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script: Middle English, from Latin scriptum, things written, a plan of action

Recent Script Updates (browse all | search)
[2016-09-29]  Vim SQL Workbench : Provides sql access from vim to any DBMS
(6.1) This version will break the compatibility with VIM 7. So, before installing this new version, please upgrade to VIM 8. Changes: * fixed the tutorial in the documentation * added support for neovim * added events for the database explorer * added the filter data option for the database explorer objects * beffer hiding of the empty lines in resultsets with columns hidden * dropped the support for variables (you should only use `wbvardef` from SQL Workbench) * now the database explorer will not open by default the first tab (you have to specify which tab you want to open, once the database explorer is connected to a DBMS) - Cosmin Popescu
[2016-09-28]  KRL-Syntax : Syntax and indent file for Kuka industial robots
(1.3.5) * Bug fix where an open location window could cause Problems! Please don't use version 1.3.3 or 1.3.4 any more! - Patrick Knosowski
[2016-09-28]  deleted : deleted
(1.1) empty - Antony Scriven
[2016-09-28]  deleted : deleted
(1.4) empty - Antony Scriven
[2016-09-28]  deleted : deleted
(0.3.3) empty - Antony Scriven
[2016-09-28]  deleted : deleted
(0.2) empty - Antony Scriven
[2016-09-27]  publish_helper : vim code highlights in pandoc documents (HTML and TeX)
(0.12.2) files structure reorganized, misc enhancements, filter vimhl can now be installed with cabal - Alexey Radkov
[2016-09-27]  Tabstuff : Tabstuff is a plugin to sulplies various tabrelated stuff
(1.2) added README files - Francis Grizzly Smit
[2016-09-26]  Nvim-R : Plugin to work with R
(0.9.7) * Require Vim >= 8.0.0 or Neovim >= 0.1.5. * Replaced R_nvimcom_wait (time in miliseconds) with R_wait (time in seconds). * Minor bug fixes. - Jakson Aquino
[2016-09-24]  Buffy.vim : Switch between buffers with a handy menu
(0.1) Initial upload - Mykhaylo Gavrylyuk
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