vxfold.vim : Fold cycling similar to emacs org-mode (using TAB key)
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|This script implements a fold-cycling functionality similar to
the one in emacs org-mode.
Subfolds are open/closed each time TAB or Shift-TAB is pressed.
TAB operates on the lines below a heading that is in the current line.
Shift-TAB operates on the whole buffer.
After each press a step in the following cycle will be performed:
1. fold closed
2. show direct subheadings
3. show structure below heading + first line of text
4. unfold all
NOTES: It is possible to skip step 2 and/or 3, but the per-buffer
configuration is still missing (I think emacs-org uses only 1-2-4). In step
2 the text under the current heading may be visible; this is because of
the way folding is implemented in Vim.
Fold cycling will work in buffers that are folded in the following way:
* headings have folding levels 1-9
* text has a folding level higher than 9
This means that the script can work with TVO (vimscript#517) without
changing the folding mode. To enable fold cycling in TVO mode:
For other modes the foldmethod has to be changed. Foldmethods are
provided for viki (vimscript#861) and vimwiki (vimscript#2226).
The later commands will also work on any buffer that has the headings defined
with a number of characters at the beginning of line (viki='*', vimwiki='=').
If a file uses '#' characters to mark headings with levels, it is also possible
to use fold cycling in it like this:
The display of the folded text can be changed with
which is the default for VxFoldVimWiki and VxFoldViki.
Please report bugs/suggestions on the Vim/Wiki (link top right).
|Unpack into vim runtime directory (eg. ~/.vim)|
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