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  1. 4
      README.md
  2. 3
      sources_non_forked/ale/ale_linters/ansible/ansible_lint.vim
  3. 46
      sources_non_forked/ale/ale_linters/thrift/thriftcheck.vim
  4. 1
      sources_non_forked/ale/doc/ale-supported-languages-and-tools.txt
  5. 19
      sources_non_forked/ale/doc/ale-thrift.txt
  6. 3
      sources_non_forked/ale/doc/ale.txt
  7. 3
      sources_non_forked/ale/supported-tools.md
  8. 9
      sources_non_forked/rust.vim/autoload/rustfmt.vim
  9. 13
      sources_non_forked/tlib/.gitignore
  10. 909
      sources_non_forked/tlib/CHANGES.TXT
  11. 674
      sources_non_forked/tlib/LICENSE.TXT
  12. 9
      sources_non_forked/tlib/addon-info.json
  13. 12
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tinykeymap/map/para_move.vim
  14. 9
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/Filter_cnf.vim
  15. 484
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/World.vim
  16. 186
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/agent.vim
  17. 74
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/arg.vim
  18. 8
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/assert.vim
  19. 66
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/buffer.vim
  20. 250
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/cache.vim
  21. 58
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/date.vim
  22. 38
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/dictionary.vim
  23. 8
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/dir.vim
  24. 226
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/file.vim
  25. 306
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/input.vim
  26. 59
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/list.vim
  27. 18
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/notify.vim
  28. 13
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/number.vim
  29. 15
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/persistent.vim
  30. 53
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/progressbar.vim
  31. 31
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/qfl.vim
  32. 10
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/rx.vim
  33. 40
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/selection.vim
  34. 62
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/string.vim
  35. 25
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/sys.vim
  36. 15
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/tag.vim
  37. 19
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/time.vim
  38. 139
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/trace.vim
  39. 117
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/type.vim
  40. 11
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/var.vim
  41. 117
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/vcs.vim
  42. 71
      sources_non_forked/tlib/autoload/tlib/win.vim
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      sources_non_forked/tlib/doc/tags
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      sources_non_forked/tlib/doc/tlib.txt
  45. 30
      sources_non_forked/tlib/etc/tpl_tlib.txt
  46. 38
      sources_non_forked/tlib/macros/tlib.vim
  47. 40
      sources_non_forked/tlib/plugin/02tlib.vim
  48. 50
      sources_non_forked/tlib/samples/tlib/input/tlib_input_list.vim
  49. 67
      sources_non_forked/tlib/scripts/create_crc_table.rb
  50. 66
      sources_non_forked/tlib/spec/tlib/arg.vim
  51. 61
      sources_non_forked/tlib/spec/tlib/date.vim
  52. 28
      sources_non_forked/tlib/spec/tlib/dictionary.vim
  53. 27
      sources_non_forked/tlib/spec/tlib/eval.vim
  54. 59
      sources_non_forked/tlib/spec/tlib/file.vim
  55. 58
      sources_non_forked/tlib/spec/tlib/hash.vim
  56. 127
      sources_non_forked/tlib/spec/tlib/input.vim
  57. 67
      sources_non_forked/tlib/spec/tlib/list.vim
  58. 27
      sources_non_forked/tlib/spec/tlib/rx.vim
  59. 29
      sources_non_forked/tlib/spec/tlib/string.vim
  60. 23
      sources_non_forked/tlib/spec/tlib/url.vim
  61. 37
      sources_non_forked/tlib/spec/tlib/var.vim
  62. 19
      sources_non_forked/vim-fugitive/autoload/fugitive.vim
  63. 3
      sources_non_forked/vim-fugitive/plugin/fugitive.vim

4
README.md

@ -113,8 +113,8 @@ I recommend reading the docs of these plugins to understand them better. Each pl
## Included color schemes
* [dracula](https://github.com/dracula/vim): The default
* [peaksea](https://github.com/vim-scripts/peaksea)
* [peaksea](https://github.com/vim-scripts/peaksea): The default
* [dracula](https://github.com/dracula/vim)
* [vim-colors-solarized](https://github.com/altercation/vim-colors-solarized)
* [vim-irblack](https://github.com/wgibbs/vim-irblack)
* [mayansmoke](https://github.com/vim-scripts/mayansmoke)

3
sources_non_forked/ale/ale_linters/ansible/ansible_lint.vim

@ -73,7 +73,7 @@ endfunction
function! ale_linters#ansible#ansible_lint#GetCommand(buffer, version) abort
let l:commands = {
\ '>=5.0.0': '%e --nocolor --parseable-severity -x yaml -',
\ '>=5.0.0': '%e --nocolor --parseable-severity -x yaml %s',
\ '<5.0.0': '%e --nocolor -p %t'
\}
let l:command = ale#semver#GTE(a:version, [5, 0]) ? l:commands['>=5.0.0'] : l:commands['<5.0.0']
@ -91,6 +91,7 @@ call ale#linter#Define('ansible', {
\ '%e --version',
\ function('ale_linters#ansible#ansible_lint#GetCommand'),
\ )},
\ 'lint_file': 1,
\ 'callback': {buffer, lines -> ale#semver#RunWithVersionCheck(
\ buffer,
\ ale_linters#ansible#ansible_lint#GetExecutable(buffer),

46
sources_non_forked/ale/ale_linters/thrift/thriftcheck.vim

@ -0,0 +1,46 @@
" Author: Jon Parise <jon@indelible.org>
call ale#Set('thrift_thriftcheck_executable', 'thriftcheck')
call ale#Set('thrift_thriftcheck_options', '')
function! ale_linters#thrift#thriftcheck#GetCommand(buffer) abort
return '%e'
\ . ale#Pad(ale#Var(a:buffer, 'thrift_thriftcheck_options'))
\ . ' --stdin-filename %s'
\ . ' %t'
endfunction
function! ale_linters#thrift#thriftcheck#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
" Matches lines like the following:
"
" file.thrift:1:1:error: "py" namespace must match "^idl\\." (namespace.pattern)
" file.thrift:3:5:warning: 64-bit integer constant -2147483649 may not work in all languages (int.64bit)
let l:pattern = '\v^[a-zA-Z]?:?[^:]+:(\d+):(\d+):(\l+): (.*) \((.*)\)$'
let l:output = []
for l:match in ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:pattern)
if l:match[3] is# 'warning'
let l:type = 'W'
else
let l:type = 'E'
endif
call add(l:output, {
\ 'lnum': l:match[1] + 0,
\ 'col': l:match[2] + 0,
\ 'type': l:type,
\ 'text': l:match[4],
\ 'code': l:match[5],
\})
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('thrift', {
\ 'name': 'thriftcheck',
\ 'executable': {b -> ale#Var(b, 'thrift_thriftcheck_executable')},
\ 'command': function('ale_linters#thrift#thriftcheck#GetCommand'),
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#thrift#thriftcheck#Handle',
\})

1
sources_non_forked/ale/doc/ale-supported-languages-and-tools.txt

@ -533,6 +533,7 @@ Notes:
* `write-good`
* Thrift
* `thrift`
* `thriftcheck`
* TypeScript
* `deno`
* `eslint`

19
sources_non_forked/ale/doc/ale-thrift.txt

@ -42,5 +42,24 @@ g:ale_thrift_thrift_options *g:ale_thrift_thrift_options*
This variable can be changed to customize the additional command-line
arguments that are passed to the thrift compiler.
===============================================================================
thriftcheck *ale-thrift-thriftcheck*
g:ale_thrift_thriftcheck_executable *g:ale_thrift_thriftcheck_executable*
*b:ale_thrift_thriftcheck_executable*
Type: |String|
Default: `'thriftcheck'`
See |ale-integrations-local-executables|
g:ale_thrift_thriftcheck_options *g:ale_thrift_thriftcheck_options*
*b:ale_thrift_thriftcheck_options*
Type: |String|
Default: `''`
This variable can be changed to customize the additional command-line
arguments that are passed to thriftcheck.
===============================================================================
vim:tw=78:ts=2:sts=2:sw=2:ft=help:norl:

3
sources_non_forked/ale/doc/ale.txt

@ -460,7 +460,7 @@ integration should not be combined with ALE's own implementation.
ALE additionally integrates with asyncomplete.vim for offering automatic
completion data. ALE's asyncomplete source requires registration and should
use the defaults provided by the|asyncomplete#sources#ale#get_source_options| function >
use the defaults provided by the |asyncomplete#sources#ale#get_source_options| function >
" Use ALE's function for asyncomplete defaults
au User asyncomplete_setup call asyncomplete#register_source(asyncomplete#sources#ale#get_source_options({
@ -3053,6 +3053,7 @@ documented in additional help files.
write-good............................|ale-text-write-good|
thrift..................................|ale-thrift-options|
thrift................................|ale-thrift-thrift|
thriftcheck...........................|ale-thrift-thriftcheck|
typescript..............................|ale-typescript-options|
deno..................................|ale-typescript-deno|
eslint................................|ale-typescript-eslint|

3
sources_non_forked/ale/supported-tools.md

@ -270,7 +270,7 @@ formatting.
* JSON
* [fixjson](https://github.com/rhysd/fixjson)
* [jq](https://stedolan.github.io/jq/)
* [jsonlint](http://zaa.ch/jsonlint/)
* [jsonlint](https://github.com/zaach/jsonlint)
* [prettier](https://github.com/prettier/prettier)
* [spectral](https://github.com/stoplightio/spectral)
* Julia
@ -542,6 +542,7 @@ formatting.
* [write-good](https://github.com/btford/write-good) :warning:
* Thrift
* [thrift](http://thrift.apache.org/)
* [thriftcheck](https://github.com/pinterest/thriftcheck)
* TypeScript
* [deno](https://deno.land/)
* [eslint](http://eslint.org/)

9
sources_non_forked/rust.vim/autoload/rustfmt.vim

@ -157,7 +157,14 @@ function! s:RunRustfmt(command, tmpname, from_writepre)
endif
call s:DeleteLines(len(l:content), line('$'))
call setline(1, l:content)
if has('nvim') && exists('*nvim_buf_set_lines')
" setline() gets called for every item on the array,
" this results on the neovim buffer callbacks being called n times,
" using nvim_buf_set_lines() makes the change in one call.
call nvim_buf_set_lines(0, 0, -1, v:true, l:content)
else
call setline(1, l:content)
endif
" only clear location list if it was previously filled to prevent
" clobbering other additions

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sources_non_forked/tlib/.gitignore

@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
tags
!doc/tags
Makefile
TODO.TXT
TODO_archived.viki
*.vba
*.vmb
*.zip
.last_*
test
test_*
tmp
var

909
sources_non_forked/tlib/CHANGES.TXT

@ -0,0 +1,909 @@
0.1
Initial release
0.2
- More list convenience functions
- tlib#EditList()
- tlib#InputList(): properly handle duplicate items; it type contains
'i', the list index + 1 is returned, not the element
0.3
- tlib#InputList(): Show feedback in statusline instead of the echo area
- tlib#GetVar(), tlib#GetValue()
0.4
- tlib#InputList(): Up/Down keys wrap around list
- tlib#InputList(): FIX: Problem when reducing the filter & using AND
- tlib#InputList(): Made <a-numeric> work (can be configured via
- tlib#InputList(): special display_format: "filename"
- tlib#Object: experimental support for some kind of OOP
- tlib#World: Extracted some functions from tlib.vim to tlib/World.vim
- tlib#FileJoin(), tlib#FileSplit(), tlib#RelativeFilename()
- tlib#Let()
- tlib#EnsureDirectoryExists(dir)
- tlib#DirName(dir)
- tlib#DecodeURL(url), tlib#EncodeChar(char), tlib#EncodeURL(url)
- FIX: Problem when using shift-up/down with filtered lists
0.5
- tlib#InputList(): FIX: Selecting items in filtered view
- tlib#InputList(): <c-bs>: Remove last AND pattern from filter
0.6
- tlib#InputList(): Disabled <c-space> map
- tlib#InputList(): try to be smart about user itentions only if a
list's length is < g:tlib_sortprefs_threshold (default: 200)
- tlib#Object: Super() method
- tlib#MyRuntimeDir()
- tlib#GetCacheName(), tlib#CacheSave(), tlib#CacheGet()
- tlib#Args(), tlib#GetArg()
- FIX: tlib#InputList(): Display problem with first item
0.7
- tlib#InputList(): <c-z> ... Suspend/Resume input
- tlib#InputList(): <c-q> ... Input text on the command line (useful on
slow systems when working with very large lists)
- tlib#InputList(): AND-pattern starting with '!' will work as 'exclude
matches'
- tlib#InputList(): FIX <c-bs> pop OR-patterns properly
- tlib#InputList(): display_format == filename: don't add '/' to
directory names (avoid filesystem access)
0.8
- FIX: Return empty cache name for buffers that have no files attached to it
- Some re-arranging
0.9
- Re-arrangements & modularization (this means many function names have
changed, on the other hand only those functions are loaded that are
actually needed)
- tlib#input#List(): Added maps with m-modifiers for <c-q>, <c-z>, <c-a>
- tlib#input#List(): Make sure &fdm is manual
- tlib#input#List(): When exiting the list view, consume the next 5
characters in the queue (if any)
- tlib#input#EditList(): Now has cut, copy, paste functionality.
- Added documentation and examples
0.10
- tlib#input#List(): (v)split type of commands leave the original window
untouched (you may use <c-w> to replace its contents)
- tlib#file#With(): Check whether an existing buffer is loaded.
- Scratch related functions went to tlib/scratch.vim so that they are
accessible from other scripts.
- Configure the list window height via g:tlib_inputlist_pct (1..100%)
0.11
NEW:
- The :TLet command replaces :TLLet (which was removed)
- :TScratch[!] command (with ! don't split but use the whole window)
- tlib#rx#Escape(text, ?magic='m')
- tlib#buffer#GetList(?show_hidden=0)
- tlib#dir#CD(), tlib#dir#Push(), tlib#dir#Pop()
- tlib#input#ListW: A slightly remodeled version of tlib#input#List
that takes a World as second argument.
- Added some documentation doc/tlib.txt (most of it is automatically
compiled from the source files)
CHANGES:
- tlib#input#List(): The default keys for AND, NOT have changed to
be more Google-like (space, minus); the keys can be configured via
global variables.
IMPROVEMENTS:
- In file listings, indicate if a file is loaded, listed, modified
etc.
- tlib#input#List(): Highlight the filter pattern
- tlib#input#List(): <c-up/down> scrolls g:tlib_scroll_lines
(default=10) lines
FIXES:
- tlib#input#List(): Centering line, clear match, clear & restore
the search register
- tlib#input#List(): Ensure the window layout doesn't change (if the
number of windows hasn't changed)
- tlib#arg#Ex(): Don't escape backslashes by default
0.12
NEW:
- tlib/tab.vim
CHANGES:
- Renamed tlib#win#SetWin() to tlib#win#Set()
IMPROVEMENTS:
- tlib#input#List(): <left>, <right> keys work in some lists
- tlib#input#List(): If an index_table is provided this will be used
instead of the item's list index.
FIXES:
- tlib#input#List(): Problem with scrolling, when the list was
shorter than the window (eg when using a vertical window).
- tlib#cache#Filename(): Don't rewrite name as relative filename if
explicitly given as argument. Avoid double (back)slashes.
- TLet: simplified
0.13
CHANGES:
- Scratch: Set &fdc=0.
- The cache directory can be configured via g:tlib_cache
- Renamed tlib#buffer#SetBuffer() to tlib#buffer#Set().
FIXES:
- tlib#input#List(): Select the active item per mouse.
- TLet: simplified
0.14
NEW:
- tlib#buffer#InsertText()
CHANGES:
- tlib#win#[SG]etLayout(): Use a dictionnary, set &cmdheight.
FIXES:
- Wrong order with pre-defined filters.
0.15
NEW:
- tlib#string#TrimLeft(), tlib#string#TrimRight(), tlib#string#Strip()
- Progress bar
0.16
NEW:
- tlib#string#Printf1()
0.17
NEW:
- TBrowseOutput
- Some minor changes
0.18
NEW:
- tlib/time.vim
- g:tlib_inputlist_livesearch_threshold
CHANGES:
- tlib#input#ListD(), World: Don't redisplay the list while typing
new letters; calculate filter regexps only once before filtering the
list.
- World.vim: Minor changes to how filenames are handled.
0.19
NEW:
- tag.vim
FIX:
- dir.vim: Use plain dir name in tlib#dir#Ensure()
- tlib#input#List(): An initial filter argument creates [[filter]]
and not as before [[''], [filter]].
- tlib#input#List(): When type was "si" and the item was picked by
filter, the wrong index was returned.
- tlib#input#List(): Don't check if chars are typed when displaying
the list for the first time.
0.20
- The arguments of tlib#tag#Collect() have changed.
- tlib#input#List(): The view can be "suspended" on initial display.
- tlib#input#List(): Follow/trace cursor functionality
0.21
- tlib#buffer#InsertText(): Respect tabs and (experimental) formatoptions+=or
- tlib/syntax.vim: Syntax-related functions
0.22
- FIX: very magic mode for tlib#rx#Escape() (thanks A Politz)
- FIX: tlib#arg#Ex: escape "!"
0.23
- Respect the setting of g:tlib_inputlist_filename_indicators
- tlib#input#List(): Reset syntax on resume; option to make list window "sticky"
- tlib#agent#ToggleStickyList()
- Simplified tlib#url#Decode()
- tlib#arg#Ex(): use fnameescape() if available
0.24
- s:prototype.SetInitialFilter: accept list as argument
- Maintain buffer MRU if required
0.25
- NEW: tlib#notify#TrimMessage(): trim message to prevent "Press ENTER"
messages (contributed by Erik Falor)
- NEW: tlib#notify#Echo()
- FIX: World.CloseScratch(): Set window
- FIX: tlib#input#ListW(): Set initial_display = 1 on reset
0.26
- NEW: tlib#normal#WithRegister()
- FIX: Try not to change numbered registers
0.27
- FIX: Cosmetic bug, wrong packaging (thanks Nathan Neff)
- Meaning of World#filter_format changed; new World#filter_options
- Filtering didn't work as advertised
- tlib#string#Count()
0.28
- tlib#input#List():
-- Improved handling of sticky lists; <cr> and <Leftmouse> resume a
suspended list and immediately selects the item under the cursor
-- Experimental "seq" matching style: the conjunctions are sequentially
ordered, they are combined with "OR" (disjunctions), the regexp is
'magic', and "." is expanded to '.\{-}'
-- Experimental "cnfd" matching style: Same as cnf but with an "elastic"
dot "." that matches '\.\{-}'
-- Filtering acts as if &ic=1 && $sc=1
-- Weighting is done by the filter
- tlib#agent#Input(): Consume <esc> when aborting input()
- INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE: Changed eligible values of g:tlib_inputlist_match
to "cnf", "cnfd", "seq" and "fuzzy"
- NEW: tlib#buffer#KeepCursorPosition()
- tlib#buffer#InsertText(): Take care of the extra line when appending
text to an empty buffer.
0.29
- tlib#string#Strip(): Strip also control characters (newlines etc.)
- tlib#rx#Suffixes(): 'suffixes' as Regexp
- World#RestoreOrigin(): Don't assume &splitbelow
0.30
- World#RestoreOrigin(): Don't assume &splitright
0.31
- :TRequire command
-tlib#input#List: For i-type list views, make sure agents are called
with the base indices.
0.32
- tlib#agent#Exit: explicitly return empty value (as a consequence,
pressing <esc> when browsing an index-list, returns 0 and not "")
- tlib#signs
- tlib#input#List: set local statusline
0.33
- Don't reset statusline
- Don't use fnamemodify() to split filenames (for performance reasons)
- scratch: Set ft after setting up scratch options
- tlib#map#PumAccept(key)
0.34
- tlib#buffer#HighlightLine(line): call tlib#autocmdgroup#Init()
(reported by Sergey Khorev)
0.35
- tlib#input#EditList(): return the list if the user presses esc
0.36
- Display a message when the filter is for whatever reason invalid
- Removed tlib#paragraph#Delete()
- New: tlib#paragraph#Define(), tlib#textobjects#StandardParagraph()
- Try to speed up list display (a rewrite of World.DisplayList() etc. is
required)
0.37
- g:tlib_inputlist_livesearch_threshold defaults to 1000
- tlib#World: optional scratch_pos field
- tlib#input#List: By default <m-NUMBER> selects by number but NUMBER is
interpreted as string
- tlib#date
- TTimeCommand
0.38
- tlib#World#Resize: set winfix{height|width}
0.39
- g:tlib#cache#dont_purge
- tlib#vim#RestoreWindow()
- tlib#ballon#...()
0.40
- tlib#agent#ViewFile: Use split/sbuffer if nohidden && modified
- tlib#buffer#GetList(): order by "basename"
version: "0.41"
- World.UseScratch(): keepalt
- Really include balloon.vim
MD5 checksum: 3fcbc4f7556f5378d39622e62ab8f379
version: "0.42"
- tlib#input#List: <s-space> inserts a *-like wildcard (represented as "__")
- Check if a cache file cannot be created because a directory of the same name exists (display a message if so)
- tlib#cache#Filename: Removed check if a directory of the same name exists (due to inconsistent use)
- Minor improvements related to buffer handling (scratch_split)
- .gitignore
- docs (thanks to blueyed)
- There is no "edit" answer possibility.
- Fix first purge: do nothing if no timestamp file.
- g:tlib_pick_single_item
- Removed pick_single_item. Changed the default behavour when a list has only 1 item. See doc for g:tlib_pick_last_item.
- Updated help for tlib#input#List(); help_extra attribute
- EXPERIMENTAL: cache_var, restore_from_cache, on_leave properties; #Initialize(), #Leave()
- added tlib#cmd#BrowseOutputWithCallback function and :TBrowseScriptnames command
- tlib#cmd#BrowseOutputWithCallback function and :TBrowseScriptnames command documentation
- s:prototype.Initialize(): unlet self.cache_var after restoring values
- tlib#input#List: filter-specific help
- Removed the seq filter (use cnfd or fuzzy instead)
- tlib#input#List: temp_prompt (for help message)
MD5 checksum: aa8b5a4602235cc1a5bc9ee45d801b81
version: "0.42"
- g:tlib#cache#silent: don't display messages when purging the cache (fixes #9)
- Changed message when deleting directories in the cache.
- g:tlib#input#use_popup: Don't rely on has('menu') but also check for gtk & win gui (fixes #10)
- debug
- tlib#input#ListW(): Didn't return a list when type == "m"
- docs (solves #11)
MD5 checksum: aa8b5a4602235cc1a5bc9ee45d801b81
version: "0.45"
- fuzzy mode: prototype.highlight defaults to g:tlib_inputlist_higroup
- tlib#scratch: Use noautocmd
- tlib#input#ListW(): Use world.RestoreOrigin() instead of tlib#win#SetLayout(world.winview)
- tlib#input#ListW(): Revert to tlib#win#SetLayout(world.winview)
- tlib#cmd#OutputAsList(): Also save output in g:tlib#cmd#last_output
- tlib#agent#Suspend(): Resume on BufEnter
- tlib#input#Resume(): Make sure we are in the right buffer
- tlib#agent#Suspend(): Use only BufEnter event to trigger a Resume
- tlib#input#ListW(): When redisplaying a list, make sure prefix > 0
- tlib#vcs: Access vcs (initially only git is supported)
- tlib#vcs: improved
- tlib#persistent: Persistent data file names
- tlib#file#With(): Trigger BufRead autocommands
- Duplicate help tags (fixes #13)
- Make sure scrolloff is 0 while viewing the list (fixes https://github.com/tomtom/vikitasks_vim/issues/2)
MD5 checksum: 0af19ebc0e424727a598a988fdc90f4e
- Support for tinykeymap (move paragraph)
- Moved para_move to autoload/tinykeymap/map
- tlib#vcs: some "diff" commands were defined as "ls"; updated hg def; %s is optional
MD5 checksum: f2f2fe0893e75bb9423c1ddcd01f38f6
version: "0.46"
- tlib#input#List: optimizations
- Prepare for multi-mode maps
- tlib#input#List: cnfx is new default filter
- Filters: minor changes to how the pattern is displayed
- g:tlib#input#format_filename: alternative method for formatting filenames
- tlib#input#List: allow multiple keymaps / modes
- Handle rezise events
- Don't initialize the same window twice
- Minor optimizations to how help is displayed
- Handle VimResize event per buffer
- Improve display of filenames & highlighting
- Filename highlighter: set Highlight_filename()
- RunStateHandlers(): set world variable
- Optimize help display
MD5 checksum: e3652927722bdc51935eb1a04238546b
version: "1.00"
- Set g:tlib_inputlist_and to ' ' again
- g:tlib#input#filename_max_width: maximum display width of filenames
- tlib#input#List: <s-esc>, <f10>: run command by name
MD5 checksum: a42f90275cdbe9f7d92cac61b884a2d1
version: "1.01"
- #UseInputListScratch(): Make sure the TLib autogroup was created (fixes #14)
MD5 checksum: 5a6da7fc99c7fc7584e8fc2f7bf86fe4
version: "1.02"
- tlib#cache#Value(cfile, generator, ftime, ...): cache value & check timestamp
- Replaced g:tlib#cache#silent with g:tlib#cache#verbosity
- FormatFilenames: improved handling of utf8 characters
- tlib#persistent#Value()
- tlib#input#List: Allow filename indiactors defined by the caller
- Custom filename_indicators are displayed after (and clearly separted from) the standard indicators
- Check the return value of an unknown_key agent
- Format filename = "l": Allow ".." as start of a directory name
- Format filename = "l": If the filename is just a filename's tail, display it on both sides
- Set g:tlib_filename_sep to "\" on Windows (again)
- g:tlib#cache#max_filename: If the cache filename is longer than N characters, use |pathshorten()|.
MD5 checksum: b64ce6764f39f40bfc95f3916bbb0057
version: "1.04"
version: "1.05"
- tlib#hash: Adler32 & CRC32 (using zlib via ruby) algorithms
- tlib#cache#Filename(): If the cache filename is too long, add the Adler32 checksum to the shortened path
- tlib#cache#Filename(): Use tlib#hash#Adler32() only if the or() function exists
- tlib#hash#Adler32(): Raise error, if or() doesn't exist
- tlib#hash#CRC32(): Alternative implementation of crc32 (doesn't work yet, thus currently disabled)
- tlib#bitwise: Bitwise operations for older versions of vim
- tlib#number: Base conversion
- tlib#input#ListW(): Handle mouse clicks more correctly
- tlib#bitwise#Num2Bits(): Supports returning floats
- tlib#hash#CRC32(): Alternative implementation of crc32 (doesn't work yet)
- tlib#hash#CRC32(): Re-enable ruby version
- tlib#hash#CRC32B(): Implementation of CRC32B checksum in vimscript (used only if +ruby isn't available)
- tlib#hash#CRC32B(): vim version: cache the crc table
- tlib#cache#Filename(): Use tlib#hash#CRC32B(file) instead of not Adler32 for filenames too long
- tlib#hash#CRC32B(): ruby version: return upper case hex value
- g:tlib#hash#use_crc32: define which crc32b version should be used
- Moved spec files from vimtlib to tlib_vim
- tlib#bitwise#Add() and tlib#bitwise#Sub()
- tlib#file#Relative(): Wrong results for filenames that don't exist
- Implementation of hash#Adler32 for earlier vim versions; g:tlib#hash#use_adler32
- tlib#cache#Filename(): Use adler32 again
- addon-info
- tlib#file#Absolute(): remove redundant "." parts in full filename
- win32: Fix moving window when using :vertical for tlib#inpu#List()
- tlib#cache#Filename(): Don't create wrong directory if the cache filename is too long
- tlib#file#Join(): if strip_slashes, also strip redundant (back)slashes
- tlib#input#ListW(): Always set post_keys variable
- tlib#file#With(): escape backslashes
- tlib#cmd#OutputAsList(): Support for nesting
- tlib#dir#NativeName(dirname)
MD5 checksum: 493f9beca44374de386f20d1613155e3
- Rename g:tlib_debug to g:tlib#debug
- Renamed g:tlib_sortprefs_threshold to g:tlib#input#sortprefs_threshold
- Renamed g:tlib#input#livesearch_threshold
- Renamed g:tlib_inputlist_match to g:tlib#input#filter_mode
- Renamed g:tlib_inputlist_higroup to g:tlib#input#higroup
- Renamed g:tlib#debug
- Moved g:tlib_pick_last_item
- Renamed g:tlib#input#and, g:tlib#input#or, g:tlib#input#not
- Moved g:tlib_numeric_chars to autoload/tlib/input.vim
- Renamed g:tlib#input#keyagents_InputList_s, g:tlib#input#keyagents_InputList_m, g:tlib#input#handlers_EditList
- Moved g:tlib_inputlist_pct, g:tlib_inputlist_width_filename, g:tlib_inputlist_filename_indicators, g:tlib_inputlist_shortmessage to autoload/tlib/World.vim
- Renamed tlib#input#pick_last_item (2)
- prototype.SelectItemsByNames()
- filtered_items: Restricted view
- prototype.PrintLines()
- Restricted view (2)
- Moved g:tlib_scroll_lines to autoload/tlib/agent.vim
- prototype.PrintLines() (2)
- tlib#input: Improved handling of popup menu (allows submenu)
- tlib#input: Allow mods in keys
- Moved g:tlib_scratch_pos to autoload/tlib/scratch.vim
- Moved g:tlib_tags_extra, g:tlib_tag_substitute to autoload/tlib/tag.vim
- tlib#agent#CompleteAgentNames(): Respect Arglead
- Move g:tlib_viewline_position to autoload/tlib/buffer.vim
- Move g:tlib_cache to autoload/tlib/cache.vim
- Renamed g:tlib_filename_sep to g:tlib#dir#sep
- prototype.UseScratch(): Set b:tlib_world
- tlib#input: f9 toggles resticted view
- tlib#input: next_agent, next_eval
- tlib#input: Revised use of the popup menu
- tlib#input: Disable popup menu for gui_gtk
- tlib#input: Re-enabled the popup menu for gtk gui
- tlib#input: FIX popup menu on Windows
- Renamed g:tlib_numeric_chars to g:tlib#input#numeric_chars (disabled per-buffer values) (fixes #35)
- Improve scratch list
- New: tlib#grep
- Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/bruno-/tlib_vim into pull16
- g:tlib_scratch_hidden: Configure how to "hide" the scratch buffer
- tlib#grep#Do: don't escape "*" in patterns
- Optimize use of visible scratch buffers
- World.scratch_hidden parameter
- scratch: Always use keepalt & keepjumps
MD5 checksum: 2e40449c47dc606ccef57aa0b1e22e8e
version: "1.06"
version: "1.07"
- Help template
- prototype.Highlight_filename(): Use matchstr() instead of fnamemodify()
- Display buffer-related filename indicators only if g:tlib_inputlist_filename_indicators is true
- tlib#file#Join(): strip_slashes defaults to 1
MD5 checksum: 6c8fa96fd3747be05df848ee93dd789b
version: "1.08"
- list#input: Improved support for file indicators (closes #17)
- tlib#char#Get(): Optionally, also return mod
- tlib#input#ListW: Use #DisplayFormat(world.list)
- Renamed cnfx filter to glob & minor filter-related enhancements
- list#input: Make help available as command; help cannot be called via ?
- list#input: Improved help message
- list#input: Support Home & End keys
- list#input: Added glob filter
- tlib#agent#ShowInfo: Show full filename
- tlib#cmd#BrowseOutputWithCallback: Support calling callback with multiple results
- tlib#cmd#ParseScriptname: Properly parse results from :scriptnames
- tlib#tab#Set()
- Prepare for proper handling of scratch_split == -1
- tlib#vim#CopyFunction()
- tlib#cache#Value(): If generator is empty, use the optional argument as start value
- tlib#persistent#Get() refers to tlib#cache#Get()
MD5 checksum: 459ec620168d1ae9b18c69eb3f991832
- tlib#cache#Filename(): Use sha256() for VIM >= 7.4
- tlib#cache#Value(): Undo previous hack
- tlib#list#Uniq(): option to remove empty values
- tlib#cache#MTime(); tlib#persistent#Save() calls tlib#cache#Save()
- tlib#input#ListW: Temporarily set noshowmode
- tlib#list#Uniq(): Fix handling of empty items
- lis picker: Remove <C-Space> from help
- tlib#list#Uniq(): Implementation based on syntastic#util#unique(list) by scrooloose
MD5 checksum: b5fb4107d63930c2c8b1f0f6b3a7ff07
version: "1.09"
- tlib#cache#Filename(): Use sha256() for VIM >= 7.4
- tlib#cache#Value(): Undo previous hack
- tlib#list#Uniq(): option to remove empty values
- tlib#cache#MTime(); tlib#persistent#Save() calls tlib#cache#Save()
- tlib#input#ListW: Temporarily set noshowmode
- tlib#list#Uniq(): Fix handling of empty items
- lis picker: Remove <C-Space> from help
- tlib#list#Uniq(): Implementation based on syntastic#util#unique(list) by scrooloose
MD5 checksum: b5fb4107d63930c2c8b1f0f6b3a7ff07
version: "1.09"
- tlib#string#Chomp: Optional argument: max number of chars that should be removed
MD5 checksum: 8c1b94e25045580874e2f892d509291b
version: "1.10"
- tlib#vcs#FindVCS(filename): Wrong parameters to fnamemodifiy if filename is a directory
- Some system-related functions (e.g. facilitate use of cygwin tools)
- tlib#arg#StringAsKeyArgsEqual(), tlib#arg#StringAsKeyArgs(): Support "key=val" type argument lists
- tlib#vcs#Executable()
- scripts/create_crc_table.rb
- tlib#var#Get(): For namespaces other than global, replace "#" with "_"
MD5 checksum: 4a33f2f23e1fc6600b32e7f8323e001e
version: "1.11"
- tlib#list#ToDictionary()
- tlib#dir#CanonicName(): Use tlib#file#Canonic()
- tlib#file#Canonic()
MD5 checksum: 7995ab58f31eb6673d20deab8761838e
version: "1.12"
- SetInitialFilter(): Use deepcopy()
- tlib#var#List(): use keys(namespace) for newer versions of vim
- g:tlib#input#user_shortcuts (not functional yet)
- tlib#input#List: state "picked"
- UseInputListScratch(): Allow customization via self.index_next_syntax
- tlib#cmd#Capture()
- Facilitate customization of key agents via g:tlib_extend_keyagents_InputList_s, g:tlib_extend_keyagents_InputList_m
MD5 checksum: 7dd8b17a1a5b555df979381dcbd4c9aa
version: "1.13"
- SetInitialFilter(): Use deepcopy()
- tlib#var#List(): use keys(namespace) for newer versions of vim
- g:tlib#input#user_shortcuts (not functional yet)
- tlib#input#List: state "picked"
- UseInputListScratch(): Allow customization via self.index_next_syntax
- tlib#cmd#Capture()
- Facilitate customization of key agents via g:tlib_extend_keyagents_InputList_s, g:tlib_extend_keyagents_InputList_m
MD5 checksum: 7dd8b17a1a5b555df979381dcbd4c9aa
version: "1.13"
version: "1.14"
- FIX #18: Make sure the scratch isn't readonly
- FIX: display filter (properly handle backslashes)
- Remove loaded_* guard from autoload files
- tlib#notify#Echo(): minor changes
- tlib#file#Edit() (used by tlib#agent#ViewFile)
- tlib#buffer#GetList(): Buffer numbers are converted to numbers
- tlib#sys: Change order of functions (move tlib#sys#IsCygwinBin to the (possibly FIX #19)
- g:tlib#sys#check_cygpath: Call tlib#sys#IsExecutable('cygpath', 1) (possibly FIX #19)
MD5 checksum: 2cf6386218736a2d09db43c8e751e5a4
version: "1.15"
- tlib#file#Join(): New optional argument: maybe_absolute Drop preceding parts if a part looks like an absolute filename
- tlib#sys#Open(), tlib#sys#IsSpecial() (moved from viki)
- tlib#list#Uniq(): Handle hetergenous lists
- FIX #21: duplicate help tag
- NEW tlib#dictionary#Rev()
- tlib#input#List(): Use <Tab> to complete current word
- NEW tlib#arg#GetOpts(); ENH tlib#arg#StringAsKeyArgsEqual()
- cache: Allow for in memory cache
- NEW tlib#eval#Extend()
- Move qfl/loclist browser from trag to tlib
- FIX tlib#eval#Extend()
- Simplify tlib#eval#Extend()
- World.index_next_syntax may be a dict
- tlib#qfl#QflList: Use copy()
- tlib#arg#GetOpts: Handle exit code
MD5 checksum: 13fd8b0e4ba9cd932c57fc40ac3f641f
version: "1.15"
- tlib#file#Join(): New optional argument: maybe_absolute Drop preceding parts if a part looks like an absolute filename
- tlib#sys#Open(), tlib#sys#IsSpecial() (moved from viki)
- tlib#list#Uniq(): Handle hetergenous lists
- FIX #21: duplicate help tag
- NEW tlib#dictionary#Rev()
- tlib#input#List(): Use <Tab> to complete current word
- NEW tlib#arg#GetOpts(); ENH tlib#arg#StringAsKeyArgsEqual()
- cache: Allow for in memory cache
- NEW tlib#eval#Extend()
- Move qfl/loclist browser from trag to tlib
- FIX tlib#eval#Extend()
- Simplify tlib#eval#Extend()
- World.index_next_syntax may be a dict
- tlib#qfl#QflList: Use copy()
- tlib#arg#GetOpts: Handle exit code
MD5 checksum: 13fd8b0e4ba9cd932c57fc40ac3f641f
- tlib#arg#GetOpts: Handle short options
- tlib#arg: support short flags & facilitate completion
- NEW :TLibTrace
- tlib#sys#system_browser: FIX XDG string
- NEW tlib#sys#SystemInDir() (used by tlib#vcs#Ls)
- tlib#agent#Complete: improve fltrx
- Remove tlib#arg#Key(), :TKeyArg
- Move :TRequire, :TTimeCommand to macros/tlib.vim
- NEW tlib#cmd#TBrowseScriptnames()
- TScratch: use empty('<bang>')
- NEW :TLibTrace
- tlib#qfl: FIX TTagedFilesFilename regexp
- Remove tlib#arg#Key()
- tlib#buffer#InsertText(): Don't use TKeyArg
- tlib#eval#Extend: don't assign value
- NEW :TLibTrace, tlib#trace (was tlib#debug)
- NEW tlib#string#SplitCommaList()
- NEW tlib#time#FormatNow()
- tlib#arg#GetOpts: selectively disable "long", "short" flags
- tlib#arg#CComplete(): Support values completion (complete_customlist field)
- NEW tlib#date#Shift()
- tlib#qfl#Balloon(): Handle items with no bufnr
- NEW tlib#file#Glob, tlib#file#Globpath
- tlib#progressbar#Display(): optional "always" argument
- tlib#vcs#GitLsPostprocess(): Try to handle encoded filenames from git ls-files
- tlib#vcs#GitLsPostprocess: Eval only \ddd substrings
- FIX #22: duplicate tag
- tlib#buffer: Use 2match instead of 3match (incompatibility with matchparen)
- FIX #23: duplicate help tag
- tlib#string#SplitCommaList: optional "sep" argument
- Rename TLibTrace -> Tlibtrace; NEW Tlibtraceset command
- Rename s:SetSyntax -> tlib#qfl#SetSyntax
- mv tlib#rx#Convert to incubator
MD5 checksum: f3656fb35b7b3033084d6c5e504aca61
version: "1.16"
- tlib#input#List: #ReduceFilter: make sure the regexp is valid
- TTimeCommand -> Ttimecommand
- tlib#eval#Extend: mode argument for expand() compatibility
- tlib#input#List: Key handlers can have additional arguments
- tlib#qfl#AgentWithSelected: Set world
- prototype.UseInputListScratch: Run tlib_UseInputListScratch hook earlier
- tlib#qfl#AgentWithSelected: typo
- tlib#arg#GetOpts: type conversion (comma-separated lists etc.)
- tlib#arg: validators
- NEW tlib#date#IsDate()
- tlib#balloon#Remove: Unset &ballooneval, &balloonexpr
- NEW tlib#balloon#Expand()
- NEW tlib#date#Format()
- FIX tlib#date#Shift(..., "+Xm") for months
- NEW tlib#trace#Backtrace()
- NEW tlib#type#Is(), tlib#type#Are(), tlib#type#Has(), tlib#type#Have()
- NEW :Tlibassert
MD5 checksum: 3c4125a28ff1860accd254846651c251
version: "1.17"
- tlib#input#List: #ReduceFilter: make sure the regexp is valid
- TTimeCommand -> Ttimecommand
- tlib#eval#Extend: mode argument for expand() compatibility
- tlib#input#List: Key handlers can have additional arguments
- tlib#qfl#AgentWithSelected: Set world
- prototype.UseInputListScratch: Run tlib_UseInputListScratch hook earlier
- tlib#qfl#AgentWithSelected: typo
- tlib#arg#GetOpts: type conversion (comma-separated lists etc.)
- tlib#arg: validators
- NEW tlib#date#IsDate()
- tlib#balloon#Remove: Unset &ballooneval, &balloonexpr
- NEW tlib#balloon#Expand()
- NEW tlib#date#Format()
- FIX tlib#date#Shift(..., "+Xm") for months
- NEW tlib#trace#Backtrace()
- NEW tlib#type#Is(), tlib#type#Are(), tlib#type#Has(), tlib#type#Have()
- NEW :Tlibassert
MD5 checksum: 3c4125a28ff1860accd254846651c251
version: "1.17"
- tlib#input#List: #ReduceFilter: make sure the regexp is valid
- TTimeCommand -> Ttimecommand
- tlib#eval#Extend: mode argument for expand() compatibility
- tlib#input#List: Key handlers can have additional arguments
- tlib#qfl#AgentWithSelected: Set world
- prototype.UseInputListScratch: Run tlib_UseInputListScratch hook earlier
- tlib#qfl#AgentWithSelected: typo
- tlib#arg#GetOpts: type conversion (comma-separated lists etc.)
- tlib#arg: validators
- NEW tlib#date#IsDate()
- tlib#balloon#Remove: Unset &ballooneval, &balloonexpr
- NEW tlib#balloon#Expand()
- NEW tlib#date#Format()
- FIX tlib#date#Shift(..., "+Xm") for months
- NEW tlib#trace#Backtrace()
- NEW tlib#type#Is(), tlib#type#Are(), tlib#type#Has(), tlib#type#Have()
- NEW :Tlibassert
MD5 checksum: 3c4125a28ff1860accd254846651c251
version: "1.17"
- tlib#input#List: #ReduceFilter: make sure the regexp is valid
- TTimeCommand -> Ttimecommand
- tlib#eval#Extend: mode argument for expand() compatibility
- tlib#input#List: Key handlers can have additional arguments
- tlib#qfl#AgentWithSelected: Set world
- prototype.UseInputListScratch: Run tlib_UseInputListScratch hook earlier
- tlib#qfl#AgentWithSelected: typo
- tlib#arg#GetOpts: type conversion (comma-separated lists etc.)
- tlib#arg: validators
- NEW tlib#date#IsDate()
- tlib#balloon#Remove: Unset &ballooneval, &balloonexpr
- NEW tlib#balloon#Expand()
- NEW tlib#date#Format()
- FIX tlib#date#Shift(..., "+Xm") for months
- NEW tlib#trace#Backtrace()
- NEW tlib#type#Is(), tlib#type#Are(), tlib#type#Has(), tlib#type#Have()
- NEW :Tlibassert
MD5 checksum: 3c4125a28ff1860accd254846651c251
version: "1.17"
- tlib#arg: Completion for comma-separated lists
- Use "silent cd"
- NEW tlib#type#DefSchema(); FIX tlib#type#Has()
- tlib#cache#Value(): minor change
- tlib#date#IsDate() also checks whether the date is valid
- ! tlib#sys#Open(): escape special chars only once
- tlib#trace#Print: Allow for strings
- :Tlibtrace, :Tlibtraceset, :Tlibassert remove `-bar`
- NEW :Tlibtype (type/schema assertions); tlib#type#Is() also accepts schemas as "types"
- tlib#dir#CD(): Use haslocaldir()
- tlib#qfl#AgentGotoQFE: Don't use wincmd w
- NEW tlib#string#Input()
- FIX g:tlib#sys#system_rx; add OpenOffice exensions to g:tlib#sys#special_suffixes
- NEW tlib#selection#GetSelection()
- tlib#date#Shift(): Fix "Xm", ++specs
- tlib#trace#Set: FIX Properly handly "-label"
MD5 checksum: c3a1fe7d3cd86becbd3f7b0ba7ae9cd8
version: "1.19"
version: "1.20"
- tlib#arg: Completion for comma-separated lists
- Use "silent cd"
- NEW tlib#type#DefSchema(); FIX tlib#type#Has()
- tlib#cache#Value(): minor change
- tlib#date#IsDate() also checks whether the date is valid
- ! tlib#sys#Open(): escape special chars only once
- tlib#trace#Print: Allow for strings
- :Tlibtrace, :Tlibtraceset, :Tlibassert remove `-bar`
- NEW :Tlibtype (type/schema assertions); tlib#type#Is() also accepts schemas as "types"
- tlib#dir#CD(): Use haslocaldir()
- tlib#qfl#AgentGotoQFE: Don't use wincmd w
- NEW tlib#string#Input()
- FIX g:tlib#sys#system_rx; add OpenOffice exensions to g:tlib#sys#special_suffixes
- NEW tlib#selection#GetSelection()
- tlib#date#Shift(): Fix "Xm", ++specs
- tlib#trace#Set: FIX Properly handly "-label"
MD5 checksum: c919e0782931a8c628c6996903f989d3
- tlib#date#Shift(): Support for business days 'Nb'
- tlib#list#Uniq: Properly handle empty strings
- tlib#trace: Use g:tlib#trace#printer and tlib#trace#Printer_{printer}
- tlib#dictionary#Rev: Optional argument `opts = {}`; properly handle empty values etc.
- NEW g:tlib#trace#hl
- NEW spec/dictionary.vim
- tlib#agent#CompleteAgentNames: case insensitive
- tlib#arg#CComplete: --[no-]debug option
- tlib#date#Format: use localtime() if no arg is provided
- NEW tlib#file#IsAbsolute
- NEW tlib#notify#PrintError()
- tlib#trace#Print: FIX s/exec/call/
- tlib#type#Is() match full type name
- NEW tlib#string#MatchAll()
- Tlibtraceset, tlib#trace#Set(): If no `+` or `-` is prepended, assume `+`.
- tlib#list#Input: fix highlighting for filenames
- tlib#input#ListW: use world.CloseScratch(1)
- tlib#agent#ViewFile: Ignore errors in :exec back
- NEW tlib#agent#EditFileInWindow()
- :Tlibtraceset uses tlib#arg#GetOpts(), i.e. you can set the log file more easily
MD5 checksum: 20a48e225f32b9f58808096a5377af04
version: "1.22"
- tlib#date#Shift(): Support for business days 'Nb'
- tlib#list#Uniq: Properly handle empty strings
- tlib#trace: Use g:tlib#trace#printer and tlib#trace#Printer_{printer}
- tlib#dictionary#Rev: Optional argument `opts = {}`; properly handle empty values etc.
- NEW g:tlib#trace#hl
- NEW spec/dictionary.vim
- tlib#agent#CompleteAgentNames: case insensitive
- tlib#arg#CComplete: --[no-]debug option
- tlib#date#Format: use localtime() if no arg is provided
- NEW tlib#file#IsAbsolute
- NEW tlib#notify#PrintError()
- tlib#trace#Print: FIX s/exec/call/
- tlib#type#Is() match full type name
- NEW tlib#string#MatchAll()
- Tlibtraceset, tlib#trace#Set(): If no `+` or `-` is prepended, assume `+`.
- tlib#list#Input: fix highlighting for filenames
- tlib#input#ListW: use world.CloseScratch(1)
- tlib#agent#ViewFile: Ignore errors in :exec back
- NEW tlib#agent#EditFileInWindow()
- :Tlibtraceset uses tlib#arg#GetOpts(), i.e. you can set the log file more easily
MD5 checksum: 20a48e225f32b9f58808096a5377af04
version: "1.22"
- bump version 1.23 + misc changes
- FIX #24: avoid vim8 features
- tlib#win#GetID(): Alternative implementation sets a window variable to identify the window
- tlib#arg#GetOpts(): If args is a dict, return it
- tlib#file#FilterFiles(): FIX typo
- tlib#trace#Set: Experimental support for log levels
- tlib#input#ListW: make sure to close scratch when <= 1 items are in the list
- FIX #25: set win_nr again; fix some lint warnings
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- tlib#trace#Set: Experimental support for log levels
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{
"name" : "tlib",
"version" : "dev",
"author" : "Tom Link <micathom at gmail com>",
"maintainer" : "Tom Link <micathom at gmail com>",
"repository" : {"type": "git", "url": "git://github.com/tomtom/tlib_vim.git"},
"dependencies" : {},
"description" : "tlib -- A library of vim functions"
}

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" para_move.vim
" @Author: Tom Link (mailto:micathom AT gmail com?subject=[vim])
" @License: GPL (see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt)
" @Created: 2012-08-28.
" @Last Change: 2012-08-29.
" @Revision: 3
" Move paragraphs
call tinykeymap#EnterMap("para_move", "gp", {'name': 'move paragraph'})
call tinykeymap#Map("para_move", "j", "silent call tlib#paragraph#Move('Down', '<count>')")
call tinykeymap#Map("para_move", "k", "silent call tlib#paragraph#Move('Up', '<count>')")

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