TComment 1.9

TComment is an extensible and universal comment plugin for Vim that also handles embedded filetypes.
TComment is an extensible and universal comment plugin for Vim that also handles embedded filetypes.

Comment works like a toggle, i.e., it will comment out text that contains uncommented lines, and it will remove comment markup for already commented text (i.e. text that contains no uncommented lines).

If the file-type is properly defined, TComment will figure out which comment string to use. Otherwise you use |TCommentDefineType()| to override the default choice.

TComment can properly handle an embedded syntax, e.g., ruby/python/perl regions in vim scripts, HTML or JavaScript in php code etc.

Most of the time the default toggle keys will do what you want.

As operator (the prefix can be customized via g:tcommentMapLeaderOp1 and g:tcommentMapLeaderOp2):

gc{motion} :: Toggle comments (for small comments within one line
the &filetype_inline style will be used, if
gcc :: Toggle comment for the current line
gC{motion} :: Comment region
gCc :: Comment the current line

By default the cursor stays put. If you want the cursor to the end of the commented text, set g:tcommentOpModeExtra to '>' (but this may not work properly with exclusive motions).

Primary key maps:

< c-_ >< c-_ > :: :TComment
< c-_ >< space > :: :TComment < QUERY COMMENT-BEGIN ?COMMENT-END >
< c-_ >b :: :TCommentBlock
< c-_ >a :: :TCommentAs < QUERY COMMENT TYPE >
< c-_ >n :: :TCommentAs &filetype < QUERY COUNT >
< c-_ >s :: :TCommentAs &filetype_< QUERY COMMENT SUBTYPE >
< c-_ >i :: :TCommentInline
< c-_ >r :: :TCommentRight
< c-_ >p :: Comment the current inner paragraph

There is also a secondary set of key maps with < Leader >_ as leader (more
preferable on terminals).

Alternatively, you can type (? meaning "optional argument"):

:?< range > TComment ?commentBegin ?commentEnd
:?< range > TComment! ?commentBegin ?commentEnd
NOTE: If there is a visual selection that begins and ends in the same
line, then TCommentInline is used instead.

NOTE: The range is optional and defaults to the current line.

:?< range > TCommentInline ?commentBegin ?commentEnd
:?< range > TCommentInline! ?commentBegin ?commentEnd
Use the {&ft}_inline comment style.

:?< range > TCommentBlock ?commentBegin ?commentEnd
:?< range > TCommentBlock! ?commentBegin ?commentEnd
Comment as "block", e.g. use the {&ft}_block comment style.
NOTE: This command is kind of crude. It doesn't indent or reformat the text.

:?< range > TCommentAs FILETYPE [COUNT]
:?< range > TCommentAs! FILETYPE [COUNT]

NOTE: TCommentAs requires g:tcomment_{filetype} to be defined.
NOTE: This command supports command line completion. See 'wildmode' and 'wildmenu' for how to get the most out of it. If a count is given, the comment leader is repeated, e.g. TCommentAs vim 3 will use """ as comment leader.

:?< range > TCommentRight
:?< range > TCommentRight!
NOTE: This command comments out the text to the right of the cursor.
If a visual selection was made (be it block-wise or not), all lines are commented out at from the current cursor positon downwards.

The bang (!) variants always comment out the selected text and don't work as toggles. Using this command you can also use different comment styles with the TCommentDefineType(name, commentstring) function. This function takes two arguments:
name :: The name is either &filetype or {&filetype}_{style}.
I.e., For block comments the {&filetype}_block and for inline comments the {&filetype}_inline styles are used.
comment string :: a string mostly as described in 'commentstring'.
If you want to define, e.g., a fancy block comment style for html you put something like this into ~/.vim/after/plugin/tComment.vim:

call TCommentDefineType("html_fancy_block", "n -- ")

The part after the newline character is used for marking "middle" lines.

This comment style could then be accessed via (this command has command line completion): >

's key map.



What's New in This Release:

Fix left offset for inline comments (via operator binding)

last updated on:
May 16th, 2008, 5:24 GMT
developed by:
Thomas Link
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
ROOT \ Text Editing&Processing \ Others
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