List File : Nested, folded lists
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|Plugin provides simple and efficient tools for managing a plain-text file of nested lists.
Detailed documentation: http://lucasoman.blogspot.com/2010/12/list-file-plugin-for-vim.html
NOTE: I greatly appreciate any feedback. Feature suggestions, bug reports and other comments are encouraged. I'm eager to improve this plugin!
- Setting due dates
- Unlimited nesting
- Flexibility without complexity
- Efficient and convenient mappings
|Untar in your .vim dir. Adds only two files: the plugin itself and a syntax file.|
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ip used for rating: 184.108.40.206
||Mostly small enhancements and bug fixes:
- :Lcreate now assumes that when executed on an unsaved buffer, intention is to use current buffer as the list file (thanks to Houl on #vim@freenode for the suggestion!)
- fixed tag indexing bug; before, only the first tag on each line was indexed for tab-completion
- made due date format configurable (thanks to Houl for the suggestion!)
- changed folding, which made it more robust
- made syntax highlighting less buggy
- prettified location list for searches
- searching by due date now ignores completed ('x' marked) items
||Added the following:
Due Dates: set a due date for an item and search for items by due date. Date format is very flexible, allowing ranges of days or weeks. See docs.
Default mark: optionally configure the default mark for new items.
||Greatly improved the intelligence of new item creation. New items use the mark from the item above them. They also will be created below the sub-items of the item above them. Before, the sub-items would be "adopted" by the new item.
||Fix: :Lmark failing on top-level items
||Fix: depending on value of tw, long items were hard wrapping
||Fixes: :Lcreate not working (whoops), also simplified its functionality (creates in current buffer, not new tab)
||Fixes: default sorting behavior for unrecognized marks, globalness of option variables