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99960Re: possible to make iskeyword supports multibyte charactor?

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  • StarWing
    Jan 2, 2009
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      okay,i think Vim can developed to support word-table when ^n^p and
      fFtT, e.g:
      chinese.vim " this is a chinese word-table file:
      beginwordtable chinese <<EOF "this is a command
      this leisi
      an an
      apple aipo
      and ande
      other ade
      is yizi
      or wuwo

      " first col is word of chinese, second col is the word in pinyin
      (sound) or input-method.

      and we can set a option named "wordtable": set wordtable=chinese

      so, if i input: thisisanappleandother, Vim will know "this" is a word,
      and so as "is", "an", "apple", etc.
      and, if i want find an, i press "fa" or "fan", the cursor will goto
      "an", or "and", etc, i think it's no easy to make f operator to
      support multi-input(Vim don't know how many word will be input, so,
      vim can't transaction at once).

      can bram or anyone could implement it? and this function can conbime
      with the spell-check function of Vim.

      On 1月2日, 下午9时39分, Tony Mechelynck <antoine.mechely...@...>
      > On 02/01/09 11:30, anhnmncb wrote:
      > > Ping!
      > If you don't get a reply on this ML, the meaning usually is not that
      > nobody saw the question, but rather that nobody knows the answer. Search
      > the help first, then try to make your question clearer if the help
      > doesn't give you an answer (in this case it does, see below).
      > > On 2008-12-31, anhnmncb wrote:
      > >> On 2008-12-31, anhnmncb wrote:
      > >>> Hi, list,
      > >>> when I type Chinese text in vim, I find it's unconvenient for completing
      > >>> Chinese word with C-p/n, because a Chinese word is not seperated by space but
      > >>> some charactors like "and", "or" and others(I use English to reprent a Chinese
      > >>> charactor), so a Chinese sententce will like this:
      > >>> ThisIsAChineseWordInSentence.(This is a Chinese word in sentence.)
      > >>> When I have typed "ThisIsAChineseWordIn", now if I want to type Sen<C-p> then
      > >>> vim can't complete word "Sentence" for me. So I think if iskeyword supports
      > >>> adding Chinese charactor to itself, for example(My client doesn't support
      > >>> Chinese, so I use "and" to represent a Chinese charactor):
      > >>> set iskeyword+="and"
      > >> I meant set iskeyword-="and".
      > >>> then autocompletion will be without problem with Chinese. I don't know if it
      > >>> is easy to handle?
      > >> Also, it will let me can navigate quicker in a long Chinese sentence, now I
      > >> have to use /? or fFtT or some hjkls then input a Chinese charactor(sometimes
      > >> To input a Chinese charactor needs to type at least 3 english charactor).
      > For the meaning of its settings, ":help 'iskeyword'" resends to ":help
      > 'isfname'" where it is said:
      > > Multi-byte characters 256 and above are always included, only the
      > > characters up to 255 are specified with this option.
      > > For UTF-8 the characters 0xa0 to 0xff are included as well.
      > IOW it is not possible to treat some hanzi as 'iskeyword' characters and
      > others not. I think the above means that even the "ideographic
      > full-width space" U+3000 is treated as a keyword character, OTOH I
      > wouldn't affirm this without an experiment (maybe Vim with +multi_byte
      > knows about the main divisions of the Unicode codepoint range).
      > Since I found no satisfactory way to use the IM (which _is_ installed on
      > my system), I need at least 6 keystrokes to input any hanzi: for
      > instance, for the simplest of them all, the digit one, 一 yi1 U+4E00, I
      > need (after getting into Insert mode) to press Ctrl-V u 4 e 0 0 -- or
      > else, I can use copy-paste if I can find it ready-made in some document.
      > Best regards,
      > Tony.
      > --
      > Paradise is exactly like where you are right now ... only much, much
      > better.
      > -- Laurie Anderson
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