unimpaired.vim : Pairs of handy bracket mappings
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|Much of unimpaired.vim was extracted from my vimrc when I noticed a pattern: complementary pairs of mappings. They fall into three categories.
There are mappings which are simply short normal mode aliases for commonly used ex commands. ]q is :cnext. [q is :cprevious. ]a is :next. [b is :bprevious. See the documentation for the full set of 16 mappings and mnemonics. All of them take a count.
There are linewise mappings. [<Space> and ]<Space> add newlines before and after the cursor line. [e and ]e exchange the current line with the one above or below it.
There are mappings for encoding and decoding. [x and ]x encode and decode XML (and HTML). [u and ]u encode and decode URLs. [y and ]y do C String style escaping.
Oh, and there's also [f and ]f to go to the previous/next file in the directory, and [n and ]n to go between SCM conflict markers.
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||Add repeat.vim support.
Add [t and ]t for :tprev and :tnext.
Add [n and ]n for jumping between conflict markers.
Add [<C-Q> and ]<C-Q> for :cpfile and :cnfile.
Add [<C-L> and ]<C-L> for :lpfile and :lnfile.
Deprecate [o and ]o in favor of new maps [f and ]f.
Improve robustness of [f and ]f.
Improve robustness of [e and ]e.
Fix unescaping of "\a" and "\$".
Work around `unnamedplus' in clipboard.
Expose API for custom encoding algorithms.
||Add <Plug> aliases for all mappings.
Skip swap files with ]o and [o.
Accept a count with [e and ]e.