113527Re: What plugin would do this?
- Apr 2, 2010Excerpts from vfantasie's message of Fri Apr 02 10:41:02 +0200 2010:
> I think what you need is a code snippets plugin.If you go the snipmate way try installing snipmate using
vim-addon-manager because you'll get my patched version then.
You can prevent tlib plugins from loading this way:
But most tlib plugins are very nice. If you don't know them yet you
should have a look at them.
May patched version of snipmate provides a new command:
SnipMateOpenSnippetFiles which will help you open your snippets files
faster and add well indented snippets easier. Eg you don't care about
inedntation. You just select your code in a snippets file visually and
press <cr> to replace spaces by tabs.
Also when adding a new snippets you don't have to reload snippets.
Snippets are loaded lazily. So snippets are updated whenever you
write the snippets file. Those features provide much value to me.
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