linglang : Dynamically switch languages/settings in multi-lingual documents
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|The command |:Linglang| installs a buffer-local autocommand that checks
the current line's language. I.e. enabling linglang for the current
buffer won't affect other buffers. If the language of the line under the
cursor changes, a user-defined action (e.g., set spelllang) will be
:Linglang[!] [LANGS ...]
Toggle linglang support for the current buffer.
With [!], suppress message.
- German (latin1, utf8)
In order to add a new language, you'll have to come up with some good
words/regexps to identify it.
Language data is stored in .../autoload/linglang/LANGUAGE.ENCODING
The fileformat is simple:
- one word per line (these will be matched against word borders)
- arbitrary regular expressions: /REGEXP/
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please make sure, you have the current version of vimball
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This script requires hookcursormoved (vimscript #2037) to be installed.
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||- Language patterns are stored in .../autoload/linglang/LANGUAGE.ENCODING
- Respect encoding
- Removed variables: g:linglang_words, g:linglang_patterns, g:linglang_filetypes