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Defines text objects to target text after the designated characters.
vim-after-object does not define any mappings by default. You have to enable mappings you want.
autocmd VimEnter * call after_object#enable('=', ':', '-', '#', ' ')
For each character, a pair of mappings are defined; the default mapping with
a-prefix (mnemonic for after) and the one with
aa-prefix for backward
search. The latter is only used when the character appears more than once in
To use different prefixes, pass an optional list to
" ]= and [= instead of a= and aa= autocmd VimEnter * call after_object#enable([']', '['], '=', ':')
# va= visual after = # ca= change after = # da= delete after = # ya= yank after = apple = 'juice'
When the line contains multiple occurrences of the character, you can move the
visual selection forward by repeating
a=, or backward with
mappings can be preceded by a count. Refer to the test cases for the details.