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114179Re: Left-align after separator on status line?

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  • Nathan Neff
    May 1, 2010
      On Sat, May 1, 2010 at 2:32 AM, Gary Johnson <garyjohn@...> wrote:
      > On 2010-04-30, Nathan Neff wrote:
      >> Currently, I have the status line displaying Vim's
      >> current working directory.
      >> I like having the cwd on the right side of the status line.
      >> I would like to align the cwd as far left to the separator
      >> as possible, so that it doesn't shift around when I navigate
      >> from column 1 to column 10, (likewise row 1 to row 10).
      >> I've tried many variations of the sprintf syntax, and can't get
      >> the current working directory not to shift around depending on the
      >> line # and col # that I'm on.
      >> Any ideas?
      >> function! MyStatusLine()
      >>     let l:statline = '%='                     "left/right separator
      >>     let l:statline = l:statline . '%-20{" | " . fnamemodify(getcwd(),
      >> ":t") . " | "}'
      >>     let l:statline = l:statline . '%l, %v of %L'      "cursor line/total lines
      >>     return l:statline
      >> endfunction
      >> " Status Line
      >> set laststatus=2
      >> set statusline=%!MyStatusLine()
      > It's been a while since I wrote this, so I don't remember off-hand
      > what all the format specifiers mean, but this 'statusline' looks
      > like the default 'statusline' with 'ruler' set and with the addition
      > of the name of the current function displayed at the right side of
      > the status line, just left of the line and column numbers.  The
      > function name--the return value of TagName()--does not shift when
      > the line and column numbers change.  You should be able to replace
      > TagName() with a function that returns the cwd and get the behavior
      > you want.
      >    let &statusline='%<%f %(%h%m%r %)%=%{TagName()} %-15.15(%l,%c%V%)%P'
      > Regards,
      > Gary

      Thank you very much -- this works exactly like I want!

      The 'foo' in my status bar stays in the same column
      in both the situations below:

      foo line 100 column 200
      foo line 1 column 1

      Thanks again,

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