
"vim-slim":
https://github.com/slim-template/vim-slim
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2. Slimrb *syntastic-slim-slimrb*
@ -6139,6 +6165,13 @@ Checker options~
This checker is initialised using the "makeprgBuild()" function and thus it
accepts the standard options described at |syntastic-config-makeprg|.
Note~
You probably also need a plugin to set |filetype| for Slim files, such as
"vim-slim":
https://github.com/slim-template/vim-slim
==============================================================================
SYNTAX CHECKERS FOR SML *syntastic-checkers-sml*

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lockvar! g:_SYNTASTIC_START
endif
let g:_SYNTASTIC_VERSION = '3.8.0-51'
let g:_SYNTASTIC_VERSION = '3.8.0-55'
lockvar g:_SYNTASTIC_VERSION
" Sanity checks {{{1

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function! SyntaxCheckers_go_gotype_GetLocList() dict
let buf = bufnr('')
if !exists('s:go_new')
let command = syntastic#util#shescape(syntastic#util#bufVar(buf, 'go_go_exec', 'go')) . ' version'
let version_output = syntastic#util#system(command)
call self.log('finding go version: ' . string(command) . ': ' .
\ string(split(version_output, "\n", 1)) .
\ (v:shell_error ? ' (exit code ' . v:shell_error . ')' : ''))
let parsed_ver = syntastic#util#parseVersion(version_output)
if len(parsed_ver)
let s:go_new = syntastic#util#versionIsAtLeast(parsed_ver, [1, 8])
else
call syntastic#log#error("checker " . self.getCName() . ": can't parse go version (abnormal termination?)")
return []
endif
endif
let makeprg = self.makeprgBuild({
\ 'args': (bufname(buf) =~# '\m_test\.go$' ? '-a' : ''),
\ 'args': (bufname(buf) =~# '\m_test\.go$' ? (s:go_new ? '-t' : '-a') : ''),
\ 'fname': '.' })
let errorformat =

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"============================================================================
"File: phpstan.vim
"Description: Syntax checking plugin for syntastic
"Maintainer: Przepompownia przepompownia@users.noreply.github.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_php_phpstan_checker')
finish
endif
let g:loaded_syntastic_php_phpstan_checker = 1
let s:save_cpo = &cpo
set cpo&vim
function! SyntaxCheckers_php_phpstan_IsAvailable() dict
if !executable(self.getExec())
return 0
endif
return syntastic#util#versionIsAtLeast(self.getVersion(), [0, 7])
endfunction
function! SyntaxCheckers_php_phpstan_GetLocList() dict
let makeprg = self.makeprgBuild({
\ 'exe_after': 'analyse',
\ 'args': '--level=5',
\ 'args_after': '--errorFormat raw' })
let errorformat = '%f:%l:%m'
return SyntasticMake({
\ 'makeprg': makeprg,
\ 'errorformat': errorformat,
\ 'subtype' : 'Style' })
endfunction
call g:SyntasticRegistry.CreateAndRegisterChecker({
\ 'filetype': 'php',
\ 'name': 'phpstan'})
let &cpo = s:save_cpo
unlet s:save_cpo
" vim: set sw=4 sts=4 et fdm=marker:

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See the [contribution guidelines for pathogen.vim](https://github.com/tpope/vim-pathogen/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.markdown).

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# abolish.vim
I sat on this plugin for 3 years before releasing it, primarily
because it's so gosh darn hard to explain. It's three superficially
unrelated plugins in one that share a common theme: working with
variants of a word.
## Abbreviation
I know how to spell "separate". I know how to spell "desperate". My
fingers, however, have trouble distinguishing between the two, and I
invariably have a 50 percent chance of typing "seperate" or "desparate"
each time one of these comes up. At first, I tried abbreviations:
:iabbrev seperate separate
:iabbrev desparate desperate
But this falls short at the beginning of a sentence.
:iabbrev Seperate Separate
:iabbrev Desparate Desperate
To be really thorough, we need uppercase too!
:iabbrev SEPERATE SEPARATE
:iabbrev DESPARATE DESPERATE
Oh, but consider the noun form, and the adverb form!
:iabbrev seperation separation
:iabbrev desparation desperation
:iabbrev seperately separately
:iabbrev desparately desperately
:iabbrev Seperation separation
:iabbrev Desparation Desperation
:iabbrev Seperately Separately
:iabbrev Desparately Desperately
:iabbrev SEPERATION SEPARATION
:iabbrev DESPARATION DESPERATION
:iabbrev SEPERATELY SEPARATELY
:iabbrev DESPARATELY DESPERATELY
Wait, there's also "separates", "separated", "separating",
"separations", "separator"...
Abolish.vim provides a simpler way. The following one command produces
48 abbreviations including all of the above.
:Abolish {despa,sepe}rat{e,es,ed,ing,ely,ion,ions,or} {despe,sepa}rat{}
My current configuration has 25 Abolish commands that create hundreds of
corrections my fingers refuse to learn.
## Substitution
One time I had an application with a domain model called
"facility" that needed to be renamed to "building". So, a simple
search and replace, right?
:%s/facility/building/g
Oh, but the case variants!
:%s/Facility/Building/g
:%s/FACILITY/BUILDING/g
Wait, the plural is more than "s" so we need to get that too!
:%s/facilities/buildings/g
:%s/Facilities/Buildings/g
:%s/FACILITIES/BUILDINGS/g
Abolish.vim has your back. One command to do all six, and you can
repeat it with `&` too!
:%Subvert/facilit{y,ies}/building{,s}/g
From a conceptual level, one way to think about how this substitution
works is to imagine that in the braces you are declaring the
requirements for turning that word from singular to plural. In
the facility example, the same base letters in both the singular
and plural form of the word are `facilit` To turn "facility" to a
plural word you must change the `y` to `ies` so you specify
`{y,ies}` in the braces.
To convert the word "building" from singular to plural, again
look at the common letters between the singular and plural forms:
`building`. In this case you do not need to remove any letter
from building to turn it into plural form and you need to
add an `s` so the braces should be `{,s}`.
A few more examples:
Address to Reference
:Subvert/address{,es}/reference{,s}/g
Blog to Post (you can just do this with a regular :s also)
:Subvert/blog{,s}/post{,s}/g
Child to Adult
:Subvert/child{,ren}/adult{,s}/g
Be amazed as it correctly turns the word children into the word adults!
Die to Spinner
:Subvert/di{e,ce}/spinner{,s}/g
You can abbreviate it as `:S`, and it accepts the full range of flags
including things like `c` (confirm).
There's also a variant for searching and a variant for grepping.
## Coercion
Want to turn `fooBar` into `foo_bar`? Press `crs` (coerce to
snake\_case). MixedCase (`crm`), camelCase (`crc`), snake\_case
(`crs`), UPPER\_CASE (`cru`), dash-case (`cr-`), dot.case (`cr.`),
space case (`cr<space>`), and Title Case (`crt`) are all just 3
keystrokes away. These commands support
[repeat.vim](https://github.com/tpope/vim-repeat).
## Installation
If you don't have a preferred installation method, I recommend
installing [pathogen.vim](https://github.com/tpope/vim-pathogen), and
then simply copy and paste:
cd ~/.vim/bundle
git clone git://github.com/tpope/vim-abolish.git
Once help tags have been generated, you can view the manual with
`:help abolish`.
## Self-Promotion
Like abolish.vim? Follow the repository on
[GitHub](https://github.com/tpope/vim-abolish) and vote for it on
[vim.org](http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=1545). And if
you're feeling especially charitable, follow [tpope](http://tpo.pe/) on
[Twitter](http://twitter.com/tpope) and
[GitHub](https://github.com/tpope).
## License
Copyright (c) Tim Pope. Distributed under the same terms as Vim itself.
See `:help license`.

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*abolish.txt* Language friendly searches, substitutions, and abbreviations
Author: Tim Pope <http://tpo.pe/>
License: Same terms as Vim itself (see |license|)
This plugin is only available if 'compatible' is not set.
INTRODUCTION *abolish* *:Abolish* *:Subvert*
Abolish lets you quickly find, substitute, and abbreviate several variations
of a word at once. By default, three case variants (foo, Foo, and FOO) are
operated on by every command.
Two commands are provided. :Abolish is the most general interface.
:Subvert provides an alternative, more concise syntax for searching and
substituting.
>
:Abolish [options] {abbreviation} {replacement}
:Abolish -delete [options] {abbreviation}
:Abolish -search [options] {pattern}
:Subvert/{pattern}[/flags]
:Abolish!-search [options] {pattern}
:Subvert?{pattern}[?flags]
:Abolish -search [options] {pattern} {grep-arguments}
:Subvert /{pattern}/[flags] {grep-options}
:Abolish!-search [options] {pattern} {grep-arguments}
:Subvert!/{pattern}/[flags] {grep-options}
:[range]Abolish -substitute [options] {pattern} {replacement}
:[range]Subvert/{pattern}/{replacement}[/flags]
<
*:S*
In addition to the :Subvert command, a :S synonym is provided if not
already defined. This will be used in examples below.
PATTERNS *abolish-patterns*
Patterns can include brace pairs that contain comma separated alternatives:
box{,es} => box, boxes, Box, Boxes, BOX, BOXES
For commands with a replacement, corresponding brace pairs are used in both
halves. If the replacement should be identical to the pattern, an empty
brace pair may be used. If fewer replacements are given than were given in
the pattern, they are looped. That is, {a,b} on the replacement side is the
same as {a,b,a,b,a,b,...} repeated indefinitely.
The following replaces several different misspellings of "necessary":
>
:%S/{,un}nec{ce,ces,e}sar{y,ily}/{}nec{es}sar{}/g
<
ABBREVIATING *abolish-abbrev*
By default :Abolish creates abbreviations, which replace words automatically
as you type. This is good for words you frequently misspell, or as
shortcuts for longer words. Since these are just Vim abbreviations, only
whole words will match.
>
:Abolish anomol{y,ies} anomal{}
:Abolish {,in}consistant{,ly} {}consistent{}
:Abolish Tqbf The quick, brown fox jumps over the lazy dog
<
Accepts the following options:
-buffer: buffer local
-cmdline: work in command line in addition to insert mode
A good place to define abbreviations is "after/plugin/abolish.vim",
relative to ~\vimfiles on Windows and ~/.vim everywhere else.
With a bang (:Abolish!) the abbreviation is also appended to the file in
g:abolish_save_file. The default is "after/plugin/abolish.vim", relative
to the install directory.
Abbreviations can be removed with :Abolish -delete:
>
Abolish -delete -buffer -cmdline anomol{y,ies}
<
SEARCHING *abolish-search*
The -search command does a search in a manner similar to / key.
search. After searching, you can use |n| and |N| as you would with a normal
search.
The following will search for box, Box, and BOX:
>
:Abolish -search box
<
When given a single word to operate on, :Subvert defaults to doing a
search as well:
>
:S/box/
<
This one searches for box, boxes, boxed, boxing, Box, Boxes, Boxed, Boxing,
BOX, BOXES, BOXED, and BOXING:
>
:S/box{,es,ed,ing}/
<
The following syntaxes search in reverse.
>
:Abolish! -search box
:S?box?
<
Flags can be given with the -flags= option to :Abolish, or by appending them
after the separator to :Subvert. The flags trigger the following behaviors:
I: Disable case variations (box, Box, BOX)
v: Match inside variable names (match my_box, myBox, but not mybox)
w: Match whole words (like surrounding with \< and \>)
A |search-offset| may follow the flags.
>
:Abolish -search -flags=avs+1 box
:S?box{,es,ed,ing}?we
<
GREPPING *abolish-grep*
Grepping works similar to searching, and is invoked when additional options
are given. These options are passed directly to the :grep command.
>
:Abolish -search box{,es}
:S /box{,es}/ *
:S /box/aw *.txt *.html
<
The slash delimiters must both be present if used with :Subvert. They may
both be omitted if no flags are used.
Both an external grepprg and vimgrep (via grepprg=internal) are supported.
With an external grep, the "v" flag behaves less intelligently, due to the
lack of look ahead and look behind support in grep regexps.
SUBSTITUTING *abolish-substitute*
Giving a range switches :Subvert into substitute mode. This command will
change box -> bag, boxes -> bags, Box -> Bag, Boxes -> Bags, BOX -> BAG,
BOXES -> BAGS across the entire document:
>
:%Abolish -substitute -flags=g box{,es} bag{,s}
:%S/box{,es}/bag{,s}/g
<
The "c", "e", "g", and "n" flags can be used from the substitute command
|:s_flags|, along with the "a", "I", "v", and "w" flags from searching.
COERCION *abolish-coercion* *cr*
Abolish's case mutating algorithms can be applied to the word under the cursor
using the cr mapping (mnemonic: CoeRce) followed by one of the following
characters:
c: camelCase
m: MixedCase
_: snake_case
s: snake_case
u: SNAKE_UPPERCASE
U: SNAKE_UPPERCASE
-: dash-case (not usually reversible; see |abolish-coercion-reversible|)
k: kebab-case (not usually reversible; see |abolish-coercion-reversible|)
.: dot.case (not usually reversible; see |abolish-coercion-reversible|)
<space>: space case (not usually reversible; see |abolish-coercion-reversible|)
t: Title Case (not usually reversible; see |abolish-coercion-reversible|)
For example, cru on a lowercase word is a slightly easier to type equivalent
to gUiw.
COERCION REVERSIBILITY *abolish-coercion-reversible*
Some separators, such as "-" and ".", are listed as "not usually reversible".
The reason is that these are not "keyword characters", so vim (and
abolish.vim) will treat them as breaking a word.
For example: "key_word" is a single keyword. The dash-case version,
"key-word", is treated as two keywords, "key" and "word".
This behaviour is governed by the 'iskeyword' option. If a separator appears
in 'iskeyword', the corresponding coercion will be reversible. For instance,
dash-case is reversible in 'lisp' files, and dot-case is reversible in R
files.
vim:tw=78:ts=8:ft=help:norl:

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" abolish.vim - Language friendly searches, substitutions, and abbreviations
" Maintainer: Tim Pope <http://tpo.pe/>
" Version: 1.1
" GetLatestVimScripts: 1545 1 :AutoInstall: abolish.vim
" Initialization {{{1
if exists("g:loaded_abolish") || &cp || v:version < 700
finish
endif
let g:loaded_abolish = 1
if !exists("g:abolish_save_file")
if isdirectory(expand("~/.vim"))
let g:abolish_save_file = expand("~/.vim/after/plugin/abolish.vim")
elseif isdirectory(expand("~/vimfiles")) || has("win32")
let g:abolish_save_file = expand("~/vimfiles/after/plugin/abolish.vim")
else
let g:abolish_save_file = expand("~/.vim/after/plugin/abolish.vim")
endif
endif
" }}}1
" Utility functions {{{1
function! s:function(name)
return function(substitute(a:name,'^s:',matchstr(expand('<sfile>'), '<SNR>\d\+_'),''))
endfunction
function! s:send(self,func,...)
if type(a:func) == type('') || type(a:func) == type(0)
let Func = get(a:self,a:func,'')
else
let Func = a:func
endif
let s = type(a:self) == type({}) ? a:self : {}
if type(Func) == type(function('tr'))
return call(Func,a:000,s)
elseif type(Func) == type({}) && has_key(Func,'apply')
return call(Func.apply,a:000,Func)
elseif type(Func) == type({}) && has_key(Func,'call')
return call(Func.call,a:000,s)
elseif type(Func) == type('') && Func == '' && has_key(s,'function missing')
return call('s:send',[s,'function missing',a:func] + a:000)
else
return Func
endif
endfunction
let s:object = {}
function! s:object.clone(...)
let sub = deepcopy(self)
return a:0 ? extend(sub,a:1) : sub
endfunction
if !exists("g:Abolish")
let Abolish = {}
endif
call extend(Abolish, s:object, 'force')
call extend(Abolish, {'Coercions': {}}, 'keep')
function! s:throw(msg)
let v:errmsg = a:msg
throw "Abolish: ".a:msg
endfunction
function! s:words()
let words = []
let lnum = line('w0')
while lnum <= line('w$')
let line = getline(lnum)
let col = 0
while match(line,'\<\k\k\+\>',col) != -1
let words += [matchstr(line,'\<\k\k\+\>',col)]
let col = matchend(line,'\<\k\k\+\>',col)
endwhile
let lnum += 1
endwhile
return words
endfunction
function! s:extractopts(list,opts)
let i = 0
while i < len(a:list)
if a:list[i] =~ '^-[^=]' && has_key(a:opts,matchstr(a:list[i],'-\zs[^=]*'))
let key = matchstr(a:list[i],'-\zs[^=]*')
let value = matchstr(a:list[i],'=\zs.*')
if type(get(a:opts,key)) == type([])
let a:opts[key] += [value]
elseif type(get(a:opts,key)) == type(0)
let a:opts[key] = 1
else
let a:opts[key] = value
endif
else
let i += 1
continue
endif
call remove(a:list,i)
endwhile
return a:opts
endfunction
" }}}1
" Dictionary creation {{{1
function! s:mixedcase(word)
return substitute(s:camelcase(a:word),'^.','\u&','')
endfunction
function! s:camelcase(word)
let word = substitute(a:word, '-', '_', 'g')
if word !~# '_' && word =~# '\l'
return substitute(word,'^.','\l&','')
else
return substitute(word,'\C\(_\)\=\(.\)','\=submatch(1)==""?tolower(submatch(2)) : toupper(submatch(2))','g')
endif
endfunction
function! s:snakecase(word)
let word = substitute(a:word,'::','/','g')
let word = substitute(word,'\(\u\+\)\(\u\l\)','\1_\2','g')
let word = substitute(word,'\(\l\|\d\)\(\u\)','\1_\2','g')
let word = substitute(word,'[.-]','_','g')
let word = tolower(word)
return word
endfunction
function! s:uppercase(word)
return toupper(s:snakecase(a:word))
endfunction
function! s:dashcase(word)
return substitute(s:snakecase(a:word),'_','-','g')
endfunction
function! s:spacecase(word)
return substitute(s:snakecase(a:word),'_',' ','g')
endfunction
function! s:dotcase(word)
return substitute(s:snakecase(a:word),'_','.','g')
endfunction
function! s:titlecase(word)
return substitute(s:spacecase(a:word), '\(\<\w\)','\=toupper(submatch(1))','g')
endfunction
call extend(Abolish, {
\ 'camelcase': s:function('s:camelcase'),
\ 'mixedcase': s:function('s:mixedcase'),
\ 'snakecase': s:function('s:snakecase'),
\ 'uppercase': s:function('s:uppercase'),
\ 'dashcase': s:function('s:dashcase'),
\ 'dotcase': s:function('s:dotcase'),
\ 'spacecase': s:function('s:spacecase'),
\ 'titlecase': s:function('s:titlecase')
\ }, 'keep')
function! s:create_dictionary(lhs,rhs,opts)
let dictionary = {}
let i = 0
let expanded = s:expand_braces({a:lhs : a:rhs})
for [lhs,rhs] in items(expanded)
if get(a:opts,'case',1)
let dictionary[s:mixedcase(lhs)] = s:mixedcase(rhs)
let dictionary[tolower(lhs)] = tolower(rhs)
let dictionary[toupper(lhs)] = toupper(rhs)
endif
let dictionary[lhs] = rhs
endfor
let i += 1
return dictionary
endfunction
function! s:expand_braces(dict)
let new_dict = {}
for [key,val] in items(a:dict)
if key =~ '{.*}'
let redo = 1
let [all,kbefore,kmiddle,kafter;crap] = matchlist(key,'\(.\{-\}\){\(.\{-\}\)}\(.*\)')
let [all,vbefore,vmiddle,vafter;crap] = matchlist(val,'\(.\{-\}\){\(.\{-\}\)}\(.*\)') + ["","","",""]
if all == ""
let [vbefore,vmiddle,vafter] = [val, ",", ""]
endif
let targets = split(kmiddle,',',1)
let replacements = split(vmiddle,',',1)
if replacements == [""]
let replacements = targets
endif
for i in range(0,len(targets)-1)
let new_dict[kbefore.targets[i].kafter] = vbefore.replacements[i%len(replacements)].vafter
endfor
else
let new_dict[key] = val
endif
endfor
if exists("redo")
return s:expand_braces(new_dict)
else
return new_dict
endif
endfunction
" }}}1
" Abolish Dispatcher {{{1
function! s:SubComplete(A,L,P)
if a:A =~ '^[/?]\k\+$'
let char = strpart(a:A,0,1)
return join(map(s:words(),'char . v:val'),"\n")
elseif a:A =~# '^\k\+$'
return join(s:words(),"\n")
endif
endfunction
function! s:Complete(A,L,P)
let g:L = a:L
" Vim bug: :Abolish -<Tab> calls this function with a:A equal to 0
if a:A =~# '^[^/?-]' && type(a:A) != type(0)
return join(s:words(),"\n")
elseif a:L =~# '^\w\+\s\+\%(-\w*\)\=$'
return "-search\n-substitute\n-delete\n-buffer\n-cmdline\n"
elseif a:L =~# ' -\%(search\|substitute\)\>'
return "-flags="
else
return "-buffer\n-cmdline"
endif
endfunction
let s:commands = {}
let s:commands.abstract = s:object.clone()
function! s:commands.abstract.dispatch(bang,line1,line2,count,args)
return self.clone().go(a:bang,a:line1,a:line2,a:count,a:args)
endfunction
function! s:commands.abstract.go(bang,line1,line2,count,args)
let self.bang = a:bang
let self.line1 = a:line1
let self.line2 = a:line2
let self.count = a:count
return self.process(a:bang,a:line1,a:line2,a:count,a:args)
endfunction
function! s:dispatcher(bang,line1,line2,count,args)
let i = 0
let args = copy(a:args)
let command = s:commands.abbrev
while i < len(args)
if args[i] =~# '^-\w\+$' && has_key(s:commands,matchstr(args[i],'-\zs.*'))
let command = s:commands[matchstr(args[i],'-\zs.*')]
call remove(args,i)
break
endif
let i += 1
endwhile
try
return command.dispatch(a:bang,a:line1,a:line2,a:count,args)
catch /^Abolish: /
echohl ErrorMsg
echo v:errmsg
echohl NONE
return ""
endtry
endfunction
" }}}1
" Subvert Dispatcher {{{1
function! s:subvert_dispatcher(bang,line1,line2,count,args)
try
return s:parse_subvert(a:bang,a:line1,a:line2,a:count,a:args)
catch /^Subvert: /
echohl ErrorMsg
echo v:errmsg
echohl NONE
return ""
endtry
endfunction
function! s:parse_subvert(bang,line1,line2,count,args)
if a:args =~ '^\%(\w\|$\)'
let args = (a:bang ? "!" : "").a:args
else
let args = a:args
endif
let separator = matchstr(args,'^.')
let split = split(args,separator,1)[1:]
if a:count || split == [""]
return s:parse_substitute(a:bang,a:line1,a:line2,a:count,split)
elseif len(split) == 1
return s:find_command(separator,"",split[0])
elseif len(split) == 2 && split[1] =~# '^[A-Za-z]*n[A-Za-z]*$'
return s:parse_substitute(a:bang,a:line1,a:line2,a:count,[split[0],"",split[1]])
elseif len(split) == 2 && split[1] =~# '^[A-Za-z]*\%([+-]\d\+\)\=$'
return s:find_command(separator,split[1],split[0])
elseif len(split) >= 2 && split[1] =~# '^[A-Za-z]* '
let flags = matchstr(split[1],'^[A-Za-z]*')
let rest = matchstr(join(split[1:],separator),' \zs.*')
return s:grep_command(rest,a:bang,flags,split[0])
elseif len(split) >= 2 && separator == ' '
return s:grep_command(join(split[1:],' '),a:bang,"",split[0])
else
return s:parse_substitute(a:bang,a:line1,a:line2,a:count,split)
endif
endfunction
function! s:normalize_options(flags)
if type(a:flags) == type({})
let opts = a:flags
let flags = get(a:flags,"flags","")
else
let opts = {}
let flags = a:flags
endif
let g:op1 = copy(opts)
if flags =~# 'w'
let opts.boundaries = 2
elseif flags =~# 'v'
let opts.boundaries = 1
elseif !has_key(opts,'boundaries')
let opts.boundaries = 0
endif
let opts.case = (flags !~# 'I' ? get(opts,'case',1) : 0)
let opts.flags = substitute(flags,'\C[avIiw]','','g')
let g:op2 = copy(opts)
return opts
endfunction
" }}}1
" Searching {{{1
function! s:subesc(pattern)
return substitute(a:pattern,'[][\\/.*+?~%()&]','\\&','g')
endfunction
function! s:sort(a,b)
if a:a ==? a:b
return a:a == a:b ? 0 : a:a > a:b ? 1 : -1
elseif strlen(a:a) == strlen(a:b)
return a:a >? a:b ? 1 : -1
else
return strlen(a:a) < strlen(a:b) ? 1 : -1
endif
endfunction
function! s:pattern(dict,boundaries)
if a:boundaries == 2
let a = '<'
let b = '>'
elseif a:boundaries
let a = '%(<|_@<=|[[:lower:]]@<=[[:upper:]]@=)'
let b = '%(>|_@=|[[:lower:]]@<=[[:upper:]]@=)'
else
let a = ''
let b = ''
endif
return '\v\C'.a.'%('.join(map(sort(keys(a:dict),function('s:sort')),'s:subesc(v:val)'),'|').')'.b
endfunction
function! s:egrep_pattern(dict,boundaries)
if a:boundaries == 2
let a = '\<'
let b = '\>'
elseif a:boundaries
let a = '(\<\|_)'
let b = '(\>\|_\|[[:upper:]][[:lower:]])'
else
let a = ''
let b = ''
endif
return a.'('.join(map(sort(keys(a:dict),function('s:sort')),'s:subesc(v:val)'),'\|').')'.b
endfunction
function! s:c()
call histdel('search',-1)
return ""
endfunction
function! s:find_command(cmd,flags,word)
let opts = s:normalize_options(a:flags)
let dict = s:create_dictionary(a:word,"",opts)
" This is tricky. If we use :/pattern, the search drops us at the
" beginning of the line, and we can't use position flags (e.g., /foo/e).
" If we use :norm /pattern, we leave ourselves vulnerable to "press enter"
" prompts (even with :silent).
let cmd = (a:cmd =~ '[?!]' ? '?' : '/')
let @/ = s:pattern(dict,opts.boundaries)
if opts.flags == "" || !search(@/,'n')
return "norm! ".cmd."\<CR>"
elseif opts.flags =~ ';[/?]\@!'
call s:throw("E386: Expected '?' or '/' after ';'")
else
return "exe 'norm! ".cmd.cmd.opts.flags."\<CR>'|call histdel('search',-1)"
return ""
endif
endfunction
function! s:grep_command(args,bang,flags,word)
let opts = s:normalize_options(a:flags)
let dict = s:create_dictionary(a:word,"",opts)
if &grepprg == "internal"
let lhs = "'".s:pattern(dict,opts.boundaries)."'"
else
let lhs = "-E '".s:egrep_pattern(dict,opts.boundaries)."'"
endif
return "grep".(a:bang ? "!" : "")." ".lhs." ".a:args
endfunction
let s:commands.search = s:commands.abstract.clone()
let s:commands.search.options = {"word": 0, "variable": 0, "flags": ""}
function! s:commands.search.process(bang,line1,line2,count,args)
call s:extractopts(a:args,self.options)
if self.options.word
let self.options.flags .= "w"
elseif self.options.variable
let self.options.flags .= "v"
endif
let opts = s:normalize_options(self.options)
if len(a:args) > 1
return s:grep_command(join(a:args[1:]," "),a:bang,opts,a:args[0])
elseif len(a:args) == 1
return s:find_command(a:bang ? "!" : " ",opts,a:args[0])
else
call s:throw("E471: Argument required")
endif
endfunction
" }}}1
" Substitution {{{1
function! Abolished()
return get(g:abolish_last_dict,submatch(0),submatch(0))
endfunction
function! s:substitute_command(cmd,bad,good,flags)
let opts = s:normalize_options(a:flags)
let dict = s:create_dictionary(a:bad,a:good,opts)
let lhs = s:pattern(dict,opts.boundaries)
let g:abolish_last_dict = dict
return a:cmd.'/'.lhs.'/\=Abolished()'."/".opts.flags
endfunction
function! s:parse_substitute(bang,line1,line2,count,args)
if get(a:args,0,'') =~ '^[/?'']'
let separator = matchstr(a:args[0],'^.')
let args = split(join(a:args,' '),separator,1)
call remove(args,0)
else
let args = a:args
endif
if len(args) < 2
call s:throw("E471: Argument required")
elseif len(args) > 3
call s:throw("E488: Trailing characters")
endif
let [bad,good,flags] = (args + [""])[0:2]
if a:count == 0
let cmd = "substitute"
else
let cmd = a:line1.",".a:line2."substitute"
endif
return s:substitute_command(cmd,bad,good,flags)
endfunction
let s:commands.substitute = s:commands.abstract.clone()
let s:commands.substitute.options = {"word": 0, "variable": 0, "flags": "g"}
function! s:commands.substitute.process(bang,line1,line2,count,args)
call s:extractopts(a:args,self.options)
if self.options.word
let self.options.flags .= "w"
elseif self.options.variable
let self.options.flags .= "v"
endif
let opts = s:normalize_options(self.options)
if len(a:args) <= 1
call s:throw("E471: Argument required")
else
let good = join(a:args[1:],"")
let cmd = a:bang ? "." : "%"
return s:substitute_command(cmd,a:args[0],good,self.options)
endif
endfunction
" }}}1
" Abbreviations {{{1
function! s:badgood(args)
let words = filter(copy(a:args),'v:val !~ "^-"')
call filter(a:args,'v:val =~ "^-"')
if empty(words)
call s:throw("E471: Argument required")
elseif !empty(a:args)
call s:throw("Unknown argument: ".a:args[0])
endif
let [bad; words] = words
return [bad, join(words," ")]
endfunction
function! s:abbreviate_from_dict(cmd,dict)
for [lhs,rhs] in items(a:dict)
exe a:cmd lhs rhs
endfor
endfunction
let s:commands.abbrev = s:commands.abstract.clone()
let s:commands.abbrev.options = {"buffer":0,"cmdline":0,"delete":0}
function! s:commands.abbrev.process(bang,line1,line2,count,args)
let args = copy(a:args)
call s:extractopts(a:args,self.options)
if self.options.delete
let cmd = "unabbrev"
let good = ""
else
let cmd = "noreabbrev"
endif
if !self.options.cmdline
let cmd = "i" . cmd
endif
if self.options.delete
let cmd = "silent! ".cmd
endif
if self.options.buffer
let cmd = cmd . " <buffer>"
endif
let [bad, good] = s:badgood(a:args)
if substitute(bad,'{.\{-\}.}','','g') !~ '^\k\+$'
call s:throw("E474: Invalid argument (not a keyword: ".string(bad).")")
endif
if !self.options.delete && good == ""
call s:throw("E471: Argument required".a:args[0])
endif
let dict = s:create_dictionary(bad,good,self.options)
call s:abbreviate_from_dict(cmd,dict)
if a:bang
let i = 0
let str = "Abolish ".join(args," ")
let file = g:abolish_save_file
if !isdirectory(fnamemodify(file,':h'))
call mkdir(fnamemodify(file,':h'),'p')
endif
if filereadable(file)
let old = readfile(file)
else
let old = ["\" Exit if :Abolish isn't available.","if !exists(':Abolish')"," finish","endif",""]
endif
call writefile(old + [str],file)
endif
return ""
endfunction
let s:commands.delete = s:commands.abbrev.clone()
let s:commands.delete.options.delete = 1
" }}}1
" Maps {{{1
function! s:unknown_coercion(letter,word)
return a:word
endfunction
call extend(Abolish.Coercions, {
\ 'c': Abolish.camelcase,
\ 'm': Abolish.mixedcase,
\ 's': Abolish.snakecase,
\ '_': Abolish.snakecase,
\ 'u': Abolish.uppercase,
\ 'U': Abolish.uppercase,
\ '-': Abolish.dashcase,
\ 'k': Abolish.dashcase,
\ '.': Abolish.dotcase,
\ ' ': Abolish.spacecase,
\ 't': Abolish.titlecase,
\ "function missing": s:function("s:unknown_coercion")
\}, "keep")
function! s:coerce(transformation)
let clipboard = &clipboard
try
set clipboard=
let regbody = getreg('"')
let regtype = getregtype('"')
let c = v:count1
while c > 0
let c -= 1
norm! yiw
let word = @@
let @@ = s:send(g:Abolish.Coercions,a:transformation,word)
if !exists('begin')
let begin = getpos("'[")
endif
if word !=# @@
let changed = 1
norm! viwpw
else
norm! w
endif
endwhile
call setreg('"',regbody,regtype)
call setpos("'[",begin)
call setpos(".",begin)
if exists("changed")
silent! call repeat#set("\<Plug>Coerce".a:transformation)
endif
finally
let &clipboard = clipboard
endtry
endfunction
nnoremap <silent> <Plug>Coerce :<C-U>call <SID>coerce(nr2char(getchar()))<CR>
" }}}1
if !exists("g:abolish_no_mappings") || ! g:abolish_no_mappings
nmap cr <Plug>Coerce
endif
command! -nargs=+ -bang -bar -range=0 -complete=custom,s:Complete Abolish
\ :exec s:dispatcher(<bang>0,<line1>,<line2>,<count>,[<f-args>])
command! -nargs=1 -bang -bar -range=0 -complete=custom,s:SubComplete Subvert
\ :exec s:subvert_dispatcher(<bang>0,<line1>,<line2>,<count>,<q-args>)
if exists(':S') != 2
command -nargs=1 -bang -bar -range=0 -complete=custom,s:SubComplete S
\ :exec s:subvert_dispatcher(<bang>0,<line1>,<line2>,<count>,<q-args>)
endif
" vim:set ft=vim sw=2 sts=2:

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@ -42,8 +42,6 @@
" 0.1 - 06 June 2009
" - Initial public release of mako indent file
let sw=2 " default shiftwidth of 2 spaces
if exists("b:did_indent")
finish
endif
@ -53,6 +51,9 @@ setlocal nosmartindent
setlocal noautoindent
setlocal nocindent
setlocal nolisp
setlocal expandtab
setlocal softtabstop=2
setlocal shiftwidth=2
setlocal indentexpr=GetMakoIndent()
setlocal indentkeys+=*<Return>,<>>,<bs>,end,:

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@ -298,6 +298,9 @@ endfunction
function! s:repo_tree(...) dict abort
if self.dir() =~# '/\.git$'
let dir = self.dir()[0:-6]
if dir !~# '/'
let dir .= '/'
endif
else
let dir = s:configured_tree(self.git_dir)
endif
@ -972,11 +975,14 @@ function! s:StageToggle(lnum1,lnum2) abort
continue
endif
execute lnum
if filename =~ ' -> '
let cmd = ['mv','--'] + reverse(split(filename,' -> '))
let filename = cmd[-1]
elseif section ==# 'staged'
let cmd = ['reset','-q','--',filename]
if section ==# 'staged'
if filename =~ ' -> '
let files_to_unstage = split(filename,' -> ')
else
let files_to_unstage = [filename]
endif
let filename = files_to_unstage[-1]
let cmd = ['reset','-q','--'] + files_to_unstage
elseif getline(lnum) =~# '^#\tdeleted:'
let cmd = ['rm','--',filename]
elseif getline(lnum) =~# '^#\tmodified:'
@ -1118,7 +1124,7 @@ function! s:Commit(args, ...) abort
elseif error ==# '!'
return s:Status()
else
call s:throw(error)
call s:throw(empty(error)?join(errors, ' '):error)
endif
endif
catch /^fugitive:/
@ -1385,6 +1391,7 @@ function! s:Edit(cmd,bang,...) abort
endif
endif
endfor
diffoff!
endif
endif
endif
@ -2894,7 +2901,7 @@ function! s:cfile() abort
let ref = matchstr(getline('.'),'\x\{40\}')
echoerr "warning: unknown context ".matchstr(getline('.'),'^\l*')
elseif getline('.') =~# '^[+-]\{3\} [abciwo12]\=/'
elseif getline('.') =~# '^[+-]\{3\} [abciow12]\=/'
let ref = getline('.')[4:]
elseif getline('.') =~# '^[+-]' && search('^@@ -\d\+,\d\+ +\d\+,','bnW')
@ -2908,7 +2915,7 @@ function! s:cfile() abort
let lnum -= 1
endwhile
let offset += matchstr(getline(lnum), type.'\zs\d\+')
let ref = getline(search('^'.type.'\{3\} [abciwo12]/','bnW'))[4:-1]
let ref = getline(search('^'.type.'\{3\} [abciow12]/','bnW'))[4:-1]
let dcmds = [offset, 'normal!zv']
elseif getline('.') =~# '^rename from '
@ -2917,22 +2924,22 @@ function! s:cfile() abort
let ref = 'b/'.getline('.')[10:]
elseif getline('.') =~# '^@@ -\d\+,\d\+ +\d\+,'
let diff = getline(search('^diff --git \%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\) \%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\)', 'bcnW'))
let diff = getline(search('^diff --git \%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\) \%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\)', 'bcnW'))
let offset = matchstr(getline('.'), '+\zs\d\+')
let dref = matchstr(diff, '\Cdiff --git \zs\%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\)\ze \%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\)')
let ref = matchstr(diff, '\Cdiff --git \%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\) \zs\%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\)')
let dref = matchstr(diff, '\Cdiff --git \zs\%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\)\ze \%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\)')
let ref = matchstr(diff, '\Cdiff --git \%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\) \zs\%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\)')
let dcmd = 'Gdiff! +'.offset
elseif getline('.') =~# '^diff --git \%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\) \%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\)'
let dref = matchstr(getline('.'),'\Cdiff --git \zs\%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\)\ze \%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\)')
let ref = matchstr(getline('.'),'\Cdiff --git \%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\) \zs\%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\)')
elseif getline('.') =~# '^diff --git \%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\) \%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\)'
let dref = matchstr(getline('.'),'\Cdiff --git \zs\%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\)\ze \%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\)')
let ref = matchstr(getline('.'),'\Cdiff --git \%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\) \zs\%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\)')
let dcmd = 'Gdiff!'
elseif getline('.') =~# '^index ' && getline(line('.')-1) =~# '^diff --git \%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\) \%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\)'
elseif getline('.') =~# '^index ' && getline(line('.')-1) =~# '^diff --git \%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\) \%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\)'
let line = getline(line('.')-1)
let dref = matchstr(line,'\Cdiff --git \zs\%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\)\ze \%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\)')
let ref = matchstr(line,'\Cdiff --git \%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\) \zs\%([abciwo12]/.*\|/dev/null\)')
let dref = matchstr(line,'\Cdiff --git \zs\%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\)\ze \%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\)')
let ref = matchstr(line,'\Cdiff --git \%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\) \zs\%([abciow12]/.*\|/dev/null\)')
let dcmd = 'Gdiff!'
elseif line('$') == 1 && getline('.') =~ '^\x\{40\}$'
@ -2957,9 +2964,9 @@ function! s:cfile() abort
let prefixes.a = myhash.'^:'
let prefixes.b = myhash.':'
endif
let ref = s:sub(ref, '^\(\w\)/', 'get(prefixes, submatch(1), "HEAD:")')
let ref = substitute(ref, '^\(\w\)/', '\=get(prefixes, submatch(1), "HEAD:")', '')
if exists('dref')
let dref = s:sub(dref, '^\(\w\)/', 'get(prefixes, submatch(1), "HEAD:")')
let dref = substitute(dref, '^\(\w\)/', '\=get(prefixes, submatch(1), "HEAD:")', '')
endif
if ref ==# '/dev/null'

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@ -1,9 +1,9 @@
Thanks for improving vim-go! Before you dive in please read the following:
1. Please read our
[FAQ](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/wiki/FAQ-Troubleshooting), it might
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## unplanned
FEATURES:
* New `:GoKeyify` command that turns unkeyed struct literals into keyed struct literals. [gh-1258]
* New `g:go_addtags_transform` setting to change the transform rule (snakecase, camelcase, etc..) for `:GoAddTags` command [gh-1275]
* New snippet shortcut assigned to `ife` that expands to `if err := foo(); err != nil { ... }` [gh-1268]
IMPROVEMENTS
* :GoMetaLinter can now exclude linters with the new `g:go_metalinter_excludes` option [gh-1253]
* Override `<C-LeftMouse>` mapping so `:GoDef` is used by default (as we do the same for `CTRL-]`, `gd`, etc. [gh-1264]
BUG FIXES:
* job: fix race between channel close and job exit [gh-1247]
* internal: fix system calls when using tcsh [gh-1276]
* path: return the unmodified GOPATH if autodetect is disabled [gh-1280]
* fix jumping to quickfix window when autom gometalinter on save was enabled [gh-1293]
BACKWARDS INCOMPATIBILITIES:
* `:GoLint` works on the whole directory instead of the current file. To use it for the current file give it as an argument, i.e `:GoLint foo.go` [gh-1295]
* `go_snippet_case_type` is removed in favor of the new `go_addtags_transform` setting [gh-1299]
## 1.12 - (March 29, 2017)

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function! go#keyify#Keyify()
let old_gopath = $GOPATH
let $GOPATH = go#path#Detect()
let bin_path = go#path#CheckBinPath("keyify")
let fname = fnamemodify(expand("%"), ':p:gs?\\?/?')
if empty(bin_path) || !exists('*json_decode')
let $GOPATH = old_gopath
return
endif
" Get result of command as json, that contains `start`, `end` and `replacement`
let command = printf("%s -json %s:#%s", bin_path, fname, go#util#OffsetCursor())
let output = go#util#System(command)
silent! let result = json_decode(output)
" We want to output the error message in case the result isn't a JSON
if type(result) != type({})
call go#util#EchoError(s:chomp(output))
let $GOPATH = old_gopath
return
endif
" Because keyify returns the byte before the region we want, we goto the
" byte after that
execute "goto" result.start + 1
let start = getpos('.')
execute "goto" result.end
let end = getpos('.')
let vis_start = getpos("'<")
let vis_end = getpos("'>")
" Replace contents between start and end with `replacement`
call setpos("'<", start)
call setpos("'>", end)
let select = 'gv'