creating a vim plugin, that expands this kind of macros into a new vim buffer by pushing a key

macro paths / user defined macros / Name: Version: etc...

  • It could make it a bit easier to read a spec file
  • you could shortcut "gf" open a file with something like this: Patch1: %{name}-%{version}-whatever.patch

Looking for hackers with the skills:

vim rpm

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  • almost 9 years ago: m_meister added keyword "rpm" to this project.
  • almost 9 years ago: m_meister added keyword "vim" to this project.
  • almost 9 years ago: m_meister originated this project.

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