Re: A plugin that works like Hyperlink Helper from TextMate?
- On Thu, Feb 7, 2013, at 7:32, Christian Brabandt wrote:
> On Wed, February 6, 2013 23:11, Niels Kobschätzki wrote:If I read that correctly that plug-in is actually for enabling links in
> > Hi,
> > TextMate has a bundle that is called Hyperlink Helper. Its function is
> > that I can highlight a passage of text and then either via a command
> > make a link out of it with the content of the clipboard as URL or that
> > the passage is searched via google, wikipedia or yahoo and an
> > appropriate link is created. The interesting thing is that the style of
> > the link depends on the set syntax. Thus when I use the bundle with a
> > Markdown-file the link becomes a Markdown-link, if I use it in an
> > HTML-file a link in the format of HTML created.
> > Does anybody know if there's a plug-in for vim that has a similar
> > functionality?
> > Thanks,
> You could try the utl plugin
plain-text to work and not add all like the functionality I was
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