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ikiwiki-nav : several helpers for editing ikiwiki pages

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created by
Javier Rojas
script type
This ftplugin eases the editing of IkiWiki wikis by providing the following features:

  * Wikilink autocompletion through omnicompletion.
  * Jump to previous/next wikilink
  * Open the file corresponding to the wikilink under the cursor in the current window/a new window/a new tab page
  * Create the file corresponing to the wikilink under the cursor in the current window/a new window/a new tab page

For the usage details, mappings defined and other stuff, see :help ikiwiki-intro after you install the plugin

There is a git repo for the plugin in  http://git.devnull.li/ikiwiki-nav.git/. The master branch always has the latest stable version, and the dev branch has the latest version of the plugin.

Feel free to contact the author (see the AUTHORS file in the package) with bug reports/suggestions/whatever :)
install details
unzip the zip file and move all the files in the ikiwiki-nav_2.0.2 folder to your .vim directory.

from inside vim, run the command:

    helptags $HOME/.vim/doc

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
ikiwiki-nav_2.0.2.zip 2.0.2 2011-09-09 7.0 Javier Rojas Fixed an annoying warning that appeared if any of the lhs of the default mappings has already been used. Thanks to F. Heiderich for the report and fix.
ikiwiki-nav_2.0.zip 2.0 2010-09-12 7.0 Javier Rojas Added capabilities for creating wiki pages, and for wikilink completion through the omnicompletion framework
ikiwiki_nav.vim 1.0 2010-02-09 7.0 Javier Rojas Initial upload
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