Run code directly from vim (#594)

Pratyay Pande 2 years ago committed by GitHub
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@ -364,6 +364,13 @@ Shortcuts using `<leader>` instead of special characters:
map <leader>sa zg
map <leader>s? z=
### Running Code
To run code directly from vim, press `F5`. The currently open code will execute without you having to type anything.
Can be used to execute code written in C, C++, Java, Python, Go, Octave, Bash scripts and HTML. To edit how you want your code to be executed, make changes in the file
### Cope
Query `:help cope` if you are unsure what cope is. It's super useful!

@ -12,7 +12,6 @@ source ~/.vim_runtime/vimrcs/basic.vim
source ~/.vim_runtime/vimrcs/filetypes.vim
source ~/.vim_runtime/vimrcs/plugins_config.vim
source ~/.vim_runtime/vimrcs/extended.vim
source ~/.vim_runtime/my_configs.vim

@ -172,3 +172,59 @@ endfunc
func! CurrentFileDir(cmd)
return a:cmd . " " . expand("%:p:h") . "/"
" Following file contains the commands on how to run the currently open code.
" The default mapping is set to F5 like most code editors.
" Change it as you feel comfortable with, keeping in mind that it does not
" clash with any other keymapping.
" NOTE: Compilers for different systems may differ. For example, in the case
" of C and C++, we have assumed it to be gcc and g++ respectively, but it may
" not be the same. It is suggested to check first if the compilers are installed
" before running the code, or maybe even switch to a different compiler.
" NOTE: Adding support for more programming languages
" Just add another elseif block before the 'endif' statement in the same
" way it is done in each case. Take care to add tabbed spaces after each
" elseif block (similar to python). For example:
" elseif &filetype == '<your_file_extension>'
" exec '!<your_compiler> %'
" NOTE: The '%' sign indicates the name of the currently open file with extension.
" The time command displays the time taken for execution. Remove the
" time command if you dont want the system to display the time
map <F5> :call CompileRun()<CR>
imap <F5> <Esc>:call CompileRun()<CR>
vmap <F5> <Esc>:call CompileRun()<CR>
func! CompileRun()
exec "w"
if &filetype == 'c'
exec "!gcc % -o %<"
exec "!time ./%<"
elseif &filetype == 'cpp'
exec "!g++ % -o %<"
exec "!time ./%<"
elseif &filetype == 'java'
exec "!javac %"
exec "!time java %"
elseif &filetype == 'sh'
exec "!time bash %"
elseif &filetype == 'python'
exec "!time python3 %"
elseif &filetype == 'html'
exec "!google-chrome % &"
elseif &filetype == 'go'
exec "!go build %<"
exec "!time go run %"
elseif &filetype == 'matlab'
exec "!time octave %"