Sunday, August 26, 2007

TownkVisualMarks (development report)

First of all, let me explain what this plugin is:

Its a plugin that puts visual marks on a text file that could be persistent (a.k.a. Bookmarks), dynamics (warning, error and info) or temporaries (quick bookmarks).

As you could see the TownkVisualMarks has (at least until version 1.0) 5 marks that could be inserted into some text file, they are:

  • Information
  • Warning
  • Error
  • Bookmark
  • Quick Bookmark
Three of this marks (information, warning and error) are only inserted into the text through a dynamic way. This means that, like OmniFuncions, a predefined function is called when a buffer is read or saved to know where to put these marks.

The "Bookmark" mark is the one that is persistent, this mean that if you put a Bookmark into any text file, no mater if you turn Vim off or not, this mark will be saved into your .vimfile (only if you have the "!" option added to viminfo option).

If you want just a quick book mark to a file that you are editing right now, than the "Quick Bookmark" mark is for you. This mark is just like a Bookmark but it is not stored on your .viminfo file.

Well, probably this coming week I'll post some more news about this, keep tunned!


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