Vim tools for use with Mumps...

Vim tools for use with Mumps...

Post by Sam Habie » Thu, 29 Apr 2010 09:43:39


I better post this now; otherwise, I will just keep postponing this.

We are releasing a bunch of vim tools for Mumps. It's licensed under
AGPL. I am not the author--Jim and David did all the work. Jim's have
been around for some time now (syntax highlighting), David added ctags
functionality and Global Dumps from vim. Yes there are bugs; but if
you spend a lot of time in vim, you will fix those eventually, and
hopefully send back the changes.

Download from this thread on the hardhats group:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

the vim/doc/INSTALL file contains the following:
VIM Mumps Toolkit

What is this?
This kit provides:
- Syntax Highlighting (automatic when you use supplied .vimrc)
- ctags functionality (using traditional ctags keys CTRL-T and CTRL-])
- Global dumps from within vim (using CTRL-K)

Authors:
-- Jim Self
-- David Wicksell

How to Install VIM Mumps toolkit by Sam Habiel

1. Put KBAWDUMP.m (from p directory) in your patches directory or (if
you don't have one) in your regular routine directory.
2. Move the commands in the .vimrc to your .vimrc (in your home
directory), or, if you wish, move the file whole, overwriting yours!
3. Move the commands in the .vim/ folder to your .vim folder (in your
home directory), or alternately the whole files. Here they are:

.vim/scripts.vim
.vim/filetype.vim

.vim/syntax:
mumps.vim

.vim/scripts:
m-gdump.vim
m-datetime.vim
m-ctags.vim

.vim/plugins:

4. If you wish to use ctags functionality, run m-ctags.sh with flag -
w. Takes a long while to run. An example script run_m-ctags.sh is
supplied for a cron job.

Questions?
comp.lang.mumps
 
 
 

Vim tools for use with Mumps...

Post by igotmump » Fri, 30 Apr 2010 01:25:43


> vim/scripts.vim >> vim/filetype.vim> >> > vim/syntax>
> umps.vi>
> vim/script>:
> -gdump.v>m
> -datetime.v>m
> -ctags.v>m >>
> vim/plugi>s:> >
> 4. If you wish to use ctags functionality, run m-ctags.sh with fla> -
> w. Takes a long while to run. An example script run_m-ctags.sh>is
> supplied for a cron j>b.> >
> Questio>s?
> comp.lang.mumps

Awesome! Looking forward to trying this out.

MZ