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@ -204,6 +204,14 @@ let s:hlgrps = {
\ }
" lname, sname of the basic(non-extension) modes
let s:types = ['fil', 'buf', 'mru']
if !exists('g:ctrlp_types')
let g:ctrlp_types = s:types
el
call filter(g:ctrlp_types, "index(['fil', 'buf', 'mru'], v:val)!=-1")
en
let g:ctrlp_builtins = len(g:ctrlp_types)-1
let s:coretypes = filter([
\ ['files', 'fil'],
\ ['buffers', 'buf'],
@ -912,10 +920,13 @@ fu! s:PrtDeleteMRU()
endf
fu! s:PrtExit()
let bw = bufwinnr('%')
exe bufwinnr(s:bufnr).'winc w'
if bufnr('%') == s:bufnr && bufname('%') == 'ControlP'
noa cal s:Close(1)
noa winc p
els
exe bw.'winc w'
en
endf
@ -1962,7 +1973,7 @@ fu! s:isabs(path)
endf
fu! s:bufnrfilpath(line)
if s:isabs(a:line) || a:line =~ '^\~[/\\]'
if s:isabs(a:line) || a:line =~ '^\~[/\\]' || a:line =~ '^\w\+:\/\/'
let filpath = a:line
el
let filpath = s:dyncwd.s:lash().a:line
@ -2032,7 +2043,7 @@ fu! s:checkbuf()
endf
fu! s:iscmdwin()
let ermsg = v:errmsg
let [ermsg, v:errmsg] = [v:errmsg, '']
sil! noa winc p
sil! noa winc p
let [v:errmsg, ermsg] = [ermsg, v:errmsg]

@ -255,8 +255,9 @@ plugins look for .git/, .hg/,... some other plugins look for external *.exe
tools on Windows). So be a little mindful of what you put in your |wildignore|.
*'g:ctrlp_custom_ignore'*
In addition to |'wildignore'|, use this for files and directories you want only
CtrlP to not show. Use regexp to specify the patterns: >
In addition to |'wildignore'| and |g:ctrlp_show_hidden|, use this for files
and directories you want only CtrlP to not show. Use regexp to specify the
patterns: >
let g:ctrlp_custom_ignore = ''
<
Examples: >
@ -860,7 +861,8 @@ COMMANDS *ctrlp-commands*
Open CtrlP in find file mode.
If no argument is given, the value of |g:ctrlp_working_path_mode| will be
used to determine the starting directory.
used to determine the starting directory. See |:CtrlPCurFile| and
|:CtrlPCurWD| to temporarily override the setting.
You can use <tab> to auto-complete the [starting-directory] when typing it.
@ -868,6 +870,16 @@ COMMANDS *ctrlp-commands*
:CtrlPBuffer
Open CtrlP in find buffer mode.
*:CtrlPCurFile*
:CtrlPCurFile
This acts like |:CtrlP| with |g:ctrlp_working_path_mode| = '' and ignores
the variable's current value.
*:CtrlPCurWD*
:CtrlPCurWD
This acts like |:CtrlP| with |g:ctrlp_working_path_mode| = '' and ignores
the variable's current value.
*:CtrlPMRU*
:CtrlPMRU
Open CtrlP in find Most-Recently-Used file mode.
@ -1329,7 +1341,8 @@ Available extensions:~
Buffer Tag mode options:~
*'g:ctrlp_buftag_ctags_bin'*
If ctags isn't in your $PATH, use this to set its location: >
If ctags isn't in your $PATH, or a ctags binary exists in either
/opt/local/bin or /usr/local/bin, us this to set its location: >
let g:ctrlp_buftag_ctags_bin = ''
<

@ -10,15 +10,9 @@ if ( exists('g:loaded_ctrlp') && g:loaded_ctrlp ) || v:version < 700 || &cp
en
let g:loaded_ctrlp = 1
let s:types = ['fil', 'buf', 'mru']
if !exists('g:ctrlp_types')
let g:ctrlp_types = s:types
el
call filter(g:ctrlp_types, "index(['fil', 'buf', 'mru'], v:val)!=-1")
en
let [g:ctrlp_lines, g:ctrlp_allfiles, g:ctrlp_alltags, g:ctrlp_alldirs,
\ g:ctrlp_allmixes, g:ctrlp_buftags, g:ctrlp_ext_vars, g:ctrlp_builtins]
\ = [[], [], [], [], {}, {}, [], len(g:ctrlp_types)-1]
\ = [[], [], [], [], {}, {}, [], 2]
if !exists('g:ctrlp_map') | let g:ctrlp_map = '<c-p>' | en
if !exists('g:ctrlp_cmd') | let g:ctrlp_cmd = 'CtrlP' | en

@ -64,6 +64,10 @@ Use `:diffthis` when opening multiple files to run `:diffthis` on the first 4 fi
If more than one mode is specified, they will be tried in order until a directory is located.
* If a file is already open, open it again in a new pane instead of switching to the existing pane
`let g:ctrlp_switch_buffer = 'et'`
* Exclude files and directories using Vim's `wildignore` and CtrlP's own `g:ctrlp_custom_ignore`. If a custom listing command is being used, exclusions are ignored:
```vim

@ -272,7 +272,7 @@ set noshowmode
```
Now, let us get back to the tutorial (with the patched font for vim-powerline).
Now, let's get back to the tutorial (with the patched font for vim-powerline).
You look into a help file to find the marks annoying.
![lightline.vim - tutorial](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wiki/itchyny/lightline.vim/image/tutorial/6.png)
@ -293,8 +293,8 @@ let g:lightline = {
![lightline.vim - tutorial](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wiki/itchyny/lightline.vim/image/tutorial/7.png)
Huh? Weird!
The components do not collapse even if they have no information!
In order to avoid this situation, you set expressions to `g:lightline.component_visible_condition`, which should become 1 only when the corresponding components have information.
The subseparators are visible even if the components are empty.
In order to hide the subseparators, you can set expressions to `g:lightline.component_visible_condition`, which should be 1 only when the corresponding component is not empty.
```vim
let g:lightline = {
\ 'colorscheme': 'wombat',
@ -313,8 +313,8 @@ let g:lightline = {
![lightline.vim - tutorial](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wiki/itchyny/lightline.vim/image/tutorial/8.png)
Okay. It works nice.
The configuration `component_visible_condition` is used to control the visibility of the subseparators.
You cannot use this variable to control the visibility of the components themselves.
How does lightline decide the components to show in the statusline?
It's very simple.
@ -340,15 +340,8 @@ let g:lightline = {
\ }
```
If the plugin arranges all the components (in a situation you `set paste` and the file `.vimrc` is read-only, try to modify):
![lightline.vim - tutorial](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wiki/itchyny/lightline.vim/image/tutorial/9.png)
The mode component, the paste component, read-only component, filename component and modified component in a row.
Normally, the paste component does not show up.
![lightline.vim - tutorial](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wiki/itchyny/lightline.vim/image/tutorial/10.png)
If the file is not read-only (more common cases), the read-only component does not show up.
![lightline.vim - tutorial](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wiki/itchyny/lightline.vim/image/tutorial/11.png)
![lightline.vim - tutorial](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wiki/itchyny/lightline.vim/image/tutorial/9.png)
Again look into `g:lightline.active.left`.
```vim
@ -357,8 +350,6 @@ let g:lightline = {
\ 'left': [ [ 'mode', 'paste' ],
\ [ 'readonly', 'filename', 'modified' ] ] ...
```
And the screen shot of all the components.
![lightline.vim - tutorial](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wiki/itchyny/lightline.vim/image/tutorial/9.png)
The mode and paste component are displayed in the same group.
The read-only, filename and modified component are in the second group.
@ -369,11 +360,11 @@ You can configure the components in the statusline by the following four variabl
+ `g:lightline.inactive.left`
+ `g:lightline.inactive.right`
Of course, your settings in `.vimrc` have priority over the default settings in lightline.
Of course, your configurations in `.vimrc` have priority over the default settings in lightline.
GitHub branch is important for us.
Git branch is important for us.
And it is a default component in [powerline](https://github.com/Lokaltog/powerline) and [vim-powerline](https://github.com/Lokaltog/vim-powerline).
However, lightline does not provide the branch feature by default.
@ -552,7 +543,7 @@ subseparator.left | '\|' | '' (\ue0b1) | '⮁' (\u2b81)
subseparator.right | '\|' | '' (\ue0b3) | '⮃' (\u2b83)
branch symbol | -- | '' (\ue0a0) | '⭠' (\u2b60)
readonly symbol | -- | '' (\ue0a2) | '⭤' (\u2b64)
linecolumn symbol | -- | '' (\ue0a1) | '⭡' (\u2b81)
linecolumn symbol | -- | '' (\ue0a1) | '⭡' (\u2b61)
### My settings
I show my settings. I use the patched font for vim-powerline.

@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
" Filename: autoload/lightline.vim
" Author: itchyny
" License: MIT License
" Last Change: 2016/06/12 22:40:00.
" Last Change: 2016/09/04 13:01:40.
" =============================================================================
let s:save_cpo = &cpo
@ -111,6 +111,7 @@ let s:_lightline = {
\ 'modified': '&modified||!&modifiable', 'readonly': '&readonly', 'paste': '&paste', 'spell': '&spell'
\ },
\ 'component_function': {},
\ 'component_function_visible_condition': {},
\ 'component_expand': {
\ 'tabs': 'lightline#tabs'
\ },
@ -293,11 +294,11 @@ function! lightline#highlight(...) abort
endfunction
function! s:subseparator(components, subseparator, expanded) abort
let [a, c, f, v] = [ a:components, s:lightline.component, s:lightline.component_function, s:lightline.component_visible_condition ]
let [a, c, f, v, u ] = [ a:components, s:lightline.component, s:lightline.component_function, s:lightline.component_visible_condition, s:lightline.component_function_visible_condition ]
let xs = map(range(len(a:components)), 'a:expanded[v:val] ? "1" :
\ has_key(f, a[v:val]) ? (exists("*".f[a[v:val]]) ? "" : "exists(\"*".f[a[v:val]]."\")&&").f[a[v:val]]."()!=#\"\"" :
\ has_key(v, a[v:val]) ? "(" . v[a[v:val]] . ")" : has_key(c, a[v:val]) ? "1" : "0"')
return '%{' . (xs[0] ==# '1' ? '' : xs[0] . '&&(') . join(xs[1:], '||') . (xs[0] ==# '1' ? '' : ')') . '?"' . a:subseparator . '":""}'
\ has_key(f, a[v:val]) ? (has_key(u, a[v:val]) ? "(".u[a[v:val]].")" : (exists("*".f[a[v:val]]) ? "" : "exists(\"*".f[a[v:val]]."\")&&").f[a[v:val]]."()!=#\"\"") :
\ has_key(v, a[v:val]) ? "(".v[a[v:val]].")" : has_key(c, a[v:val]) ? "1" : "0"')
return '%{' . (xs[0] ==# '1' || xs[0] ==# '(1)' ? '' : xs[0] . '&&(') . join(xs[1:], '||') . (xs[0] ==# '1' || xs[0] ==# '(1)' ? '' : ')') . '?"' . a:subseparator . '":""}'
endfunction
function! lightline#concatenate(xs, right) abort
@ -324,7 +325,7 @@ endfunction
function! s:evaluate_expand(component) abort
try
let result = call(a:component, [])
let result = eval(a:component . '()')
if type(result) == 1 && result ==# ''
return []
endif

@ -1,10 +1,10 @@
*lightline.txt* A light and configurable statusline/tabline for Vim
Version: 0.0
Version: 0.1
Author: itchyny (https://github.com/itchyny)
License: MIT License
Repository: https://github.com/itchyny/lightline.vim
Last Change: 2016/08/09 06:22:39.
Last Change: 2016/09/13 23:56:56.
CONTENTS *lightline-contents*
@ -19,7 +19,6 @@ Examples |lightline-examples|
Nice Examples |lightline-nice-examples|
Powerful Example |lightline-powerful-example|
Troubleshooting |lightline-troubleshooting|
Changelog |lightline-changelog|
==============================================================================
INTRODUCTION *lightline-introduction*
@ -115,10 +114,13 @@ OPTIONS *lightline-option*
\ 'column': '%c'
\ 'close': '%999X X ' }
<
g:lightline.component_visible_condition *g:lightline.component_visible_condition*
Dictionary of boolean expressions for the components.
g:lightline.component_visible_condition
*g:lightline.component_visible_condition*
Dictionary to store the visible condition of the components.
Each expression should correspond to the condition each
component have non-zero length.
component is not empty. This configuration is used to control
the visibility of the subseparators. You cannot use this
configuration to control the visibility of the components.
The default value is:
>
let g:lightline.component_visible_condition = {
@ -135,6 +137,11 @@ OPTIONS *lightline-option*
because the user does not have to set both component and
component_visible_condition. If a component set to both component and
component_function, the setting of component_function has priority.
The default value is:
>
let g:lightline.component_function = {}
<
For example, if you want a component for read-only mark, which
disappears in help windows:
>
@ -150,6 +157,19 @@ OPTIONS *lightline-option*
function! LightLineReadonly()
return &ft !~? 'help' && &readonly ? 'RO' : ''
endfunction
<
g:lightline.component_function_visible_condition
*g:lightline.component_function_visible_condition*
Dictionary to store the visible conditions of the function
components. Each expression should correspond to the condition
each component is not empty. This configuration is used to
control the visibility of the subseparators. You can use this
configuration to reduce the number of function calls for
function components by setting the value 1 (to tell lightline
that the component is always visible).
The default value is:
>
let g:lightline.component_function_visible_condition = {}
<
g:lightline.component_expand *g:lightline.component_expand*
Another dictionary for components. You can create a component
@ -1126,7 +1146,7 @@ Problem 9: *lightline-problem-9*
subseparator.right '|' '' (\ue0b3) '⮃' (\u2b83)
branch symbol -- '' (\ue0a0) '⭠' (\u2b60)
readonly symbol -- '' (\ue0a2) '⭤' (\u2b64)
linecolumn symbol -- '' (\ue0a1) '⭡' (\u2b81)
linecolumn symbol -- '' (\ue0a1) '⭡' (\u2b61)
Problem 10: *lightline-problem-10*
Cool statusline disappears on |unite|, |vimfiler| and |vimshell|
@ -1270,11 +1290,5 @@ Problem 17: *lightline-problem-17*
Report/Request the issue/feature at
https://github.com/itchyny/lightline.vim/issues.
==============================================================================
CHANGELOG *lightline-changelog*
0.0 2013-08-21, ...
- Initial commit and implementation
==============================================================================
vim:tw=78:sw=4:ts=8:ft=help:norl:noet:

@ -610,3 +610,15 @@ function! s:suite.duplicated_type_both_nil_right_most()
\ [[['filename'], ['y0', 'y1', 'y0', 'y1']], [[0], [1, 1, 1, 1]], ['0', 'custom', '1']])
delfunction Custom
endfunction
function! s:suite.dictionary_function()
let g:lightline = { 'component_expand': { 'custom': 'g:lightline.Custom' } }
function! g:lightline.Custom()
return [ ['left'], ['middle'], ['right'] ]
endfunction
call lightline#init()
call s:assert.equals(s:expand([['readonly', 'filename'], ['custom'], ['modified']]),
\ [[['readonly', 'filename'], ['left', 'middle', 'right'], ['modified']], [[0, 0], [1, 1, 1], [0]], ['0', '1', '2', '3']])
call s:assert.equals(s:expand([['readonly', 'filename', 'custom', 'modified']]),
\ [[['readonly', 'filename', 'left', 'middle', 'right', 'modified']], [[0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 0]], ['0', '1']])
endfunction

@ -177,6 +177,111 @@ function! s:suite.subseparator_component_function_7()
delfunction Custom3
endfunction
function! s:suite.subseparator_component_function_visible_condition_1()
function! Custom1()
return 'custom1'
endfunction
function! Custom2()
return 'custom2'
endfunction
function! Custom3()
return 'custom3'
endfunction
let g:lightline = { 'component_function': { 'custom1': 'Custom1', 'custom2': 'Custom2', 'custom3': 'Custom3' }, 'component_function_visible_condition': { 'custom1': '1', 'custom2': '1', 'custom3': '1' } }
call lightline#init()
call s:assert.equals(s:subseparator(['custom1', 'custom2', 'custom3'], '|', [0, 0, 0]), '|')
endfunction
function! s:suite.subseparator_component_function_visible_condition_2()
function! Custom1()
return 'custom1'
endfunction
function! Custom2()
return 'custom2'
endfunction
function! Custom3()
return 'custom3'
endfunction
let g:lightline = { 'component_function': { 'custom1': 'Custom1', 'custom2': 'Custom2', 'custom3': 'Custom3' }, 'component_function_visible_condition': { 'custom1': '0', 'custom2': '1', 'custom3': '1' } }
call lightline#init()
call s:assert.equals(s:subseparator(['custom1', 'custom2', 'custom3'], '|', [0, 0, 0]), '')
endfunction
function! s:suite.subseparator_component_function_visible_condition_3()
function! Custom1()
return 'custom1'
endfunction
function! Custom2()
return 'custom2'
endfunction
function! Custom3()
return 'custom3'
endfunction
let g:lightline = { 'component_function': { 'custom1': 'Custom1', 'custom2': 'Custom2', 'custom3': 'Custom3' }, 'component_function_visible_condition': { 'custom1': '1', 'custom2': '0', 'custom3': '1' } }
call lightline#init()
call s:assert.equals(s:subseparator(['custom1', 'custom2', 'custom3'], '|', [0, 0, 0]), '|')
endfunction
function! s:suite.subseparator_component_function_visible_condition_4()
function! Custom1()
return 'custom1'
endfunction
function! Custom2()
return 'custom2'
endfunction
function! Custom3()
return 'custom3'
endfunction
let g:lightline = { 'component_function': { 'custom1': 'Custom1', 'custom2': 'Custom2', 'custom3': 'Custom3' }, 'component_function_visible_condition': { 'custom1': '1', 'custom2': '0', 'custom3': '0' } }
call lightline#init()
call s:assert.equals(s:subseparator(['custom1', 'custom2', 'custom3'], '|', [0, 0, 0]), '')
endfunction
function! s:suite.subseparator_component_function_visible_condition_5()
function! Custom1()
return 'custom1'
endfunction
function! Custom2()
return ''
endfunction
function! Custom3()
return ''
endfunction
let g:lightline = { 'component_function': { 'custom1': 'Custom1', 'custom2': 'Custom2', 'custom3': 'Custom3' }, 'component_function_visible_condition': { 'custom1': '0' } }
call lightline#init()
call s:assert.equals(s:subseparator(['custom1', 'custom2', 'custom3'], '|', [0, 0, 0]), '')
endfunction
function! s:suite.subseparator_component_function_visible_condition_6()
function! Custom1()
return ''
endfunction
function! Custom2()
return 'custom2'
endfunction
function! Custom3()
return 'custom3'
endfunction
let g:lightline = { 'component_function': { 'custom1': 'Custom1', 'custom2': 'Custom2', 'custom3': 'Custom3' }, 'component_function_visible_condition': { 'custom2': '1', 'custom3': '1' } }
call lightline#init()
call s:assert.equals(s:subseparator(['custom1', 'custom2', 'custom3'], '|', [0, 0, 0]), '')
endfunction
function! s:suite.subseparator_component_function_visible_condition_7()
function! Custom1()
return 'custom1'
endfunction
function! Custom2()
return ''
endfunction
function! Custom3()
return 'custom3'
endfunction
let g:lightline = { 'component_function': { 'custom1': 'Custom1', 'custom2': 'Custom2', 'custom3': 'Custom3' }, 'component_function_visible_condition': { 'custom3': '1' } }
call lightline#init()
call s:assert.equals(s:subseparator(['custom1', 'custom2', 'custom3'], '|', [0, 0, 0]), '|')
endfunction
function! s:suite.subseparator_component_expand()
function! Custom1()
return 'custom1'

@ -1,4 +1,16 @@
Next
- Shorten delete confimration of empty directory to 'y' (mikeperri) #530
- Fix API call to open directory tree in window (devm33) #533
- Change default arrows on non-Windows platforms (gwilk) #546
- Update to README - combine cd and git clone (zwhitchcox) #584
- Update to README - Tip: start NERDTree when vim starts (therealplato) #593
- Escape filename when moving an open buffer (zacharyvoase) #595
- Fixed incorrect :helptags command in README (curran) #619
- Fixed incomplete escaping of folder arrows (adityanatraj) #548
- Added NERDTreeCascadeSingleChildDir option (juanibiapina) #558
- Replace strchars() with backward compatible workaround.
- Add support for copy command in Windows (SkylerLipthay) #231
- Fixed typo in README.markdown - :Helptags -> :helptags
- Rename "primary" and "secondary" trees to "tab" and "window" trees.
- Move a bunch of buffer level variables into the NERDTree and UI classes.
- Display cascading dirs on one line to save vertical/horizontal space (@matt-gardner: brainstorming/testing)

@ -57,10 +57,9 @@ Installation
####[pathogen.vim](https://github.com/tpope/vim-pathogen)
cd ~/.vim/bundle
git clone https://github.com/scrooloose/nerdtree.git
git clone https://github.com/scrooloose/nerdtree.git ~/.vim/bundle/nerdtree
Then reload vim, run `:Helptags`, and check out `:help NERD_tree.txt`.
Then reload vim, run `:helptags ~/.vim/bundle/nerdtree/doc/`, and check out `:help NERD_tree.txt`.
####[apt-vim](https://github.com/egalpin/apt-vim)
@ -101,6 +100,16 @@ Stick this in your vimrc:
Note: Now start vim with plain `vim`, not `vim .`
---
> How can I open NERDTree on startup, and have my cursor start in the other window?
Stick this in your vimrc:
autocmd vimenter * NERDTree
autocmd vimenter * wincmd p
*via [stackoverflow/Yohann](http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4277808/nerdtree-auto-focus-to-file-when-opened-in-new-tab/19330023#19330023)*
---
> How can I map a specific key or shortcut to open NERDTree?
@ -125,5 +134,5 @@ See here: https://github.com/scrooloose/nerdtree/issues/433#issuecomment-9259069
Use these variables in your vimrc. Note that below are default arrow symbols
let g:NERDTreeDirArrowExpandable = ''
let g:NERDTreeDirArrowCollapsible = ''
let g:NERDTreeDirArrowExpandable = ''
let g:NERDTreeDirArrowCollapsible = ''

@ -668,14 +668,18 @@ NERD tree. These options should be set in your vimrc.
|'NERDTreeWinSize'| Sets the window size when the NERD tree is
opened.
|'NERDTreeMinimalUI'| Disables display of the 'Bookmarks' label and
|'NERDTreeMinimalUI'| Disables display of the 'Bookmarks' label and
'Press ? for help' text.
|'NERDTreeCascadeSingleChildDir'|
Collapses on the same line directories that
have only one child directory.
|'NERDTreeCascadeOpenSingleChildDir'|
Cascade open while selected directory has only
one child that also is a directory.
|'NERDTreeAutoDeleteBuffer'| Tells the NERD tree to automatically remove
|'NERDTreeAutoDeleteBuffer'| Tells the NERD tree to automatically remove
a buffer when a file is being deleted or renamed
via a context menu command.
@ -987,7 +991,18 @@ of the following lines to set this option: >
<
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*'NERDTreeCascadeOpenSingleChildDir'*
*'NERDTreeCascadeSingleChildDir'*
Values: 0 or 1
Default: 1.
When displaying dir nodes, this option tells NERDTree to collapse dirs that
have only one child. Use one of the follow lines to set this option: >
let NERDTreeCascadeSingleChildDir=0
let NERDTreeCascadeSingleChildDir=1
<
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*'NERDTreeCascadeOpenSingleChildDir'*
Values: 0 or 1
Default: 1.
@ -1001,7 +1016,7 @@ useful for Java projects. Use one of the follow lines to set this option: >
<
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*'NERDTreeAutoDeleteBuffer'*
*'NERDTreeAutoDeleteBuffer'*
Values: 0 or 1
Default: 0.

@ -257,7 +257,7 @@ endfunction
function! s:Opener._openDirectory(node)
if self._nerdtree.isWinTree()
call self._gotoTargetWin()
call g:NERDTreeCreator.CreateWindow(a:node.path.str())
call g:NERDTreeCreator.CreateWindowTree(a:node.path.str())
else
call self._gotoTargetWin()
if empty(self._where)

@ -174,11 +174,15 @@ function! s:Path.copy(dest)
call s:Path.createParentDirectories(a:dest)
let dest = s:Path.WinToUnixPath(a:dest)
if exists('g:NERDTreeCopyCmd')
let cmd_prefix = g:NERDTreeCopyCmd
else
let cmd_prefix = (self.isDirectory ? g:NERDTreeCopyDirCmd : g:NERDTreeCopyFileCmd)
endif
let cmd = g:NERDTreeCopyCmd . " " . escape(self.str(), self._escChars()) . " " . escape(dest, self._escChars())
let cmd = cmd_prefix . " " . escape(self.str(), self._escChars()) . " " . escape(a:dest, self._escChars())
let success = system(cmd)
if success != 0
if v:shell_error != 0
throw "NERDTree.CopyError: Could not copy ''". self.str() ."'' to: '" . a:dest . "'"
endif
endfunction
@ -187,7 +191,7 @@ endfunction
"
"returns 1 if copying is supported for this OS
function! s:Path.CopyingSupported()
return exists('g:NERDTreeCopyCmd')
return exists('g:NERDTreeCopyCmd') || (exists('g:NERDTreeCopyDirCmd') && exists('g:NERDTreeCopyFileCmd'))
endfunction
"FUNCTION: Path.copyingWillOverwrite(dest) {{{1
@ -213,7 +217,7 @@ endfunction
"FUNCTION: Path.createParentDirectories(path) {{{1
"
"create parent directories for this path if needed
"without throwing any errors is those directories already exist
"without throwing any errors if those directories already exist
"
"Args:
"path: full path of the node whose parent directories may need to be created
@ -226,8 +230,7 @@ endfunction
"FUNCTION: Path.delete() {{{1
"
"Deletes the file represented by this path.
"Deletion of directories is not supported
"Deletes the file or directory represented by this path.
"
"Throws NERDTree.Path.Deletion exceptions
function! s:Path.delete()

@ -117,28 +117,14 @@ endfunction
"FUNCTION: TreeDirNode.getCascade() {{{1
"Return an array of dir nodes (starting from self) that can be cascade opened.
function! s:TreeDirNode.getCascade()
if !self.isCascadable()
return [self]
endif
let rv = [self]
let node = self
while 1
let vc = node.getVisibleChildren()
if len(vc) != 1
break
endif
let visChild = vc[0]
"TODO: optimize
if !visChild.path.isDirectory
break
endif
call add(rv, visChild)
let node = visChild
endwhile
let vc = self.getVisibleChildren()
let visChild = vc[0]
return rv
return [self] + visChild.getCascade()
endfunction
"FUNCTION: TreeDirNode.getChildCount() {{{1
@ -264,6 +250,10 @@ endfunction
"FUNCTION: TreeDirNode.isCascadable() {{{1
"true if this dir has only one visible child - which is also a dir
function! s:TreeDirNode.isCascadable()
if g:NERDTreeCascadeSingleChildDir == 0
return 0
endif
let c = self.getVisibleChildren()
return len(c) == 1 && c[0].path.isDirectory
endfunction
@ -466,7 +456,7 @@ function! s:TreeDirNode.refresh()
" Regular expression is too expensive. Use simply string comparison
" instead
if i[len(i)-3:2] != ".." && i[len(i)-2:2] != ".." &&
if i[len(i)-3:2] != ".." && i[len(i)-2:2] != ".." &&
\ i[len(i)-2:1] != "." && i[len(i)-1] != "."
try
"create a new path and see if it exists in this nodes children

@ -282,7 +282,8 @@ endfunction
function! s:UI._indentLevelFor(line)
"have to do this work around because match() returns bytes, not chars
let numLeadBytes = match(a:line, '\M\[^ '.g:NERDTreeDirArrowExpandable.g:NERDTreeDirArrowCollapsible.']')
let leadChars = strchars(a:line[0:numLeadBytes-1])
" The next line is a backward-compatible workaround for strchars(a:line(0:numLeadBytes-1]). strchars() is in 7.3+
let leadChars = len(split(a:line[0:numLeadBytes-1], '\zs'))
return leadChars / s:UI.IndentWid()
endfunction

@ -74,7 +74,7 @@ endfunction
function! s:promptToRenameBuffer(bufnum, msg, newFileName)
echo a:msg
if g:NERDTreeAutoDeleteBuffer || nr2char(getchar()) ==# 'y'
let quotedFileName = "'" . a:newFileName . "'"
let quotedFileName = fnameescape(a:newFilename)
" 1. ensure that a new buffer is loaded
exec "badd " . quotedFileName
" 2. ensure that all windows which display the just deleted filename
@ -160,10 +160,10 @@ function! NERDTreeDeleteNode()
let currentNode = g:NERDTreeFileNode.GetSelected()
let confirmed = 0
if currentNode.path.isDirectory
if currentNode.path.isDirectory && currentNode.getChildCount() > 0
let choice =input("Delete the current node\n" .
\ "==========================================================\n" .
\ "STOP! To delete this entire directory, type 'yes'\n" .
\ "STOP! Directory is not empty! To delete, type 'yes'\n" .
\ "" . currentNode.path.str() . ": ")
let confirmed = choice ==# 'yes'
else

@ -68,13 +68,14 @@ call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeShowLineNumbers", 0)
call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeSortDirs", 1)
if !nerdtree#runningWindows()
call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeDirArrowExpandable", "")
call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeDirArrowCollapsible", "")
call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeDirArrowExpandable", "")
call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeDirArrowCollapsible", "")
else
call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeDirArrowExpandable", "+")
call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeDirArrowCollapsible", "~")
endif
call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeCascadeOpenSingleChildDir", 1)
call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeCascadeSingleChildDir", 1)
if !exists("g:NERDTreeSortOrder")
let g:NERDTreeSortOrder = ['\/$', '*', '\.swp$', '\.bak$', '\~$']
@ -103,6 +104,8 @@ call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeWinSize", 31)
"Note: the space after the command is important
if nerdtree#runningWindows()
call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeRemoveDirCmd", 'rmdir /s /q ')
call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeCopyDirCmd", 'xcopy /s /e /i /y /q ')
call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeCopyFileCmd", 'copy /y ')
else
call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeRemoveDirCmd", 'rm -rf ')
call s:initVariable("g:NERDTreeCopyCmd", 'cp -r ')

@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ syn match NERDTreeDirSlash #/# containedin=NERDTreeDir
exec 'syn match NERDTreeClosable #'.escape(g:NERDTreeDirArrowCollapsible, '~').'# containedin=NERDTreeDir,NERDTreeFile'
exec 'syn match NERDTreeOpenable #'.escape(g:NERDTreeDirArrowExpandable, '~').'# containedin=NERDTreeDir,NERDTreeFile'
let s:dirArrows = escape(g:NERDTreeDirArrowCollapsible, '~').escape(g:NERDTreeDirArrowExpandable, '~')
let s:dirArrows = escape(g:NERDTreeDirArrowCollapsible, '~]\-').escape(g:NERDTreeDirArrowExpandable, '~]\-')
exec 'syn match NERDTreeDir #[^'.s:dirArrows.' ].*/#'
syn match NERDTreeExecFile #^ .*\*\($\| \)# contains=NERDTreeRO,NERDTreeBookmark
exec 'syn match NERDTreeFile #^[^"\.'.s:dirArrows.'] *[^'.s:dirArrows.']*# contains=NERDTreeLink,NERDTreeRO,NERDTreeBookmark,NERDTreeExecFile'

@ -25,22 +25,21 @@
3. [Recommended settings](#settings)
4. [FAQ](#faq)
4.1. [I installed syntastic but it isn't reporting any errors...](#faqinfo)
4.2. [How can I check scripts written for different versions of Python?](#faqpython)
4.3. [How can I check scripts written for different versions of Ruby?](#faqruby)
4.4. [Are there any local checkers for HTML5 that I can use with syntastic?](#faqhtml5)
4.5. [The `perl` checker has stopped working...](#faqperl)
4.6. [What happened to the `rustc` checker?](#faqrust)
4.7. [What happened to the `tsc` checker?](#faqtsc)
4.8. [What happened to the `xcrun` checker?](#faqxcrun)
4.9. [I run a checker and the location list is not updated...](#faqloclist)
4.9. [I run`:lopen` or `:lwindow` and the error window is empty...](#faqloclist)
4.10. [How can I pass additional arguments to a checker?](#faqargs)
4.11. [Syntastic supports several checkers for my filetype - how do I tell which one(s) to use?](#faqcheckers)
4.12. [What is the difference between syntax checkers and style checkers?](#faqstyle)
4.13. [I have enabled multiple checkers for the current filetype. How can I display all errors from all checkers together?](#faqaggregate)
4.14. [How can I jump between the different errors without using the location list at the bottom of the window?](#faqlnext)
4.15. [My favourite checker needs to load a configuration file from the project's root rather than the current directory...](#faqconfig)
4.16. [The error window is closed automatically when I :quit the current buffer but not when I :bdelete it?](#faqbdelete)
4.2. [Syntastic supports several checkers for my filetype, how do I tell it which one(s) to use?](#faqcheckers)
4.3. [I have enabled multiple checkers for the current filetype. How can I display all errors from all checkers together?](#faqaggregate)
4.4. [How can I pass additional arguments to a checker?](#faqargs)
4.5. [I run a checker and the location list is not updated...](#faqloclist)
4.5. [I run`:lopen` or `:lwindow` and the error window is empty...](#faqloclist)
4.6. [How can I jump between the different errors without using the location list at the bottom of the window?](#faqlnext)
4.7. [The error window is closed automatically when I `:quit` the current buffer but not when I `:bdelete` it?](#faqbdelete)
4.8. [My favourite checker needs to load a configuration file from the project's root rather than the current directory...](#faqconfig)
4.9. [What is the difference between syntax checkers and style checkers?](#faqstyle)
4.10. [How can I check scripts written for different versions of Python?](#faqpython)
4.11. [How can I check scripts written for different versions of Ruby?](#faqruby)
4.12. [The `perl` checker has stopped working...](#faqperl)
4.13. [What happened to the `rustc` checker?](#faqrust)
4.14. [What happened to the `tsc` checker?](#faqtsc)
4.15. [What happened to the `xcrun` checker?](#faqxcrun)
5. [Resources](#otherresources)
- - -
@ -106,9 +105,9 @@ version 7 or later with the "normal", "big", or "huge" feature sets should be
fine.
Syntastic should work with any modern plugin managers for Vim, such as
[NeoBundle][neobundle], [Pathogen][pathogen], [Vim-Addon-Manager][vam], [Vim-Plug][plug], or
[Vundle][vundle]. Instructions for installing syntastic with [Pathogen][pathogen] are
included below for completeness.
[NeoBundle][neobundle], [Pathogen][pathogen], [Vim-Addon-Manager][vam],
[Vim-Plug][plug], or [Vundle][vundle]. Instructions for installing syntastic
with [Pathogen][pathogen] are included below for completeness.
Starting with Vim version 7.4.1486 you can also load syntastic using the
standard mechanism of packages, without the help of third-party plugin managers
@ -230,100 +229,85 @@ or the error output for a syntax checker may have changed. In this case, make
sure you have the latest version of the syntax checker installed. If it still
fails then post an [issue][bug_tracker] - or better yet, create a pull request.
<a name="faqpython"></a>
__4.2. Q. How can I check scripts written for different versions of Python?__
A. Install a Python version manager such as [virtualenv][virtualenv]
or [pyenv][pyenv], activate the environment for the relevant version
of Python, and install in it the checkers you want to use. Set
`g:syntastic_python_checkers` accordingly in your `vimrc`, and run [Vim][vim]
from the virtual environment.
If you're starting Vim from a desktop manager rather than from a terminal you
might need to write wrapper scripts around your checkers, to activate the
virtual environment before running the actual checks. Then you'll need to
point the relevant `g:syntastic_python_<checker>_exec` variables to the wrapper
scripts.
<a name="faqruby"></a>
__4.3. Q. How can I check scripts written for different versions of Ruby?__
A. Install a Ruby version manager such as [rvm][rvm] or [rbenv][rbenv],
activate the environment for the relevant version of Ruby, and install in it
the checkers you want to use. Set `g:syntastic_ruby_checkers` accordingly in
your `vimrc`, and run [Vim][vim] from the virtual environment.
<a name="faqcheckers"></a>
If you're starting Vim from a desktop manager rather than from a terminal you
might need to write wrapper scripts around your checkers, to activate the
virtual environment before running the actual checks. Then you'll need to
point the relevant `g:syntastic_ruby_<checker>_exec` variables to the wrapper
scripts.
__4.2. Q. Syntastic supports several checkers for my filetype, how do I tell it
which one(s) to use?__
<a name="faqhtml5"></a>
A. Add a line like this to your `vimrc`:
```vim
let g:syntastic_<filetype>_checkers = ['<checker-name>']
```
__4.4. Q. Are there any local checkers for HTML5 that I can use with syntastic?__
To see the list of supported checkers for your filetype read the
[manual][checkers] (`:help syntastic-checkers` in Vim).
[HTML Tidy][tidy_old] has a fork named [HTML Tidy for HTML5][tidy]. It's a drop
in replacement, and syntastic can use it without changes. Just install it
somewhere and point `g:syntastic_html_tidy_exec` to its executable:
For example, Python has the following checkers, among others: `flake8`,
`pyflakes`, `pylint` and a native `python` checker. To tell syntastic to use
`pylint`, you would use this setting:
```vim
let g:syntastic_html_tidy_exec = 'tidy5'
```
Alternatively, you can install [vnu.jar][vnu_jar] from the [validator.nu][vnu]
project and run it as a [HTTP server][vnu_server]:
```sh
$ java -Xss512k -cp /path/to/vnu.jar nu.validator.servlet.Main 8888
let g:syntastic_python_checkers = ['pylint']
```
Then you can configure syntastic to use it:
Checkers can be chained together like this:
```vim
let g:syntastic_html_validator_api = 'http://localhost:8888/'
let g:syntastic_php_checkers = ['php', 'phpcs', 'phpmd']
```
<a name="faqperl"></a>
__4.5. Q. The `perl` checker has stopped working...__
This is telling syntastic to run the `php` checker first, and if no errors are
found, run `phpcs`, and then `phpmd`.
A. The `perl` checker runs `perl -c` against your file, which in turn
__executes__ any `BEGIN`, `UNITCHECK`, and `CHECK` blocks, and any `use`
statements in your file (cf. [perlrun][perlrun]). This is probably fine if you
wrote the file yourself, but it's a security problem if you're checking
third-party files. Since there is currently no way to disable this behaviour
while still producing useful results, the checker is now disabled by default.
To (re-)enable it, make sure the `g:syntastic_perl_checkers` list includes
`perl`, and set `g:syntastic_enable_perl_checker` to 1 in your `vimrc`:
You can also run checkers explicitly by calling `:SyntasticCheck <checker>`.
For example to run `phpcs` and `phpmd`:
```vim
let g:syntastic_enable_perl_checker = 1
:SyntasticCheck phpcs phpmd
```
<a name="faqrust"></a>
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
filetype of the current file is `php`).
__4.6. Q. What happened to the `rustc` checker?__
<a name="faqaggregate"></a>
A. It is now part of the [rust.vim][rust] plugin. If you install this plugin the
checker should be picked up automatically by syntastic.
__4.3. Q. I have enabled multiple checkers for the current filetype. How can I
display all errors from all checkers together?__
<a name="faqtsc"></a>
A. Set `g:syntastic_aggregate_errors` to 1 in your `vimrc`:
```vim
let g:syntastic_aggregate_errors = 1
```
__4.7. Q. What happened to the `tsc` checker?__
See `:help syntastic-aggregating-errors` for more details.
A. It didn't meet people's expectations and it has been removed. Please
consider using the external checker [tsuquyomi][tsuquyomi] instead. If you
install this plugin the checker should be picked up automatically by syntastic.
<a name="faqargs"></a>
<a name="faqxcrun"></a>
__4.4. Q. How can I pass additional arguments to a checker?__
__4.8. Q. What happened to the `xcrun` checker?__
A. In most cases a command line is constructed using an internal function
named `makeprgBuild()`, which provides a number of options that allow you to
customise every part of the command that gets run. You can set these options
using global variables.
A. The `xcrun` checker used to have a security problem and it has been removed.
A better checker for __Swift__ is part of the [vim-swift][swift] plugin. If you
install this plugin the checker should be picked up automatically by syntastic.
The general form of the global `args` variable is
`syntastic_<filetype>_<checker>_args`. Thus if you wanted to pass
`--my --args --here` to the Ruby `mri` checker you would add this line to your
`vimrc`:
```vim
let g:syntastic_ruby_mri_args = "--my --args --here"
```
See `:help syntastic-checker-options` for more information.
A number of checkers don't use the `makeprgBuild()` function mentioned above,
or have additional options that can be configured. For these checkers the exact
list of options should be included in the [manual][checkers]
(`:help syntastic-checkers` in Vim).
<a name="faqloclist"></a>
__4.9. Q. I run a checker and the location list is not updated...__
__4.9. Q. I run`:lopen` or `:lwindow` and the error window is empty...__
__4.5. Q. I run a checker and the location list is not updated...__
__4.5. 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
@ -333,66 +317,53 @@ your `vimrc`:
let g:syntastic_always_populate_loc_list = 1
```
<a name="faqargs"></a>
__4.10. Q. How can I pass additional arguments to a checker?__
<a name="faqlnext"></a>
A. Almost all syntax checkers use the `makeprgBuild()` function. Those checkers
that do can be configured using global variables. The general form of the
global `args` variables is `syntastic_<filetype>_<checker>_args`.
__4.6. Q. How can I jump between the different errors without using the location
list at the bottom of the window?__
So, If you wanted to pass `--my --args --here` to the ruby mri checker you
would add this line to your `vimrc`:
```vim
let g:syntastic_ruby_mri_args = "--my --args --here"
```
A. Vim provides several built-in commands for this. See `:help :lnext` and
`:help :lprevious`.
See `:help syntastic-checker-options` for more information.
If you use these commands a lot then you may want to add shortcut mappings to
your `vimrc`, or install something like [unimpaired][unimpaired], which provides such
mappings (among other things).
<a name="faqcheckers"></a>
<a name="faqbdelete"></a>
__4.11. Q. Syntastic supports several checkers for my filetype - how do I tell it
which one(s) to use?__
__4.7. Q. The error window is closed automatically when I `:quit` the current buffer
but not when I `:bdelete` it?__
A. Stick a line like this in your `vimrc`:
A. There is no safe way to handle that situation automatically, but you can
work around it:
```vim
let g:syntastic_<filetype>_checkers = ['<checker-name>']
nnoremap <silent> <C-d> :lclose<CR>:bdelete<CR>
cabbrev <silent> bd <C-r>=(getcmdtype()==#':' && getcmdpos()==1 ? 'lclose\|bdelete' : 'bd')<CR>
```
To see the list of supported checkers for your filetype read the
[manual][checkers] (`:help syntastic-checkers` in Vim).
<a name="faqconfig"></a>
e.g. Python has the following checkers, among others: `flake8`, `pyflakes`,
`pylint` and a native `python` checker.
__4.8. My favourite checker needs to load a configuration file from the
project's root rather than the current directory...__
To tell syntastic to use `pylint`, you would use this setting:
```vim
let g:syntastic_python_checkers = ['pylint']
```
A. You can set up an `autocmd` to search for the configuration file in the
current directory and upwards, and add it to the checker's options when found.
For example for `jscs`:
Checkers can be chained together like this:
```vim
let g:syntastic_php_checkers = ['php', 'phpcs', 'phpmd']
```
This is telling syntastic to run the `php` checker first, and if no errors are
found, run `phpcs`, and then `phpmd`.
You can also run checkers explicitly by calling `:SyntasticCheck <checker>`.
function! FindConfig(prefix, what, where)
let cfg = findfile(a:what, escape(a:where, ' ') . ';')
return cfg !=# '' ? ' ' . a:prefix . ' ' . shellescape(cfg) : ''
endfunction
e.g. to run `phpcs` and `phpmd`:
```vim
:SyntasticCheck phpcs phpmd
autocmd FileType javascript let b:syntastic_javascript_jscs_args =
\ get(g:, 'syntastic_javascript_jscs_args', '') .
\ FindConfig('-c', '.jscsrc', expand('<afile>:p:h', 1))
```
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
filetype of the current file is `php`).
<a name="faqstyle"></a>
__4.12. Q. What is the difference between syntax checkers and style checkers?__
__4.9. 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
@ -402,13 +373,13 @@ 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
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
Generally 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
@ -418,63 +389,77 @@ e.g. To disable all style messages:
```vim
let g:syntastic_quiet_messages = { "type": "style" }
```
See `:help syntastic_quiet_messages` for details.
See `:help syntastic_quiet_messages` for more information.
<a name="faqaggregate"></a>
__4.13. Q. I have enabled multiple checkers for the current filetype. How can I
display all errors from all checkers together?__
<a name="faqpython"></a>
A. Set `g:syntastic_aggregate_errors` to 1 in your `vimrc`:
```vim
let g:syntastic_aggregate_errors = 1
```
__4.10. Q. How can I check scripts written for different versions of Python?__
See `:help syntastic-aggregating-errors` for more details.
A. Install a Python version manager such as [virtualenv][virtualenv]
or [pyenv][pyenv], activate the environment for the relevant version
of Python, and install in it the checkers you want to use. Set
`g:syntastic_python_checkers` accordingly in your `vimrc`, and run [Vim][vim]
from the virtual environment.
<a name="faqlnext"></a>
If you're starting Vim from a desktop manager rather than from a terminal you
might need to write wrapper scripts around your checkers, to activate the
virtual environment before running the actual checks. Then you'll need to
point the relevant `g:syntastic_python_<checker>_exec` variables to the wrapper
scripts.
__4.14. Q. How can I jump between the different errors without using the location
list at the bottom of the window?__
<a name="faqruby"></a>
A. Vim provides several built-in commands for this. See `:help :lnext` and
`:help :lprevious`.
__4.11. Q. How can I check scripts written for different versions of Ruby?__
If you use these commands a lot then you may want to add shortcut mappings to
your `vimrc`, or install something like [unimpaired][unimpaired], which provides such
mappings (among other things).
A. Install a Ruby version manager such as [rvm][rvm] or [rbenv][rbenv],
activate the environment for the relevant version of Ruby, and install in it
the checkers you want to use. Set `g:syntastic_ruby_checkers` accordingly in
your `vimrc`, and run [Vim][vim] from the virtual environment.
<a name="faqconfig"></a>
If you're starting Vim from a desktop manager rather than from a terminal you
might need to write wrapper scripts around your checkers, to activate the
virtual environment before running the actual checks. Then you'll need to
point the relevant `g:syntastic_ruby_<checker>_exec` variables to the wrapper
scripts.
__4.15. My favourite checker needs to load a configuration file from the
project's root rather than the current directory...__
<a name="faqperl"></a>
A. You can set up an `autocmd` to search for the configuration file in the
current directory and upwards, and add it to the checker's options when found.
For example for `jscs`:
__4.12. Q. The `perl` checker has stopped working...__
A. The `perl` checker runs `perl -c` against your file, which in turn
__executes__ any `BEGIN`, `UNITCHECK`, and `CHECK` blocks, and any `use`
statements in your file (cf. [perlrun][perlrun]). This is probably fine if you
wrote the file yourself, but it's a security problem if you're checking
third-party files. Since there is currently no way to disable this behaviour
while still producing useful results, the checker is now disabled by default.
To (re-)enable it, make sure the `g:syntastic_perl_checkers` list includes
`perl`, and set `g:syntastic_enable_perl_checker` to 1 in your `vimrc`:
```vim
function! FindConfig(prefix, what, where)
let cfg = findfile(a:what, escape(a:where, ' ') . ';')
return cfg !=# '' ? ' ' . a:prefix . ' ' . shellescape(cfg) : ''
endfunction
autocmd FileType javascript let b:syntastic_javascript_jscs_args =
\ get(g:, 'syntastic_javascript_jscs_args', '') .
\ FindConfig('-c', '.jscsrc', expand('<afile>:p:h', 1))
let g:syntastic_enable_perl_checker = 1
```
<a name="faqbdelete"></a>
__4.16. Q. The error window is closed automatically when I :quit the current buffer
but not when I :bdelete it?__
<a name="faqrust"></a>
A. There is no safe way to handle that situation automatically, but you can
work around it:
__4.13. Q. What happened to the `rustc` checker?__
```vim
nnoremap <silent> <C-d> :lclose<CR>:bdelete<CR>
cabbrev <silent> bd <C-r>=(getcmdtype()==#':' && getcmdpos()==1 ? 'lclose\|bdelete' : 'bd')<CR>
```
A. It is now part of the [rust.vim][rust] plugin. If you install this plugin the
checker should be picked up automatically by syntastic.
<a name="faqtsc"></a>
__4.14. Q. What happened to the `tsc` checker?__
A. It didn't meet people's expectations and it has been removed. The plugin
[tsuquyomi][tsuquyomi] comes packaged with a checker for TypeScript. If you
install this plugin the checker should be picked up automatically by syntastic.
<a name="faqxcrun"></a>
__4.15. Q. What happened to the `xcrun` checker?__
A. The `xcrun` checker used to have a security problem and it has been removed.
A better checker for __Swift__ is part of the [vim-swift][swift] plugin. If you
install this plugin the checker should be picked up automatically by syntastic.
<a name="otherresources"></a>
@ -517,8 +502,6 @@ a look at [ghcmod-vim][ghcmod], [jedi-vim][jedi], [python-mode][python_mode], [v
[rvm]: https://rvm.io/
[stack_overflow]: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/syntastic
[swift]: https://github.com/kballard/vim-swift
[tidy]: http://www.htacg.org/tidy-html5/
[tidy_old]: http://tidy.sourceforge.net/
[tsuquyomi]: https://github.com/Quramy/tsuquyomi/
[unimpaired]: https://github.com/tpope/vim-unimpaired
[vam]: https://github.com/MarcWeber/vim-addon-manager

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@ -271,6 +271,36 @@ function! syntastic#util#findGlobInParent(what, where) abort " {{{2
return ''
endfunction " }}}2
" Returns the buffer number of a filename
" @vimlint(EVL104, 1, l:old_shellslash)
function! syntastic#util#fname2buf(fname) abort " {{{2
if exists('+shellslash')
" bufnr() can't cope with backslashes
let old_shellslash = &shellslash
let &shellslash = 1
endif
" this is a best-effort attempt to escape file patterns (cf. :h file-pattern)
" XXX it fails for filenames containing something like \{2,3}
for md in [':~:.', ':~', ':p']
let buf = bufnr('^' . escape(fnamemodify(a:fname, md), '\*?,{}[') . '$')
if buf != -1
break
endif
endfor
if buf == -1
" XXX definitely wrong, but hope is the last thing to die :)
let buf = bufnr(fnamemodify(a:fname, ':p'))
endif
if exists('+shellslash')
let &shellslash = old_shellslash
endif
return buf
endfunction " }}}2
" @vimlint(EVL104, 0, l:old_shellslash)
" Returns unique elements in a list
function! syntastic#util#unique(list) abort " {{{2
let seen = {}
@ -342,10 +372,8 @@ function! syntastic#util#stamp() abort " {{{2
return split( split(reltimestr(reltime(g:_SYNTASTIC_START)))[0], '\.' )
endfunction " }}}2
function! syntastic#util#setChangedtick() abort " {{{2
unlockvar! b:syntastic_changedtick
let b:syntastic_changedtick = b:changedtick
lockvar! b:syntastic_changedtick
function! syntastic#util#setLastTick(buf) abort " {{{2