tohtml_wincp : Autodetect installed Windows encodings for :TOhtml
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|This plugin will automatically add any encodings which you have installed on
your Microsoft Windows system to the g:html_encoding_override and
g:html_charset_override options of the :TOhtml plugin which is distributed
as part of the official Vim runtime.
This plugin has no mappings or user-defined commands. It sets up an :autocmd
that will be invoked the first time that you call the :TOhtml command or
directly :source the 2html.vim script.
Because the plugin does not trigger until just before the first :TOhtml
conversion, you will not see any changes to the encoding detection options
right away. This is normal, do not be alarmed!
This plugin requires:
* Vim 7.0 or higher
* TOhtml version vim7.3_v7 or higher
* Windows NT/2000 or later (i.e. something that uses a System32
To install, there are only three files you need. This :help file, a
tohtml_wincp.vim file to place in your after-directory, and another
tohtml_wincp.vim file to place in your autoload directory.
The easiest way to install is to use Pathogen
(http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=2332) and place the whole
contents of the zip file into $HOME/vimfiles/bundle. Then run the :Helptags
command provided with Pathogen.
For manual installation, simply place the files where they need to go within
your runtime, as follows:
Then, run ":helptags $HOME/vimfiles/doc" and installation is complete.
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