Re: How to get completion candidates in files in 'dictionary' option?
- On Thu, 15 Nov 2012 03:20:53 +0800, glts wrote:
> HiThanks glts, it's a way, but if the file is large, the speed of reading a
>> For example, I have a string "foo", I want to get its completion
>> candidates like doing i_ctrl-x_ctrl-k after word "foo", but I don't want
>> to do this by hand, I want to get the candidate list and use it in
> There is no Vim script function to extract the lines from the popup
> However, as you realize, Ctrl-X Ctrl-K in insert mode gets its data from
> the files specified with the 'dictionary' option. You could extract your
> data directly from those files, couldn't you?
> Or, if the 'dictionary' option is empty, then the completion data comes
> from the spell files for the current spelling language. Again you could
> try to get your data directly from the spell files.
> That's all I've got. Maybe somebody else has a better idea ...
file and extracting it would be very slow, that's why I'm searching a way
to get the result from vim dictionary feature.
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