[Vimperator] vimperatorrc

Lars Kindler lars.kindler at stud.uni-goettingen.de
Tue Apr 24 12:37:14 PDT 2007


I played around with the example vimperatorrc, and added rough functions 
to reassign mappings and examples
for the usage of these. This is not ready for the extension itself, just 
for testing and playing around, but
if people would like to (re)assign keys now and are not afraid to look 
into the source for functions, this might
be a solution for the time being.

Martin Stubenschrott wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 20, 2007 at 10:08:15PM +0300, Виктор Кожухаров wrote:
>> Btw, i think the current approach of using javascript files for rc files
>> is a bit wrong.
>> The biggest problem is that the ex command the users know might/will not
>> be the same as the javascript commands. The second bigest problem is
>> that the syntax is wrong.
>> For instance, consider this:
>> set noshowmode
>> open example.com
>> would be
>> set('noshowmode');
>> OpenURLs('example.com');
>> I don't think that's what we want. A better solution is to write a
>> parser command that parses the ex style commands and translates them to
>> javascript so that the extension will understand them. The parser should
>> already be available, since it's used in the command line. Also, since
>> we practically have a javascript interpreter, we should also have
>> a :javascript (and :js for short) command to execute javascript commands
>> and :javascript (:js) << EOF support. This is much like the :perl
>> and :perl <<EOF support for vim with the perl interpreter built-in. And
>> the :execute command should be changed to eval strings as ex commands,
>> like vim, and not javascript commands
> I agree with you in this regard completly.
> However, I think that's (especially the :js << EOF support) is more
> complicated as you might think. And without that, one would lose the
> possibility to define user-defined javascript functions, which I think
> is essential to have in a .vimperatorrc.
> I added it to the TODO, but with quite low priority.
> If you think it isn't that much work, I'm looking forward for a patch :)
> --
> Martin
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