Highlight matches for the word under the cursor.
:Matchmakerturns it on
:Matchmaker!turns it off
Note: this behaviour will change in version 1.0.0; be aware! When it
does, the new usage will look like
:Matchmaker on /
:Matchmaker! will toggle it. This is to make way for more commands, like
:Matchmaker someOtherMatchingMethod to change the matching behaviour.
Also, I like it more.
let g:matchmaker_enable_startup = 1 to your
~/.vimrc to enable
Matchmaker when vim starts.
If you have any highlighting conflicts with other plugins (such as
EasyMotion) you can configure
the highlighting priority with
let g:matchmaker_matchpriority = 0, where
0 can be any value below (or above) the conflicting plugin.
This project uses the git
flow model for
development. There's a handy git module for git
flow. If you'd like to be added as a contributor,
make some well-formatted pull requests (against the
develop branch) and let
Same as Vim; see