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bibFindIndex : Jump to an index in an alphabetically ordered file

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created by
Tom Link
 
script type
ftplugin
 
description
This is a small ftplugin that helps jumping to a key in a bibtex file.
It assumes a bibtex file that is alphabethically ordered by the bibitem
key. Maybe some people will find this useful.

Type <LocalLeader>g and a bibtex-key you want to find.
Type <LocalLeader>n to jump to the next key in line.

Example use:

If the keys in the file were:
    
    @article{aa,
    ...}
    @article{ab
    ...}
    @article{aba
    ...}
    @article{ac
    ...}

then '<LL>gab<cr>' would take you to "ab" but '<LL>nab<cr>' to "ac".
Actually BibGotoNextIndex is the main reason for why I wrote this one.

If g:bibFindIndexAllowSpaces is true, the "entry head" may include whitespace.
(I'm not sure if this is legal bibtex, though.)
 
install details
Copy the file to ~/.vim/ftplugin/bib/

Also available via git
http://github.com/tomtom/vimtlib/tree/master
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
bibFindIndex.vim 0.1 2005-11-29 6.0 Tom Link Initial upload
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