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Congrats Peter!
Thanks a lot.

On Sat, Jun 18, 2011 at 5:10 AM, Peter Odding <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Back in 2008 I sort of announced [1] a Lua file type plug-in for the Vim
> text editor but then I never really published it somewhere. Since then
> several people have e-mailed me about the plug-in asking for updates.
> I've now finally taken the time to clean it up, write some documentation
> and make everything configurable.
> The basic features of the file type plug-in haven't changed since 2008,
> however I have added support for dynamic completion which is kind of
> scary (it loads all modules available on your system) but at the same
> time awesome: On my machine it comes up with 1081 completion candidates
> while the default (static) completion list includes 172 candidates... It
> might be a bit slow on the first try, but give it a moment (the results
> will be cached until you close Vim).
> Also when you use Control-X Control-U (user defined completion) or
> Control-X Control-O (omni completion) the completion menu shows function
> signatures for standard library functions. And the omni completion menu
> shows the values of scalar variables (booleans, numbers, strings). Both
> features can be observed in the screenshot [2] linked from the homepage.
> For more information about the file type plug-in please see the homepage
> [3], GitHub (for the sources) [4] or Vim Online (ZIP downloads) [5]. If
> you have any questions I'm happy to help.
> Enjoy your Lua programming in Vim! :-)
>  - Peter
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