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rel.vim : Follow and define links to files

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Anders Thøgersen
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# Vim Rel - Resource links for vim

This is a Vim plugin for following and defining links to other files.
You can define which programs to use to open files according to
the file suffix.  It is also possible to define custom schemes for
opening files.

This script requires at least Vim v8.0.0020 or Neovim v0.2.0.

See [doc/rel.txt](doc/rel.txt) for more info

Please report any bugs and issues here:


## The name

REL stands for Resource Locator and sounds almost like URL if said quickly.
install details
Unzip in ~/.vim or clone the git repo using your favourite plugin manager.

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
rel.vim.zip 0.3.0 2017-07-05 8.0 Anders Thøgersen * Use autoload
* Open folds when following a link to a file in vim
* Include ^, \\ and others in links
* find link text under cursor more accurately
* better tests
* Arguments to :Rel command
rel.vim.zip 0.2.2 2017-06-18 8.0 Anders Thøgersen * rename to rel.vim
* version check: need at least vim 8.0.0020 or nvim 0.2.0
* fix: spaces in #/ search fragment
* recognize markdown links
vim-rel.zip v0.2.1 2017-06-13 7.4 Anders Thøgersen * case insensitive scheme and link syntax highlighting
* bugfix undefined variable
* fix doc link
vim-rel.zip 0.2.0 2017-06-01 7.0 Anders Thøgersen * Allow defining custom link schemes
* Customizable syntax highlight links recognized by rel.vim
* Enable Jumping to fragment in preview window also
* Arbitrary characters in rel links using url encoding
* Various bugfixes
* Better docs
vim-rel.zip 0.1.1 2017-02-13 7.0 Anders Thøgersen Initial upload
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