vim-makejob

Minimal, asynchronous quickfix commands for Vim 8.0
git clone git://git.danielmoch.com/vim-makejob.git
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commit b8671466b2711a5cf0bb5ff820d00b1fdffcbc25
parent 4bf6048d16642df88fba4b938cfd9f263f8f9a40
Author: Daniel Moch <daniel@danielmoch.com>
Date:   Sat,  4 Jun 2016 08:01:45 -0400

Updated README file to fix broken links

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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -1,10 +1,11 @@ # Neovim MakeJob -There are plenty of [other](/scrooloose/syntastic) [build -solutions](/neomake/neomake) for [Vim](/vim/vim) and -[Neovim](/neovim/neovim), many of them offering feature sets that -overlap with those the editor already offers. With minimalism as a goal, -_MakeJob_ implements asynchronous `:make` and `:lmake` for Neovim in -just over 100 lines of Vimscript. +There are plenty of [other](http://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic) [build +solutions](http://github.com/neomake/neomake) for +[Vim](http://github.com/vim/vim) and +[Neovim](http://github.com/neovim/neovim), many of them offering feature +sets that overlap with those the editor already offers. With minimalism +as a goal, _MakeJob_ implements asynchronous `:make` and `:lmake` for +Neovim in just over 100 lines of Vimscript. ## Goals 1. Implement a minimal solution for asynchronous `:make` and `:lmake`. @@ -56,7 +57,7 @@ Also, it's possible to use `autocmd` to set the compiler of your choice Add that line to your `init.vim` and you're good to go for Python files (assuming you have a pylint compiler which hey, if you need one I've -[got you covered](/djmoch/vim-compiler)). +[got you covered](http://github.com/djmoch/vim-compiler)). Additionally, if you'd like _MakeJob_ to run a linter automatically when you write a file, then something like the following will to the trick. @@ -82,4 +83,4 @@ be the following: 5. `:h quickfix` ## License -MIT - See the LICENSE file for more information +MIT - See the [LICENSE](/LICENSE) file for more information