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autoload/pathogen.vim

@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
" pathogen.vim - path option manipulation
" Maintainer: Tim Pope <http://tpo.pe/>
" Version: 2.2
" Version: 2.3
" Install in ~/.vim/autoload (or ~\vimfiles\autoload).
"
@ -8,52 +8,49 @@
" ~\vimfiles\bundle), adding `execute pathogen#infect()` to the top of your
" .vimrc is the only other setup necessary.
"
" The API is documented inline below. For maximum ease of reading,
" :set foldmethod=marker
" The API is documented inline below.
if exists("g:loaded_pathogen") || &cp
finish
endif
let g:loaded_pathogen = 1
function! s:warn(msg)
echohl WarningMsg
echomsg a:msg
echohl NONE
endfunction
" Point of entry for basic default usage. Give a relative path to invoke
" pathogen#incubate() (defaults to "bundle/{}"), or an absolute path to invoke
" pathogen#surround(). For backwards compatibility purposes, a full path that
" does not end in {} or * is given to pathogen#runtime_prepend_subdirectories()
" instead.
function! pathogen#infect(...) abort " {{{1
for path in a:0 ? reverse(copy(a:000)) : ['bundle/{}']
if path =~# '^[^\\/]\+$'
call s:warn('Change pathogen#infect('.string(path).') to pathogen#infect('.string(path.'/{}').')')
call pathogen#incubate(path . '/{}')
elseif path =~# '^[^\\/]\+[\\/]\%({}\|\*\)$'
call pathogen#incubate(path)
elseif path =~# '[\\/]\%({}\|\*\)$'
" pathogen#interpose() (defaults to "bundle/{}"), or an absolute path to invoke
" pathogen#surround(). Curly braces are expanded with pathogen#expand():
" "bundle/{}" finds all subdirectories inside "bundle" inside all directories
" in the runtime path.
function! pathogen#infect(...) abort
for path in a:0 ? filter(reverse(copy(a:000)), 'type(v:val) == type("")') : ['bundle/{}']
if path =~# '^\%({\=[$~\\/]\|{\=\w:[\\/]\).*[{}*]'
call pathogen#surround(path)
else
elseif path =~# '^\%([$~\\/]\|\w:[\\/]\)'
call s:warn('Change pathogen#infect('.string(path).') to pathogen#infect('.string(path.'/{}').')')
call pathogen#surround(path . '/{}')
elseif path =~# '[{}*]'
call pathogen#interpose(path)
else
call s:warn('Change pathogen#infect('.string(path).') to pathogen#infect('.string(path.'/{}').')')
call pathogen#interpose(path . '/{}')
endif
endfor
call pathogen#cycle_filetype()
if pathogen#is_disabled($MYVIMRC)
return 'finish'
endif
return ''
endfunction " }}}1
endfunction
" Split a path into a list.
function! pathogen#split(path) abort " {{{1
function! pathogen#split(path) abort
if type(a:path) == type([]) | return a:path | endif
if empty(a:path) | return [] | endif
let split = split(a:path,'\\\@<!\%(\\\\\)*\zs,')
return map(split,'substitute(v:val,''\\\([\\,]\)'',''\1'',"g")')
endfunction " }}}1
endfunction
" Convert a list to a path.
function! pathogen#join(...) abort " {{{1
function! pathogen#join(...) abort
if type(a:1) == type(1) && a:1
let i = 1
let space = ' '
@ -77,165 +74,169 @@ function! pathogen#join(...) abort " {{{1
let i += 1
endwhile
return substitute(path,'^,','','')
endfunction " }}}1
endfunction
" Convert a list to a path with escaped spaces for 'path', 'tag', etc.
function! pathogen#legacyjoin(...) abort " {{{1
function! pathogen#legacyjoin(...) abort
return call('pathogen#join',[1] + a:000)
endfunction " }}}1
" Remove duplicates from a list.
function! pathogen#uniq(list) abort " {{{1
let i = 0
let seen = {}
while i < len(a:list)
if (a:list[i] ==# '' && exists('empty')) || has_key(seen,a:list[i])
call remove(a:list,i)
elseif a:list[i] ==# ''
let i += 1
let empty = 1
else
let seen[a:list[i]] = 1
let i += 1
endif
endwhile
return a:list
endfunction " }}}1
" \ on Windows unless shellslash is set, / everywhere else.
function! pathogen#separator() abort " {{{1
return !exists("+shellslash") || &shellslash ? '/' : '\'
endfunction " }}}1
" Convenience wrapper around glob() which returns a list.
function! pathogen#glob(pattern) abort " {{{1
let files = split(glob(a:pattern),"\n")
return map(files,'substitute(v:val,"[".pathogen#separator()."/]$","","")')
endfunction "}}}1
" Like pathogen#glob(), only limit the results to directories.
function! pathogen#glob_directories(pattern) abort " {{{1
return filter(pathogen#glob(a:pattern),'isdirectory(v:val)')
endfunction "}}}1
endfunction
" Turn filetype detection off and back on again if it was already enabled.
function! pathogen#cycle_filetype() " {{{1
function! pathogen#cycle_filetype() abort
if exists('g:did_load_filetypes')
filetype off
filetype on
endif
endfunction " }}}1
endfunction
" Check if a bundle is disabled. A bundle is considered disabled if it ends
" in a tilde or its basename or full name is included in the list
" g:pathogen_disabled.
function! pathogen#is_disabled(path) " {{{1
" Check if a bundle is disabled. A bundle is considered disabled if its
" basename or full name is included in the list g:pathogen_disabled.
function! pathogen#is_disabled(path) abort
if a:path =~# '\~$'
return 1
elseif !exists("g:pathogen_disabled")
return 0
endif
let sep = pathogen#separator()
let blacklist = g:pathogen_disabled
return index(blacklist, strpart(a:path, strridx(a:path, sep)+1)) != -1 && index(blacklist, a:path) != 1
let sep = pathogen#slash()
let blacklist = map(
\ get(g:, 'pathogen_blacklist', get(g:, 'pathogen_disabled', [])) +
\ pathogen#split($VIMBLACKLIST),
\ 'substitute(v:val, "[\\/]$", "", "")')
return index(blacklist, fnamemodify(a:path, ':t')) != -1 || index(blacklist, a:path) != -1
endfunction "}}}1
" Prepend the given directory to the runtime path and append its corresponding
" after directory. If the directory is already included, move it to the
" outermost position. Wildcards are added as is. Ending a path in /{} causes
" all subdirectories to be added (except those in g:pathogen_disabled).
function! pathogen#surround(path) abort " {{{1
let sep = pathogen#separator()
" after directory. Curly braces are expanded with pathogen#expand().
function! pathogen#surround(path) abort
let sep = pathogen#slash()
let rtp = pathogen#split(&rtp)
if a:path =~# '[\\/]{}$'
let path = fnamemodify(a:path[0:-4], ':p:s?[\\/]\=$??')
let before = filter(pathogen#glob_directories(path.sep.'*'), '!pathogen#is_disabled(v:val)')
let after = filter(reverse(pathogen#glob_directories(path.sep."*".sep."after")), '!pathogen#is_disabled(v:val[0:-7])')
call filter(rtp,'v:val[0:strlen(path)-1] !=# path')
else
let path = fnamemodify(a:path, ':p:s?[\\/]\=$??')
let before = [path]
let after = [path . sep . 'after']
call filter(rtp, 'index(before + after, v:val) == -1')
endif
let path = fnamemodify(a:path, ':p:?[\\/]\=$??')
let before = filter(pathogen#expand(path), '!pathogen#is_disabled(v:val)')
let after = filter(reverse(pathogen#expand(path.sep.'after')), '!pathogen#is_disabled(v:val[0:-7])')
call filter(rtp, 'index(before + after, v:val) == -1')
let &rtp = pathogen#join(before, rtp, after)
return &rtp
endfunction " }}}1
" Prepend all subdirectories of path to the rtp, and append all 'after'
" directories in those subdirectories. Deprecated.
function! pathogen#runtime_prepend_subdirectories(path) " {{{1
call s:warn('Change pathogen#runtime_prepend_subdirectories('.string(a:path).') to pathogen#surround('.string(a:path.'/{}').')')
return pathogen#surround(a:path . pathogen#separator() . '{}')
endfunction " }}}1
endfunction
" For each directory in the runtime path, add a second entry with the given
" argument appended. If the argument ends in '/{}', add a separate entry for
" each subdirectory. The default argument is 'bundle/{}', which means that
" .vim/bundle/*, $VIM/vimfiles/bundle/*, $VIMRUNTIME/bundle/*,
" $VIM/vim/files/bundle/*/after, and .vim/bundle/*/after will be added (on
" UNIX).
function! pathogen#incubate(...) abort " {{{1
let sep = pathogen#separator()
let name = a:0 ? a:1 : 'bundle/{}'
if "\n".s:done_bundles =~# "\\M\n".name."\n"
" argument appended. Curly braces are expanded with pathogen#expand().
function! pathogen#interpose(name) abort
let sep = pathogen#slash()
let name = a:name
if has_key(s:done_bundles, name)
return ""
endif
let s:done_bundles .= name . "\n"
let s:done_bundles[name] = 1
let list = []
for dir in pathogen#split(&rtp)
if dir =~# '\<after$'
if name =~# '{}$'
let list += filter(pathogen#glob_directories(substitute(dir,'after$',name[0:-3],'').'*'.sep.'after'), '!pathogen#is_disabled(v:val[0:-7])') + [dir]
else
let list += [dir, substitute(dir, 'after$', '', '') . name . sep . 'after']
endif
let list += reverse(filter(pathogen#expand(dir[0:-6].name.sep.'after'), '!pathogen#is_disabled(v:val[0:-7])')) + [dir]
else
if name =~# '{}$'
let list += [dir] + filter(pathogen#glob_directories(dir.sep.name[0:-3].'*'), '!pathogen#is_disabled(v:val)')
else
let list += [dir . sep . name, dir]
endif
let list += [dir] + filter(pathogen#expand(dir.sep.name), '!pathogen#is_disabled(v:val)')
endif
endfor
let &rtp = pathogen#join(pathogen#uniq(list))
return 1
endfunction " }}}1
" Deprecated alias for pathogen#incubate().
function! pathogen#runtime_append_all_bundles(...) abort " {{{1
if a:0
call s:warn('Change pathogen#runtime_append_all_bundles('.string(a:1).') to pathogen#incubate('.string(a:1.'/{}').')')
else
call s:warn('Change pathogen#runtime_append_all_bundles() to pathogen#incubate()')
endif
return call('pathogen#incubate', map(copy(a:000),'v:val . "/{}"'))
endfunction
let s:done_bundles = ''
" }}}1
let s:done_bundles = {}
" Invoke :helptags on all non-$VIM doc directories in runtimepath.
function! pathogen#helptags() abort " {{{1
let sep = pathogen#separator()
function! pathogen#helptags() abort
let sep = pathogen#slash()
for glob in pathogen#split(&rtp)
for dir in split(glob(glob), "\n")
if (dir.sep)[0 : strlen($VIMRUNTIME)] !=# $VIMRUNTIME.sep && filewritable(dir.sep.'doc') == 2 && !empty(filter(split(glob(dir.sep.'doc'.sep.'*'),"\n>"),'!isdirectory(v:val)')) && (!filereadable(dir.sep.'doc'.sep.'tags') || filewritable(dir.sep.'doc'.sep.'tags'))
silent! execute 'helptags' pathogen#fnameescape(dir.'/doc')
for dir in map(split(glob(glob), "\n"), 'v:val.sep."/doc/".sep')
if (dir)[0 : strlen($VIMRUNTIME)] !=# $VIMRUNTIME.sep && filewritable(dir) == 2 && !empty(split(glob(dir.'*.txt'))) && (!filereadable(dir.'tags') || filewritable(dir.'tags'))
silent! execute 'helptags' pathogen#fnameescape(dir)
endif
endfor
endfor
endfunction " }}}1
endfunction
command! -bar Helptags :call pathogen#helptags()
" Execute the given command. This is basically a backdoor for --remote-expr.
function! pathogen#execute(...) abort " {{{1
function! pathogen#execute(...) abort
for command in a:000
execute command
endfor
return ''
endfunction " }}}1
endfunction
" Section: Unofficial
function! pathogen#is_absolute(path) abort
return a:path =~# (has('win32') ? '^\%([\\/]\|\w:\)[\\/]\|^[~$]' : '^[/~$]')
endfunction
" Given a string, returns all possible permutations of comma delimited braced
" alternatives of that string. pathogen#expand('/{a,b}/{c,d}') yields
" ['/a/c', '/a/d', '/b/c', '/b/d']. Empty braces are treated as a wildcard
" and globbed. Actual globs are preserved.
function! pathogen#expand(pattern) abort
if a:pattern =~# '{[^{}]\+}'
let [pre, pat, post] = split(substitute(a:pattern, '\(.\{-\}\){\([^{}]\+\)}\(.*\)', "\\1\001\\2\001\\3", ''), "\001", 1)
let found = map(split(pat, ',', 1), 'pre.v:val.post')
let results = []
for pattern in found
call extend(results, pathogen#expand(pattern))
endfor
return results
elseif a:pattern =~# '{}'
let pat = matchstr(a:pattern, '^.*{}[^*]*\%($\|[\\/]\)')
let post = a:pattern[strlen(pat) : -1]
return map(split(glob(substitute(pat, '{}', '*', 'g')), "\n"), 'v:val.post')
else
return [a:pattern]
endif
endfunction
" \ on Windows unless shellslash is set, / everywhere else.
function! pathogen#slash() abort
return !exists("+shellslash") || &shellslash ? '/' : '\'
endfunction
function! pathogen#separator() abort
return pathogen#slash()
endfunction
" Convenience wrapper around glob() which returns a list.
function! pathogen#glob(pattern) abort
let files = split(glob(a:pattern),"\n")
return map(files,'substitute(v:val,"[".pathogen#slash()."/]$","","")')
endfunction "}}}1
" Like pathogen#glob(), only limit the results to directories.
function! pathogen#glob_directories(pattern) abort
return filter(pathogen#glob(a:pattern),'isdirectory(v:val)')
endfunction "}}}1
" Remove duplicates from a list.
function! pathogen#uniq(list) abort
let i = 0
let seen = {}
while i < len(a:list)
if (a:list[i] ==# '' && exists('empty')) || has_key(seen,a:list[i])
call remove(a:list,i)
elseif a:list[i] ==# ''
let i += 1
let empty = 1
else
let seen[a:list[i]] = 1
let i += 1
endif
endwhile
return a:list
endfunction
" Backport of fnameescape().
function! pathogen#fnameescape(string) abort
if exists('*fnameescape')
return fnameescape(a:string)
elseif a:string ==# '-'
return '\-'
else
return substitute(escape(a:string," \t\n*?[{`$\\%#'\"|!<"),'^[+>]','\\&','')
endif
endfunction
" Like findfile(), but hardcoded to use the runtimepath.
function! pathogen#runtime_findfile(file,count) abort "{{{1
@ -246,18 +247,38 @@ function! pathogen#runtime_findfile(file,count) abort "{{{1
else
return fnamemodify(file,':p')
endif
endfunction " }}}1
endfunction
" Backport of fnameescape().
function! pathogen#fnameescape(string) abort " {{{1
if exists('*fnameescape')
return fnameescape(a:string)
elseif a:string ==# '-'
return '\-'
" Section: Deprecated
function! s:warn(msg) abort
echohl WarningMsg
echomsg a:msg
echohl NONE
endfunction
" Prepend all subdirectories of path to the rtp, and append all 'after'
" directories in those subdirectories. Deprecated.
function! pathogen#runtime_prepend_subdirectories(path) abort
call s:warn('Change pathogen#runtime_prepend_subdirectories('.string(a:path).') to pathogen#infect('.string(a:path.'/{}').')')
return pathogen#surround(a:path . pathogen#slash() . '{}')
endfunction
function! pathogen#incubate(...) abort
let name = a:0 ? a:1 : 'bundle/{}'
call s:warn('Change pathogen#incubate('.(a:0 ? string(a:1) : '').') to pathogen#infect('.string(name).')')
return pathogen#interpose(name)
endfunction
" Deprecated alias for pathogen#interpose().
function! pathogen#runtime_append_all_bundles(...) abort
if a:0
call s:warn('Change pathogen#runtime_append_all_bundles('.string(a:1).') to pathogen#infect('.string(a:1.'/{}').')')
else
return substitute(escape(a:string," \t\n*?[{`$\\%#'\"|!<"),'^[+>]','\\&','')
call s:warn('Change pathogen#runtime_append_all_bundles() to pathogen#infect()')
endif
endfunction " }}}1
return pathogen#interpose(a:0 ? a:1 . '/{}' : 'bundle/{}')
endfunction
if exists(':Vedit')
finish
@ -265,7 +286,7 @@ endif
let s:vopen_warning = 0
function! s:find(count,cmd,file,lcd) " {{{1
function! s:find(count,cmd,file,lcd)
let rtp = pathogen#join(1,pathogen#split(&runtimepath))
let file = pathogen#runtime_findfile(a:file,a:count)
if file ==# ''
@ -284,10 +305,10 @@ function! s:find(count,cmd,file,lcd) " {{{1
else
return a:cmd.' '.pathogen#fnameescape(file) . warning
endif
endfunction " }}}1
endfunction
function! s:Findcomplete(A,L,P) " {{{1
let sep = pathogen#separator()
function! s:Findcomplete(A,L,P)
let sep = pathogen#slash()
let cheats = {
\'a': 'autoload',
\'d': 'doc',
@ -312,7 +333,7 @@ function! s:Findcomplete(A,L,P) " {{{1
endfor
endfor
return sort(keys(found))
endfunction " }}}1
endfunction
command! -bar -bang -range=1 -nargs=1 -complete=customlist,s:Findcomplete Ve :execute s:find(<count>,'edit<bang>',<q-args>,0)
command! -bar -bang -range=1 -nargs=1 -complete=customlist,s:Findcomplete Vedit :execute s:find(<count>,'edit<bang>',<q-args>,0)
@ -323,4 +344,4 @@ command! -bar -bang -range=1 -nargs=1 -complete=customlist,s:Findcomplete Vtabed
command! -bar -bang -range=1 -nargs=1 -complete=customlist,s:Findcomplete Vpedit :execute s:find(<count>,'pedit',<q-args>,<bang>1)
command! -bar -bang -range=1 -nargs=1 -complete=customlist,s:Findcomplete Vread :execute s:find(<count>,'read',<q-args>,<bang>1)
" vim:set et sw=2:
" vim:set et sw=2 foldmethod=expr foldexpr=getline(v\:lnum)=~'^\"\ Section\:'?'>1'\:getline(v\:lnum)=~#'^fu'?'a1'\:getline(v\:lnum)=~#'^endf'?'s1'\:'=':

14
sources_non_forked/goyo.vim/plugin/goyo.vim

@ -64,7 +64,8 @@ function! s:setup_pad(bufnr, vert, size)
execute win . 'wincmd w'
execute (a:vert ? 'vertical ' : '') . 'resize ' . max([0, a:size])
augroup goyop
autocmd WinEnter,CursorMoved <buffer> call s:blank()
autocmd WinEnter,CursorMoved <buffer> nested call s:blank()
autocmd WinLeave <buffer> call s:hide_statusline()
augroup END
" To hide scrollbars of pad windows in GVim
@ -114,6 +115,10 @@ function! s:tranquilize()
endfor
endfunction
function! s:hide_statusline()
let &l:statusline = repeat(' ', winwidth(0))
endfunction
function! s:goyo_on(width)
let s:orig_tab = tabpagenr()
@ -131,7 +136,6 @@ function! s:goyo_on(width)
\ 'winwidth': &winwidth,
\ 'winminheight': &winminheight,
\ 'winheight': &winheight,
\ 'statusline': &statusline,
\ 'ruler': &ruler,
\ 'sidescroll': &sidescroll,
\ 'sidescrolloff': &sidescrolloff
@ -211,19 +215,20 @@ function! s:goyo_on(width)
call s:resize_pads()
call s:tranquilize()
let &statusline = repeat(' ', winwidth(0))
augroup goyo
autocmd!
autocmd BufWinLeave <buffer> call s:goyo_off()
autocmd TabLeave * call s:goyo_off()
autocmd VimResized * call s:resize_pads()
autocmd ColorScheme * call s:tranquilize()
autocmd WinEnter,WinLeave <buffer> call s:hide_statusline()
augroup END
call s:hide_statusline()
if exists('g:goyo_callbacks[0]')
call g:goyo_callbacks[0]()
endif
silent! doautocmd User GoyoEnter
endfunction
function! s:goyo_off()
@ -312,6 +317,7 @@ function! s:goyo_off()
if exists('g:goyo_callbacks[1]')
call g:goyo_callbacks[1]()
endif
silent! doautocmd User GoyoLeave
endfunction
function! s:goyo(bang, ...)

4
sources_non_forked/nerdtree/doc/NERD_tree.txt

@ -462,8 +462,8 @@ Jump to the previous sibling of the selected node.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*NERDTree-C*
Default key: C
Map option: NERDTreeMapChdir
Applies to: directories.
Map option: NERDTreeMapChangeRoot
Applies to: files and directories.
Make the selected directory node the new tree root. If a file is selected, its
parent is used.

81
sources_non_forked/syntastic/README.markdown

@ -40,11 +40,12 @@ C++, C#, Cabal, Chef, CoffeeScript, Coco, Coq, CSS, Cucumber, CUDA, D, Dart,
DocBook, 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, MATLAB, NASM, Objective-C,
Objective-C++, OCaml, Perl, Perl POD, PHP, gettext Portable Object, OS X
and iOS property lists, Puppet, Python, Racket, R, reStructuredText, Ruby,
SASS/SCSS, Scala, Slim, Tcl, TeX, Texinfo, Twig, TypeScript, Vala, Verilog,
VHDL, VimL, xHtml, XML, XSLT, YACC, YAML, z80, Zope page templates, and zsh.
See the [wiki][3] for details about the corresponding supported checkers.
Objective-C++, OCaml, Perl, Perl POD, PHP, gettext Portable Object, OS X and
iOS property lists, Puppet, Python, Racket, R, reStructuredText, RPM spec,
Ruby, SASS/SCSS, Scala, Slim, Tcl, TeX, Texinfo, Twig, TypeScript, Vala,
Verilog, VHDL, VimL, xHtml, XML, XSLT, YACC, YAML, z80, Zope page templates,
and zsh. See the [wiki][3] for details about the corresponding supported
checkers.
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
@ -127,6 +128,16 @@ 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
create an issue - or better yet, create a pull request.
<a name="faqpython3"></a>
__Q. The `python` checker complains about syntactically valid Python 3 constructs...__
A. Configure the `python` checker to call a Python 3 interpreter rather than
Python 2, e.g:
```vim
let g:syntastic_python_python_exec = '/path/to/python3'
```
<a name="faqperl"></a>
__Q. The `perl` checker has stopped working...__
@ -153,7 +164,8 @@ automatically by syntastic.
<a name="faqloclist"></a>
__Q. I run a checker and the location list is not updated...__
__Q. I run a checker and the location list is not updated...__
__Q. I run`:lopen` or `:lwindow` and the error window is empty...__
A. By default the location list is changed only when you run the `:Errors`
command, in order to minimise conflicts with other plugins. If you want the
@ -200,8 +212,7 @@ To tell syntastic to use `pylint`, you would use this setting:
let g:syntastic_python_checkers = ['pylint']
```
Some filetypes, like PHP, have style checkers as well as syntax checkers. These
can be chained together like this:
Checkers can be chained together like this:
```vim
let g:syntastic_php_checkers = ['php', 'phpcs', 'phpmd']
```
@ -219,7 +230,37 @@ e.g. to run `phpcs` and `phpmd`:
This works for any checkers available for the current filetype, even if they
aren't listed in `g:syntastic_<filetype>_checkers`. You can't run checkers for
"foreign" filetypes though (e.g. you can't run, say, a Python checker if the
current filetype is `php`).
filetype of the current file is `php`).
<a name="faqstyle"></a>
__Q. What is the difference between syntax checkers and style checkers?__
A. The errors and warnings they produce are highlighted differently and can
be filtered by different rules, but otherwise the distinction is pretty much
arbitrary. There is an ongoing effort to keep things consistent, so you can
_generally_ expect messages produced by syntax checkers to be _mostly_ related
to syntax, and messages produced by style checkers to be _mostly_ about style.
But there can be no formal guarantee that, say, a style checker that runs into
a syntax error wouldn't die with a fatal message, nor that a syntax checker
wouldn't give you warnings against using some constructs as being bad practice.
There is also no guarantee that messages marked as "style" are less severe than
the ones marked as "syntax" (whatever that might mean). And there are even a
few Frankenstein checkers (for example `flake8` and `pylama`) that, by their
nature, produce both kinds of messages. Syntastic is not smart enough to be
able to sort out these things by itself.
In fact it's more useful to look at this from the perspective of filtering
unwanted messages, rather than as an indicator of severity levels. The
distinction between syntax and style is orthogonal to the distinction between
errors and warnings, and thus you can turn off messages based on level, on
type, or both.
e.g. To disable all style messages:
```vim
let g:syntastic_quiet_messages = { "type": "style" }
```
See `:help syntastic_quiet_messages` for details.
<a name="faqaggregate"></a>
@ -238,29 +279,13 @@ See `:help syntastic-aggregating-errors` for more details.
__Q. How can I jump between the different errors without using the location
list at the bottom of the window?__
A. Vim provides several built in commands for this. See `:help :lnext` and
A. Vim provides several built-in commands for this. See `:help :lnext` and
`:help :lprev`.
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
mappings (among other things).
<a name="faqstyle"></a>
__Q. A syntax checker is giving me unwanted/strange style tips?__
A. Some filetypes (e.g. php) have style checkers as well as syntax
checkers. You can usually configure the options that are passed to the style
checkers, or just disable them. Take a look at the [wiki][3] to see what
options are available.
Alternatively, you can use `g:syntastic_quiet_messages` to filter out the
messages you don't want to see. e.g. To turn off all style messages:
```vim
let g:syntastic_quiet_messages = { "type": "style" }
```
See `:help syntastic_quiet_messages` for details.
<a name="faqbdelete"></a>
__Q. The error window is closed automatically when I :quit the current buffer
@ -303,3 +328,7 @@ a look at [jedi-vim][7], [python-mode][8], or [YouCompleteMe][9].
[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:tw=79:sw=4:
-->

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sources_non_forked/syntastic/autoload/syntastic/c.vim

@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ endfunction " }}}2
" GetLocList() for C-like compilers
function! syntastic#c#GetLocList(filetype, subchecker, options) " {{{2
try
let flags = s:getCflags(a:filetype, a:subchecker, a:options)
let flags = s:_getCflags(a:filetype, a:subchecker, a:options)
catch /\m\C^Syntastic: skip checks$/
return []
endtry
@ -70,9 +70,9 @@ function! syntastic#c#GetLocList(filetype, subchecker, options) " {{{2
let makeprg = syntastic#util#shexpand(g:syntastic_{a:filetype}_compiler) .
\ ' ' . flags . ' ' . syntastic#util#shexpand('%')
let errorformat = s:getCheckerVar('g', a:filetype, a:subchecker, 'errorformat', a:options['errorformat'])
let errorformat = s:_getCheckerVar('g', a:filetype, a:subchecker, 'errorformat', a:options['errorformat'])
let postprocess = s:getCheckerVar('g', a:filetype, a:subchecker, 'remove_include_errors', 0) ?
let postprocess = s:_getCheckerVar('g', a:filetype, a:subchecker, 'remove_include_errors', 0) ?
\ ['filterForeignErrors'] : []
" process makeprg
@ -87,29 +87,29 @@ endfunction " }}}2
" Private functions {{{1
" initialize c/cpp syntax checker handlers
function! s:init() " {{{2
function! s:_init() " {{{2
let s:handlers = []
let s:cflags = {}
call s:regHandler('\m\<cairo', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['cairo', 'cairo'])
call s:regHandler('\m\<freetype', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['freetype', 'freetype2', 'freetype'])
call s:regHandler('\m\<glade', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['glade', 'libglade-2.0', 'libglade'])
call s:regHandler('\m\<glib', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['glib', 'glib-2.0', 'glib'])
call s:regHandler('\m\<gtk', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['gtk', 'gtk+-2.0', 'gtk+', 'glib-2.0', 'glib'])
call s:regHandler('\m\<libsoup', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['libsoup', 'libsoup-2.4', 'libsoup-2.2'])
call s:regHandler('\m\<libxml', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['libxml', 'libxml-2.0', 'libxml'])
call s:regHandler('\m\<pango', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['pango', 'pango'])
call s:regHandler('\m\<SDL', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['sdl', 'sdl'])
call s:regHandler('\m\<opengl', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['opengl', 'gl'])
call s:regHandler('\m\<webkit', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['webkit', 'webkit-1.0'])
call s:regHandler('\m\<php\.h\>', 'syntastic#c#checkPHP', [])
call s:regHandler('\m\<Python\.h\>', 'syntastic#c#checkPython', [])
call s:regHandler('\m\<ruby', 'syntastic#c#checkRuby', [])
call s:_regHandler('\m\<cairo', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['cairo', 'cairo'])
call s:_regHandler('\m\<freetype', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['freetype', 'freetype2', 'freetype'])
call s:_regHandler('\m\<glade', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['glade', 'libglade-2.0', 'libglade'])
call s:_regHandler('\m\<glib', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['glib', 'glib-2.0', 'glib'])
call s:_regHandler('\m\<gtk', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['gtk', 'gtk+-2.0', 'gtk+', 'glib-2.0', 'glib'])
call s:_regHandler('\m\<libsoup', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['libsoup', 'libsoup-2.4', 'libsoup-2.2'])
call s:_regHandler('\m\<libxml', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['libxml', 'libxml-2.0', 'libxml'])
call s:_regHandler('\m\<pango', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['pango', 'pango'])
call s:_regHandler('\m\<SDL', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['sdl', 'sdl'])
call s:_regHandler('\m\<opengl', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['opengl', 'gl'])
call s:_regHandler('\m\<webkit', 'syntastic#c#checkPKG', ['webkit', 'webkit-1.0'])
call s:_regHandler('\m\<php\.h\>', 'syntastic#c#checkPHP', [])
call s:_regHandler('\m\<Python\.h\>', 'syntastic#c#checkPython', [])
call s:_regHandler('\m\<ruby', 'syntastic#c#checkRuby', [])
endfunction " }}}2
" return a handler dictionary object
function! s:regHandler(regex, function, args) " {{{2
function! s:_regHandler(regex, function, args) " {{{2
let handler = {}
let handler["regex"] = a:regex
let handler["func"] = function(a:function)
@ -118,7 +118,7 @@ function! s:regHandler(regex, function, args) " {{{2
endfunction " }}}2
" resolve checker-related user variables
function! s:getCheckerVar(scope, filetype, subchecker, name, default) " {{{2
function! s:_getCheckerVar(scope, filetype, subchecker, name, default) " {{{2
let prefix = a:scope . ':' . 'syntastic_'
if exists(prefix . a:filetype . '_' . a:subchecker . '_' . a:name)
return {a:scope}:syntastic_{a:filetype}_{a:subchecker}_{a:name}
@ -130,10 +130,10 @@ function! s:getCheckerVar(scope, filetype, subchecker, name, default) " {{{2
endfunction " }}}2
" resolve user CFLAGS
function! s:getCflags(ft, ck, opts) " {{{2
function! s:_getCflags(ft, ck, opts) " {{{2
" determine whether to parse header files as well
if has_key(a:opts, 'header_names') && expand('%') =~? a:opts['header_names']
if s:getCheckerVar('g', a:ft, a:ck, 'check_header', 0)
if s:_getCheckerVar('g', a:ft, a:ck, 'check_header', 0)
let flags = get(a:opts, 'header_flags', '') . ' -c ' . syntastic#c#NullOutput()
else
" checking headers when check_header is unset: bail out
@ -143,21 +143,21 @@ function! s:getCflags(ft, ck, opts) " {{{2
let flags = get(a:opts, 'main_flags', '')
endif
let flags .= ' ' . s:getCheckerVar('g', a:ft, a:ck, 'compiler_options', '') . ' ' . s:getIncludeDirs(a:ft)
let flags .= ' ' . s:_getCheckerVar('g', a:ft, a:ck, 'compiler_options', '') . ' ' . s:_getIncludeDirs(a:ft)
" check if the user manually set some cflags
let b_cflags = s:getCheckerVar('b', a:ft, a:ck, 'cflags', '')
let b_cflags = s:_getCheckerVar('b', a:ft, a:ck, 'cflags', '')
if b_cflags == ''
" check whether to search for include files at all
if !s:getCheckerVar('g', a:ft, a:ck, 'no_include_search', 0)
if !s:_getCheckerVar('g', a:ft, a:ck, 'no_include_search', 0)
if a:ft ==# 'c' || a:ft ==# 'cpp'
" refresh the include file search if desired
if s:getCheckerVar('g', a:ft, a:ck, 'auto_refresh_includes', 0)
let flags .= ' ' . s:searchHeaders()
if s:_getCheckerVar('g', a:ft, a:ck, 'auto_refresh_includes', 0)
let flags .= ' ' . s:_searchHeaders()
else
" search for header includes if not cached already
if !exists('b:syntastic_' . a:ft . '_includes')
let b:syntastic_{a:ft}_includes = s:searchHeaders()
let b:syntastic_{a:ft}_includes = s:_searchHeaders()
endif
let flags .= ' ' . b:syntastic_{a:ft}_includes
endif
@ -169,7 +169,7 @@ function! s:getCflags(ft, ck, opts) " {{{2
endif
" add optional config file parameters
let config_file = s:getCheckerVar('g', a:ft, a:ck, 'config_file', '.syntastic_' . a:ft . '_config')
let config_file = s:_getCheckerVar('g', a:ft, a:ck, 'config_file', '.syntastic_' . a:ft . '_config')
let flags .= ' ' . syntastic#c#ReadConfig(config_file)
return flags
@ -177,7 +177,7 @@ endfunction " }}}2
" get the gcc include directory argument depending on the default
" includes and the optional user-defined 'g:syntastic_c_include_dirs'
function! s:getIncludeDirs(filetype) " {{{2
function! s:_getIncludeDirs(filetype) " {{{2
let include_dirs = []
if a:filetype =~# '\v^%(c|cpp|objc|objcpp)$' &&
@ -195,7 +195,7 @@ endfunction " }}}2
" search the first 100 lines for include statements that are
" given in the handlers dictionary
function! s:searchHeaders() " {{{2
function! s:_searchHeaders() " {{{2
let includes = ''
let files = []
let found = []
@ -324,7 +324,7 @@ let s:default_includes = [
\ '..' . syntastic#util#Slash() . 'include',
\ '..' . syntastic#util#Slash() . 'includes' ]
call s:init()
call s:_init()
let &cpo = s:save_cpo
unlet s:save_cpo

32
sources_non_forked/syntastic/autoload/syntastic/log.vim

@ -65,8 +65,8 @@ function! syntastic#log#debug(level, msg, ...) " {{{2
return
endif
let leader = s:logTimestamp()
call s:logRedirect(1)
let leader = s:_logTimestamp()
call s:_logRedirect(1)
if a:0 > 0
" filter out dictionary functions
@ -77,7 +77,7 @@ function! syntastic#log#debug(level, msg, ...) " {{{2
echomsg leader . a:msg
endif
call s:logRedirect(0)
call s:_logRedirect(0)
endfunction " }}}2
function! syntastic#log#debugShowOptions(level, names) " {{{2
@ -85,15 +85,15 @@ function! syntastic#log#debugShowOptions(level, names) " {{{2
return
endif
let leader = s:logTimestamp()
call s:logRedirect(1)
let leader = s:_logTimestamp()
call s:_logRedirect(1)
let vlist = copy(type(a:names) == type("") ? [a:names] : a:names)
if !empty(vlist)
call map(vlist, "'&' . v:val . ' = ' . strtrans(string(eval('&' . v:val)))")
echomsg leader . join(vlist, ', ')
endif
call s:logRedirect(0)
call s:_logRedirect(0)
endfunction " }}}2
function! syntastic#log#debugShowVariables(level, names) " {{{2
@ -101,18 +101,18 @@ function! syntastic#log#debugShowVariables(level, names) " {{{2
return
endif
let leader = s:logTimestamp()
call s:logRedirect(1)
let leader = s:_logTimestamp()
call s:_logRedirect(1)
let vlist = type(a:names) == type("") ? [a:names] : a:names
for name in vlist
let msg = s:formatVariable(name)
let msg = s:_formatVariable(name)
if msg != ''
echomsg leader . msg
endif
endfor
call s:logRedirect(0)
call s:_logRedirect(0)
endfunction " }}}2
function! syntastic#log#debugDump(level) " {{{2
@ -127,19 +127,19 @@ endfunction " }}}2
" Private functions {{{1
function! s:isDebugEnabled_smart(level) " {{{2
function! s:_isDebugEnabled_smart(level) " {{{2
return and(g:syntastic_debug, a:level)
endfunction " }}}2
function! s:isDebugEnabled_dumb(level) " {{{2
function! s:_isDebugEnabled_dumb(level) " {{{2
" poor man's bit test for bit N, assuming a:level == 2**N
return (g:syntastic_debug / a:level) % 2
endfunction " }}}2
let s:isDebugEnabled = function(exists('*and') ? 's:isDebugEnabled_smart' : 's:isDebugEnabled_dumb')
let s:isDebugEnabled = function(exists('*and') ? 's:_isDebugEnabled_smart' : 's:_isDebugEnabled_dumb')
lockvar s:isDebugEnabled
function! s:logRedirect(on) " {{{2
function! s:_logRedirect(on) " {{{2
if exists("g:syntastic_debug_file")
if a:on
try
@ -154,11 +154,11 @@ function! s:logRedirect(on) " {{{2
endif
endfunction " }}}2
function! s:logTimestamp() " {{{2
function! s:_logTimestamp() " {{{2
return 'syntastic: ' . split(reltimestr(reltime(g:syntastic_start)))[0] . ': '
endfunction " }}}2
function! s:formatVariable(name) " {{{2
function! s:_formatVariable(name) " {{{2
let vals = []
if exists('g:syntastic_' . a:name)
call add(vals, 'g:syntastic_' . a:name . ' = ' . strtrans(string(g:syntastic_{a:name})))

19
sources_non_forked/syntastic/autoload/syntastic/postprocess.vim

@ -46,6 +46,25 @@ function! syntastic#postprocess#filterForeignErrors(errors) " {{{2
return filter(copy(a:errors), 'get(v:val, "bufnr") == ' . bufnr(''))
endfunction " }}}2
" make sure line numbers are not past end of buffers
" XXX: this loads all referenced buffers in memory
function! syntastic#postprocess#guards(errors) " {{{2
let buffers = syntastic#util#unique(map(filter(copy(a:errors), 'v:val["valid"]'), 'str2nr(v:val["bufnr"])'))
let guards = {}
for b in buffers
let guards[b] = len(getbufline(b, 1, '$'))
endfor
for e in a:errors
if e['valid'] && e['lnum'] > guards[e['bufnr']]
let e['lnum'] = guards[e['bufnr']]
endif
endfor
return a:errors
endfunction " }}}2
" }}}1
let &cpo = s:save_cpo

70
sources_non_forked/syntastic/autoload/syntastic/util.vim

@ -96,6 +96,16 @@ endfunction " }}}2
let s:width = function(exists('*strwidth') ? 'strwidth' : 'strlen')
lockvar s:width
function! syntastic#util#screenWidth(str, tabstop) " {{{2
let chunks = split(a:str, "\t", 1)
let width = s:width(chunks[-1])
for c in chunks[:-2]
let cwidth = s:width(c)
let width += cwidth + a:tabstop - cwidth % a:tabstop
endfor
return width
endfunction " }}}2
"print as much of a:msg as possible without "Press Enter" prompt appearing
function! syntastic#util#wideMsg(msg) " {{{2
let old_ruler = &ruler
@ -215,7 +225,7 @@ function! syntastic#util#redraw(full) " {{{2
endfunction " }}}2
function! syntastic#util#dictFilter(errors, filter) " {{{2
let rules = s:translateFilter(a:filter)
let rules = s:_translateFilter(a:filter)
" call syntastic#log#debug(g:SyntasticDebugFilters, "applying filter:", rules)
try
call filter(a:errors, rules)
@ -225,13 +235,6 @@ function! syntastic#util#dictFilter(errors, filter) " {{{2
endtry
endfunction " }}}2
function! syntastic#util#sortLoclist(errors) " {{{2
for e in a:errors
call s:setScreenColumn(e)
endfor
call sort(a:errors, 's:compareErrorItems')
endfunction " }}}2
" Return a [high, low] list of integers, representing the time
" (hopefully high resolution) since program start
" TODO: This assumes reltime() returns a list of integers.
@ -243,13 +246,13 @@ endfunction " }}}2
" Private functions {{{1
function! s:translateFilter(filters) " {{{2
function! s:_translateFilter(filters) " {{{2
let conditions = []
for k in keys(a:filters)
if type(a:filters[k]) == type([])
call extend(conditions, map(copy(a:filters[k]), 's:translateElement(k, v:val)'))
call extend(conditions, map(copy(a:filters[k]), 's:_translateElement(k, v:val)'))
else
call add(conditions, s:translateElement(k, a:filters[k]))
call add(conditions, s:_translateElement(k, a:filters[k]))
endif
endfor
@ -259,7 +262,7 @@ function! s:translateFilter(filters) " {{{2
return len(conditions) == 1 ? conditions[0] : join(map(conditions, '"(" . v:val . ")"'), ' && ')
endfunction " }}}2
function! s:translateElement(key, term) " {{{2
function! s:_translateElement(key, term) " {{{2
if a:key ==? 'level'
let ret = 'v:val["type"] !=? ' . string(a:term[0])
elseif a:key ==? 'type'
@ -275,49 +278,6 @@ function! s:translateElement(key, term) " {{{2
return ret
endfunction " }}}2
function! s:screenWidth(str, tabstop) " {{{2
let chunks = split(a:str, "\t", 1)
let width = s:width(chunks[-1])
for c in chunks[:-2]
let cwidth = s:width(c)
let width += cwidth + a:tabstop - cwidth % a:tabstop
endfor
return width
endfunction " }}}2
function! s:setScreenColumn(item) " {{{2
if !has_key(a:item, 'scol')
let col = get(a:item, 'col', 0)
if col != 0 && a:item['vcol'] == 0
let buf = str2nr(a:item['bufnr'])
try
let line = getbufline(buf, a:item['lnum'])[0]
catch /\m^Vim\%((\a\+)\)\=:E684/
let line = ''
endtry
let a:item['scol'] = s:screenWidth(strpart(line, 0, col), getbufvar(buf, '&tabstop'))
else
let a:item['scol'] = col
endif
endif
endfunction " }}}2
function! s:compareErrorItems(a, b) " {{{2
if a:a['bufnr'] != a:b['bufnr']
" group by file
return a:a['bufnr'] - a:b['bufnr']
elseif a:a['lnum'] != a:b['lnum']
" sort by line
return a:a['lnum'] - a:b['lnum']
elseif a:a['type'] !=? a:b['type']
" errors take precedence over warnings
return a:a['type'] ==? 'E' ? -1 : 1
else
" sort by screen column
return a:a['scol'] - a:b['scol']
endif
endfunction " }}}2
" }}}1
let &cpo = s:save_cpo

107
sources_non_forked/syntastic/doc/syntastic.txt

@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ Take a look at the wiki for a list of supported filetypes and checkers:
https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/wiki/Syntax-Checkers
Note: This doc only deals with using syntastic. To learn how to write syntax
checker integrations, see the guide on the github wiki:
checker integrations, see the guide on the GitHub wiki:
https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/wiki/Syntax-Checker-Guide
@ -78,16 +78,17 @@ Syntastic comes preconfigured with a default list of enabled checkers per
filetype. This list is kept reasonably short to prevent slowing down Vim or
trying to use conflicting checkers.
You can see the list checkers available for the current filetype with the
You can see the list of checkers available for the current filetype with the
|:SyntasticInfo| command.
If you want to override the configured list of checkers for a filetype then
see |syntastic-checker-options| for details. You can also change the arguments
passed to a specific checker as well.
You probably want to override the configured list of checkers for the
filetypes you use, and also change the arguments passed to specific checkers
to suit your needs. See |syntastic-checker-options| for details.
Use |:SyntasticCheck| to manually check right now. Use |:SyntasticToggleMode|
to switch between active (checking on writing the buffer) and passive (manual)
checking.
Use |:SyntasticCheck| to manually check right now. Use |:Errors| to open the
|location-list| window, and |:lclose| to close it. You can clear the error
list with |:SyntasticReset|, and you can use |:SyntasticToggleMode| to switch
between active (checking on writing the buffer) and passive (manual) checking.
==============================================================================
2. Functionality provided *syntastic-functionality*
@ -155,13 +156,21 @@ Example: >
highlight SyntasticErrorLine guibg=#2f0000
<
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2.3. The error window *:Errors* *syntastic-error-window*
2.3. The error window *syntastic-error-window*
You can use the :Errors command to display the errors for the current buffer
You can use the |:Errors| command to display the errors for the current buffer
in the |location-list|.
Note that when you use :Errors, the current location list is overwritten with
Syntastic's own location list.
Note that when you use |:Errors|, the current location list is overwritten
with Syntastic's own location list.
By default syntastic doesn't fill the |location-list| with the errors found by
the checkers, in order to reduce clashes with other plugins. Consequently, if
you run |:lopen| or |:lwindow| rather than |:Errors| to open the error window you
wouldn't see syntastic's list of errors. If you insist on using |:lopen| or
|:lwindow| you should either run |:SyntasticSetLoclist| after running the checks,
or set |syntastic_always_populate_loc_list| which tells syntastic to update the
|location-list| automatically.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2.4. Error highlighting *syntastic-highlighting*
@ -212,11 +221,14 @@ See also: |'syntastic_<filetype>_<checker>_quiet_messages'|.
==============================================================================
3. Commands *syntastic-commands*
:Errors *:SyntasticErrors*
:Errors *:Errors*
When errors have been detected, use this command to pop up the |location-list|
and display the error messages.
Please note that the |:Errors| command overwrites the current location list with
syntastic's own location list.
:SyntasticToggleMode *:SyntasticToggleMode*
Toggles syntastic between active and passive mode. See |'syntastic_mode_map'|
@ -239,7 +251,7 @@ the order specified. The rules of |syntastic_aggregate_errors| still apply.
Example: >
:SyntasticCheck flake8 pylint
<
:SyntasticInfo *:SyntasticInfo*
:SyntasticInfo *:SyntasticInfo*
The command takes an optional argument, and outputs information about the
checkers available for the filetype named by said argument, or for the current
@ -303,9 +315,22 @@ messages grouped by checker output, set this variable to 0. >
<
*'syntastic_echo_current_error'*
Default: 1
If enabled, syntastic will echo the error associated with the current line to
the command window. If multiple errors are found, the first will be used. >
If enabled, syntastic will echo current error to the command window. If
multiple errors are found on the same line, |syntastic_cursor_columns| is used
to decide which one is shown. >
let g:syntastic_echo_current_error = 1
<
*'syntastic_cursor_columns'*
Default: 1
This option controls which errors are echoed to the command window if
|syntastic_echo_current_error| is set and multiple errors are found on the same
line. When the option is enabled, the first error corresponding to the current
column is show. Otherwise, the first error on the current line is echoed,
regardless of the cursor position on the current line.
When dealing with very large lists of errors, disabling this option can speed
up navigation significantly: >
let g:syntastic_cursor_column = 0
<
*'syntastic_enable_signs'*
Default: 1
@ -407,7 +432,6 @@ default behaviour of running both checkers against the input file: >
Default: { "mode": "active",
"active_filetypes": [],
"passive_filetypes": [] }
Use this option to fine tune when automatic syntax checking is done (or not
done).
@ -436,7 +460,6 @@ active and passive modes.
*'syntastic_quiet_messages'*
Default: {}
Use this option to filter out some of the messages produced by checkers. The
option should be set to something like: >
let g:syntastic_quiet_messages = { "level": "warnings",
@ -505,6 +528,12 @@ statusline: >
<
If the buffer had 2 warnings, starting on line 5 then this would appear: >
[Warn: 5 #2]
<
*'b:syntastic_skip_checks'*
Default: unset
Only the local form |'b:syntastic_skip_checks'| is used. When set to a true
value, no checks are run against the corresponding buffer. Example: >
let b:syntastic_skip_checks = 1
<
*'syntastic_full_redraws'*
Default: 0 in GUI Vim and MacVim, 1 otherwise
@ -513,6 +542,13 @@ Changing it can in principle make screen redraws smoother, but it can also
cause screen to flicker, or cause ghost characters. Leaving it to the default
should be safe.
*'syntastic_exit_checks'*
Default: 0 when running under "cmd.exe" on Windows, 1 otherwise
Syntastic attempts to catch abnormal termination conditions from checkers by
looking at their exit codes. The "cmd.exe" shell on Windows make these checks
meaningless, by returning 1 to Vim when the checkers exit with non-zero codes.
The above variable can be used to disable exit code checks in syntastic.
*'syntastic_debug'*
Default: 0
Set this to the sum of one or more of the following flags to enable
@ -580,11 +616,19 @@ Use |:SyntasticInfo| to see which checkers are available for a given filetype.
5.2 Choosing the executable *syntastic-config-exec*
*'syntastic_<filetype>_<checker>_exec'*
The executable used by a checker is normally defined automatically, when the
checkers is registered. You can however override it by setting the variable
The executable run by a checker is normally defined automatically, when the
checker is registered. You can however override it, by setting the variable
'g:syntastic_<filetype>_<checker>_exec': >
let g:syntastic_ruby_mri_exec = '~/bin/ruby2'
<
This variable has a local version, 'b:syntastic_<filetype>_<checker>_exec',
which takes precedence over the global one in the corresponding buffer.
*'b:syntastic_<checker>_exec'*
And there is also a local variable named 'b:syntastic_<checker>_exec', which
takes precedence over both 'b:syntastic_<filetype>_<checker>_exec' and
'g:syntastic_<filetype>_<checker>_exec' in the buffers where it is defined.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
5.3 Configuring specific checkers *syntastic-config-makeprg*
@ -609,21 +653,20 @@ have local versions 'b:syntastic_<filetype>_<checker-name>_<option-name>',
which take precedence over the global ones in the corresponding buffers.
If one of these variables has a non-empty default and you want it to be empty,
you can set it to a space, e.g.: >
let g:syntastic_javascript_jslint_args = " "
you can set it to an empty string, e.g.: >
let g:syntastic_javascript_jslint_args = ""
<
(setting it to an empty string doesn't work, for implementation reasons).
*'syntastic_<filetype>_<checker>_exe'*
The 'exe' is normally the same as the 'exec' attribute described above, in
which case it may be omitted. However, you can use it to add environment
variables or additional parameters, e.g. to tell the mri checker to use KANJI
encoding you could do something like this: >
let g:syntastic_ruby_mri_exe = 'RUBYOPT="-Ke" ruby'
variables, or to change the way the checker is run. For example this setup
allows you to run PC-Lint under Wine emulation on Linux: >
let g:syntastic_c_pc_lint_exec = "wine"
let g:syntastic_c_pc_lint_exe = "wine c:/path/to/lint-nt.exe"
<
To override the args and the tail: >
let g:syntastic_ruby_mri_args = "--my --args --here"
let g:syntastic_ruby_mri_tail = "> /tmp/my-output-file-biatch"
let g:syntastic_c_pc_lint_args = "-w5 -Iz:/usr/include/linux"
let g:syntastic_c_pc_lint_tail = "2>/dev/null"
<
The general form of the override options is: >
syntastic_<filetype>_<checker>_<option-name>
@ -740,9 +783,9 @@ https://github.com/jmcantrell/vim-virtualenv). This is a limitation of
7. About *syntastic-about*
The core maintainers of syntastic are:
Martin Grenfell (github: scrooloose)
Gregor Uhlenheuer (github: kongo2002)
LCD 047 (github: lcd047)
Martin Grenfell (GitHub: scrooloose)
Gregor Uhlenheuer (GitHub: kongo2002)
LCD 047 (GitHub: lcd047)
Find the latest version of syntastic at:

24
sources_non_forked/syntastic/plugin/syntastic.vim

@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ if has('reltime')
lockvar! g:syntastic_start
endif
let g:syntastic_version = '3.4.0-117'
let g:syntastic_version = '3.5.0-37'
lockvar g:syntastic_version
" Sanity checks {{{1
@ -56,12 +56,14 @@ let g:syntastic_defaults = {
\ 'bash_hack': 1,
\ 'check_on_open': 0,
\ 'check_on_wq': 1,
\ 'cursor_columns': 1,
\ 'debug': 0,
\ 'echo_current_error': 1,
\ 'enable_balloons': 1,
\ 'enable_highlighting': 1,
\ 'enable_signs': 1,
\ 'error_symbol': '>>',
\ 'exit_checks': !(s:running_windows && &shell =~? '\m\<cmd\.exe$'),
\ 'filetype_map': {},
\ 'full_redraws': !(has('gui_running') || has('gui_macvim')),
\ 'id_checkers': 1,
@ -228,7 +230,7 @@ endfunction " }}}2
function! s:QuitPreHook() " {{{2
call syntastic#log#debug(g:SyntasticDebugAutocommands,
\ 'autocmd: QuitPre, buffer ' . bufnr("") . ' = ' . string(bufname(str2nr(bufnr("")))))
let b:syntastic_skip_checks = !g:syntastic_check_on_wq
let b:syntastic_skip_checks = get(b:, 'syntastic_skip_checks', 0) || !syntastic#util#var('check_on_wq')
call SyntasticLoclistHide()
endfunction " }}}2
@ -481,7 +483,15 @@ function! SyntasticMake(options) " {{{2
execute 'lcd ' . fnameescape(old_cwd)
endif
silent! lolder
try
silent lolder
catch /\m^Vim\%((\a\+)\)\=:E380/
" E380: At bottom of quickfix stack
call setloclist(0, [], 'r')
catch /\m^Vim\%((\a\+)\)\=:E776/
" E776: No location list
" do nothing
endtry
" restore options {{{3
let &errorformat = old_errorformat
@ -496,7 +506,7 @@ function! SyntasticMake(options) " {{{2
call syntastic#log#debug(g:SyntasticDebugLoclist, 'raw loclist:', errors)
if has_key(a:options, 'returns') && index(a:options['returns'], v:shell_error) == -1
if syntastic#util#var('exit_checks') && has_key(a:options, 'returns') && index(a:options['returns'], v:shell_error) == -1
throw 'Syntastic: checker error'
endif
@ -555,9 +565,9 @@ endfunction " }}}2
" Skip running in special buffers
function! s:skipFile() " {{{2
let fname = expand('%')
let skip = (exists('b:syntastic_skip_checks') ? b:syntastic_skip_checks : 0) ||
\ (&buftype != '') || !filereadable(fname) || getwinvar(0, '&diff') ||
\ s:ignoreFile(fname) || fnamemodify(fname, ':e') =~? g:syntastic_ignore_extensions
let skip = get(b:, 'syntastic_skip_checks', 0) || (&buftype != '') ||
\ !filereadable(fname) || getwinvar(0, '&diff') || s:ignoreFile(fname) ||
\ fnamemodify(fname, ':e') =~? g:syntastic_ignore_extensions
if skip
call syntastic#log#debug(g:SyntasticDebugTrace, 'skipFile: skipping')
endif

11
sources_non_forked/syntastic/plugin/syntastic/checker.vim

@ -46,11 +46,9 @@ function! g:SyntasticChecker.getName() " {{{2
endfunction " }}}2
function! g:SyntasticChecker.getExec() " {{{2
if exists('g:syntastic_' . self._filetype . '_' . self._name . '_exec')
return expand(g:syntastic_{self._filetype}_{self._name}<