113513Re: What plugin would do this?
- Apr 2, 2010I think what you need is a code snippets plugin.
There're at least 4-5 plugins that can do that.
You can search these plugin names in vim.org
XPTemplate, Snipmate, UltiSnips, Codecomplete, snippetsEmu
UltiSnips need python, I didn't tried it.
My favourite is Snipmate, because I think its snippet's syntax is the
most elegant one.
On 4月2日, 上午9时51分, MK <halfcountp...@...> wrote:
> I'm positive some of you already do this, and I wanna too ;) so bear
> with me.
> I map some F-keys with stuff like
> :imap <f2> for(i=0;i ;i++)
> :imap <f3> vector< >::iterator it = xxx.begin(), end = xxx.end()
> :imap <f4> while (my ($k,$v) = each %
> I'd have a about a hundred of those if I could use a popup menu, ala
> completion ctrl-n/p, just a alphebetized list.
> How can I do that?
> MK <halfcountp...@...>
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