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Vimerl : The Erlang plugin for Vim

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created by
Ricardo Catalinas Jiménez
script type
Vimerl is a plugin for programming in Erlang. It provides several nice
features to make your life easier when writing code.

The plugin offers the following features:
- Syntax highlighting
- Code indenting
- Code folding
- Code omni completion
- Syntax check
- Compiler support with QuickFix commands
- Code skeletons for the OTP behaviours
- Pathogen support (http://github.com/tpope/vim-pathogen)

Note: the plugin is fully documented and stable but bugfixes are always welcomed ;-)

Note: the development is done in GitHub:

Note: this plugin is a *very very very* improved version of this:
install details
Copy the content of the tarball to your `.vim'. It also works perfectly
with `Pathogen' (http://github.com/tpope/vim-pathogen).

Don't forget to run `:helptags' if you are not using `Pathogen'.

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
vimerl-1.4.1.tar.gz 1.4.1 2012-02-28 7.3 Ricardo Catalinas Jiménez - Improvements in code indenting
- Improve behaviour code skeletons
- Several bugfixes
vimerl-1.4.tar.gz 1.4 2012-02-05 7.3 Ricardo Catalinas Jiménez - Much better code indenting, more similar to Emacs style
- Omni completion using EDoc and Mod:module_info/2
- General improvements and bug fixes
vimerl-1.2.tar.gz 1.2 2011-12-31 7.3 Ricardo Catalinas Jiménez - Speeds up omnicompletion with a cache.
- Smoother syntax checks.
- Automatic man pages location, removed unnecessary options.
- General fixes.
vimerl-1.1.1.tar.gz 1.1.1 2011-09-23 7.3 Ricardo Catalinas Jiménez Smoother syntax check. Removes unnecessary screen redraws.
vimerl-1.1.tar.gz 1.1 2011-09-13 7.3 Ricardo Catalinas Jiménez Initial upload
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