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YouCompleteMe | A code-completion engine for Vim | Plugin library

 by   ycm-core Python Version: Current License: GPL-3.0

 by   ycm-core Python Version: Current License: GPL-3.0

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YouCompleteMe is a Python library typically used in Plugin applications. YouCompleteMe has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Strong Copyleft License and it has medium support. However YouCompleteMe build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub.
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  • YouCompleteMe has a medium active ecosystem.
  • It has 24535 star(s) with 2793 fork(s). There are 567 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 6 months.
  • There are 7 open issues and 3158 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 102 days. There are 3 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of YouCompleteMe is current.
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  • YouCompleteMe is licensed under the GPL-3.0 License. This license is Strong Copyleft.
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  • Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.
  • YouCompleteMe saves you 4493 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
  • It has 10001 lines of code, 846 functions and 53 files.
  • It has high code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed YouCompleteMe and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into YouCompleteMe implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Replaces multiple chunks in chunks
    • Confirm dialog
    • Prompt the user for a dialog
    • Post a message
  • Updates signature help
    • Make a help buffer from signature info
  • Update the buffer
    • Gets the next property ID
  • Writes text to preview window
    • Jump to preview preview window
  • Retrieves the text property of a diag
    • Jump to the specified location
      • Converts a diagnostics object into a QFList
        • Return the path to sys_path
          • Adds a text property
            • Resolves a completion request
              • The main worker thread
                • Returns the response to the server
                  • Return the response to the server
                    • Open Location List
                      • Select lines from a list
                        • Clear text properties from a buffer
                          • Adjusts the candidate insertion text
                            • Returns the Python interpreter path to the Python interpreter
                              • Sends a signature help request
                                • Returns the text properties of a buffer

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                                  YouCompleteMe Key Features

                                  A code-completion engine for Vim

                                  YouCompleteMe Examples and Code Snippets

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                                  QUESTION

                                  vim - How to Split single line Array literal into multiple lines?

                                  Asked 2022-Mar-06 at 16:33

                                  Say I have this:

                                  [ |"TypeScript", "HTML", "CSS", "SQL", "JavaScript" ]
                                  

                                  Is there a quick way to bring me to this:

                                  [ 
                                    |"TypeScript", 
                                    "HTML", 
                                    "CSS", 
                                    "SQL", 
                                    "JavaScript" 
                                  ]
                                  

                                  I don't really care about where the cursor ends up, I just want to efficiently switch to/from single line to multi line.

                                  The one solution I've found online is to do a search and replace. This hasn't helped me so far because the indenting rules are not respected. If I could find a search and replace technique that respected indenting I'd be happy to make a mapping and use that. So far the search and replace I've found looks like '<,'>s/,/,\r/g, and using the above example, would result in:

                                  [ 
                                  |"TypeScript", 
                                  "HTML", 
                                  "CSS", 
                                  "SQL", 
                                  "JavaScript" 
                                  ]
                                  

                                  I know there's a way to do this because I've pressed whatever key combo this is by accident in the past and seen the desired effect, but not known what I accidentally pressed. It's possible it's in one of my plugins, so I've posted my plugins below.

                                  My plugins:

                                  'tpope/vim-commentary'
                                  'tpope/vim-fugitive'
                                  'tpope/vim-rhubarb'
                                  'shumphrey/fugitive-gitlab.vim'
                                  'terryma/vim-multiple-cursors'
                                  'rhysd/committia.vim'
                                  'tommcdo/vim-lion'
                                  'elmcast/elm-vim'
                                  'sheerun/vim-polyglot'
                                  'tmsvg/pear-tree'
                                  'tpope/vim-surround'
                                  'Valloric/YouCompleteMe',
                                  'ctrlpvim/ctrlp.vim',
                                  'scrooloose/nerdtree',
                                  'nathanaelkane/vim-indent-guides'
                                  'fholgado/minibufexpl.vim'
                                  'SirVer/ultisnips'
                                  'honza/vim-snippets'
                                  

                                  I'd also be happy to be exposed to another plugin that has the desired behavior.

                                  Thanks!

                                  ANSWER

                                  Answered 2022-Mar-06 at 11:26

                                  Well, '<,'>s/,/,\r/g actually results in:

                                  [ "TypeScript",
                                   "HTML",
                                   "CSS",
                                   "SQL",
                                   "JavaScript" ]
                                  

                                  which is even farther from the desired result than what you posted.

                                  If we stick with simple substitutions, the commas are irrelevant, here. It's the spaces that must be substituted:

                                  :s/\s/\r/g
                                  

                                  which results in:

                                  [
                                  "TypeScript",
                                  "HTML",
                                  "CSS",
                                  "SQL",
                                  "JavaScript"
                                  ]
                                  

                                  with, the cursor on the ].

                                  The next step is to reindent the lines you just changed:

                                  ='[
                                  

                                  which gives you the desired result:

                                  [
                                      "TypeScript",
                                      "HTML",
                                      "CSS",
                                      "SQL",
                                      "JavaScript"
                                  ]
                                  

                                  See :help = and :help '[.

                                  This is easy to map to something shorter:

                                  nnoremap <key> :s/\s/\r/g<CR>='[
                                  

                                  but it will do more harm than good in scenarios that vary, even slightly, from the one in your question.

                                  What can we do to make this more generic?

                                  First, instead of doing the substitution on a whole line, we can make a visual selection and restrict the substitution to that visual selection:

                                  vi[                   " visually select what's between the brackets
                                  :'<,'>s/\%V\s/\r/g    " substitute spaces contained in the visual
                                                        " selection with \r
                                  

                                  This doesn't work, sadly, because the boundaries of \%V don't move with the text as we do our substitution. As soon as the first space is substituted, the rest goes one line below the selection and there is no space left to substitute in the visual area. Bummer.

                                  Still keeping our substitutions short, we can work around that situation by going at it in two steps:

                                  1. substitute spaces with an exotic character that's unlikely to appear elsewhere in the line,

                                  2. substitute that fancy character with \r.

                                  vi[
                                  :'<,'>s/\%V\s/§/g
                                  :s/§/\r/g
                                  ='[
                                  

                                  This works relatively well so we can change our previous mapping:

                                  function! ExpandList()
                                      silent s/\%V\s/§/g
                                      silent s/§/\r/g
                                      silent normal ='[
                                  endfunction
                                  xnoremap <key> :<C-u>call ExpandList()<CR>
                                  
                                  • our normal mode mapping becomes a visual mode mapping,
                                  • instead of having a complicated RHS, we call a function that does the heavy lifting,
                                  • the function handles the three steps described earlier without messing with :help 'hlsearch',
                                  • the commands are silenced for improved comfort.

                                  At this point, we can solve our problem by:

                                  1. making a visual selection,
                                  2. pressing the mapping above,

                                  which is not too shabby.

                                  Note that there is still room for improvement:

                                  • the initial pattern, \s, won't handle uneven spacing well,
                                  • we could make a custom operator instead of/as well as a visual mode mapping.

                                  The first "issue" can be dealt with by sprinkling a little bit of vimscript over our substitutions:

                                  function! ExpandList()
                                      silent s/\%V.*\%V/\="\r" . submatch(0)
                                              \ ->split(',')
                                              \ ->map({ i, v -> v->trim() })
                                              \ ->join(",\r") . "\r"/g
                                      silent normal ='[
                                  endfunction
                                  
                                  • instead of the two-steps hack from earlier, we use a single substitution on the whole visual selection,
                                  • the replace part of the substitution is an expression where…
                                    • submatch(0) represents the whole match,
                                    • split(',') splits the string on commas (which became relevant again!) into a list,
                                    • map({ i, v -> v->trim() }) removes any whitespace padding from each entry in the list, this is done to address possible unevenness in the original text (think ["foo","bar" , "baz" ]),
                                    • join(",\r") puts it all back into a single string, separated with commas and \r,
                                    • additional \rs are added at the beginning and the end of the replacement string to ensure that the brackets are on their own lines.

                                  See :help sub-replace-expression, :help split(), :help map(), :help trim(), and :help join().

                                  Since we are at it, why don't we deal with the second "issue"?

                                  The "operator+motion" model is one of those life-changing Vim features. Instead of

                                  select some text and then do something with it

                                  which is where we currently are, we

                                  do something with some text

                                  which manages to be both succinct and expressive at the same time.

                                  And Vim indeed lets us create our own operators: :help map-operator.

                                  As per the documentation above, we only need to do some minor modifications to our function definition:

                                  function! ExpandList(type, ...)
                                      silent s/\%V.*\%V/\="\r" . submatch(0)
                                              \ ->split(',')
                                              \ ->map({ i, v -> v->trim()})
                                              \ ->join(",\r") . "\r"/g
                                      silent normal ='[
                                  endfunction
                                  

                                  and to our mapping:

                                  nnoremap <key> :set opfunc=ExpandList<CR>g@
                                  

                                  And we have a pretty clean and idiomatic solution: our own "Expand list" operator:

                                  custom operator

                                  Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71368046

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                                  Install YouCompleteMe

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                                  You can use YouCompleteMe like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.

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