bennypowers/splitjoin.nvim

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๐Ÿช“๐Ÿงท splitjoin.nvim

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Split or join list-like syntax constructs. like g, and gj from the venerable old vim-mode-plus.

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๐Ÿšš Installation

return { 'bennypowers/splitjoin.nvim',
  lazy = true,
  keys = {
    { 'gj', function() require'splitjoin'.join() end, desc = 'Join the object under cursor' },
    { 'g,', function() require'splitjoin'.split() end, desc = 'Split the object under cursor' },
  },
}

๐ŸŽ Options

There are currently two options, the global default_indent serves as a fallback indent when a language does not have an indent configured. The languages table lets you specify or modify language rules. Each language table contains an options key which can have the following members:

name type description
default_indent string indent to apply when splitting
nodes table<string, table> options for this node
nodes[name].padding string padding to apply when joining
nodes[name].sep_first boolean whether to place the separator first when splitting

Default Options

See languages/*/options.lua

split()

Separate the construct under the cursor into multiple lines

Before:

[1, 2, 3]

After:

[
  1,
  2,
  3,
]

join()

Join the construct under the cursor into a single line

Before:

[
  1,
  2,
  3,
]

After:

[1, 2, 3]

Support

  • ecmascript: object, array, params, arguments
  • lua: table, params, arguments, variable_lists
  • css: rules (blocks)