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Re: % can't make cursor from one quote to its corresponding quote?

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  • Dominique Pellé
    ... Hi The plugin does not let configure it, but it s easy enough to edit ~/.vim/plugin/SyntaxMotion.vim and change the mappings. To use hh and ll instead of
    Message 1 of 8 , Aug 6, 2010
      H Xu <xusubsc@...> wrote:

      >  On 2010/8/6 13:16, Dominique Pellé wrote:
      >>
      >> H Xu wrote:
      >>
      >>> On 2010/8/5 21:08, Ryan Williams wrote:
      >>>>
      >>>> % can't make cursor jump from one quote to its corresponding quote?
      >>>
      >>> You may be interested in the surround.vim plugin - it doesn't have the %
      >>> behavior you want, but it has many commands that may accomplish what
      >>> you're
      >>> trying to do.
      >>>
      >>> http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=1697
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      >>> Hello Ryan Williams,
      >>>
      >>> I already have this plugin installed, but this is really not
      >>> what  I need. What I need is a quick jump from one quote
      >>>  to another. But still thank you very much.
      >>
      >> You can try the SyntaxMotion plugin.  It does something
      >> close to what you need:
      >>
      >> http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=2965
      >>
      >> It moves the cursor  to the beginning or end of the syntax group where
      >> cursor is located (or more exactly, the the beginning of the syntax
      >> highlighting color).  So when cursor is inside a string "..._...",
      >> pressing
      >> <Leader><Left>   (that's  2 keys, by default it's \  and<Left>) moves to
      >> the beginning of the string (i.e. the start quote).  It works for any
      >> other syntax groups.  For example, when in a comment, pressing
      >> \<Left>  will move to the beginning of the comment.
      >>
      >> -- Dominique
      >>
      > Hello,
      >
      > Thank you!  This plugin is useful. Can I bind the command to other keys in
      > my vimrc, such as
      > \hh and \ll?
      >
      > Regards,
      > Hong Xu

      Hi

      The plugin does not let configure it, but it's easy enough to edit
      ~/.vim/plugin/SyntaxMotion.vim and change the mappings.

      To use \hh and \ll instead of \<left> an \<right> simply replace
      the following lines....

      nnoremap <silent> <Leader><left> :<c-u>call SyntaxMotion('B', 'n',
      v:count1)<cr>
      vnoremap <silent> <Leader><left> :<c-u>call SyntaxMotion('B', 'v',
      v:count1)<cr>
      nnoremap <silent> <Leader><right> :<c-u>call SyntaxMotion('F', 'n',
      v:count1)<cr>
      vnoremap <silent> <Leader><right> :<c-u>call SyntaxMotion('F', 'v',
      v:count1)<cr>
      ...
      vnoremap <silent> a<left> :<c-u>call SyntaxVisualSelect('b')<cr>
      vnoremap <silent> a<right> :<c-u>call SyntaxVisualSelect('f')<cr>

      ... into...

      nnoremap <silent> <Leader>hh :<c-u>call SyntaxMotion('B', 'n', v:count1)<cr>
      vnoremap <silent> <Leader>hh :<c-u>call SyntaxMotion('B', 'v', v:count1)<cr>
      nnoremap <silent> <Leader>ll :<c-u>call SyntaxMotion('F', 'n', v:count1)<cr>
      vnoremap <silent> <Leader>ll :<c-u>call SyntaxMotion('F', 'v', v:count1)<cr>
      ...
      vnoremap <silent> ahh :<c-u>call SyntaxVisualSelect('b')<cr>
      vnoremap <silent> all :<c-u>call SyntaxVisualSelect('f')<cr>

      -- Dominique

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