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lispcomplete.vim : SLIME-like compound completion for Lisp

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Andrew Beyer
script type
*** Before using this script, you should check out Limp - http://mikael.jansson.be/hacking/limp/docs/
It gives an experience much closer to SLIME, and is most likely a better solution. ***

An omnifunc that provides SLIME style completion of compound keywords.

e.g.   \"m-v-b<C-X><C-O>\" expands to \"multiple-value-bind\"

This isn't anything close to a reimplementation of SLIME completion, but provides something closer to the default behavior. Most importantly, since there isn't a connection to swank and a live lisp instance, you can only complete static keywords from the syntax file. (like syntaxcomplete.vim -- in fact this started out as a quick munging of that file, and still has lots of its code in there) Also, currently only \"simple\" and \"compound\" modes work, there is no support for \"fuzzy\" completion.
install details
put lispcomplete.vim in runtime/autoload
then :setl omnifunc=lispcomplete#Complete

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
lispcomplete.vim 1.0 2007-01-19 6.0 Andrew Beyer Initial upload
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