lispcomplete.vim : SLIME-like compound completion for Lisp
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|*** 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.
|put lispcomplete.vim in runtime/autoload
then :setl omnifunc=lispcomplete#Complete
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