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vim-board : Easy notes and shortcuts

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This plugin introduces a file type "board" where you can easily write notes, and define shortcuts
to directories, files, and various commands.


    After assigning a "Key" to the plugin, you can take quick notes on the board at any time
    while editing using:

          Key Enter

    and to return:

          Key Esc


    You can easily define shortcuts to directories, files, and commands on the board using simple
    key-value pairs. For example:

          dt  ~/Documents/Terms/
          v   ~/.vimrc

    Immediately after saving, you can use the following key sequences to change the current
    working directory, and open the file:

          Key  dt
          Key  v



    :h  vim-board

install details
To install the plugin from the downloaded archive using Vim 8 native pack feature, it may be
convenient to run the following commands using copy and paste from the downloaded location.

(Linux, Mac)
    mkdir -p "$PLUG"
    unzip -o -d "$PLUG"  vim-board.zip
    vim -u NONE -c "helptags $PLUG/vim-board/doc" -c q

      set PLUG="%USERPROFILE%/vimfiles/pack/azabiong/start"
      mkdir %PLUG%
      unzip -o -d %PLUG%  vim-board.zip
      vim -u NONE -c "helptags %PLUG%/vim-board/doc" -c q


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package script version date Vim version user release notes
vim-board.zip 1.10.8 2022-06-19 8.2 Azabiong Improve command splitting '|'
vim-board.zip 1.10 2022-05-08 8.2 Azabiong Add command 'Board:menu'
Add syntax ':' type
vim-board.zip 1.09 2022-04-25 8.2 Azabiong Improve buffer switching
Add auto-expand menu
vim-board.zip 1.06 2022-04-07 8.2 Azabiong Add sync terminal current working directory
  :h  BoardTermCd
vim-board.zip 1.0 2022-04-03 8.2 Azabiong Version 1.0
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