lxTrace : lxTrace provides vim-script developers with a simple traceing utility.
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AUTHOR: Staale Flock, Staale -- lexholm .. no
LASTMODIFIED: 10 Nov 2004
To provide vim scripts with a simple tracing utility.
I have been working on some vim-scripts and read a lot of them
the last two weeks and I thought I needed a Tracing utility to
ease analysis of how some scripts works.
None (tested with vim/gvim 6.3 on a debian system), this script
should work as a standalone plugin.
But I'm primarly using it with the winmanager plugin
(http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=95 ) and as such most
of my testing is done with this plugin integrated in the winmanager
Place this file in your plugin directory (~/.vim/plugin/)
When you start vim again and open a vim file for editing you should
get a message that lxTrace has installed it's documentation.
To get you started you could try :h lxTrace
If you have installed winmanager you should add LxTrace to the
g:winManagerWindowLayout in your vimrc file. My line looks like
let g:winManagerWindowLayout = 'FileExplorer,TagList|BufExplorer,LxTrace'
Documentation (when written..:o) is found at the bottom of this file.
Thanks to code from vimspell.vim it should be self-installing the first
time this module is loaded. When installed you could try
10 Nov 2004 (v 0.1) This is my initial upload. The module probably
misses functionality and has undetected bugs. So feel free to
Staale Flock, (staale -- lexholm .. no)
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