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streamline.vim : Essential wares, to get there

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created by
Charles Sheridan
 
script type
utility
 
description
streamline.vim is a concise, minimal read of window data, and a set of maps to help you navigate.

streamline.vim is designed for multi-window tabs when editing routinely traverses more than three windows.

When, for example, Vim is in the lower left of a 9 window tab, and you want to go to a window in the middle far-right of the tab, relative jkl; etc navigation may offer no direct route, because the origin-destination windows are not adjacent.

Here, the fastest route is to navigate by the window number of the destination, its address.

Alternative approaches are just too much thinking, or are cumbersome, if one elects to chase a mouse.

SEE the complete documentation at
  
   :https://raw.githubusercontent.com/cesheridan/streamline.vim/master/README.md
 
install details
This plugin, in its default configuration, has no dependencies on other plugins.

The .tgz decompresses to ./plugin & ./doc dirs compatible with established Vim package managers.
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
streamline.vim.tgz 1.3 2018-03-01 8.0 Charles Sheridan o Add <Leader><Leader>h to navigate to highest window number in tab.
o Distribute as .tgz that decompresses to ./plugin & ./doc dirs.
o Minor README.md updates.
streamline.vim 1.2 2018-02-25 7.0 Charles Sheridan o Add configs for navigation maps -- globals
   g:streamline_highest_window_map_number
   g:streamline_map_name_prefix

o Make functions auto-loading

o Small documentation updates
streamline.vim 1.1 2018-02-23 7.0 Charles Sheridan Initial upload
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