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Parameter Text Objects : Defines parameter text objects

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created by
David Larson
 
script type
utility
 
description
This script defines a parameter text object. A parameter is the text between parentheses or commas, typically found in a function's argument list.

This script also adds mappings to help you associate printf-type "%"-formatted strings with their corresponding arguments.

See:
:help text-objects
  for a description of what can be done with text objects.

Like all the other text-objects, a parameter text object can be selected following these commands: 'd', 'c', 'y', 'v', etc. The script defines these operator mappings:

   aP    "a parameter", select a parameter, including one comma (if there is one).

   iP    "inner parameter", select a parameter, not including commas.

This script also adds commands that are helpful when constructing printf-style "%" formatted strings. Press ",a" (by default) to move the cursor to the corresponding argument. Press ",A" (by default) to do the opposite.
 
install details
Drop the vim script in your plugin directory.
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
parameter_objects.vim 1.1 2020-03-14 7.0 David Larson Added mappings for %-formatted strings.
parameter_objects.vim 0.2a 2010-03-16 7.0 David Larson The script can handle counts now (eg. 2daP). Implementation suggestion by David Kotchan (thanks David!).
parameter_objects.vim 0.1d 2010-02-19 7.0 David Larson Added <Plug> mappings so that the user can easily remap the commands. Suggested by Kana Natsuno
parameter_objects.vim 0.1c 2010-02-18 7.0 David Larson Ignores strings and comments
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