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'''Possible tweaks for closetag.vim:'''
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{{ScriptComments|closetag: functions and mappings to close open HTML/XML tags}}
   
'''1) Leave the cursor just before the close tag.'''
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==Possible tweaks for closetag.vim==
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*Leave the cursor just before the close tag. This way you can invoke the close tag just after typing the opening tag, leaving the cursor automatically in the middle for filling the tag with the content.
   
This way you can invoke the close tag just after typing the opening tag, leaving the cursor automatically in the middle for filling the tag with the content.
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<pre>
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return "</".tag.">"
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</pre>
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to:
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<pre>
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return "</".tag.">\<esc>bbli"
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</pre>
   
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*Use Ctrl+> instead of Ctrl+_ for invoking the script. It's faster, as > is the last character you type in the opening tag and you already have the finger there!
return "</".tag.">"
 
   
with:
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In the script replace <C-_> with <C-\>. --March 31, 2012
return "</".tag.">\<esc>bbli"
 
   
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==Comments==
 
'''2) Use Ctrl+> instead of Ctrl+_ for invoking the script'''
 
 
Is faster, as > is the last character you type in the opening tag and you already have the finger there! :-)
 
 
In the script replace <C-_> by <C-\>
 

Latest revision as of 07:40, April 1, 2012

Use this page to discuss script 13 closetag: functions and mappings to close open HTML/XML tags

  • Add constructive comments, bug reports, or discuss improvements (see the guideline).
  • Do not document the script here (the author should do that on vim.org).
  • This page may be out of date: check the script's vim.org page above, and its release notes.

Possible tweaks for closetag.vimEdit

  • Leave the cursor just before the close tag. This way you can invoke the close tag just after typing the opening tag, leaving the cursor automatically in the middle for filling the tag with the content.

Change the line:

    return "</".tag.">"

to:

    return "</".tag.">\<esc>bbli"
  • Use Ctrl+> instead of Ctrl+_ for invoking the script. It's faster, as > is the last character you type in the opening tag and you already have the finger there!

In the script replace <C-_> with <C-\>. --March 31, 2012

CommentsEdit

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