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translit : Transliteration mode for Vim (russian, greek)

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Einar Lielmanis
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This plugin allows you to write texts in transliterated russian (or any other language you'll write a definition for). That means, you write "Cheburashka" and it gets automagically converted to "Чебурашка", or write "Ellada" and it converts to "Ελλαδα"

This plugin is loosely based on russian_plansliterated.vim plugin by Krzystof Goj (http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=2401) and was used as my playground for learning vimscript.

Basic Usage:
Drop plugin under ~/.vim/plugins and switch translit mode on/off with Ctrl-Shift-t.

Read the file for more help on configuration and usage.
install details
Drop plugin under ~/.vim/plugins and switch translit mode on/off with Ctrl-Shift-t.

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
translit.vim 1.52 2008-12-04 7.0 Einar Lielmanis Minor changes in description and configuration.
translit.vim 1.51 2008-12-03 7.0 Einar Lielmanis Greek characters input mapping (no keyboard shortcut by default, though)
Multiple transliterations are now supported.
translit.vim 1.01 2008-12-03 7.0 Einar Lielmanis Added some missing transliterations for translit.ru.
translit.vim 1.0 2008-12-03 7.2 Einar Lielmanis Initial upload
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