Unicode Macro Table is a Vim script that allows you to easilyr egister insert mode macros for useful Unicode characters.
Version: 0.1Unicode Macro Table is a Vim script that provides the needed functionality to easily register insert mode macros for useful Unicode characters as well as initial mapping tables for a mostly math oriented background.
License: GPL v3
Operating System: Linux
Simple source the script inside your .vimrc to register the needed macros. You may then use any macro name listed inside the first part of the script file with a backslash in front of it. Therefore just typing e.g. "alpha beta gamma" in insert mode would give you the Greek letters you want.
You may customize every mapping table to your linkings or add new ones. If you create new tables or extend the ones already present I would be grateful if you could send me a copy of your work, for everyone to benefit from.
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