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A set of mappings for HTML, XML, PHP, ASP, eRuby, JSP, and more (formerly allml)
This plugin started out as a set of personal mappings, but there was enough enjoyment among those I shared it with for me to clean it up and release it.
A huge variety of filetypes are supported: html, xhtml, wml, xml, xslt, xsd, jsp, php, aspperl, aspvbs, cf, mason, htmldjango, and eruby. (Let me know if I missed any). Some features take note of the filetype and adapt to it.
Maps for editing tags are provided. This includes a couple of
make last word into a tag pair maps, a doctype map (inserts <?xml ...?> in XML), a
close last tag map, and a few extra goodies.
For templating languages (ASP, PHP, etc.), there are maps for inserting template code. The maps are dependent on the filetype: in ASP, you get
<% %> and
<%= %>, in PHP,
<?php ?> and
<?php print ?>, etc. If said template language has a comment syntax, there is a map for it, otherwise, that map points to
Maps for XML/HTML escaping and URL encoding have been moved to unimpaired.vim.
Copyright (c) Tim Pope. Distributed under the same terms as Vim itself.