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wrapwidth : Wraps long lines virtually at a specific column

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created by
Rick Howe
 
script type
utility
 
description
This plugin provides the 'Wrapwidth' command to set a column at which a longer line will be virtually wrapped. When 'wrap' is on, the required number of blank spaces are inserted as virtual-text at right edge of each screen line.

For details and demo samples, please visit the following git repository: https://github.com/rickhowe/wrapwidth.
 
install details
Install 'rickhowe/wrapwidth' by using your plugin manager. Or manually unzip and copy all folders in your ~/.vim or ~/vimfiles.
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
wrapwidth3.4.zip 3.4 2024-03-19 9.0 Rick Howe Improved to allow multi-byte and multi-column characters to use in the wrapwidth_sign option.
wrapwidth3.3.zip 3.3 2024-03-13 9.0 Rick Howe Improved to automatically adjust the virtual spaces while typing in insert mode. Added 2 options.
wrapwidth3.2.zip 3.2 2024-02-17 9.0 Rick Howe Added ! flag to the :Wrapwidth command to redraw the wrapwidth virtual spaces for an accidental displacement.
wrapwidth3.1.zip 3.1 2024-01-22 9.0 Rick Howe Improved to ignore many WinResized events and work smoothly while resizing a window by mouse.
wrapwidth3.0.zip 3.0 2024-01-08 9.0 Rick Howe Added [range] to the :Wrapwidth command to specify and set more than one different sets of wrapwidth lines.
wrapwidth2.0.zip 2.0 2023-12-16 9.0 Rick Howe Improved to check changed lines and update virtual spaces only on them while editing.
wrapwidth1.2.zip 1.2 2023-10-21 9.0 Rick Howe Initial upload
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