I've created the following script on my
It works fine... It detects the type of the file that I'm editing and when I press F6 and I'm in Normal mode it will execute the current file on a splited terminal window. However, I'd like to go beyond this functionality and detect if I currently have selected lines on Vim. if I do, I'd like to execute only the current selected lines. If I don't, I'd like to execute the entire file (executing the entire file is the current behavior).
When I try to press F6 with this script I receive the error
No range allowed. Is there any way of detecting if I'm in visual mode and executing a different command for it? Or would it be better creating a new command?