Re: Plugin to continue text at top
- Gísli Freyr Brynjarsson wrote:
> Hi guysHello,
> When I was reading an article the other day I came across a complaint
> from some IT-guy that he missed that today's editors, when they had
> reached last line, couldn't "expand" and continue the file in an
> attached window. In the answers someone said that Vim could infact do
> this. I asked him how it's done but he won't answer me.
> So the plugin/script would work like this:
> Let's say you have a gvim window which, from top to bottom, has 50
> lines. When you finish writing in the 50th line and hit enter GVim
> would automatically make an attached "window" right next to where you
> were writing so the 51st line would go on the top inline with the 1st
> line. I'll try and demonstrate it with a picture with only 5 lines.
> || 1st line || 6th line || 11th line ||
> || 2nd line || 7th line || 12th line ||
> || 3rd line || 8th line || 13th line ||
> || 4th line || 9th line || 14th line ||
> || 5th line || 10th line || 15th line ||
> If this script exists and you know where it can be found than that
> info would be greatly appreciated.
> If on the other hand it doesn't exist than I would appreciate your
> input on how I could, for a lack of a better word, engineer it myself.
You can try mpage.vim out; its not exactly what you're asking for, but:
* let g:mpage_autonxtwin= 1 -- put this into your .vimrc to enable
automatic next-mpage-window advancing when in insert mode
* when editing a file, use :MPage [splits] -- pick how many
mpage-controlled window you want
You may get mpage.vim from
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