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I recommend reading the docs of these plugins to understand them better. Each plugin provides a much better Vim experience!
* [ag.vim](https://github.com/rking/ag.vim): Vim plugin for `the_silver_searcher` (ag) -- a wicked fast grep
* [ack.vim](https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim): Vim plugin for `the_silver_searcher` (ag) or ack -- a wicked fast grep
* [bufexplorer.zip](https://github.com/vim-scripts/bufexplorer.zip): Quickly and easily switch between buffers. This plugin can be opened with `<leader+o>`
* [ctrlp.vim](https://github.com/ctrlpvim/ctrlp.vim): Fuzzy file, buffer, mru and tag finder. It's mapped to `<Ctrl+F>`
* [goyo.vim](https://github.com/junegunn/goyo.vim) and [vim-zenroom2](https://github.com/amix/vim-zenroom2):
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map <leader>cd :cd %:p:h<cr>:pwd<cr>
Open `ag.vim` for fast search:
Open `ack.vim` for fast search:
map <leader>g :Ag
map <leader>g :Ack
Quickly open a buffer for scripbble:
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vnoremap <silent> * :call VisualSelection('f')<CR>
vnoremap <silent> # :call VisualSelection('b')<CR>
When you press gv you `ag.vim` after the selected text:
When you press gv you `Ack.vim` after the selected text:
vnoremap <silent> gv :call VisualSelection('gv', '')<CR>
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### Cope
Query `:help cope` if you are unsure what cope is. It's super useful!
When you search with `ag.vim`, display your results in cope by doing:
When you search with `Ack.vim`, display your results in cope by doing:
`<leader>cc`
To go to the next search result do:

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ack.vim is distributed under the same license terms as Vim itself, which you
can find in full with `:help license` within Vim, or copied in full herein.
Copyright (c) 2007-2015 Antoine Imbert <antoine.imbert+ackvim@gmail.com>
and contributors.
Maintainers may be contacted via GitHub Issues at:
https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim/issues
VIM LICENSE
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# ack.vim
Run your favorite search tool from Vim, with an enhanced results list.
This plugin was designed as a Vim frontend for the Perl module [App::Ack]. Ack
can be used as a replacement for 99% of the uses of _grep_. The plugin allows
you to run ack from Vim, and shows the results in a split window.
But here's a little secret for the Vim-seasoned: it's just a light wrapper for
Vim's [grepprg] and the [quickfix] window for match results. This makes it easy
to integrate with your own Vim configuration and use existing knowledge of core
features. It also means the plugin is flexible to use with other search tools.
[App::Ack]: http://search.cpan.org/~petdance/ack/ack
[grepprg]: http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/options.html#'grepprg'
[quickfix]: http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/quickfix.html#quickfix
## Installation
### Ack
You will need ack (>= 2.0), of course. To install it follow the
[manual](http://beyondgrep.com/install/).
### The Plugin
It is recommended to use one of the popular plugin managers for Vim. There are
many and you probably already have a preferred one, but a few examples for your
copy-and-paste convenience:
#### Pathogen
$ git clone https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim.git ~/.vim/bundle/ack.vim
#### Vundle
```vim
Plugin 'mileszs/ack.vim'
```
#### NeoBundle
```vim
NeoBundle 'mileszs/ack.vim'
```
#### Manual (not recommended)
[Download][releases] the plugin and extract it in `~/.vim/` (or
`%PROGRAMFILES%/Vim/vimfiles` on Windows).
[zipball]: https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim/archive/master.zip
## Usage
:Ack [options] {pattern} [{directories}]
Search recursively in `{directories}` (which defaults to the current directory)
for the `{pattern}`.
Files containing the search term will be listed in the quickfix window, along
with the line number of the occurrence, once for each occurrence. `<Enter>` on
a line in this window will open the file, and place the cursor on the matching
line.
Just like where you use `:grep`, `:grepadd`, `:lgrep`, and :`lgrepadd`, you can
use `:Ack`, `:AckAdd`, `:LAck`, and `:LAckAdd` respectively. (See `:help Ack`
after installing, or [`doc/ack.txt`][doc] in the repo, for more information.)
For more ack help see [ack documentation](http://beyondgrep.com/documentation/).
[doc]: https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim/blob/master/doc/ack.txt
### Keyboard Shortcuts
The quickfix results window is augmented with these convenience mappings:
? a quick summary of these keys, repeat to close
o to open (same as Enter)
O to open and close the quickfix window
go to preview file, open but maintain focus on ack.vim results
t to open in new tab
T to open in new tab without moving to it
h to open in horizontal split
H to open in horizontal split, keeping focus on the results
v to open in vertical split
gv to open in vertical split, keeping focus on the results
q to close the quickfix window
### Gotchas
Some characters have special meaning, and need to be escaped in your search
pattern. For instance, `#`. You need to escape it with `:Ack '\\\#define
foo'` to search for '#define foo'. See [issue #5].
[issue #5]: https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim/issues/5
## Possibly FAQ
#### Can I use `ag` ([The Silver Searcher]) with this?
Absolutely, and probably other tools if their output is similar or you can
write a pattern match for it--just set `g:ackprg`. If you like, you can fall
back to Ack in case you use your vimrc on a system without Ag available:
```vim
if executable('ag')
let g:ackprg = 'ag --vimgrep'
endif
```
Since Ack is quite portable you might check a copy of it into your dotfiles
repository in `~/bin` so you'll nearly always have it available.
#### What's the difference from ag.vim?
Well... not a lot really.
Present maintainer, yours truly, [kind of wishes they never forked][sadface],
contributes to both, and wouldn't mind seeing them merged again. ag.vim got a
nice code clean-up (which ack.vim is now hopefully getting), and ack.vim picked
up a few features that haven't made their way to ag.vim, like `:AckWindow`,
optional background search execution with [vim-dispatch], and auto-previewing.
#### I don't want to jump to the first result automatically. ####
Use `:Ack!`, with bang. If you want this behavior most of the time, you might
like an abbreviation or mapping in your personal config, something like these:
```vim
cnoreabbrev Ack Ack!
nnoremap <Leader>a :Ack!<Space>
```
Most of the `:[L]Ack*` commands support this. Note that this behavior follows
the convention of Vim's built-in `:grep` and `:make` commands.
[The Silver Searcher]: https://github.com/ggreer/the_silver_searcher
[sadface]: https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim/commit/d97090fb502d40229e6976dfec0e06636ba227d5#commitcomment-5771145
## Changelog
Please see [the Github releases page][releases].
## Credits
This plugin is derived from Antoine Imbert's blog post [Ack and Vim
Integration][] (in particular, the function in the update to the post). [Miles
Sterrett][mileszs] packaged it up as a plugin and documented it in Vim's help
format, and since then [many contributors][contributors] have submitted
enhancements and fixes.
And of course, where would we be without [Ack]. And, you know, Vim.
[Ack and Vim Integration]: http://blog.ant0ine.com/typepad/2007/03/ack-and-vim-integration.html
[mileszs]: https://github.com/mileszs
[contributors]: https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim/graphs/contributors
[Ack]: http://beyondgrep.com/
[vim-dispatch]: https://github.com/tpope/vim-dispatch
[releases]: https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim/releases

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if exists('g:autoloaded_ack') || &cp
finish
endif
if exists('g:ack_use_dispatch')
if g:ack_use_dispatch && !exists(':Dispatch')
call s:Warn('Dispatch not loaded! Falling back to g:ack_use_dispatch = 0.')
let g:ack_use_dispatch = 0
endif
else
let g:ack_use_dispatch = 0
endif
"-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
" Public API
"-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
function! ack#Ack(cmd, args) "{{{
call s:Init(a:cmd)
redraw
" Local values that we'll temporarily set as options when searching
let l:grepprg = g:ackprg
let l:grepformat = '%f:%l:%c:%m,%f:%l:%m' " Include column number
" Strip some options that are meaningless for path search and set match
" format accordingly.
if s:SearchingFilepaths()
let l:grepprg = substitute(l:grepprg, '-H\|--column', '', 'g')
let l:grepformat = '%f'
endif
" Check user policy for blank searches
if empty(a:args)
if !g:ack_use_cword_for_empty_search
echo "No regular expression found."
return
endif
endif
" If no pattern is provided, search for the word under the cursor
let l:grepargs = empty(a:args) ? expand("<cword>") : a:args . join(a:000, ' ')
"Bypass search if cursor is on blank string
if l:grepargs == ""
echo "No regular expression found."
return
endif
" NOTE: we escape special chars, but not everything using shellescape to
" allow for passing arguments etc
let l:escaped_args = escape(l:grepargs, '|#%')
echo "Searching ..."
if g:ack_use_dispatch
call s:SearchWithDispatch(l:grepprg, l:escaped_args, l:grepformat)
else
call s:SearchWithGrep(a:cmd, l:grepprg, l:escaped_args, l:grepformat)
endif
" Dispatch has no callback mechanism currently, we just have to display the
" list window early and wait for it to populate :-/
call ack#ShowResults()
call s:Highlight(l:grepargs)
endfunction "}}}
function! ack#AckFromSearch(cmd, args) "{{{
let search = getreg('/')
" translate vim regular expression to perl regular expression.
let search = substitute(search, '\(\\<\|\\>\)', '\\b', 'g')
call ack#Ack(a:cmd, '"' . search . '" ' . a:args)
endfunction "}}}
function! ack#AckHelp(cmd, args) "{{{
let args = a:args . ' ' . s:GetDocLocations()
call ack#Ack(a:cmd, args)
endfunction "}}}
function! ack#AckWindow(cmd, args) "{{{
let files = tabpagebuflist()
" remove duplicated filenames (files appearing in more than one window)
let files = filter(copy(sort(files)), 'index(files,v:val,v:key+1)==-1')
call map(files, "bufname(v:val)")
" remove unnamed buffers as quickfix (empty strings before shellescape)
call filter(files, 'v:val != ""')
" expand to full path (avoid problems with cd/lcd in au QuickFixCmdPre)
let files = map(files, "shellescape(fnamemodify(v:val, ':p'))")
let args = a:args . ' ' . join(files)
call ack#Ack(a:cmd, args)
endfunction "}}}
function! ack#ShowResults() "{{{
let l:handler = s:UsingLocList() ? g:ack_lhandler : g:ack_qhandler
execute l:handler
call s:ApplyMappings()
redraw!
endfunction "}}}
"-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
" Private API
"-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
function! s:ApplyMappings() "{{{
if !s:UsingListMappings() || &filetype != 'qf'
return
endif
let l:wintype = s:UsingLocList() ? 'l' : 'c'
let l:closemap = ':' . l:wintype . 'close<CR>'
let g:ack_mappings.q = l:closemap
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> ? :call <SID>QuickHelp()<CR>
if g:ack_autoclose
" We just map the 'go' and 'gv' mappings to close on autoclose, wtf?
for key_map in items(g:ack_mappings)
execute printf("nnoremap <buffer> <silent> %s %s", get(key_map, 0), get(key_map, 1) . l:closemap)
endfor
execute "nnoremap <buffer> <silent> <CR> <CR>" . l:closemap
else
for key_map in items(g:ack_mappings)
execute printf("nnoremap <buffer> <silent> %s %s", get(key_map, 0), get(key_map, 1))
endfor
endif
if exists("g:ackpreview") " if auto preview in on, remap j and k keys
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> j j<CR><C-W><C-W>
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> k k<CR><C-W><C-W>
nmap <buffer> <silent> <Down> j
nmap <buffer> <silent> <Up> k
endif
endfunction "}}}
function! s:GetDocLocations() "{{{
let dp = ''
for p in split(&rtp, ',')
let p = p . '/doc/'
if isdirectory(p)
let dp = p . '*.txt ' . dp
endif
endfor
return dp
endfunction "}}}
function! s:Highlight(args) "{{{
if !g:ackhighlight
return
endif
let @/ = matchstr(a:args, "\\v(-)\@<!(\<)\@<=\\w+|['\"]\\zs.{-}\\ze['\"]")
call feedkeys(":let &hlsearch=1 \| echo \<CR>", "n")
endfunction "}}}
" Initialize state for an :Ack* or :LAck* search
function! s:Init(cmd) "{{{
let s:searching_filepaths = (a:cmd =~# '-g$') ? 1 : 0
let s:using_loclist = (a:cmd =~# '^l') ? 1 : 0
if g:ack_use_dispatch && s:using_loclist
call s:Warn('Dispatch does not support location lists! Proceeding with quickfix...')
let s:using_loclist = 0
endif
endfunction "}}}
function! s:QuickHelp() "{{{
execute 'edit' globpath(&rtp, 'doc/ack_quick_help.txt')
silent normal gg
setlocal buftype=nofile bufhidden=hide nobuflisted
setlocal nomodifiable noswapfile
setlocal filetype=help
setlocal nonumber norelativenumber nowrap
setlocal foldmethod=diff foldlevel=20
nnoremap <buffer> <silent> ? :q!<CR>:call ack#ShowResults()<CR>
endfunction "}}}
function! s:SearchWithDispatch(grepprg, grepargs, grepformat) "{{{
let l:makeprg_bak = &l:makeprg
let l:errorformat_bak = &l:errorformat
" We don't execute a :grep command for Dispatch, so add -g here instead
if s:SearchingFilepaths()
let l:grepprg = a:grepprg . ' -g'
else
let l:grepprg = a:grepprg
endif
try
let &l:makeprg = l:grepprg . ' ' . a:grepargs
let &l:errorformat = a:grepformat
Make
finally
let &l:makeprg = l:makeprg_bak
let &l:errorformat = l:errorformat_bak
endtry
endfunction "}}}
function! s:SearchWithGrep(grepcmd, grepprg, grepargs, grepformat) "{{{
let l:grepprg_bak = &l:grepprg
let l:grepformat_bak = &grepformat
try
let &l:grepprg = a:grepprg
let &grepformat = a:grepformat
silent execute a:grepcmd a:grepargs
finally
let &l:grepprg = l:grepprg_bak
let &grepformat = l:grepformat_bak
endtry
endfunction "}}}
" Are we finding matching files, not lines? (the -g option -- :AckFile)
function! s:SearchingFilepaths() "{{{
return get(s:, 'searching_filepaths', 0)
endfunction "}}}
" Predicate for whether mappings are enabled for list type of current search.
function! s:UsingListMappings() "{{{
if s:UsingLocList()
return g:ack_apply_lmappings
else
return g:ack_apply_qmappings
endif
endfunction "}}}
" Were we invoked with a :LAck command?
function! s:UsingLocList() "{{{
return get(s:, 'using_loclist', 0)
endfunction "}}}
function! s:Warn(msg) "{{{
echohl WarningMsg | echomsg 'Ack: ' . a:msg | echohl None
endf "}}}
let g:autoloaded_ack = 1
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*ack.txt* Plugin that integrates ack with Vim
==============================================================================
Author: Antoine Imbert <antoine.imbert+ackvim@gmail.com> *ack-author*
License: Same terms as Vim itself (see |license|)
This plugin is only available if 'compatible' is not set.
{Vi does not have any of this}
==============================================================================
INTRODUCTION *ack*
This plugin is a front for the Perl module App::Ack. Ack can be used as a
replacement for grep. This plugin will allow you to run ack from vim, and
shows the results in a split window.
:Ack[!] [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:Ack*
Search recursively in {directory} (which defaults to the current
directory) for the {pattern}. Behaves just like the |:grep| command, but
will open the |Quickfix| window for you. If [!] is not given the first
occurrence is jumped to.
:AckAdd [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:AckAdd*
Just like |:Ack|, but instead of making a new list, the matches are
appended to the current |quickfix| list.
:AckFromSearch [{directory}] *:AckFromSearch*
Just like |:Ack| but the pattern is from previous search.
:LAck [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:LAck*
Just like |:Ack| but instead of the |quickfix| list, matches are placed in
the current |location-list|.
:LAckAdd [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:LAckAdd*
Just like |:AckAdd| but instead of the |quickfix| list, matches are added
to the current |location-list|
:AckFile [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:AckFile*
Search recursively in {directory} (which defaults to the current
directory) for filenames matching the {pattern}. Behaves just like the
|:grep| command, but will open the |Quickfix| window for you.
:AckHelp[!] [options] {pattern} *:AckHelp*
Search vim documentation files for the {pattern}. Behaves just like the
|:Ack| command, but searches only vim documentation .txt files
:LAckHelp [options] {pattern} *:LAckHelp*
Just like |:AckHelp| but instead of the |quickfix| list, matches are placed
in the current |location-list|.
:AckWindow[!] [options] {pattern} *:AckWindow*
Search all buffers visible in the screen (current tab page only) files for
the {pattern}.
:LAckWindow [options] {pattern} *:LAckWindow*
Just like |:AckWindow| but instead of the |quickfix| list, matches are
placed in the current |location-list|.
Files containing the search term will be listed in the split window, along
with the line number of the occurrence, once for each occurrence. <Enter> on
a line in this window will open the file, and place the cursor on the matching
line.
Note that if you are using Dispatch.vim with |g:ack_use_dispatch|, location
lists are not supported, because Dispatch does not support them at this time.
`:LAck` versions of commands above will give a warning and proceed to use the
quickfix list instead.
See http://beyondgrep.com/ for more information on searching with ack.
==============================================================================
CONFIGURATION *ack-configuration*
*g:ackprg*
g:ackprg
Default for ubuntu: "ack-grep"
Default for other systems: "ack"
Use this option to specify the search command and its default arguments.
Example:
>
let g:ackprg = "ag --vimgrep"
<
*g:ack_default_options*
g:ack_default_options
Default: " -s -H --nocolor --nogroup --column"
Use this option to specify the default arguments given to `ack`. This is only
used if |g:ackprg| has not been customized from the default--if you are using
a custom search program instead of Ack, set your preferred options in
|g:ackprg|.
NOTE: This option may be deprecated in the future. ~
Example:
>
let g:ack_default_options =
\ " -s -H --nocolor --nogroup --column --smart-case --follow"
<
*g:ack_apply_qmappings*
g:ack_apply_qmappings
Default: 1
This option enables mappings on the |quickfix| window.
*g:ack_apply_lmappings*
g:ack_apply_lmappings
Default: 1
This option enables mappings on |location-list| windows.
*g:ack_mappings*
g:ack_mappings
Default: {
\ "t": "<C-W><CR><C-W>T",
\ "T": "<C-W><CR><C-W>TgT<C-W>j",
\ "o": "<CR>",
\ "O": "<CR><C-W><C-W>:ccl<CR>",
\ "go": "<CR><C-W>j",
\ "h": "<C-W><CR><C-W>K",
\ "H": "<C-W><CR><C-W>K<C-W>b",
\ "v": "<C-W><CR><C-W>H<C-W>b<C-W>J<C-W>t",
\ "gv": "<C-W><CR><C-W>H<C-W>b<C-W>J" }
This option list all maps create on quickfix/Location list window.
Example, if you want to open the result in the middle of the screen:
>
let g:ack_mappings = { "o": "<CR>zz" }
<
*g:ack_qhandler*
g:ack_qhandler
Default: "botright copen"
Command to open the quickview window.
If you want to open a quickview window with 30 lines you can do:
>
let g:ack_qhandler = "botright copen 30"
<
*g:ack_lhandler*
g:ack_lhandler
Default: "botright lopen"
Command to open the Location list window.
If you want to open a Location list window with 30 lines you can do:
>
let g:ack_lhandler = "botright lopen 30"
<
*g:ackhighlight*
g:ackhighlight
Default: 0
Use this option to highlight the searched term.
Example:
>
let g:ackhighlight = 1
<
*g:ack_autoclose*
g:ack_autoclose
Default: 0
Use this option to specify whether to close the quickfix window after
using any of the shortcuts.
Example:
>
let g:ack_autoclose = 1
<
*g:ack_autofold_results*
g:ack_autofold_results
Default: 0
Use this option to fold the results in quickfix by file name. Only the current
fold will be open by default and while you press 'j' and 'k' to move between the
results if you hit other fold the last one will be closed and the current will
be open.
Example:
>
let g:ack_autofold_results = 1
<
*g:ackpreview*
g:ackpreview
Default: 0
Use this option to automagically open the file with 'j' or 'k'.
Example:
>
let g:ackpreview = 1
<
*g:ack_use_dispatch*
g:ack_use_dispatch
Default: 0
Use this option to use vim-dispatch to run searches in the background, with a
variety of execution backends for different systems.
Due to limitations in Dispatch at this time, location lists are unsupported
and result windows will appear before results are ready. Still, these may be
acceptable tradeoffs for very large projects where searches are slow.
Example:
>
let g:ack_use_dispatch = 1
<
*g:ack_use_cword_for_empty_search*
g:ack_use_cword_for_empty_search
Default: 1
Use this option to enable blank searches to run against the word under the
cursor. When this option is not set, blank searches will only output an error
message.
Example:
>
let g:ack_use_cword_for_empty_search = 0
<
==============================================================================
MAPPINGS *ack-mappings*
The following keyboard shortcuts are available in the |quickfix| and
|location-list| windows:
? display a quick summary of these mappings.
o open file (same as Enter).
O open file and close the quickfix window.
go preview file (open but maintain focus on ack.vim results).
t open in a new tab.
T open in new tab without moving to it.
h open in horizontal split.
H open in horizontal split, keeping focus on the results.
v open in vertical split.
gv open in vertical split, keeping focus on the results.
q close the quickfix window.
To adjust these, see |g:ack_mappings|.
==============================================================================
Ignoring files *ack-ignore*
If you're using this plugin with ag, The Silver Searcher, bear in mind that:
- It ignores file patterns from your .gitignore and .hgignore.
- If there are other files in your source repository you don't wish to
search, you can add their patterns to an .agignore file.
==============================================================================
ISSUES AND FAQ *ack-issues-and-faq*
I don't want to jump to the first result automatically.~
Use `:Ack!`, with bang. If you want this behavior most of the time, you
might like an abbreviation or mapping in your personal config, something
like these:
>
cnoreabbrev Ack Ack!
nnoremap <Leader>a :Ack!<Space>
<
Most of the `:[L]Ack*` commands support this. Note that this behavior
follows the convention of Vim's built-in |:grep| and |:make| commands.
I use NERDTree and opening ack.vim results in a vertical split displacing it.~
You are probably using NERDTree with its default alignment at the left
side of the window. Set these custom mappings in your vimrc to work around
this:
>
let g:ack_mappings = {
\ 'v': '<C-W><CR><C-W>L<C-W>p<C-W>J<C-W>p',
\ 'gv': '<C-W><CR><C-W>L<C-W>p<C-W>J' }
<
This solution will be improved in the future.
Results show a mix of relative and absolute paths, making them hard to read.~
This is a quirk of Vim that can happen with plain |:vimgrep| too. You can
try this in your vimrc to work around it:
>
autocmd BufAdd * exe "cd" fnameescape(getcwd())
<
but for some users this may be disruptive to their Vim workflow. For more
details, see:
http://vi.stackexchange.com/a/4816/7174
https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim/issues/143
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==== ack.vim quick help ===============
*?:* a quick summary of these keys, repeat to close
*o:* to open (same as Enter)
*O:* to open and close the quickfix window
*go:* to preview file, open but maintain focus on ack.vim results
*t:* to open in new tab
*T:* to open in new tab without moving to it
*h:* to open in horizontal split
*H:* to open in horizontal split, keeping focus on the results
*v:* to open in vertical split
*gv:* to open in vertical split, keeping focus on the results
*q:* to close the quickfix window
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if exists("g:ack_autofold_results") && g:ack_autofold_results
setlocal foldlevel=0
setlocal foldmethod=expr
setlocal foldexpr=matchstr(getline(v:lnum),'^[^\|]\\+')==#matchstr(getline(v:lnum+1),'^[^\|]\\+')?1:'<1'
setlocal foldenable
setlocal foldclose=all
setlocal foldopen=all
nnoremap <buffer> j jzz
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if exists('g:loaded_ack') || &cp
finish
endif
if !exists("g:ack_default_options")
let g:ack_default_options = " -s -H --nopager --nocolor --nogroup --column"
endif
" Location of the ack utility
if !exists("g:ackprg")
if executable('ack-grep')
let g:ackprg = "ack-grep"
elseif executable('ack')
let g:ackprg = "ack"
else
finish
endif
let g:ackprg .= g:ack_default_options
endif
if !exists("g:ack_apply_qmappings")
let g:ack_apply_qmappings = !exists("g:ack_qhandler")
endif
if !exists("g:ack_apply_lmappings")
let g:ack_apply_lmappings = !exists("g:ack_lhandler")
endif
let s:ack_mappings = {
\ "t": "<C-W><CR><C-W>T",
\ "T": "<C-W><CR><C-W>TgT<C-W>j",
\ "o": "<CR>",
\ "O": "<CR><C-W>p<C-W>c",
\ "go": "<CR><C-W>p",
\ "h": "<C-W><CR><C-W>K",
\ "H": "<C-W><CR><C-W>K<C-W>b",
\ "v": "<C-W><CR><C-W>H<C-W>b<C-W>J<C-W>t",
\ "gv": "<C-W><CR><C-W>H<C-W>b<C-W>J" }
if exists("g:ack_mappings")
let g:ack_mappings = extend(s:ack_mappings, g:ack_mappings)
else
let g:ack_mappings = s:ack_mappings
endif
if !exists("g:ack_qhandler")
let g:ack_qhandler = "botright copen"
endif
if !exists("g:ack_lhandler")
let g:ack_lhandler = "botright lopen"
endif
if !exists("g:ackhighlight")
let g:ackhighlight = 0
endif
if !exists("g:ack_autoclose")
let g:ack_autoclose = 0
endif
if !exists("g:ack_autofold_results")
let g:ack_autofold_results = 0
endif
if !exists("g:ack_use_cword_for_empty_search")
let g:ack_use_cword_for_empty_search = 1
endif
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=file Ack call ack#Ack('grep<bang>', <q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=file AckAdd call ack#Ack('grepadd<bang>', <q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=file AckFromSearch call ack#AckFromSearch('grep<bang>', <q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=file LAck call ack#Ack('lgrep<bang>', <q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=file LAckAdd call ack#Ack('lgrepadd<bang>', <q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=file AckFile call ack#Ack('grep<bang> -g', <q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=help AckHelp call ack#AckHelp('grep<bang>', <q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=help LAckHelp call ack#AckHelp('lgrep<bang>', <q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* AckWindow call ack#AckWindow('grep<bang>', <q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* LAckWindow call ack#AckWindow('lgrep<bang>', <q-args>)
let g:loaded_ack = 1
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tags
ag-vim.tgz

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# ag.vim #
## Deprecated: See [this comment](https://github.com/rking/ag.vim/issues/124#issuecomment-227038003) for more info. Maybe try [ack.vim](https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim#can-i-use-ag-the-silver-searcher-with-this) as an alternative. ##
This plugin is a front for ag, A.K.A.
[the_silver_searcher](https://github.com/ggreer/the_silver_searcher). Ag can
be used as a replacement for 153% of the uses of `ack`. This plugin will allow
you to run ag from vim, and shows the results in a split window.
## Installation ##
See [the_silver_searcher's README](https://github.com/ggreer/the_silver_searcher#installing) for its installation instructions (if you haven't installed it already).
You have to first install [ag](https://github.com/ggreer/the_silver_searcher), itself. On Mac+Homebrew, Gentoo Linux, several others, there's package named `the_silver_searcher`, but if your OS/distro don't have one, the GitHub repo installs fine:
Vim has various ways of installing plugins, the standard way is in [the documentation](http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/usr_05.html#plugin), but most people use a plugin to manage their plugins. If you don't already have a preferred plugin manager plugin, why not try one of the following?
- [vim-plug](https://github.com/junegunn/vim-plug#readme)
- [vim-pathogen](https://github.com/tpope/vim-pathogen#readme)
- [Vundle.vim](https://github.com/gmarik/Vundle.vim#readme)
- Or, if you don't use any sort of Vim plugin management:
```sh
cd ~/.vim/bundle && git clone https://github.com/rking/ag.vim ag && echo "set runtimepath^=~/.vim/bundle/ag" >> ~/.vimrc
```
Then open vim and run `:helptags ~/.vim/bundle/ag/doc`.
### Configuration ###
You can specify a custom ag name and path in your .vimrc like so:
let g:ag_prg="<custom-ag-path-goes-here> --vimgrep"
You can configure ag.vim to always start searching from your project root
instead of the cwd
let g:ag_working_path_mode="r"
## Usage ##
:Ag [options] {pattern} [{directory}]
Search recursively in {directory} (which defaults to the current directory) for the {pattern}.
Files containing the search term will be listed in the split window, along with
the line number of the occurrence, once for each occurrence. [Enter] on a line
in this window will open the file, and place the cursor on the matching line.
Just like where you use :grep, :grepadd, :lgrep, and :lgrepadd, you can use `:Ag`, `:AgAdd`, `:LAg`, and `:LAgAdd` respectively. (See `doc/ag.txt`, or install and `:h Ag` for more information.)
### Gotchas ###
Some characters have special meaning, and need to be escaped your search pattern. For instance, '#'. You have to escape it like this `:Ag '\\\#define foo'` to search for `#define foo`. (From [blueyed in issue #5](https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim/issues/5).)
Sometimes `git grep` is even faster, though in my experience it's not noticeably so.
### Keyboard Shortcuts ###
In the quickfix window, you can use:
e to open file and close the quickfix window
o to open (same as enter)
go to preview file (open but maintain focus on ag.vim results)
t to open in new tab
T to open in new tab silently
h to open in horizontal split
H to open in horizontal split silently
v to open in vertical split
gv to open in vertical split silently
q to close the quickfix window
### Related Plugin ###
[vim-ag-anything](https://github.com/Chun-Yang/vim-ag-anything) adds an 'ga' action to search any text object.
### Acknowledgements ###
This Vim plugin is derived (and by derived, I mean copied, almost entirely)
from [milesz's ack.vim](https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim), which I also
recommend installing since you might be in a situation where you have ack but
not ag, and don't want to stop to install ag. Also, ack supports `--type`, and
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task :tgz do
sh 'cd ..; tar czvf ag/ag-vim.tgz ag/{plugin,autoload,doc}'
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" NOTE: You must, of course, install ag / the_silver_searcher
" FIXME: Delete deprecated options below on or after 2016-4 (6 months from when the deprecation warning was added) {{{
if exists("g:agprg")
let g:ag_prg = g:agprg
echohl WarningMsg
call input('g:agprg is deprecated and will be removed. Please use g:ag_prg')
echohl None
endif
if exists("g:aghighlight")
let g:ag_highlight = g:aghighlight
echohl WarningMsg
call input('g:aghighlight is deprecated and will be removed. Please use g:ag_highlight')
echohl None
endif
if exists("g:agformat")
let g:ag_format = g:agformat
echohl WarningMsg
call input('g:agformat is deprecated and will be removed. Please use g:ag_format')
echohl None
endif
" }}} FIXME: Delete the deprecated options above on or after 15-7 (6 months from when they were changed)
" Location of the ag utility
if !exists("g:ag_prg")
" --vimgrep (consistent output we can parse) is available from version 0.25.0+
if split(system("ag --version"), "[ \n\r\t]")[2] =~ '\d\+.\(\(2[5-9]\)\|\([3-9][0-9]\)\)\(.\d\+\)\?'
let g:ag_prg="ag --vimgrep"
else
" --noheading seems odd here, but see https://github.com/ggreer/the_silver_searcher/issues/361
let g:ag_prg="ag --column --nogroup --noheading"
endif
endif
if !exists("g:ag_apply_qmappings")
let g:ag_apply_qmappings=1
endif
if !exists("g:ag_apply_lmappings")
let g:ag_apply_lmappings=1
endif
if !exists("g:ag_qhandler")
let g:ag_qhandler="botright copen"
endif
if !exists("g:ag_lhandler")
let g:ag_lhandler="botright lopen"
endif
if !exists("g:ag_mapping_message")
let g:ag_mapping_message=1
endif
if !exists("g:ag_working_path_mode")
let g:ag_working_path_mode = 'c'
endif
function! ag#AgBuffer(cmd, args)
let l:bufs = filter(range(1, bufnr('$')), 'buflisted(v:val)')
let l:files = []
for buf in l:bufs
let l:file = fnamemodify(bufname(buf), ':p')
if !isdirectory(l:file)
call add(l:files, l:file)
endif
endfor
call ag#Ag(a:cmd, a:args . ' ' . join(l:files, ' '))
endfunction
function! ag#Ag(cmd, args)
let l:ag_executable = get(split(g:ag_prg, " "), 0)
" Ensure that `ag` is installed
if !executable(l:ag_executable)
echoe "Ag command '" . l:ag_executable . "' was not found. Is the silver searcher installed and on your $PATH?"
return
endif
" If no pattern is provided, search for the word under the cursor
if empty(a:args)
let l:grepargs = expand("<cword>")
else
let l:grepargs = a:args . join(a:000, ' ')
end
if empty(l:grepargs)
echo "Usage: ':Ag {pattern}' (or just :Ag to search for the word under the cursor). See ':help :Ag' for more information."
return
endif
" Format, used to manage column jump
if a:cmd =~# '-g$'
let s:ag_format_backup=g:ag_format
let g:ag_format="%f"
elseif exists("s:ag_format_backup")
let g:ag_format=s:ag_format_backup
elseif !exists("g:ag_format")
let g:ag_format="%f:%l:%c:%m"
endif
let l:grepprg_bak=&grepprg
let l:grepformat_bak=&grepformat
let l:t_ti_bak=&t_ti
let l:t_te_bak=&t_te
try
let &grepprg=g:ag_prg
let &grepformat=g:ag_format
set t_ti=
set t_te=
if g:ag_working_path_mode ==? 'r' " Try to find the projectroot for current buffer
let l:cwd_back = getcwd()
let l:cwd = s:guessProjectRoot()
try
exe "lcd ".l:cwd
catch
echom 'Failed to change directory to:'.l:cwd
finally
silent! execute a:cmd . " " . escape(l:grepargs, '|')
exe "lcd ".l:cwd_back
endtry
else " Someone chose an undefined value or 'c' so we revert to the default
silent! execute a:cmd . " " . escape(l:grepargs, '|')
endif
finally
let &grepprg=l:grepprg_bak
let &grepformat=l:grepformat_bak
let &t_ti=l:t_ti_bak
let &t_te=l:t_te_bak
endtry
if a:cmd =~# '^l'
let l:match_count = len(getloclist(winnr()))
else
let l:match_count = len(getqflist())
endif
if a:cmd =~# '^l' && l:match_count
exe g:ag_lhandler
let l:apply_mappings = g:ag_apply_lmappings
let l:matches_window_prefix = 'l' " we're using the location list
elseif l:match_count
exe g:ag_qhandler
let l:apply_mappings = g:ag_apply_qmappings
let l:matches_window_prefix = 'c' " we're using the quickfix window
endif
" If highlighting is on, highlight the search keyword.
if exists('g:ag_highlight')
let @/ = matchstr(a:args, "\\v(-)\@<!(\<)\@<=\\w+|['\"]\\zs.{-}\\ze['\"]")
call feedkeys(":let &hlsearch=1 \| echo \<CR>", 'n')
end
redraw!
if l:match_count
if l:apply_mappings
nnoremap <silent> <buffer> h <C-W><CR><C-w>K
nnoremap <silent> <buffer> H <C-W><CR><C-w>K<C-w>b
nnoremap <silent> <buffer> o <CR>
nnoremap <silent> <buffer> t <C-w><CR><C-w>T
nnoremap <silent> <buffer> T <C-w><CR><C-w>TgT<C-W><C-W>
nnoremap <silent> <buffer> v <C-w><CR><C-w>H<C-W>b<C-W>J<C-W>t
exe 'nnoremap <silent> <buffer> e <CR><C-w><C-w>:' . l:matches_window_prefix .'close<CR>'
exe 'nnoremap <silent> <buffer> go <CR>:' . l:matches_window_prefix . 'open<CR>'
exe 'nnoremap <silent> <buffer> q :' . l:matches_window_prefix . 'close<CR>'
exe 'nnoremap <silent> <buffer> gv :let b:height=winheight(0)<CR><C-w><CR><C-w>H:' . l:matches_window_prefix . 'open<CR><C-w>J:exe printf(":normal %d\<lt>c-w>_", b:height)<CR>'
" Interpretation:
" :let b:height=winheight(0)<CR> Get the height of the quickfix/location list window
" <CR><C-w> Open the current item in a new split
" <C-w>H Slam the newly opened window against the left edge
" :copen<CR> -or- :lopen<CR> Open either the quickfix window or the location list (whichever we were using)
" <C-w>J Slam the quickfix/location list window against the bottom edge
" :exe printf(":normal %d\<lt>c-w>_", b:height)<CR> Restore the quickfix/location list window's height from before we opened the match
if g:ag_mapping_message && l:apply_mappings
echom "ag.vim keys: q=quit <cr>/e/t/h/v=enter/edit/tab/split/vsplit go/T/H/gv=preview versions of same"
endif
endif
else " Close the split window automatically:
cclose
lclose
echohl WarningMsg
echom 'No matches for "'.a:args.'"'
echohl None
endif
endfunction
function! ag#AgFromSearch(cmd, args)
let search = getreg('/')
" translate vim regular expression to perl regular expression.
let search = substitute(search,'\(\\<\|\\>\)','\\b','g')
call ag#Ag(a:cmd, '"' . search .'" '. a:args)
endfunction
function! ag#GetDocLocations()
let dp = ''
for p in split(&runtimepath,',')
let p = p.'doc/'
if isdirectory(p)
let dp = p.'*.txt '.dp
endif
endfor
return dp
endfunction
function! ag#AgHelp(cmd,args)
let args = a:args.' '.ag#GetDocLocations()
call ag#Ag(a:cmd,args)
endfunction
function! s:guessProjectRoot()
let l:splitsearchdir = split(getcwd(), "/")
while len(l:splitsearchdir) > 2
let l:searchdir = '/'.join(l:splitsearchdir, '/').'/'
for l:marker in ['.rootdir', '.git', '.hg', '.svn', 'bzr', '_darcs', 'build.xml']
" found it! Return the dir
if filereadable(l:searchdir.l:marker) || isdirectory(l:searchdir.l:marker)
return l:searchdir
endif
endfor
let l:splitsearchdir = l:splitsearchdir[0:-2] " Splice the list to get rid of the tail directory
endwhile
" Nothing found, fallback to current working dir
return getcwd()
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*ag.txt* Plugin that integrates ag with Vim
==============================================================================
INTRODUCTION *ag*
This plugin is a front for the_silver_searcher: ag. Ag can be used as a
replacement for ack. This plugin will allow you to run ag from vim, and shows
the results in a split window.
:Ag[!] [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:Ag*
Search recursively in {directory} (which defaults to the current
directory) for the {pattern}. Behaves just like the |:grep| command, but
will open the |Quickfix| window for you. If [!] is not given the first
error is jumped to.
:AgBuffer[!] [options] {pattern} *:AgBuffer*
Search for {pattern} in all open buffers. Behaves just like the |:grep|
command, but will open the |Quickfix| window for you. If [!] is not given
the first error is jumped to.
Note: this will not find changes in modified buffers, since ag can only
find what is on disk! You can save buffers automatically when searching
with the 'autowrite' option. A buffer will be ignored if it is a directory
(an explorer, like netrw).
:AgAdd [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:AgAdd*
Just like |:Ag|, but instead of making a new list, the matches are
appended to the current |quickfix| list.
:AgFromSearch [{directory}] *:AgFromSearch*
Just like |:Ag| but the pattern is from previous search.
:LAg [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:LAg*
Just like |:Ag| but instead of the |quickfix| list, matches are placed in
the current |location-list|.
:LAgBuffer [options] {pattern} *:LAgBuffer*
Just like |:AgBuffer| but instead of the |quickfix| list, matches are
placed in the current |location-list|.
:LAgAdd [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:LAgAdd*
Just like |:AgAdd| but instead of the |quickfix| list, matches are added
to the current |location-list|
:AgFile [options] {pattern} [{directory}] *:AgFile*
Search recursively in {directory} (which defaults to the current
directory) for filenames matching the {pattern}. Behaves just like the
|:grep| command, but will open the |Quickfix| window for you.
:AgHelp[!] [options] {pattern} *:AgHelp*
Search vim documentation files for the {pattern}. Behaves just like the
|:Ag| command, but searches only vim documentation .txt files
:LAgHelp [options] {pattern} *:LAgHelp*
Just like |:AgHelp| but instead of the |quickfix| list, matches are placed
in the current |location-list|.
Files containing the search term will be listed in the split window, along
with the line number of the occurrence, once for each occurrence. <Enter> on a
line in this window will open the file, and place the cursor on the matching
line.
See http://geoff.greer.fm/2011/12/27/the-silver-searcher-better-than-ack/ for
more information.
==============================================================================
OPTIONS *ag-options*
*g:ag_prg*
The location of the Ag program, and any options you want passed to it before
searching. Default: "ag --vimgrep" (for parsable output). Example: >
let g:ag_prg="ag --vimgrep --smart-case"
<
Note: the `--vimgrep` option was added in Ag 0.25.0. If ag.vim detects that
you're using a lower version, the following default will be used instead: >
let g:ag_prg="ag --column --nogroup --noheading"
<
This works around inconsistent behaviors in earlier Ag versions, but it is
recommended that you upgrade if possible for a better experience. `--vimgrep`
supports multiple matches on the same line of text, for example.
For background, see: https://github.com/rking/ag.vim/pull/88
*g:ag_working_path_mode*
A mapping that describes where ag will be run. Default is the current working
directory. Specifying 'r' as the argument will tell it to run from the project
rootdirectory. For now any other mapping will result to the default.
Example:
let g:ag_working_path_mode='r'
*g:ag_highlight*
If 1, highlight the search terms after searching. Default: 0. Example: >
let g:ag_highlight=1
<
*g:ag_format*
Format to recognize the matches. See 'errorformat' for more info. Default:
"%f" when searching for files, "%f:%l:%c:%m" if not otherwise set. For
example, if your `g:ag_prg` is set to just "ag" (no column numbers in the
output, so when you jump to a match your cursor will be on the start of the
line): >
let g:ag_format="%f:%l:%m"
<
*g:ag_apply_lmappings*
Whether or not to add custom mappings to location list windows opened by this
plugin. Only applies if you're using the location list. Default 1. Example: >
let g:ag_apply_lmappings=0
<
*g:ag_apply_qmappings*
Whether or not to add custom mappings to quickfix windows opened by this
plugin. Only applies if you're using the error list. Default 1. Example: >
let g:ag_apply_qmappings=0
<
*g:ag_lhandler*
A custom command used to open the location list after it's populated.
Default: "botright lopen". You might want to set this to change where the
location list is opened, or what size it is. Example: >
let g:ag_lhandler="topleft lopen"
<
*g:ag_qhandler*
A custom command used to open the error list after it's populated. Default:
"botright copen". You might want to set this to change where the quickfix
window is opened, or what size it is. Example: >
let g:ag_qhandler="copen 20"
<
*g:ag_mapping_message*
Whether or not to show the message explaining the extra mappings that are
added to the results list this plugin populates. This message is not shown if
the mappings are not applied (see |g:ag_apply_qmappings| and
|g:ag_apply_lmappings| for more info. Default 1. Example: >
let g:ag_mapping_message=0
<
==============================================================================
MAPPINGS *ag-mappings*
The following keyboard shortcuts are available in the quickfix window:
e open file and close the quickfix window.
o open file (same as enter).
go preview file (open but maintain focus on ag.vim results).
t open in a new tab.
T open in new tab silently.
h open in horizontal split.
H open in horizontal split silently.
v open in vertical split.
gv open in vertical split silently.
q close the quickfix window.
vim:tw=78:fo=tcq2:ft=help:norl:

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@ -1,11 +0,0 @@
" NOTE: You must, of course, install ag / the_silver_searcher
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=file Ag call ag#Ag('grep<bang>',<q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=file AgBuffer call ag#AgBuffer('grep<bang>',<q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=file AgAdd call ag#Ag('grepadd<bang>', <q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=file AgFromSearch call ag#AgFromSearch('grep<bang>', <q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=file LAg call ag#Ag('lgrep<bang>', <q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=file LAgBuffer call ag#AgBuffer('lgrep<bang>',<q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=file LAgAdd call ag#Ag('lgrepadd<bang>', <q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=file AgFile call ag#Ag('grep<bang> -g', <q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=help AgHelp call ag#AgHelp('grep<bang>',<q-args>)
command! -bang -nargs=* -complete=help LAgHelp call ag#AgHelp('lgrep<bang>',<q-args>)

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@ -384,7 +384,7 @@ function! snipMate#DefaultPool(scopes, trigger, result) abort
let s:lookup_state.extends = []
for expr in s:snippet_filenames(scope, escape(a:trigger, "*[]?{}`'$|#%"))
for path in g:snipMate.snippet_dirs
for path in s:snippet_dirs()
for file in s:Glob(path, expr)
source `=file`
endfor
@ -416,6 +416,10 @@ fun! snipMate#GetSnippets(scopes, trigger) abort
return result
endf
function! s:snippet_dirs() abort
return get(g:snipMate, 'snippet_dirs', split(&rtp, ','))
endfunction
function! snipMate#OpenSnippetFiles() abort
let files = []
let scopes_done = []
@ -425,7 +429,7 @@ function! snipMate#OpenSnippetFiles() abort
let files += s:snippet_filenames(scope, '')
endfor
call filter(files, "v:val !~# '\\*'")
for path in g:snipMate.snippet_dirs
for path in s:snippet_dirs()
let fullpaths = map(copy(files), 'printf("%s/%s", path, v:val)')
let exists += filter(copy(fullpaths), 'filereadable(v:val)')
let notexists += map(filter(copy(fullpaths),

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@ -93,8 +93,7 @@ endif
let g:snipMate['get_snippets'] = get(g:snipMate, 'get_snippets', funcref#Function("snipMate#GetSnippets"))
" List of paths where snippets/ dirs are located
let g:snipMate['snippet_dirs'] = get(g:snipMate, 'snippet_dirs', split(&rtp, ','))
if type(g:snipMate['snippet_dirs']) != type([])
if exists('g:snipMate.snippet_dirs') && type(g:snipMate['snippet_dirs']) != type([])
echohl WarningMsg
echom "g:snipMate['snippet_dirs'] must be a List"
echohl None

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@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ from os import path
#--- Globals ----------------------------------------------
PLUGINS = """
ag.vim https://github.com/rking/ag.vim
ack.vim https://github.com/mileszs/ack.vim
bufexplorer https://github.com/corntrace/bufexplorer
ctrlp.vim https://github.com/ctrlpvim/ctrlp.vim
mayansmoke https://github.com/vim-scripts/mayansmoke

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@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
" http://amix.dk - amix@amix.dk
"
" Version:
" 5.0 - 29/05/12 15:43:36
" 6.0 - 01/04/17 14:24:34
"
" Blog_post:
" http://amix.dk/blog/post/19691#The-ultimate-Vim-configuration-on-Github
@ -313,36 +313,6 @@ if has("autocmd")
endif
"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""
" => Ag searching and cope displaying
" requires ag.vim - it's much better than vimgrep/grep
"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""
" When you press gv you Ag after the selected text
vnoremap <silent> gv :call VisualSelection('gv', '')<CR>
" Open Ag and put the cursor in the right position
map <leader>g :Ag
" When you press <leader>r you can search and replace the selected text
vnoremap <silent> <leader>r :call VisualSelection('replace', '')<CR>