lastchange.vim : automatically set time-stamp on modification
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|this (very) lightweight script automatically updates the time-stamp on a file when you :write it out.
the time-stamp is of the form:
Last Change: Sat Mar 30 04:00 PM 2002 PST
The script is similar to the example given in :help autocmd, the difference being that the time-stamp already
there is checked. If it is identical to the one being added, then nothing is done. Since the time-stamp
is truncated to the last hour, this ensures that the undo buffer is changed only for :write's every hour.
Set g:timeStampLeader in your ~/.vimrc to change 'Last Change: '
(to 'Last modified: ' for instance)
Use :NOMOD to force the time-stamp to be not updated.
Use :MOD to change it back.
PS: The update only works if the string 'Last Change: ' is found somewhere
in the first 20 lines of the file. Only the first found occurence is processed.
|drop in ~/vimfiles/plugin (DOS) or ~/.vim/plugin (UNIX)
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