54136Re: More request for 2html :)
- Apr 30, 2009On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 07:05:53AM -0700, Ben Fritz wrote:
>I have used it some time too from when you posted a full version here :)
> On Apr 29, 10:22 pm, "Wu, Yue" <vano...@...> wrote:
> > Ok, 2html now has supported folding, thanks for nice work, so fantasic!
> No doubt you're referring to the patch in this thread:
> Unfortunately, I notice it is still not in the official runtime. Last
> I heard, Bram was still looking for comments. I'm glad you've found it
> useful! I myself have used it a few times, once or twice to highlight
> sections of code for people, and a few times to record/distribute a
> syntax-highlighted and nicely folded :make output. I don't usually
> distribute any outlining or note taking that I've done in Vim, but if
> I did I'd probably use this feature for that as well.
Still something I don't like: foldcolumn is too wide, actually I like to hide
them at all, and I think if I can click the header text of a level of folding
to fold and unfold would be more convenient for using.
>I don't know the web relating technology, but I think 2html can use the tag
> > new feature request comes :) If 2html supports translating the tags jumping
> > to hypertext, it would be much more great.
> I think this would be extremely difficult to do right in Vim script,
> and it is hard to tell exactly how to go about it. I think it would be
> far beyond the scope of 2html.vim, and additionally (if I understand
> you correctly) this is a task that is already accomplished by many
> readily available tools. Just do a google search or poke around on
> sourceforge. "Tags jumping" is kind of open to interpretation, so I'm
> not sure exactly what you want, but there are tools to create html
> with embedded links, tree views, etc. based on all sorts of plaintext
file of the current document, and then make all |foo| and *foo* in the
document as a hypertext? Is it hard to implement?
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