Dave Silvia <dsilvia <at> mchsi.com>
2004-08-01 09:20:06 GMT
For those of you whose mailer daemons won't accept html, I'm resending with
a txt attachment (not as neatly formatted, but still informative!)
I just uploaded a new package for grep-ing without grep program to Scripts
at vim.org. The package is vimgrep_vim.zip and supercedes MiniVimGrep()
with Vimgrep() (a little easier to type, a bit more tersely descriptive, but
hardly reasons for an update!). It's more robust, with more functionality.
I'm attaching the html doc for it, fyi.
Hope it's helpful! Would appreciate any feedback.
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The plugin vimgrep.vim implements grep type searching using native vim
search capabilities only. It allows the user to have wholly contained
file searching within Vim and no need of outside grep style search
programs. The implementation uses commands where appropriate for ease of
use and/or a function interface for scripting and non-command line echo
The nominal command and function of vimgrep.vim are both named Vimgrep.
They have identical arguments, excepting that the command mechanism wraps
its arguments for functions in quotes, so allowances in usage must be
made for this. It is perhaps easier to just get used to one or the other
and use it exclusively. The more desirable of the two would then be the