TL;DR I have macros in each
%m captured by
:make. I'd like to have a copy of the file in another split and apply all the macros (so to have a fixed file) and then do a
:windo diffthis to let the user (mostly me) to choose to
diffget the fixed code or not.
Question: I am planning to do
ggyG and then
:vnew P then do a recursive macro call until I exhausted all
:cnext. However the error after exhaustion would stop the whole process which the
:windo diffthis cannot start. Is there a way to overcome this?
To streamline my daily workflow, I'd like to have the Quick Fix Window not only to show where the errors are, but to suggest a way to quick fix.
Assuming that I have customized
errorformat, such that
%m capturing a
vi macro that would fix the issue when run.
For example if I am working with jQuery and has this in line 1:
var top = $element.top;
:make will capture this and
errorformat knows that
%l is 1 and
%m would be
1G/\.top<cr>i.offset()<esc> (when run, would correctly insert
Currently I am like using
:nnoremap Z <C-w><C-w>f<space>ly$<C-w><C-w>:@0<cr> so after I did
:cnext I can use
Z to apply the fix.
I'd like to make
vi smarter so
vi could get me a fixed version of the code and I could check if
vi 's suggestions are acceptable or not. Therefore I asked the question.
By the way I am also interested in how Fugitive managed to create buffers that starts with
fugitive:// and there are no warning if I just run