Vim preview pluginSergey Potapov January 23, 2011 #Vim #preview #markup #plugin #markdown #textile #html
Preview plugin is a tool developed to help you to preview markup files such as .markdown, .rdoc, .textile, .ronn and .html when you are editing them. It builds html files and opens them in your browser.
The plugin supports the next formats:
- markdown(md, mkd, mkdn, mdown) - depends on
- rdoc - depends on
- textile - depends on
- ronn - depends on
The plugin requires a builtin ruby interpreter. It means that your Vim
should be compiled with
To find out does you Vim have builtin ruby interpreter you can do the next:
If output is
1 the ruby interpreter is builtin.
The second thing you should verify is that you have installed all necessary ruby gems. Please see "Supported Formats" section to find out what gems you need.
At first you should get the plugin. You can clone my repository from github like this:
git clone git://github.com/greyblake/vim-preview.git
Or download it from vim.org
To install the plugin just copy
doc directories into your
cd vim-preview cp ./autoload ~/.vim -R cp ./plugin ~/.vim -R cp ./doc ~/.vim -R
If you use Pathogen just unzip/clone the plugin to
If don't use Pathogen, I would recommend you to start.
<Leader>P- will open current file converted to HTML in your browser.
I want to remind that
<Leader> in most cases is
To get more information about the plugin and how it can be customized read help in Vim editor:
If you found a bug ...
Report it me!