Lua/APR is a binding of the Apache Portable Runtime (APR) for the Lua programming language. APR powers software such as the Apache webserver and Subversion and Lua/APR makes the APR operating system interfaces available to Lua, serving as an extended standard library.
The Lua file type plug-in for Vim makes it easier to work with Lua source code in Vim by providing the following features: - the gf (go to file) mapping knows how to resolve Lua module names using package.path - Vim follows dofile(), loadfile() and require() calls when looking for identifiers ... [More]
The session.vim plug-in improves upon Vim's built-in :mksession command by enabling you to easily and (if you want) automatically persist and restore your Vim editing sessions. It works by generating a Vim script that restores your current settings and the arrangement of tab pages and/or split windows and the files they contain.
This plug-in improves the integration between Vim and your operating system: - The :Fullscreen command and F11 mapping toggle Vim between normal and full-screen mode - The :Maximize command and Control-F11 mapping toggle Vim between normal/maximized state: They show/hide the menu bar, tool ... [More]
The reload.vim plug-in automatically reloads various types of Vim scripts as you're editing them in Vim to give you instant feedback on the changes you make. Automatic reloading of Vim scripts is currently supported for the following types of scripts: - Standard plug-ins - Auto-load ... [More]
The Vim plug-in luainspect.vim uses the LuaInspect tool to (automatically) perform semantic highlighting of variables in Lua source code. It was inspired by lua2-mode (for Emacs) and the SciTE plug-in included with LuaInspect. In addition to the semantic highlighting the following features are ... [More]
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