Re: using mac drawers to display a directory
- It would also be great, to add a graphical interface to plugins.
A personal favorite would be, to use Nicolas' drawer for the
project.vim plugin, which I use a lot.
Not sure if that would add alot of overhead/make source diverge from
the default vim sources, but hey, just a thought.
On 3/25/07, Niklas Lindström <lindstream@...> wrote:
> While I do agree that it would be unfortunate to diverge from standard
> Vim, this would be really good to have. I don't have the list in my
> head, but this shouldn't be too far from some item in the wishlist for
> future Vim.
> Just for completeness, how about something like:
> :browsepanel <path>
> Which would open "something" from which one could select files. A
> "select" (double-click) would call ":e <path>" if path is a file, else
> expand tree (use ":browsepanel <otherpath>" for switching dir).
> Finally, ":browsepanel" w/o arg would close/toggle it.
> Just off the top of my head, since I really like the idea.. (Though
> this may lead to the slippery slope of IDE-like complexities I guess.
> And then there will be the "how to work netrw into this". Still, we've
> had ":browse" for years now..)
> Best regards,
> On 3/25/07, Nicolas Weber <nicolasweber@...> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > > I really appreciate the drawer functionality for organizing the tabs
> > > in macvim. I was wondering if it would be possible to tweak the drawer
> > > to display the contents of a certain directory in a tree view?
> > everything is possible :-P We shouldn't diverge too much from
> > standard vim though, I guess...
> > > There are probably more pressing things to implement, so even if
> > > someone
> > > could point me to the appropriate source code file, it would be much
> > > appreciated.
> > The source file is vim-root/src/gui_mac.c, the tab stuff is at the
> > bottom (provided you already applied the tabs patch :-P).
> > HTH,
> > Nico