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IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmds : autocmds for IndentConsistencyCop.vim

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created by
Ingo Karkat
 
script type
utility
 
description
DESCRIPTION
The autocmds in this script automatically trigger the IndentConsistencyCop for
certain, configurable filetypes (such as c, cpp, html, xml, ... which
typically contain lots of indented lines) once when you load the file in Vim,
and/or on every write of the buffer.
The entire buffer will be checked for inconsistent indentation, and you will
receive a report on its findings. With this automatic background check, you'll
become aware of indentation problems before you start editing and/or when
writing. This prevents you from accidentally introducing an inconsistency with
your edits.

USAGE
Triggering happens automatically; by default, when a buffer is opened for the
first time, both the compatibility of the file's indent with the buffer
settings and its internal consistency are checked; on each subsequent save,
the latter check is repeated.
Of course, you can still manually execute the :IndentConsistencyCop command
to re-check the buffer at any time.

For very large files, the check may take a couple of seconds. You can abort
the script run with CTRL-C, like any other Vim command.

If you chose to "Ignore" any inconsistent indents in the IndentConsistencyCop
report, further automatic invocations on buffer writes are suspended. It is
assumed that you don't bother for this particular file. You can re-enable
automatic invocations by manually invoking :IndentConsistencyCop once and then
choosing an option other than "Ignore".

:IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmdsOff
:IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmdsOn
                        Disable / re-enable the autocommands. This affects all
                        existing buffers as well as any newly opened files.
 
install details
INSTALLATION
This script is packaged as a vimball. If you have the "gunzip" decompressor
in your PATH, simply edit the *.vmb.gz package in Vim; otherwise, decompress
the archive first, e.g. using WinZip. Inside Vim, install by sourcing the
vimball or via the :UseVimball command.
    vim IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmds*.vmb.gz
    :so %
To uninstall, use the :RmVimball command.

DEPENDENCIES
- Requires Vim 7.0 or higher.
- Requires the IndentConsistencyCop.vim plugin (vimscript #1690).

CONFIGURATION
For a permanent configuration, put the following commands into your vimrc:

If you don't like the default filetypes that are inspected, define your own
comma-separated list of filetypes or add to the existing ones:
    let g:indentconsistencycop_filetypes = 'ant,c,cpp,cs,csh,css,dosbatch,html,java,javascript,jsp,lisp,pascal,perl,php,python,ruby,scheme,sh,sql,tcsh,vb,vbs,vim,wsh,xhtml,xml,xsd,xslt,zsh'
    let g:indentconsistencycop_filetypes .= ',perl6'

Turn off the IndentConsistencyCop run when a buffer is loaded via
    let g:indentconsistencycop_CheckOnLoad = 0
This avoids alerts when just viewing files (especially the multiple
confirmations when opening many files or restoring a saved session; though one
could also temporarily disable the autocmds in that case via
:IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmdsOff). On the other hand, it comes with the risk
of introducing indent inconsistencies until the first write (when the buffer's
indent settings do not match the file's).

Turn off the IndentConsistencyCop run after each write via
    let g:indentconsistencycop_CheckAfterWrite = 0
The IndentConsistencyCop will only run once after loading a file.

To avoid blocking the user whenever a large buffer is written, the
IndentConsistencyCop is only scheduled to run on the next 'CursorHold' event
in case the buffer contains many lines. The threshold can be adjusted (to the
system's performance and personal level of patience):
    let g:indentconsistencycop_CheckAfterWriteMaxLinesForImmediateCheck = 1000

By default, both indent consistency and consistency with the buffer settings
will be checked when a file is loaded.
Only indent consistency is checked after a write of the buffer. The user
already was alerted to inconsistent buffer settings when the file was loaded
and editing the file did't change anything in that regard.
If you don't want the check for consistency with the buffer settings, set
    let g:indentconsistencycop_AutoRunCmd = 'IndentRangeConsistencyCop'
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmds-1.42.vmb.gz 1.42 2013-02-27 7.0 Ingo Karkat - When the persistence of the buffer fails (e.g. with "E212: Cannot open for writing"), don't run the cop; its messages may obscure the write error.
- ENH: Allow skipping automatic checks for certain buffers (i.e. not globally disabling the checks via :IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmdsOff), configured for example by a directory-local vimrc, via new b:indentconsistencycop_SkipChecks setting.
IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmds-1.40.vmb.gz 1.40 2012-09-26 7.0 Ingo Karkat ENH: Allow check only on buffer writes by clearing new config flag g:indentconsistencycop_CheckOnLoad. This comes with the risk of introducing indent inconsistencies until the first write, but on the other hand avoids alerts when just viewing file(s) (especially when restoring a saved session with multiple files; though one could also temporarily disable the autocmds in that case). Suggested by Marcelo Montú.
IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmds.vba.gz 1.32 2012-03-08 7.0 Ingo Karkat Avoid "E464: Ambiguous use of user-defined command: IndentConsistencyCop" when loading of the IndentConsistencyCop has been suppressed via --cmd "let g:loaded_indentconsistencycop = 1" by checking for the existence of the command in the definition of the autocmds. Do not define the commands when the IndentConsistencyCop command has not been defined.
IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmds.vba.gz 1.31 2011-01-09 7.0 Ingo Karkat BUG: "E216: No such group or event: IndentConsistencyCopBufferCmds" on :IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmdsOff.
IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmds.vba.gz 1.30 2010-12-31 7.0 Ingo Karkat - ENH: Do not invoke the IndentConsistencyCop if the user chose to ignore the cop's report of an inconsistency. Requires b:indentconsistencycop_result.isIgnore flag introduced in IndentConsistencyCop 1.21.
- ENH: Only check indent consistency after a write of the buffer, not consistency with buffer settings.
- BUG: :IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmdsOff only works for future buffers, but does not turn off the cop in existing buffers. Must remove all buffer-local autocmds, too.
- Allowing to just run indent consistency check, not buffer settings at all times via g:indentconsistencycop_AutoRunCmd.
- Added separate help file and packaging the plugin as a vimball.
- ENH: Added "check after write" feature, which triggers the IndentConsistencyCop whenever the buffer is written. To avoid blocking the user, in large buffers the check is only scheduled to run on the next 'CursorHold' event.
- BUG: The same buffer-local autocmd could be created multiple times when the filetype is set repeatedly.
- BUG: By clearing the entire IndentConsistencyCopBufferCmds augroup, pending autocmds for other buffers were deleted by an autocmd run in the current buffer. Now deleting only the buffer-local autocmds for the events that fired.
IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmds.vim 1.10.004 2008-06-23 7.0 Ingo Karkat Minor change: Added -bar to all commands that do not take any arguments, so that these can be chained together.
IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmds.vim 1.10.003 2008-02-22 7.0 Ingo Karkat Avoiding multiple invocations of the IndentConsistencyCop when reloading or switching buffers. Now there's only one check per file and VIM session.
Added commands :IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmdsOn and :IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmdsOff to re-enable/disable autocommands.  
IndentConsistencyCopAutoCmds.vim 0.01 2006-10-24 7.0 Ingo Karkat Initial upload
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