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tex-turkce : Converts Turkish characters to their TeX/HTML representation and back.

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created by
Caglar Toklu
 
script type
ftplugin
 
description
tex_turkce.vim
Converts Turkish characters to their TeX/HTML representation and back.

Home page: https://github.com/caglartoklu/tex_turkce.vim

The development is completely moved to Github.
For documentation and screenshot, please visit the homepage link.
Functionality changes will still be reflected to Vim.org page.
 
install details
For Vundle users:
    Bundle 'caglartoklu/tex_turkce.vim'

For Pathogen users:
    cd ~/.vim/bundle
    git clone git://github.com/caglartoklu/tex_turkce.vim

For all other users, simply drop the tex_turkce.vim file to your plugin directory.
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
tex_turkce.vim 2013-10-30 2013-10-30 7.0 Caglar Toklu Added generic TrTo and TrFrom commands which calls the appropriate conversion function according to the file type.
tex_turkce.vim 2013-10-08 2013-10-08 7.0 Caglar Toklu - HTML support: :TrToHtml and TrFromHtml commands added.
tex_turkce.vim 2013-10-06 2013-10-06 7.0 Caglar Toklu - Conversion in selection instead of whole file.
- If no selection is provided, whole file is used.
- Commands renamed as :TrToTex and :TrFromTex
- The script is now a plugin instead of ftplugin, since it will not be limited with .tex files in the future.
- Hosted the code on Github, all the development will be on Github from now on.
- Vim.org will be updated if a major change happens.
- The license has been changed from GPL to 2-clause FreeBSD.
- The file is saved in UNIX file format instead of Windows.
tex_turkce.vim 0.0.1 2010-03-27 6.0 Caglar Toklu Initial upload
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