This is still very beta (and doesn't really work), use at your own risk!
vim-leaderboard is a Vim plugin that allows you keep track of which leader commands you run, when you run them, and what the command actually was.
You just run your leader commands as usual when you quit Vim your new data gets saved in a CSV file. You can then parse the CSV and do whatever you want with the data.
There is a little bit of setup required:
- Install the plugin. I recommend using Vundle:
- Wrap all your leader commands in a function call. Here is an example
call leaderboard#noremap("Fix formatting", "re", ":call FixFormatting()") call leaderboard#noremap("Run tests", "t", ":w", ":call RunTests()") call leaderboard#noremap("Run current file", "rr", ":w", ":call RunCurrentFile()")
leaderboard#noremap function takes 3 or more arguments:
- A description of what the command does.
- The key combination you wanna use. If this is for example
rr, you'll have it
<leader>rrto run the command.
- The remaining arguments (can be as many as you want) are the commands that will be run. They will be run in the order you supply them.
Once this is done you can run your leader commands as usual.
Currently you can only add mappings with
noremap but the rest will soon be added.
Getting the data
When you quit Vim the history of the session will be saved (or appended) it a file at
~/.leaderboard_hist. This is a CSV file with the following format:
name,key,command,datetime "Run current file","rr",":w :call RunCurrentFile()","Mon May 19 15:16:20 2014" "Fix formatting","t",":call RunTests()","Mon May 19 15:16:24 2014" "Run tests","re",":call FixFormatting()","Mon May 19 15:16:29 2014"
You can then do whatever you want with the data.