MarkdowneyJr : Format Markdown files with simple keystrokes.
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My name is Markdowney Jr, nice to meet you! I am a Vim plugin that makes editing markdown files easy using simple keystrokes. Depending on the formatting option, I can do transformations on visual selection, line range or motion (like 3wd, for example) or combinations of those. Hit a keystroke once - and transformation is made. If you then hit the same keystroke once or multiple times again, I will toggle through options for a particular transformation and change the text accordingly. For example, if you select a word and hit a keystroke responsible for emphasis multiple times, I will make selected text cursive, bold and then both, and once again, toggling between the options. Please refer to the User Guide to see how we can interact - https://github.com/boson-joe/markdowneyJR/wiki/MarkdowneyJr-User-Guide.
There is no need to set remaps for all the formatting options - you can define just two remaps in your vimrc, and I will take care of the rest. In case you don't want to set any remaps at all, I can give you default ones. You can also remap any or all formatting options to your liking. To see how you can set remaps and customize your experience please refer to the Customization Guide - https://github.com/boson-joe/markdowneyJR/wiki/MarkdowneyJr-Customization-Guide.
At the moment I can handle basic basic markdown syntax for you, but if you write my devs, they would be happy to introduce more features.
|To make sure the plugin works properly, we suggest you to check that your Vim has version 8.2 or higher (:echo v:version >= 802 should print out 1).
You can install the plugin by simply putting the files of the plugin in plugin/ directory in your .vim/ directory. One of the commands that could be used is wget. Type this in your terminal:
To have documentation, do the same with files in doc/ directory - you need to put them into doc/ directory in your .vim/ directory.
You may find plugin managers convenient to install and manage plugins you want in your Vim, including MarkdowneyJr.
If you are using vim-plug plugin manager, refer to their manual here - https://github.com/junegunn/vim-plug#usage
If you are using Vundle plugin manager, refer to their manual here - https://github.com/VundleVim/Vundle.vim#quick-start.
If you are using Pathogen plugin manager, refer to their manual here - https://github.com/tpope/vim-pathogen#installation.
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