NAMEvim-registry - syntax for vim-addons registry files
DESCRIPTIONA registry file is a multi-document YAML file (i.e. it can be composed by several different YAML documents separated by ``---'' lines). Each YAML document represents a registry entry, that is the information describing a single addon.
Ideally, the registry directory contains one file per package shipping addons; with a filename obeying to the convention PACKAGE-NAME.yaml. Hence a single package can contribute to the registry with multiple entries described in a single YAML file.
For example, the ``vim-scripts'' package should ship a single /usr/share/vim/registry/vim-scripts.yaml file, containing one YAML document per shipped addon. The first lines of such file can look like the following:
description: "alternate pairing files (e.g. .c/.h) with short ex-commands"
disabledby: "let loaded_alternateFile = 1"
- doc/alternate.txt --- addon: whatdomain description: "query the meaning of a Top Level Domain" basedir: /usr/share/vim-scripts/ disabledby: "let loaded_whatdomain = 1" files:
- plugin/whatdomain.vim ---
Each registry entry may contain the following fields, to be typeset according to the YAML specification:
- addon (Required)
- Name of the addon.
- description (Required)
- Human understandable textual description of the addon.
- files (Required)
- List of the files which compose the addon and are required to be present in a component of the Vim runtime path for the addon to be enabled. Each file is specified relative to a component of the Vim runtime path.
- basedir (Optional)
- Directory where the files shipped by the addon (i.e., where the symlinks of the user/sysadm should point to) reside on the filesystem. Default is /usr/share/vim/addons.
- disabledby (Optional)
- Vim script command that can be used (usually by adding it to ~/.vimrc) to prevent the addon from being used even when it is installed. The intended usage of this field is to ``blacklist'' an undesired addon whose files are available, and hence automatically loaded by Vim, in a component of the Vim runtime path.
AUTHORJames Vega <email@example.com>
SEE ALSOvim-addons(1), YAML specification
COPYRIGHTCopyright (C) 2010 James Vega
This program is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 3 as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.