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From: Samuel Lacas <Samuel.Lacas@t...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] single-line comment request
Damien a écrit 0.7K le Tue, Apr 08, 2003 at 05:28:05PM +0200:
# maybe some emacs/vi guru could write a shortcut that [un]comment a
# single line...
# I am not used to Lisp, but I guess it shouldn't be difficult.

Well, I suppose I'm now a VIM guru :)

nmap <C-C> :s/^.*$/(* & *)/<CR>

maps (Control-C) (which is the meaning of "<C-c>") in normal mode
(thus the "nmap") to a readable regexp substitution.
This comments the whole line.

mapping another key to :s/(\* \| \*)//g<CR> uncomment the line.

If one wants to have the same key to toggle the comment/uncomment,
or comment from the cursor's position up to the end of the line,
it will cost you more...


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