Im trying to make a setup where I can
- open a vertical split, preferably in the
/tmp/directory in readonly mode(so you cannot write changes)
- read the shell output from a linter/compiler (in my case, the program
- if required perform a substitution on all the file/line number information to bring to the form :
gFto jump to that file and line.
This way my aim is to jump from the split containing the error info to the one containing my code where I can make the changes and jump back and move to the next occurance of
file:line and jump back and so on...
So far I have the following and it works in bringing up the split and all the error info:
function! BashLint() let curr=expand('%:p') vert sview /tmp/%.lint exe "0read ! shellcheck -f gcc " . curr %s/In \(.*\) line \([0-9]\+\):/\1:\2/e norm gg exe "normal " . "/" . curr . "/e+1\<cR>" endfunction
This works but I cannot jump in between the splits as pressing
gF simply opens the file/linenumber in a new tab. Is there something I can do about this ? I thought about remapping
gF but I don't know how I could approach doing something like that ?
Any thoughts / suggestions to make this better would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!