128101Re: Nesting an already defined menu in a menu
- Jan 4, 2012Neat module you have there. Thanks.
Hm, I was also eyeing the output of `menu $menu` as a possibility, but
it just seemed too painful to parse at the moment. It would have been
nice if vim had this built in - feels more like a core function,
rather than something that scripts like yours should provide (imho).
Either way, something like ftmenu#MoveMenu and ftmenu#CaptureMenu
would be a nice addition to one of the vim script libraries (l9, tlib,
On Jan 3, 12:30 pm, Marko Mahnič <marko.mah...@...> wrote:
> On Jan 3, 12:46 am, gvalkov <georgi.t.val...@...> wrote:
> > Is it possible to nest a menu that has already been defined (say, in a
> > plugin) under another menu (say, PopUp)?
> It is possible. In fact I implemented something like this in a plugin
> (FileType Menu) which was never published on vim.org. The code is
> From the docs:
> FileType Menu plugin implements a menu that changes its contents based
> on the 'filetype' of the current buffer.
> 3. Moving menus around
> The ftmenu plugin exposes some functions that enable the user to move
> a menu
> to a different location in the menu structure. This can be useful when
> plugins are installed that create their own top-level menus which can
> make the
> menubar too large.
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