Vrapper is an Eclipse plugin which acts as a wrapper for Eclipse text editors to provide a Vim-like input scheme for moving around and editing text. Unlike other plugins which embed Vim in Eclipse, Vrapper imitates the behavior of Vim while still using whatever editor you have opened in the workbench. The goal is to have the comfort and ease which comes with the different modes, complex commands, and count/operator/motion combinations which are the key features behind editing with Vim, while preserving the powerful features of the different Eclipse text editors, like code generation and refactoring.
|Tags||Text Editors Integrated Development Environments (IDE) Text Processing General Software Development|
Release Notes: This release adds a ":set contentassistmode" to enable <c-n> and <c-p> in the content-assist dropdown. It also fixes various defects including the autocmd command, AltGr handling, and visual mode behavior.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release. No real major defects have been fixed or functionality added, just more constant progress forward.
Release Notes: A number of people found defects in 0.34.0 in the week since it was released. One defect in particular was major enough to warrant a new release. 0.34.1 addresses those defects, specifically a defect on Linux systems which made the cursor disappear (or not move) during horizontal movements.
Release Notes: Adds support for the big three feature requests in Vrapper: VisualBlockMode, Split Editor (:split, :vsplit) via and optional plugin, and confirm 'c' flag for substitution. Several other minor feature enhancements and defect fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a new ':vim' command that launches gvim with the current file in Eclipse for complex editing. When you save and exit vim, Eclipse reloads the file with your changes. There is a new 'improved paragraph motion' (ipmotion) optional plugin. There are fixes for several long-standing defects that required Eclipse knowledge (among other defect fixes).