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fortran_line_length : According to the file extension of a FORTRAN source file, a valid length is set.

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created by
Caglar Toklu
 
script type
utility
 
description
fortran_line_length.vim
Marks the lines overflowing lines according to the extension of FORTRAN files.

Any characters occurring after this column are considered as error, and are marked so by highlighting.

For screenshots and documentation, please see:
https://github.com/caglartoklu/fortran_line_length.vim
 
install details
For Vundle users:
    Bundle 'caglartoklu/fortran_line_length.vim'

For Pathogen users:
    cd ~/.vim/bundle
    git clone git://github.com/caglartoklu/fortran_line_length.vim

For all other users, simply drop the fortran_line_length.vim file to your plugin directory.
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
fortran_line_length.vim 2013-09-27 2013-09-27 7.0 Caglar Toklu Synchronization version numbers, documentation and content with Github.
fortran_line_length.vim 0.0.3 2010-04-23 6.0 Caglar Toklu - FIX: Loosing the match ID after removing the match in another buffer.
- Priority can be customized.
- Group name can be customized if necessary.
- Script will not load itself if it has been loaded before.
- Script is now respecting the script ID to avoid clashes with others.
fortran_line_length.vim 0.0.2 2009-12-07 6.0 Caglar Toklu - 0.0.2, 2009-12-07
  - The display format for match is now read from the global variable g:FORTRANMatchDisplayFormat instead of hard coded settings.
    Now you can adapt it to your favorite colorscheme within VIMRC without modifiying the plugin itself.
  - The file is saved in UNIX file format instead of Windows
fortran_line_length.vim 0.0.1 2009-11-23 6.0 Caglar Toklu Initial upload
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