Stealing from Padre for Vim part 3
As promised in my last post, I have released a new version of App::EditorTools and have a number of screenshots of the new functionality. This version includes
App::EditorTools::Vim, which provides an easy way to add the vim scripts to integrate the package into Vim.
perl -MApp::EditorTools::Vim -e run > ~/.vim/ftplugin/perl/editortools.vim
And now you should have the following mappings:
- ,pp - Show a menu of the functions availabe from
- ,pL - Lexically rename the variable under the cursor (make sure the cursor is at the start of the variable for now
- ,pP - Rename the package based on the path of the current buffer
- ,pI - Introduce a temporary variable
Here are a few screenshots of these actions:
Lexically Rename Variables:
Rename Package based on the current file's path:
Introduce Temporary Variable
I'd love to hear feedback and any suggestions for future PPI based tools that Vim, Padre and other editors could leverage.
I also have to note that the
editortools-vim script from
App::EditorTools was very easy to put together (although it still needs a fair amount of clean-up work and documentation) since is was based on Ricardo's App::Cmd--very easy to use and feature rich.
** Updated 7/5/09 10:37am: moved the screencasts to an external server and fixed some spelling