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Vrapper acts as a wrapper for Eclipse text editors to provide a Vim-like input scheme for moving around and editing text.
Unlike other plugins which embed Vim in Eclipse, Vrapper imitates the behaviour of Vim while still using whatever editor you have opened in the workbench. The goal is to have the comfort and ease which comes with the different modes, complex commands and count/operator/motion combinations which are the key features behind editing with Vim, while preserving the powerful features of the different Eclipse text editors, like code generation and refactoring.
Vrapper tries to offer Eclipse users the best of both worlds.
Our update site also has optional Vrapper extensions which are not available via the Marketplace. They include additional support for programming languages and ports of various vimscripts.
Specifically, they are:
* Split Editor commands (requires Eclipse 4+)
* Java extensions (requires JDT)
* C/C++ extensions (requires CDT)
* Python extensions (requires PyDev)
* Port of surround.vim vimscript
* Port of ipmotion.vim vimscript
* Port of argtextobj.vim vimscript
* Port of methodtextobj.vim vimscript
* Port of exchange.vim vimscript
* Port of textobj-line.vim vimscript
* Port of vim-indent-object.vim vimscript
* Integration with clang-format command
Documentation for these optional plugins can be found here:http://vrapper.sourceforge.net/documentation/?topic=optional_plugins
Fork us on GitHub!https://github.com/vrapper/vrapper
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Submitted by Ghislain Viguier on May 25, 2015 - 04:45
Simply like that.
Thanks for this plugin!
Submitted by Nir Friedman on May 7, 2015 - 10:27
I've tried quite a few vim emulators. This is hands down the best of those I've tried; that includes well regarded products like JetBrain IdeaVim. I'd say this plugin is 99% of the way to supporting everything you'd conceivably want in Vim when using it inside an editor. It even supports several popular vim plugins. When I compare Eclipse to other IDEs, it's become one of the major pros. It's also free and OSS; the maintainers are extremely friendly and responsive, and fixed a bug I reported almost instantly. Great product!
Submitted by Roberto Alegro on March 9, 2015 - 12:16
It seems that the O key, that should change the direction of a selection while in visual block mode (like it does in visual line mode) is not doing so. Is that a bug or there is a option to enable it?
The plugin works great for everything else I tried. Thanks a lot.
Submitted by Vrapper Team on March 10, 2015 - 23:37
It looks like this was an oversight, we never implemented the 'o' command in visual block mode. I've filed a feature request for it.https://github.com/vrapper/vrapper/issues/613
Submitted by Tianshu Shi on February 28, 2015 - 08:57
I could not insert 4 spaces for tabs while pressing tab or using command "cc", "o", etc...
it' doesn't work with either "set expandtab" or " set insert spaces for tabs in eclipse preferences".
really pool english T_T.
Submitted by Vrapper Team on March 2, 2015 - 18:02
The 'expandtab' setting only affects the i_ctrl-t, i_ctrl-d, and :retab commands. All other commands ('cc', 'o', etc.) should be using your Eclipse settings. The "insert spaces for tabs" Eclipse setting should be all you need. If you think this is a defect and you have more details, please open an issue on our GitHub page:https://github.com/vrapper/vrapper/issues
Submitted by Minos Niu [Shanghai Jiao Tong University] on July 18, 2014 - 00:31
This crucial function is gone. Please post fix
Submitted by Vrapper Team on July 19, 2014 - 00:13
Vrapper only receives key presses if Eclipse does not have something bound to that key. You must unbind "Ctrl+V" from Eclipse for Vrapper to receive it. Go to Window -> Preferences -> General -> Keys and search for "Ctrl+V". Select the binding for Paste and click "Unbind Command". Hit 'OK' and Ctrl+V should now enter Visual Block mode in Vrapper.
I confirmed that this still works using the latest unstable build on Luna. If you're having issues with 0.44.0, try upgrading to the latest unstable build and please let us know if you're still seeing an issue.
Submitted by HY Xin on April 18, 2013 - 16:21
If there can be a way to move cursor between splits with some hotkey combination, (like the vim 'ww'), it would be great!
Submitted by Vrapper Team on August 4, 2013 - 12:53
You can ignore my previous comment about accessing this plugin from our unstable update site. The Split Editor plugin is now included in our stable release of Vrapper 0.34.0.
Submitted by Vrapper Team on June 18, 2013 - 21:16
HY Xin, we've been working on implementing this feature and put the current state on our Unstable update site. If you add our unstable update site to Eclipse you'll see an optional "Split Editor Plugin" which should give you the commands you want. We made this a separate plugin because it uses the Eclipse 4 API and we don't want to force our Eclipse 3.x users to upgrade. The feature might not be fully stable yet so let us know if you run into any defects! Thanks!http://vrapper.sourceforge.net/update-site/unstable
Submitted by HY Xin on April 18, 2013 - 16:19
Love it to my guts.
Submitted by michalSt on February 20, 2013 - 17:24
I have noticed that it terribly slows down some activities in IDE.
when I hit Ctrl-F it takes cca. 2-4sec before search dialog appears.
after uninstallation Ctrl-F is fast immediate again.
Submitted by Vrapper Team on March 11, 2013 - 21:27
We've never heard of this happening and can't reproduce it ourselves. If you can provide more details about how to reproduce this issue, please file it on our GitHub page:https://github.com/vrapper/vrapper/issues
Submitted by Gerrit Schimpf on May 15, 2012 - 10:50
I have been testing this for a while now and so far I am really happy with the plugin.
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