I'm having the following CSS class structure
.mAIcon .mAIcon-reject .mAIcon-edit .mAIcon-accept .event
and so on.
Inside my HTML files I want to autocomplete these class names.
But when I type
<span class="mAIcon mA|">
and I want to autocomplete the rest the only thing I get is
<span class="mAIcon mAIcon|">
To get what I really want I have to type an extra
- and for example
e and use the autocompletion again.
But then I get everything that starts with an
e, even the class
This is really annoying and makes the autocompletion rather useless in this case.
I use Vim's generic keyword completion with the
i_CTRL-N command and I don't have any additional completion plugins installed.
Is it possible to include the
- to the detection of CSS class names for the autocompletion?