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The script is still maintained. I am back and have released 1.1.9-g. --Yuheng Xie, July 30, 2014
One caveat I see with this script is that when using a Regexp you must escape the "+" symbol. Ex: :Mark something_\w+ will not return anything, you must do :Mark something_\w\+
- Why did you expect something different? That's the case for all Vim regular expressions, unless you use the '\v' "very magic" modifier. --Fritzophrenic (talk)