Re: Need help with html plugins etc.
- I've never seen that functionality in vi before, I'll give it a look.
I think there's a template package for vi, look it up on http://www.vim.org/scripts/
On May 16, 11:10 am, David Reed <david.ree...@...> wrote:
> I have just recently been introduced to Vim and I'm loving it so far. I was
> able to get Latex going, and I like the support for it and all the macros
> that are available, it makes it really easy.
> Before I continue, I am NOT using MacVim, I would like to stick to the
> terminal window if I can.
> I want to start writing html more efficiently but am having problems
> understanding how to get started. I see that Mac comes with a vim package
> already installed with many plugins. Under ftplugin I see html.vim and I
> have tried to decipher it, but with no luck.
> It appears it is able to do things like tag complete, so if I type <html> a
> closing </html> automatically is written.
> Is this what it is doing? If so how can I get it to load?
> I also wanted to ask how to generate a macro that will automatically
> generate all the basic tags for an html page if I create a brand new html
> I appreciate all the help and look forward to hearing back from someone.
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