Vim plugin


#1

Hi,

I’ve played with vim’s features, including its ruby scripting
capabilities, and got a little proof of concept running to edit
Radiant pages, layouts, snippets directly from vim. It’s currently in
a pre-alpha, really proof of concept stage, but I could use help and
suggestions to develop it further.

Currently you can open and write already existing content. For example

:edit radiant/pages/Home\ Page/First\ Post/body

will let you edit the body part of the First Post, which is located
under the Home Page.
One problem I need to fix is that newlines are displayed as ^@. Anyone
know how I can correct that? (I posted a question on the vim mailing
list, waiting for an answer)

If you want to give it a try, more info and download available at
http://www.raphinou.com/vim-radiant

Raph


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#2

On 09/03/07, Raphael B. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

:edit radiant/pages/Home\ Page/First\ Post/body
Raph


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Farrel


#3

Does this a local Radiant instance or a remote one via the web? Either
way, very interesting work.

Sean


#4

Why is it using titles? Why not slugs?