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EasyClip : Simplified clipboard functionality for Vim

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created by
Steve Vermeulen
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EasyClip is a collection of clipboard related functionality with the goal of making using vim simpler without losing any of its power.  Major changes include:

    - Remapping all delete operations to the black hole register and introducing a new operator (cut) to be used instead
    - Adding a substitute operator
    - Improvements to paste
    - Improvements to yank, including support for navigating history
    - Ability to share clipboard between different concurrent vim instances
    - Persistent saving of yank history to file

For more information please visit the github page at: https://github.com/svermeulen/vim-easyclip
install details
I recommend loading your plugins with neobundle or vundle or pathogen.

This plugin also requires that you have Tim Pope\\'s repeat.vim plugin installed.

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
vim-easyclip-2.4.zip 2.4 2019-01-05 7.0 Steve Vermeulen Added interactive paste by executing command :PasteI
Added :Paste and :PasteBefore commands, and also the corresponding methods EasyClip#PasteIndex and EasyClip#PasteIndexBefore
Bug fixes to visual mode paste
Added plug mapping to toggle paste between format/unformatted
vim-easyclip-2.2.zip 2.2 2015-01-27 7.0 Steve Vermeulen     Bug fixes
    Removed the 'system sync' option since using unnamed register is sufficient for this
    Added support for persistent/shared yanks
vim-easy-clip-2.1.zip 2.1 2013-12-13 7.0 Steve Vermeulen Many fixes, added yankring-style swap, better defaults.
vim-easyclip.zip 1.2 2013-09-22 7.0 Steve Vermeulen Bug fixes / tweaks
vim-easyclip-master.zip 1.0 2013-08-07 7.0 Steve Vermeulen Initial upload
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