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 ######## My Changes Start Here #################
+# Unmap Ctrl-s for vim-ipython plugin; see the docs for more info.
+stty stop undef
+
 # My Aliases
 alias lkj="cd ~/ProgrammingStuff/my_notes/"
 alias oiu="cd ~/workspace/kchida_aws/"
 let g:netrw_dirhistmax  =10
-let g:netrw_dirhist_cnt =2
+let g:netrw_dirhist_cnt =4
 let g:netrw_dirhist_1='/home/kchida/ProgrammingStuff/my_notes'
 let g:netrw_dirhist_2='/home/kchida/dot-files/.vim'
+let g:netrw_dirhist_3='/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages'
+let g:netrw_dirhist_4='/home/kchida/dot-files/.vim/bundle/python-mode_git-klen/doc'

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/README.markdown

-Quickly install with:
-
-    git clone git://github.com/msanders/snipmate.vim.git
-	cd snipmate.vim
-	cp -R * ~/.vim

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/after/plugin/snipMate.vim

-" These are the mappings for snipMate.vim. Putting it here ensures that it
-" will be mapped after other plugins such as supertab.vim.
-if !exists('loaded_snips') || exists('s:did_snips_mappings')
-	finish
-endif
-let s:did_snips_mappings = 1
-
-" This is put here in the 'after' directory in order for snipMate to override
-" other plugin mappings (e.g., supertab).
-"
-" You can safely adjust these mappings to your preferences (as explained in
-" :help snipMate-remap).
-ino <silent> <tab> <c-r>=TriggerSnippet()<cr>
-snor <silent> <tab> <esc>i<right><c-r>=TriggerSnippet()<cr>
-ino <silent> <s-tab> <c-r>=BackwardsSnippet()<cr>
-snor <silent> <s-tab> <esc>i<right><c-r>=BackwardsSnippet()<cr>
-ino <silent> <c-r><tab> <c-r>=ShowAvailableSnips()<cr>
-
-" The default mappings for these are annoying & sometimes break snipMate.
-" You can change them back if you want, I've put them here for convenience.
-snor <bs> b<bs>
-snor <right> <esc>a
-snor <left> <esc>bi
-snor ' b<bs>'
-snor ` b<bs>`
-snor % b<bs>%
-snor U b<bs>U
-snor ^ b<bs>^
-snor \ b<bs>\
-snor <c-x> b<bs><c-x>
-
-" By default load snippets in snippets_dir
-if empty(snippets_dir)
-	finish
-endif
-
-call GetSnippets(snippets_dir, '_') " Get global snippets
-
-au FileType * if &ft != 'help' | call GetSnippets(snippets_dir, &ft) | endif
-" vim:noet:sw=4:ts=4:ft=vim

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/autoload/snipMate.vim

-fun! Filename(...)
-	let filename = expand('%:t:r')
-	if filename == '' | return a:0 == 2 ? a:2 : '' | endif
-	return !a:0 || a:1 == '' ? filename : substitute(a:1, '$1', filename, 'g')
-endf
-
-fun s:RemoveSnippet()
-	unl! g:snipPos s:curPos s:snipLen s:endCol s:endLine s:prevLen
-	     \ s:lastBuf s:oldWord
-	if exists('s:update')
-		unl s:startCol s:origWordLen s:update
-		if exists('s:oldVars') | unl s:oldVars s:oldEndCol | endif
-	endif
-	aug! snipMateAutocmds
-endf
-
-fun snipMate#expandSnip(snip, col)
-	let lnum = line('.') | let col = a:col
-
-	let snippet = s:ProcessSnippet(a:snip)
-	" Avoid error if eval evaluates to nothing
-	if snippet == '' | return '' | endif
-
-	" Expand snippet onto current position with the tab stops removed
-	let snipLines = split(substitute(snippet, '$\d\+\|${\d\+.\{-}}', '', 'g'), "\n", 1)
-
-	let line = getline(lnum)
-	let afterCursor = strpart(line, col - 1)
-	" Keep text after the cursor
-	if afterCursor != "\t" && afterCursor != ' '
-		let line = strpart(line, 0, col - 1)
-		let snipLines[-1] .= afterCursor
-	else
-		let afterCursor = ''
-		" For some reason the cursor needs to move one right after this
-		if line != '' && col == 1 && &ve != 'all' && &ve != 'onemore'
-			let col += 1
-		endif
-	endif
-
-	call setline(lnum, line.snipLines[0])
-
-	" Autoindent snippet according to previous indentation
-	let indent = matchend(line, '^.\{-}\ze\(\S\|$\)') + 1
-	call append(lnum, map(snipLines[1:], "'".strpart(line, 0, indent - 1)."'.v:val"))
-
-	" Open any folds snippet expands into
-	if &fen | sil! exe lnum.','.(lnum + len(snipLines) - 1).'foldopen' | endif
-
-	let [g:snipPos, s:snipLen] = s:BuildTabStops(snippet, lnum, col - indent, indent)
-
-	if s:snipLen
-		aug snipMateAutocmds
-			au CursorMovedI * call s:UpdateChangedSnip(0)
-			au InsertEnter * call s:UpdateChangedSnip(1)
-		aug END
-		let s:lastBuf = bufnr(0) " Only expand snippet while in current buffer
-		let s:curPos = 0
-		let s:endCol = g:snipPos[s:curPos][1]
-		let s:endLine = g:snipPos[s:curPos][0]
-
-		call cursor(g:snipPos[s:curPos][0], g:snipPos[s:curPos][1])
-		let s:prevLen = [line('$'), col('$')]
-		if g:snipPos[s:curPos][2] != -1 | return s:SelectWord() | endif
-	else
-		unl g:snipPos s:snipLen
-		" Place cursor at end of snippet if no tab stop is given
-		let newlines = len(snipLines) - 1
-		call cursor(lnum + newlines, indent + len(snipLines[-1]) - len(afterCursor)
-					\ + (newlines ? 0: col - 1))
-	endif
-	return ''
-endf
-
-" Prepare snippet to be processed by s:BuildTabStops
-fun s:ProcessSnippet(snip)
-	let snippet = a:snip
-	" Evaluate eval (`...`) expressions.
-	" Backquotes prefixed with a backslash "\" are ignored.
-	" Using a loop here instead of a regex fixes a bug with nested "\=".
-	if stridx(snippet, '`') != -1
-		while match(snippet, '\(^\|[^\\]\)`.\{-}[^\\]`') != -1
-			let snippet = substitute(snippet, '\(^\|[^\\]\)\zs`.\{-}[^\\]`\ze',
-		                \ substitute(eval(matchstr(snippet, '\(^\|[^\\]\)`\zs.\{-}[^\\]\ze`')),
-		                \ "\n\\%$", '', ''), '')
-		endw
-		let snippet = substitute(snippet, "\r", "\n", 'g')
-		let snippet = substitute(snippet, '\\`', '`', 'g')
-	endif
-
-	" Place all text after a colon in a tab stop after the tab stop
-	" (e.g. "${#:foo}" becomes "${:foo}foo").
-	" This helps tell the position of the tab stops later.
-	let snippet = substitute(snippet, '${\d\+:\(.\{-}\)}', '&\1', 'g')
-
-	" Update the a:snip so that all the $# become the text after
-	" the colon in their associated ${#}.
-	" (e.g. "${1:foo}" turns all "$1"'s into "foo")
-	let i = 1
-	while stridx(snippet, '${'.i) != -1
-		let s = matchstr(snippet, '${'.i.':\zs.\{-}\ze}')
-		if s != ''
-			let snippet = substitute(snippet, '$'.i, s.'&', 'g')
-		endif
-		let i += 1
-	endw
-
-	if &et " Expand tabs to spaces if 'expandtab' is set.
-		return substitute(snippet, '\t', repeat(' ', &sts ? &sts : &sw), 'g')
-	endif
-	return snippet
-endf
-
-" Counts occurences of haystack in needle
-fun s:Count(haystack, needle)
-	let counter = 0
-	let index = stridx(a:haystack, a:needle)
-	while index != -1
-		let index = stridx(a:haystack, a:needle, index+1)
-		let counter += 1
-	endw
-	return counter
-endf
-
-" Builds a list of a list of each tab stop in the snippet containing:
-" 1.) The tab stop's line number.
-" 2.) The tab stop's column number
-"     (by getting the length of the string between the last "\n" and the
-"     tab stop).
-" 3.) The length of the text after the colon for the current tab stop
-"     (e.g. "${1:foo}" would return 3). If there is no text, -1 is returned.
-" 4.) If the "${#:}" construct is given, another list containing all
-"     the matches of "$#", to be replaced with the placeholder. This list is
-"     composed the same way as the parent; the first item is the line number,
-"     and the second is the column.
-fun s:BuildTabStops(snip, lnum, col, indent)
-	let snipPos = []
-	let i = 1
-	let withoutVars = substitute(a:snip, '$\d\+', '', 'g')
-	while stridx(a:snip, '${'.i) != -1
-		let beforeTabStop = matchstr(withoutVars, '^.*\ze${'.i.'\D')
-		let withoutOthers = substitute(withoutVars, '${\('.i.'\D\)\@!\d\+.\{-}}', '', 'g')
-
-		let j = i - 1
-		call add(snipPos, [0, 0, -1])
-		let snipPos[j][0] = a:lnum + s:Count(beforeTabStop, "\n")
-		let snipPos[j][1] = a:indent + len(matchstr(withoutOthers, '.*\(\n\|^\)\zs.*\ze${'.i.'\D'))
-		if snipPos[j][0] == a:lnum | let snipPos[j][1] += a:col | endif
-
-		" Get all $# matches in another list, if ${#:name} is given
-		if stridx(withoutVars, '${'.i.':') != -1
-			let snipPos[j][2] = len(matchstr(withoutVars, '${'.i.':\zs.\{-}\ze}'))
-			let dots = repeat('.', snipPos[j][2])
-			call add(snipPos[j], [])
-			let withoutOthers = substitute(a:snip, '${\d\+.\{-}}\|$'.i.'\@!\d\+', '', 'g')
-			while match(withoutOthers, '$'.i.'\(\D\|$\)') != -1
-				let beforeMark = matchstr(withoutOthers, '^.\{-}\ze'.dots.'$'.i.'\(\D\|$\)')
-				call add(snipPos[j][3], [0, 0])
-				let snipPos[j][3][-1][0] = a:lnum + s:Count(beforeMark, "\n")
-				let snipPos[j][3][-1][1] = a:indent + (snipPos[j][3][-1][0] > a:lnum
-				                           \ ? len(matchstr(beforeMark, '.*\n\zs.*'))
-				                           \ : a:col + len(beforeMark))
-				let withoutOthers = substitute(withoutOthers, '$'.i.'\ze\(\D\|$\)', '', '')
-			endw
-		endif
-		let i += 1
-	endw
-	return [snipPos, i - 1]
-endf
-
-fun snipMate#jumpTabStop(backwards)
-	let leftPlaceholder = exists('s:origWordLen')
-	                      \ && s:origWordLen != g:snipPos[s:curPos][2]
-	if leftPlaceholder && exists('s:oldEndCol')
-		let startPlaceholder = s:oldEndCol + 1
-	endif
-
-	if exists('s:update')
-		call s:UpdatePlaceholderTabStops()
-	else
-		call s:UpdateTabStops()
-	endif
-
-	" Don't reselect placeholder if it has been modified
-	if leftPlaceholder && g:snipPos[s:curPos][2] != -1
-		if exists('startPlaceholder')
-			let g:snipPos[s:curPos][1] = startPlaceholder
-		else
-			let g:snipPos[s:curPos][1] = col('.')
-			let g:snipPos[s:curPos][2] = 0
-		endif
-	endif
-
-	let s:curPos += a:backwards ? -1 : 1
-	" Loop over the snippet when going backwards from the beginning
-	if s:curPos < 0 | let s:curPos = s:snipLen - 1 | endif
-
-	if s:curPos == s:snipLen
-		let sMode = s:endCol == g:snipPos[s:curPos-1][1]+g:snipPos[s:curPos-1][2]
-		call s:RemoveSnippet()
-		return sMode ? "\<tab>" : TriggerSnippet()
-	endif
-
-	call cursor(g:snipPos[s:curPos][0], g:snipPos[s:curPos][1])
-
-	let s:endLine = g:snipPos[s:curPos][0]
-	let s:endCol = g:snipPos[s:curPos][1]
-	let s:prevLen = [line('$'), col('$')]
-
-	return g:snipPos[s:curPos][2] == -1 ? '' : s:SelectWord()
-endf
-
-fun s:UpdatePlaceholderTabStops()
-	let changeLen = s:origWordLen - g:snipPos[s:curPos][2]
-	unl s:startCol s:origWordLen s:update
-	if !exists('s:oldVars') | return | endif
-	" Update tab stops in snippet if text has been added via "$#"
-	" (e.g., in "${1:foo}bar$1${2}").
-	if changeLen != 0
-		let curLine = line('.')
-
-		for pos in g:snipPos
-			if pos == g:snipPos[s:curPos] | continue | endif
-			let changed = pos[0] == curLine && pos[1] > s:oldEndCol
-			let changedVars = 0
-			let endPlaceholder = pos[2] - 1 + pos[1]
-			" Subtract changeLen from each tab stop that was after any of
-			" the current tab stop's placeholders.
-			for [lnum, col] in s:oldVars
-				if lnum > pos[0] | break | endif
-				if pos[0] == lnum
-					if pos[1] > col || (pos[2] == -1 && pos[1] == col)
-						let changed += 1
-					elseif col < endPlaceholder
-						let changedVars += 1
-					endif
-				endif
-			endfor
-			let pos[1] -= changeLen * changed
-			let pos[2] -= changeLen * changedVars " Parse variables within placeholders
-                                                  " e.g., "${1:foo} ${2:$1bar}"
-
-			if pos[2] == -1 | continue | endif
-			" Do the same to any placeholders in the other tab stops.
-			for nPos in pos[3]
-				let changed = nPos[0] == curLine && nPos[1] > s:oldEndCol
-				for [lnum, col] in s:oldVars
-					if lnum > nPos[0] | break | endif
-					if nPos[0] == lnum && nPos[1] > col
-						let changed += 1
-					endif
-				endfor
-				let nPos[1] -= changeLen * changed
-			endfor
-		endfor
-	endif
-	unl s:endCol s:oldVars s:oldEndCol
-endf
-
-fun s:UpdateTabStops()
-	let changeLine = s:endLine - g:snipPos[s:curPos][0]
-	let changeCol = s:endCol - g:snipPos[s:curPos][1]
-	if exists('s:origWordLen')
-		let changeCol -= s:origWordLen
-		unl s:origWordLen
-	endif
-	let lnum = g:snipPos[s:curPos][0]
-	let col = g:snipPos[s:curPos][1]
-	" Update the line number of all proceeding tab stops if <cr> has
-	" been inserted.
-	if changeLine != 0
-		let changeLine -= 1
-		for pos in g:snipPos
-			if pos[0] >= lnum
-				if pos[0] == lnum | let pos[1] += changeCol | endif
-				let pos[0] += changeLine
-			endif
-			if pos[2] == -1 | continue | endif
-			for nPos in pos[3]
-				if nPos[0] >= lnum
-					if nPos[0] == lnum | let nPos[1] += changeCol | endif
-					let nPos[0] += changeLine
-				endif
-			endfor
-		endfor
-	elseif changeCol != 0
-		" Update the column of all proceeding tab stops if text has
-		" been inserted/deleted in the current line.
-		for pos in g:snipPos
-			if pos[1] >= col && pos[0] == lnum
-				let pos[1] += changeCol
-			endif
-			if pos[2] == -1 | continue | endif
-			for nPos in pos[3]
-				if nPos[0] > lnum | break | endif
-				if nPos[0] == lnum && nPos[1] >= col
-					let nPos[1] += changeCol
-				endif
-			endfor
-		endfor
-	endif
-endf
-
-fun s:SelectWord()
-	let s:origWordLen = g:snipPos[s:curPos][2]
-	let s:oldWord = strpart(getline('.'), g:snipPos[s:curPos][1] - 1,
-				\ s:origWordLen)
-	let s:prevLen[1] -= s:origWordLen
-	if !empty(g:snipPos[s:curPos][3])
-		let s:update = 1
-		let s:endCol = -1
-		let s:startCol = g:snipPos[s:curPos][1] - 1
-	endif
-	if !s:origWordLen | return '' | endif
-	let l = col('.') != 1 ? 'l' : ''
-	if &sel == 'exclusive'
-		return "\<esc>".l.'v'.s:origWordLen."l\<c-g>"
-	endif
-	return s:origWordLen == 1 ? "\<esc>".l.'gh'
-							\ : "\<esc>".l.'v'.(s:origWordLen - 1)."l\<c-g>"
-endf
-
-" This updates the snippet as you type when text needs to be inserted
-" into multiple places (e.g. in "${1:default text}foo$1bar$1",
-" "default text" would be highlighted, and if the user types something,
-" UpdateChangedSnip() would be called so that the text after "foo" & "bar"
-" are updated accordingly)
-"
-" It also automatically quits the snippet if the cursor is moved out of it
-" while in insert mode.
-fun s:UpdateChangedSnip(entering)
-	if exists('g:snipPos') && bufnr(0) != s:lastBuf
-		call s:RemoveSnippet()
-	elseif exists('s:update') " If modifying a placeholder
-		if !exists('s:oldVars') && s:curPos + 1 < s:snipLen
-			" Save the old snippet & word length before it's updated
-			" s:startCol must be saved too, in case text is added
-			" before the snippet (e.g. in "foo$1${2}bar${1:foo}").
-			let s:oldEndCol = s:startCol
-			let s:oldVars = deepcopy(g:snipPos[s:curPos][3])
-		endif
-		let col = col('.') - 1
-
-		if s:endCol != -1
-			let changeLen = col('$') - s:prevLen[1]
-			let s:endCol += changeLen
-		else " When being updated the first time, after leaving select mode
-			if a:entering | return | endif
-			let s:endCol = col - 1
-		endif
-
-		" If the cursor moves outside the snippet, quit it
-		if line('.') != g:snipPos[s:curPos][0] || col < s:startCol ||
-					\ col - 1 > s:endCol
-			unl! s:startCol s:origWordLen s:oldVars s:update
-			return s:RemoveSnippet()
-		endif
-
-		call s:UpdateVars()
-		let s:prevLen[1] = col('$')
-	elseif exists('g:snipPos')
-		if !a:entering && g:snipPos[s:curPos][2] != -1
-			let g:snipPos[s:curPos][2] = -2
-		endif
-
-		let col = col('.')
-		let lnum = line('.')
-		let changeLine = line('$') - s:prevLen[0]
-
-		if lnum == s:endLine
-			let s:endCol += col('$') - s:prevLen[1]
-			let s:prevLen = [line('$'), col('$')]
-		endif
-		if changeLine != 0
-			let s:endLine += changeLine
-			let s:endCol = col
-		endif
-
-		" Delete snippet if cursor moves out of it in insert mode
-		if (lnum == s:endLine && (col > s:endCol || col < g:snipPos[s:curPos][1]))
-			\ || lnum > s:endLine || lnum < g:snipPos[s:curPos][0]
-			call s:RemoveSnippet()
-		endif
-	endif
-endf
-
-" This updates the variables in a snippet when a placeholder has been edited.
-" (e.g., each "$1" in "${1:foo} $1bar $1bar")
-fun s:UpdateVars()
-	let newWordLen = s:endCol - s:startCol + 1
-	let newWord = strpart(getline('.'), s:startCol, newWordLen)
-	if newWord == s:oldWord || empty(g:snipPos[s:curPos][3])
-		return
-	endif
-
-	let changeLen = g:snipPos[s:curPos][2] - newWordLen
-	let curLine = line('.')
-	let startCol = col('.')
-	let oldStartSnip = s:startCol
-	let updateTabStops = changeLen != 0
-	let i = 0
-
-	for [lnum, col] in g:snipPos[s:curPos][3]
-		if updateTabStops
-			let start = s:startCol
-			if lnum == curLine && col <= start
-				let s:startCol -= changeLen
-				let s:endCol -= changeLen
-			endif
-			for nPos in g:snipPos[s:curPos][3][(i):]
-				" This list is in ascending order, so quit if we've gone too far.
-				if nPos[0] > lnum | break | endif
-				if nPos[0] == lnum && nPos[1] > col
-					let nPos[1] -= changeLen
-				endif
-			endfor
-			if lnum == curLine && col > start
-				let col -= changeLen
-				let g:snipPos[s:curPos][3][i][1] = col
-			endif
-			let i += 1
-		endif
-
-		" "Very nomagic" is used here to allow special characters.
-		call setline(lnum, substitute(getline(lnum), '\%'.col.'c\V'.
-						\ escape(s:oldWord, '\'), escape(newWord, '\&'), ''))
-	endfor
-	if oldStartSnip != s:startCol
-		call cursor(0, startCol + s:startCol - oldStartSnip)
-	endif
-
-	let s:oldWord = newWord
-	let g:snipPos[s:curPos][2] = newWordLen
-endf
-" vim:noet:sw=4:ts=4:ft=vim

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/doc/snipMate.txt

-*snipMate.txt*  Plugin for using TextMate-style snippets in Vim.
-
-snipMate                                       *snippet* *snippets* *snipMate*
-Last Change: December 27, 2009
-
-|snipMate-description|   Description
-|snipMate-syntax|        Snippet syntax
-|snipMate-usage|         Usage
-|snipMate-settings|      Settings
-|snipMate-features|      Features
-|snipMate-disadvantages| Disadvantages to TextMate
-|snipMate-contact|       Contact
-|snipMate-license|       License
-
-For Vim version 7.0 or later.
-This plugin only works if 'compatible' is not set.
-{Vi does not have any of these features.}
-
-==============================================================================
-DESCRIPTION                                             *snipMate-description*
-
-snipMate.vim implements some of TextMate's snippets features in Vim. A
-snippet is a piece of often-typed text that you can insert into your
-document using a trigger word followed by a <tab>.
-
-For instance, in a C file using the default installation of snipMate.vim, if
-you type "for<tab>" in insert mode, it will expand a typical for loop in C: >
-
- for (i = 0; i < count; i++) {
-
- }
-
-
-To go to the next item in the loop, simply <tab> over to it; if there is
-repeated code, such as the "i" variable in this example, you can simply
-start typing once it's highlighted and all the matches specified in the
-snippet will be updated. To go in reverse, use <shift-tab>.
-
-==============================================================================
-SYNTAX                                                        *snippet-syntax*
-
-Snippets can be defined in two ways. They can be in their own file, named
-after their trigger in 'snippets/<filetype>/<trigger>.snippet', or they can be
-defined together in a 'snippets/<filetype>.snippets' file. Note that dotted
-'filetype' syntax is supported -- e.g., you can use >
-
-	:set ft=html.eruby
-
-to activate snippets for both HTML and eRuby for the current file.
-
-The syntax for snippets in *.snippets files is the following: >
-
- snippet trigger
- 	expanded text
-	more expanded text
-
-Note that the first hard tab after the snippet trigger is required, and not
-expanded in the actual snippet. The syntax for *.snippet files is the same,
-only without the trigger declaration and starting indentation.
-
-Also note that snippets must be defined using hard tabs. They can be expanded
-to spaces later if desired (see |snipMate-indenting|).
-
-"#" is used as a line-comment character in *.snippets files; however, they can
-only be used outside of a snippet declaration. E.g.: >
-
- # this is a correct comment
- snippet trigger
- 	expanded text
- snippet another_trigger
- 	# this isn't a comment!
-	expanded text
-<
-This should hopefully be obvious with the included syntax highlighting.
-
-                                                               *snipMate-${#}*
-Tab stops ~
-
-By default, the cursor is placed at the end of a snippet. To specify where the
-cursor is to be placed next, use "${#}", where the # is the number of the tab
-stop. E.g., to place the cursor first on the id of a <div> tag, and then allow
-the user to press <tab> to go to the middle of it:
- >
- snippet div
- 	<div id="${1}">
-		${2}
-	</div>
-<
-                        *snipMate-placeholders* *snipMate-${#:}* *snipMate-$#*
-Placeholders ~
-
-Placeholder text can be supplied using "${#:text}", where # is the number of
-the tab stop. This text then can be copied throughout the snippet using "$#",
-given # is the same number as used before. So, to make a C for loop: >
-
- snippet for
- 	for (${2:i}; $2 < ${1:count}; $1++) {
-		${4}
-	}
-
-This will cause "count" to first be selected and change if the user starts
-typing. When <tab> is pressed, the "i" in ${2}'s position will be selected;
-all $2 variables will default to "i" and automatically be updated if the user
-starts typing.
-NOTE: "$#" syntax is used only for variables, not for tab stops as in TextMate.
-
-Variables within variables are also possible. For instance: >
-
- snippet opt
- 	<option value="${1:option}">${2:$1}</option>
-
-Will, as usual, cause "option" to first be selected and update all the $1
-variables if the user starts typing. Since one of these variables is inside of
-${2}, this text will then be used as a placeholder for the next tab stop,
-allowing the user to change it if he wishes.
-
-To copy a value throughout a snippet without supplying default text, simply
-use the "${#:}" construct without the text; e.g.: >
-
- snippet foo
- 	${1:}bar$1
-<                                                          *snipMate-commands*
-Interpolated Vim Script ~
-
-Snippets can also contain Vim script commands that are executed (via |eval()|)
-when the snippet is inserted. Commands are given inside backticks (`...`); for
-TextMates's functionality, use the |system()| function. E.g.: >
-
- snippet date
- 	`system("date +%Y-%m-%d")`
-
-will insert the current date, assuming you are on a Unix system. Note that you
-can also (and should) use |strftime()| for this example.
-
-Filename([{expr}] [, {defaultText}])             *snipMate-filename* *Filename()*
-
-Since the current filename is used often in snippets, a default function
-has been defined for it in snipMate.vim, appropriately called Filename().
-
-With no arguments, the default filename without an extension is returned;
-the first argument specifies what to place before or after the filename,
-and the second argument supplies the default text to be used if the file
-has not been named. "$1" in the first argument is replaced with the filename;
-if you only want the filename to be returned, the first argument can be left
-blank. Examples: >
-
- snippet filename
- 	`Filename()`
- snippet filename_with_default
- 	`Filename('', 'name')`
- snippet filename_foo
- 	`filename('$1_foo')`
-
-The first example returns the filename if it the file has been named, and an
-empty string if it hasn't. The second returns the filename if it's been named,
-and "name" if it hasn't. The third returns the filename followed by "_foo" if
-it has been named, and an empty string if it hasn't.
-
-                                                                   *multi_snip*
-To specify that a snippet can have multiple matches in a *.snippets file, use
-this syntax: >
-
- snippet trigger A description of snippet #1
- 	expand this text
- snippet trigger A description of snippet #2
- 	expand THIS text!
-
-In this example, when "trigger<tab>" is typed, a numbered menu containing all
-of the descriptions of the "trigger" will be shown; when the user presses the
-corresponding number, that snippet will then be expanded.
-
-To create a snippet with multiple matches using *.snippet files,
-simply place all the snippets in a subdirectory with the trigger name:
-'snippets/<filetype>/<trigger>/<name>.snippet'.
-
-==============================================================================
-USAGE                                                         *snipMate-usage*
-
-                                                 *'snippets'* *g:snippets_dir*
-Snippets are by default looked for any 'snippets' directory in your
-'runtimepath'. Typically, it is located at '~/.vim/snippets/' on *nix or
-'$HOME\vimfiles\snippets\' on Windows. To change that location or add another
-one, change the g:snippets_dir variable in your |.vimrc| to your preferred
-directory, or use the |ExtractSnips()|function. This will be used by the
-|globpath()| function, and so accepts the same syntax as it (e.g.,
-comma-separated paths).
-
-ExtractSnipsFile({directory}, {filetype})     *ExtractSnipsFile()* *.snippets*
-
-ExtractSnipsFile() extracts the specified *.snippets file for the given
-filetype. A .snippets file contains multiple snippet declarations for the
-filetype. It is further explained above, in |snippet-syntax|.
-
-ExtractSnips({directory}, {filetype})             *ExtractSnips()* *.snippet*
-
-ExtractSnips() extracts *.snippet files from the specified directory and
-defines them as snippets for the given filetype. The directory tree should
-look like this: 'snippets/<filetype>/<trigger>.snippet'. If the snippet has
-multiple matches, it should look like this:
-'snippets/<filetype>/<trigger>/<name>.snippet' (see |multi_snip|).
-
-ResetAllSnippets()                                       *ResetAllSnippets()*
-ResetAllSnippets() removes all snippets from memory. This is useful to put at
-the top of a snippet setup file for if you would like to |:source| it multiple
-times.
-
-ResetSnippets({filetype})                                   *ResetSnippets()*
-ResetSnippets() removes all snippets from memory for the given filetype.
-
-ReloadAllSnippets()                                     *ReloadAllSnippets()*
-ReloadAllSnippets() reloads all snippets for all filetypes. This is useful for
-testing and debugging.
-
-ReloadSnippets({filetype})                                 *ReloadSnippets()*
-ReloadSnippets() reloads all snippets for the given filetype.
-
-                                             *list-snippets* *i_CTRL-R_<Tab>*
-If you would like to see what snippets are available, simply type <c-r><tab>
-in the current buffer to show a list via |popupmenu-completion|.
-
-==============================================================================
-SETTINGS                                  *snipMate-settings* *g:snips_author*
-
-The g:snips_author string (similar to $TM_FULLNAME in TextMate) should be set
-to your name; it can then be used in snippets to automatically add it. E.g.: >
-
- let g:snips_author = 'Hubert Farnsworth'
- snippet name
- 	`g:snips_author`
-<
-                                     *snipMate-expandtab* *snipMate-indenting*
-If you would like your snippets to be expanded using spaces instead of tabs,
-just enable 'expandtab' and set 'softtabstop' to your preferred amount of
-spaces. If 'softtabstop' is not set, 'shiftwidth' is used instead.
-
-                                                              *snipMate-remap*
-snipMate does not come with a setting to customize the trigger key, but you
-can remap it easily in the two lines it's defined in the 'after' directory
-under 'plugin/snipMate.vim'. For instance, to change the trigger key
-to CTRL-J, just change this: >
-
- ino <tab> <c-r>=TriggerSnippet()<cr>
- snor <tab> <esc>i<right><c-r>=TriggerSnippet()<cr>
-
-to this: >
- ino <c-j> <c-r>=TriggerSnippet()<cr>
- snor <c-j> <esc>i<right><c-r>=TriggerSnippet()<cr>
-
-==============================================================================
-FEATURES                                                   *snipMate-features*
-
-snipMate.vim has the following features among others:
-  - The syntax of snippets is very similar to TextMate's, allowing
-    easy conversion.
-  - The position of the snippet is kept transparently (i.e. it does not use
-    markers/placeholders written to the buffer), which allows you to escape
-    out of an incomplete snippet, something particularly useful in Vim.
-  - Variables in snippets are updated as-you-type.
-  - Snippets can have multiple matches.
-  - Snippets can be out of order. For instance, in a do...while loop, the
-    condition can be added before the code.
-  - [New] File-based snippets are supported.
-  - [New] Triggers after non-word delimiters are expanded, e.g. "foo"
-    in "bar.foo".
-  - [New] <shift-tab> can now be used to jump tab stops in reverse order.
-
-==============================================================================
-DISADVANTAGES                                         *snipMate-disadvantages*
-
-snipMate.vim currently has the following disadvantages to TextMate's snippets:
-    - There is no $0; the order of tab stops must be explicitly stated.
-    - Placeholders within placeholders are not possible. E.g.: >
-
-      '<div${1: id="${2:some_id}}">${3}</div>'
-<
-      In TextMate this would first highlight ' id="some_id"', and if
-      you hit delete it would automatically skip ${2} and go to ${3}
-      on the next <tab>, but if you didn't delete it it would highlight
-      "some_id" first. You cannot do this in snipMate.vim.
-    - Regex cannot be performed on variables, such as "${1/.*/\U&}"
-    - Placeholders cannot span multiple lines.
-    - Activating snippets in different scopes of the same file is
-      not possible.
-
-Perhaps some of these features will be added in a later release.
-
-==============================================================================
-CONTACT                                   *snipMate-contact* *snipMate-author*
-
-To contact the author (Michael Sanders), please email:
- msanders42+snipmate <at> gmail <dot> com
-
-I greatly appreciate any suggestions or improvements offered for the script.
-
-==============================================================================
-LICENSE                                                     *snipMate-license*
-
-snipMate is released under the MIT license:
-
-Copyright 2009-2010 Michael Sanders. All rights reserved.
-
-Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
-of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
-in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
-to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
-copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
-furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
-
-The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
-copies or substantial portions of the Software.
-
-The software is provided "as is", without warranty of any kind, express or
-implied, including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability,
-fitness for a particular purpose and noninfringement. In no event shall the
-authors or copyright holders be liable for any claim, damages or other
-liability, whether in an action of contract, tort or otherwise, arising from,
-out of or in connection with the software or the use or other dealings in the
-software.
-
-==============================================================================
-
-vim:tw=78:ts=8:ft=help:norl:

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/ftplugin/html_snip_helper.vim

-" Helper function for (x)html snippets
-if exists('s:did_snip_helper') || &cp || !exists('loaded_snips')
-	finish
-endif
-let s:did_snip_helper = 1
-
-" Automatically closes tag if in xhtml
-fun! Close()
-	return stridx(&ft, 'xhtml') == -1 ? '' : ' /'
-endf

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/plugin-info.txt

-{
-  "name" : "snipmate",
-  "version" : "dev",
-  "author" : "Michael Sanders <msanders42@gmail.com>",
-  "repository" : {"type": "git", "url": "git://github.com/msanders/snipmate.vim.git"},
-  "dependencies" : {},
-  "description" : "snipMate.vim aims to be a concise vim script that implements some of TextMate's snippets features in Vim."
-}

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/plugin/snipMate.vim

-" File:          snipMate.vim
-" Author:        Michael Sanders
-" Version:       0.84
-" Description:   snipMate.vim implements some of TextMate's snippets features in
-"                Vim. A snippet is a piece of often-typed text that you can
-"                insert into your document using a trigger word followed by a "<tab>".
-"
-"                For more help see snipMate.txt; you can do this by using:
-"                :helptags ~/.vim/doc
-"                :h snipMate.txt
-
-if exists('loaded_snips') || &cp || version < 700
-	finish
-endif
-let loaded_snips = 1
-if !exists('snips_author') | let snips_author = 'Me' | endif
-
-au BufRead,BufNewFile *.snippets\= set ft=snippet
-au FileType snippet setl noet fdm=indent
-
-let s:snippets = {} | let s:multi_snips = {}
-
-if !exists('snippets_dir')
-	let snippets_dir = substitute(globpath(&rtp, 'snippets/'), "\n", ',', 'g')
-endif
-
-fun! MakeSnip(scope, trigger, content, ...)
-	let multisnip = a:0 && a:1 != ''
-	let var = multisnip ? 's:multi_snips' : 's:snippets'
-	if !has_key({var}, a:scope) | let {var}[a:scope] = {} | endif
-	if !has_key({var}[a:scope], a:trigger)
-		let {var}[a:scope][a:trigger] = multisnip ? [[a:1, a:content]] : a:content
-	elseif multisnip | let {var}[a:scope][a:trigger] += [[a:1, a:content]]
-	else
-		echom 'Warning in snipMate.vim: Snippet '.a:trigger.' is already defined.'
-				\ .' See :h multi_snip for help on snippets with multiple matches.'
-	endif
-endf
-
-fun! ExtractSnips(dir, ft)
-	for path in split(globpath(a:dir, '*'), "\n")
-		if isdirectory(path)
-			let pathname = fnamemodify(path, ':t')
-			for snipFile in split(globpath(path, '*.snippet'), "\n")
-				call s:ProcessFile(snipFile, a:ft, pathname)
-			endfor
-		elseif fnamemodify(path, ':e') == 'snippet'
-			call s:ProcessFile(path, a:ft)
-		endif
-	endfor
-endf
-
-" Processes a single-snippet file; optionally add the name of the parent
-" directory for a snippet with multiple matches.
-fun s:ProcessFile(file, ft, ...)
-	let keyword = fnamemodify(a:file, ':t:r')
-	if keyword  == '' | return | endif
-	try
-		let text = join(readfile(a:file), "\n")
-	catch /E484/
-		echom "Error in snipMate.vim: couldn't read file: ".a:file
-	endtry
-	return a:0 ? MakeSnip(a:ft, a:1, text, keyword)
-			\  : MakeSnip(a:ft, keyword, text)
-endf
-
-fun! ExtractSnipsFile(file, ft)
-	if !filereadable(a:file) | return | endif
-	let text = readfile(a:file)
-	let inSnip = 0
-	for line in text + ["\n"]
-		if inSnip && (line[0] == "\t" || line == '')
-			let content .= strpart(line, 1)."\n"
-			continue
-		elseif inSnip
-			call MakeSnip(a:ft, trigger, content[:-2], name)
-			let inSnip = 0
-		endif
-
-		if line[:6] == 'snippet'
-			let inSnip = 1
-			let trigger = strpart(line, 8)
-			let name = ''
-			let space = stridx(trigger, ' ') + 1
-			if space " Process multi snip
-				let name = strpart(trigger, space)
-				let trigger = strpart(trigger, 0, space - 1)
-			endif
-			let content = ''
-		endif
-	endfor
-endf
-
-" Reset snippets for filetype.
-fun! ResetSnippets(ft)
-	let ft = a:ft == '' ? '_' : a:ft
-	for dict in [s:snippets, s:multi_snips, g:did_ft]
-		if has_key(dict, ft)
-			unlet dict[ft]
-		endif
-	endfor
-endf
-
-" Reset snippets for all filetypes.
-fun! ResetAllSnippets()
-	let s:snippets = {} | let s:multi_snips = {} | let g:did_ft = {}
-endf
-
-" Reload snippets for filetype.
-fun! ReloadSnippets(ft)
-	let ft = a:ft == '' ? '_' : a:ft
-	call ResetSnippets(ft)
-	call GetSnippets(g:snippets_dir, ft)
-endf
-
-" Reload snippets for all filetypes.
-fun! ReloadAllSnippets()
-	for ft in keys(g:did_ft)
-		call ReloadSnippets(ft)
-	endfor
-endf
-
-let g:did_ft = {}
-fun! GetSnippets(dir, filetypes)
-	for ft in split(a:filetypes, '\.')
-		if has_key(g:did_ft, ft) | continue | endif
-		call s:DefineSnips(a:dir, ft, ft)
-		if ft == 'objc' || ft == 'cpp' || ft == 'cs'
-			call s:DefineSnips(a:dir, 'c', ft)
-		elseif ft == 'xhtml'
-			call s:DefineSnips(a:dir, 'html', 'xhtml')
-		endif
-		let g:did_ft[ft] = 1
-	endfor
-endf
-
-" Define "aliasft" snippets for the filetype "realft".
-fun s:DefineSnips(dir, aliasft, realft)
-	for path in split(globpath(a:dir, a:aliasft.'/')."\n".
-					\ globpath(a:dir, a:aliasft.'-*/'), "\n")
-		call ExtractSnips(path, a:realft)
-	endfor
-	for path in split(globpath(a:dir, a:aliasft.'.snippets')."\n".
-					\ globpath(a:dir, a:aliasft.'-*.snippets'), "\n")
-		call ExtractSnipsFile(path, a:realft)
-	endfor
-endf
-
-fun! TriggerSnippet()
-	if exists('g:SuperTabMappingForward')
-		if g:SuperTabMappingForward == "<tab>"
-			let SuperTabKey = "\<c-n>"
-		elseif g:SuperTabMappingBackward == "<tab>"
-			let SuperTabKey = "\<c-p>"
-		endif
-	endif
-
-	if pumvisible() " Update snippet if completion is used, or deal with supertab
-		if exists('SuperTabKey')
-			call feedkeys(SuperTabKey) | return ''
-		endif
-		call feedkeys("\<esc>a", 'n') " Close completion menu
-		call feedkeys("\<tab>") | return ''
-	endif
-
-	if exists('g:snipPos') | return snipMate#jumpTabStop(0) | endif
-
-	let word = matchstr(getline('.'), '\S\+\%'.col('.').'c')
-	for scope in [bufnr('%')] + split(&ft, '\.') + ['_']
-		let [trigger, snippet] = s:GetSnippet(word, scope)
-		" If word is a trigger for a snippet, delete the trigger & expand
-		" the snippet.
-		if snippet != ''
-			let col = col('.') - len(trigger)
-			sil exe 's/\V'.escape(trigger, '/\.').'\%#//'
-			return snipMate#expandSnip(snippet, col)
-		endif
-	endfor
-
-	if exists('SuperTabKey')
-		call feedkeys(SuperTabKey)
-		return ''
-	endif
-	return "\<tab>"
-endf
-
-fun! BackwardsSnippet()
-	if exists('g:snipPos') | return snipMate#jumpTabStop(1) | endif
-
-	if exists('g:SuperTabMappingForward')
-		if g:SuperTabMappingBackward == "<s-tab>"
-			let SuperTabKey = "\<c-p>"
-		elseif g:SuperTabMappingForward == "<s-tab>"
-			let SuperTabKey = "\<c-n>"
-		endif
-	endif
-	if exists('SuperTabKey')
-		call feedkeys(SuperTabKey)
-		return ''
-	endif
-	return "\<s-tab>"
-endf
-
-" Check if word under cursor is snippet trigger; if it isn't, try checking if
-" the text after non-word characters is (e.g. check for "foo" in "bar.foo")
-fun s:GetSnippet(word, scope)
-	let word = a:word | let snippet = ''
-	while snippet == ''
-		if exists('s:snippets["'.a:scope.'"]["'.escape(word, '\"').'"]')
-			let snippet = s:snippets[a:scope][word]
-		elseif exists('s:multi_snips["'.a:scope.'"]["'.escape(word, '\"').'"]')
-			let snippet = s:ChooseSnippet(a:scope, word)
-			if snippet == '' | break | endif
-		else
-			if match(word, '\W') == -1 | break | endif
-			let word = substitute(word, '.\{-}\W', '', '')
-		endif
-	endw
-	if word == '' && a:word != '.' && stridx(a:word, '.') != -1
-		let [word, snippet] = s:GetSnippet('.', a:scope)
-	endif
-	return [word, snippet]
-endf
-
-fun s:ChooseSnippet(scope, trigger)
-	let snippet = []
-	let i = 1
-	for snip in s:multi_snips[a:scope][a:trigger]
-		let snippet += [i.'. '.snip[0]]
-		let i += 1
-	endfor
-	if i == 2 | return s:multi_snips[a:scope][a:trigger][0][1] | endif
-	let num = inputlist(snippet) - 1
-	return num == -1 ? '' : s:multi_snips[a:scope][a:trigger][num][1]
-endf
-
-fun! ShowAvailableSnips()
-	let line  = getline('.')
-	let col   = col('.')
-	let word  = matchstr(getline('.'), '\S\+\%'.col.'c')
-	let words = [word]
-	if stridx(word, '.')
-		let words += split(word, '\.', 1)
-	endif
-	let matchlen = 0
-	let matches = []
-	for scope in [bufnr('%')] + split(&ft, '\.') + ['_']
-		let triggers = has_key(s:snippets, scope) ? keys(s:snippets[scope]) : []
-		if has_key(s:multi_snips, scope)
-			let triggers += keys(s:multi_snips[scope])
-		endif
-		for trigger in triggers
-			for word in words
-				if word == ''
-					let matches += [trigger] " Show all matches if word is empty
-				elseif trigger =~ '^'.word
-					let matches += [trigger]
-					let len = len(word)
-					if len > matchlen | let matchlen = len | endif
-				endif
-			endfor
-		endfor
-	endfor
-
-	" This is to avoid a bug with Vim when using complete(col - matchlen, matches)
-	" (Issue#46 on the Google Code snipMate issue tracker).
-	call setline(line('.'), substitute(line, repeat('.', matchlen).'\%'.col.'c', '', ''))
-	call complete(col, matches)
-	return ''
-endf
-" vim:noet:sw=4:ts=4:ft=vim

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/snippets/_.snippets

-# Global snippets
-
-# (c) holds no legal value ;)
-snippet c)
-	Copyright `&enc[:2] == "utf" ? "©" : "(c)"` `strftime("%Y")` ${1:`g:snips_author`}. All Rights Reserved.${2}
-snippet date
-	`strftime("%Y-%m-%d")`
-snippet ddate
-	`strftime("%B %d, %Y")`

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/snippets/autoit.snippets

-snippet if
-	If ${1:condition} Then
-		${2:; True code}
-	EndIf
-snippet el
-	Else
-		${1}
-snippet elif
-	ElseIf ${1:condition} Then
-		${2:; True code}
-# If/Else block
-snippet ifel
-	If ${1:condition} Then
-		${2:; True code}
-	Else
-		${3:; Else code}
-	EndIf
-# If/ElseIf/Else block
-snippet ifelif
-	If ${1:condition 1} Then
-		${2:; True code}
-	ElseIf ${3:condition 2} Then
-		${4:; True code}
-	Else
-		${5:; Else code}
-	EndIf
-# Switch block
-snippet switch
-	Switch (${1:condition})
-	Case {$2:case1}:
-		{$3:; Case 1 code}
-	Case Else:
-		{$4:; Else code}
-	EndSwitch
-# Select block
-snippet select
-	Select (${1:condition})
-	Case {$2:case1}:
-		{$3:; Case 1 code}
-	Case Else:
-		{$4:; Else code}
-	EndSelect
-# While loop
-snippet while
-	While (${1:condition})
-		${2:; code...}
-	WEnd
-# For loop
-snippet for
-	For ${1:n} = ${3:1} to ${2:count}
-		${4:; code...}
-	Next
-# New Function
-snippet func
-	Func ${1:fname}(${2:`indent('.') ? 'self' : ''`}):
-		${4:Return}
-	EndFunc
-# Message box
-snippet msg
-	MsgBox(${3:MsgType}, ${1:"Title"}, ${2:"Message Text"})
-# Debug Message
-snippet debug
-	MsgBox(0, "Debug", ${1:"Debug Message"})
-# Show Variable Debug Message
-snippet showvar
-	MsgBox(0, "${1:VarName}", $1)

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/snippets/c.snippets

-# main()
-snippet main
-	int main(int argc, const char *argv[])
-	{
-		${1}
-		return 0;
-	}
-snippet mainn
-	int main(void)
-	{
-		${1}
-		return 0;
-	}
-# #include <...>
-snippet inc
-	#include <${1:stdio}.h>${2}
-# #include "..."
-snippet Inc
-	#include "${1:`Filename("$1.h")`}"${2}
-# #ifndef ... #define ... #endif
-snippet Def
-	#ifndef $1
-	#define ${1:SYMBOL} ${2:value}
-	#endif${3}
-snippet def
-	#define
-snippet ifdef
-	#ifdef ${1:FOO}
-		${2:#define }
-	#endif
-snippet #if
-	#if ${1:FOO}
-		${2}
-	#endif
-# Header Include-Guard
-snippet once
-	#ifndef ${1:`toupper(Filename('$1_H', 'UNTITLED_H'))`}
-
-	#define $1
-
-	${2}
-
-	#endif /* end of include guard: $1 */
-# If Condition
-snippet if
-	if (${1:/* condition */}) {
-		${2:/* code */}
-	}
-snippet el
-	else {
-		${1}
-	}
-# Ternary conditional
-snippet t
-	${1:/* condition */} ? ${2:a} : ${3:b}
-# Do While Loop
-snippet do
-	do {
-		${2:/* code */}
-	} while (${1:/* condition */});
-# While Loop
-snippet wh
-	while (${1:/* condition */}) {
-		${2:/* code */}
-	}
-# For Loop
-snippet for
-	for (${2:i} = 0; $2 < ${1:count}; $2${3:++}) {
-		${4:/* code */}
-	}
-# Custom For Loop
-snippet forr
-	for (${1:i} = ${2:0}; ${3:$1 < 10}; $1${4:++}) {
-		${5:/* code */}
-	}
-# Function
-snippet fun
-	${1:void} ${2:function_name}(${3})
-	{
-		${4:/* code */}
-	}
-# Function Declaration
-snippet fund
-	${1:void} ${2:function_name}(${3});${4}
-# Typedef
-snippet td
-	typedef ${1:int} ${2:MyCustomType};${3}
-# Struct
-snippet st
-	struct ${1:`Filename('$1_t', 'name')`} {
-		${2:/* data */}
-	}${3: /* optional variable list */};${4}
-# Typedef struct
-snippet tds
-	typedef struct ${2:_$1 }{
-		${3:/* data */}
-	} ${1:`Filename('$1_t', 'name')`};
-# Typdef enum
-snippet tde
-	typedef enum {
-		${1:/* data */}
-	} ${2:foo};
-# printf
-# unfortunately version this isn't as nice as TextMates's, given the lack of a
-# dynamic `...`
-snippet pr
-	printf("${1:%s}\n"${2});${3}
-# fprintf (again, this isn't as nice as TextMate's version, but it works)
-snippet fpr
-	fprintf(${1:stderr}, "${2:%s}\n"${3});${4}
-# This is kind of convenient
-snippet .
-	[${1}]${2}

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/snippets/cpp.snippets

-# Read File Into Vector
-snippet readfile
-	std::vector<char> v;
-	if (FILE *${2:fp} = fopen(${1:"filename"}, "r")) {
-		char buf[1024];
-		while (size_t len = fread(buf, 1, sizeof(buf), $2))
-			v.insert(v.end(), buf, buf + len);
-		fclose($2);
-	}${3}
-# std::map
-snippet map
-	std::map<${1:key}, ${2:value}> map${3};
-# std::vector
-snippet vector
-	std::vector<${1:char}> v${2};
-# Namespace
-snippet ns
-	namespace ${1:`Filename('', 'my')`} {
-		${2}
-	} /* $1 */
-# Class
-snippet cl
-	class ${1:`Filename('$1_t', 'name')`} {
-	public:
-		$1 (${2:arguments});
-		virtual ~$1 ();
-
-	private:
-		${3:/* data */}
-	};
-snippet fori
-	for (int ${2:i} = 0; $2 < ${1:count}; $2${3:++}) {
-		${4:/* code */}
-	}

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/snippets/erlang.snippets

-# module and export all
-snippet mod
-	-module(${1:`Filename('', 'my')`}).
-	
-	-compile([export_all]).
-	
-	start() ->
-	    ${2}
-	
-	stop() ->
-	    ok.
-# define directive
-snippet def
-	-define(${1:macro}, ${2:body}).${3}
-# export directive
-snippet exp
-	-export([${1:function}/${2:arity}]).
-# include directive
-snippet inc
-	-include("${1:file}").${2}
-# behavior directive
-snippet beh
-	-behaviour(${1:behaviour}).${2}
-# if expression
-snippet if
-	if
-	    ${1:guard} ->
-	        ${2:body}
-	end
-# case expression
-snippet case
-	case ${1:expression} of
-	    ${2:pattern} ->
-	        ${3:body};
-	end
-# record directive
-snippet rec
-	-record(${1:record}, {
-	    ${2:field}=${3:value}}).${4}

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/snippets/html.snippets

-# Some useful Unicode entities
-# Non-Breaking Space
-snippet nbs
-	&nbsp;
-# ←
-snippet left
-	&#x2190;
-# →
-snippet right
-	&#x2192;
-# ↑
-snippet up
-	&#x2191;
-# ↓
-snippet down
-	&#x2193;
-# ↩
-snippet return
-	&#x21A9;
-# ⇤
-snippet backtab
-	&#x21E4;
-# ⇥
-snippet tab
-	&#x21E5;
-# ⇧
-snippet shift
-	&#x21E7;
-# ⌃
-snippet control
-	&#x2303;
-# ⌅
-snippet enter
-	&#x2305;
-# ⌘
-snippet command
-	&#x2318;
-# ⌥
-snippet option
-	&#x2325;
-# ⌦
-snippet delete
-	&#x2326;
-# ⌫
-snippet backspace
-	&#x232B;
-# ⎋
-snippet escape
-	&#x238B;
-# Generic Doctype
-snippet doctype HTML 4.01 Strict
-	<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"
-	"http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
-snippet doctype HTML 4.01 Transitional
-	<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
-	"http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
-snippet doctype HTML 5
-	<!DOCTYPE HTML>
-snippet doctype XHTML 1.0 Frameset
-	<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
-	"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
-snippet doctype XHTML 1.0 Strict
-	<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
-	"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
-snippet doctype XHTML 1.0 Transitional
-	<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
-	"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
-snippet doctype XHTML 1.1
-	<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN"
-	"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml11/DTD/xhtml11.dtd">
-# HTML Doctype 4.01 Strict
-snippet docts
-	<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"
-	"http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
-# HTML Doctype 4.01 Transitional
-snippet doct
-	<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
-	"http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
-# HTML Doctype 5
-snippet doct5
-	<!DOCTYPE HTML>
-# XHTML Doctype 1.0 Frameset
-snippet docxf
-	<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Frameset//EN"
-	"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-frameset.dtd">
-# XHTML Doctype 1.0 Strict
-snippet docxs
-	<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
-	"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
-# XHTML Doctype 1.0 Transitional
-snippet docxt
-	<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
-	"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
-# XHTML Doctype 1.1
-snippet docx
-	<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN"
-	"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml11/DTD/xhtml11.dtd">
-snippet html
-	<html>
-	${1}
-	</html>
-snippet xhtml
-	<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
-	${1}
-	</html>
-snippet body
-	<body>
-		${1}
-	</body>
-snippet head
-	<head>
-		<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"`Close()`>
-
-		<title>${1:`substitute(Filename('', 'Page Title'), '^.', '\u&', '')`}</title>
-		${2}
-	</head>
-snippet title
-	<title>${1:`substitute(Filename('', 'Page Title'), '^.', '\u&', '')`}</title>${2}
-snippet script
-	<script type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8">
-		${1}
-	</script>${2}
-snippet scriptsrc
-	<script src="${1}.js" type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8"></script>${2}
-snippet style
-	<style type="text/css" media="${1:screen}">
-		${2}
-	</style>${3}
-snippet base
-	<base href="${1}" target="${2}"`Close()`>
-snippet r
-	<br`Close()[1:]`>
-snippet div
-	<div id="${1:name}">
-		${2}
-	</div>
-# Embed QT Movie
-snippet movie
-	<object width="$2" height="$3" classid="clsid:02BF25D5-8C17-4B23-BC80-D3488ABDDC6B"
-	 codebase="http://www.apple.com/qtactivex/qtplugin.cab">
-		<param name="src" value="$1"`Close()`>
-		<param name="controller" value="$4"`Close()`>
-		<param name="autoplay" value="$5"`Close()`>
-		<embed src="${1:movie.mov}"
-			width="${2:320}" height="${3:240}"
-			controller="${4:true}" autoplay="${5:true}"
-			scale="tofit" cache="true"
-			pluginspage="http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/"
-		`Close()[1:]`>
-	</object>${6}
-snippet fieldset
-	<fieldset id="$1">
-		<legend>${1:name}</legend>
-
-		${3}
-	</fieldset>
-snippet form
-	<form action="${1:`Filename('$1_submit')`}" method="${2:get}" accept-charset="utf-8">
-		${3}
-
-
-	<p><input type="submit" value="Continue &rarr;"`Close()`></p>
-	</form>
-snippet h1
-	<h1 id="${1:heading}">${2:$1}</h1>
-snippet input
-	<input type="${1:text/submit/hidden/button}" name="${2:some_name}" value="${3}"`Close()`>${4}
-snippet label
-	<label for="${2:$1}">${1:name}</label><input type="${3:text/submit/hidden/button}" name="${4:$2}" value="${5}" id="${6:$2}"`Close()`>${7}
-snippet link
-	<link rel="${1:stylesheet}" href="${2:/css/master.css}" type="text/css" media="${3:screen}" charset="utf-8"`Close()`>${4}
-snippet mailto
-	<a href="mailto:${1:joe@example.com}?subject=${2:feedback}">${3:email me}</a>
-snippet meta
-	<meta name="${1:name}" content="${2:content}"`Close()`>${3}
-snippet opt
-	<option value="${1:option}">${2:$1}</option>${3}
-snippet optt
-	<option>${1:option}</option>${2}
-snippet select
-	<select name="${1:some_name}" id="${2:$1}">
-		<option value="${3:option}">${4:$3}</option>
-	</select>${5}
-snippet table
-	<table border="${1:0}">
-		<tr><th>${2:Header}</th></tr>
-		<tr><th>${3:Data}</th></tr>
-	</table>${4}
-snippet textarea
-	<textarea name="${1:Name}" rows="${2:8}" cols="${3:40}">${4}</textarea>${5}

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/snippets/java.snippets

-snippet main
-	public static void main (String [] args)
-	{
-		${1:/* code */}
-	}
-snippet pu
-	public
-snippet po
-	protected
-snippet pr
-	private
-snippet st
-	static
-snippet fi
-	final
-snippet ab
-	abstract
-snippet re
-	return
-snippet br
-	break;
-snippet de
-	default:
-		${1}
-snippet ca
-	catch(${1:Exception} ${2:e}) ${3}
-snippet th
-	throw 
-snippet sy
-	synchronized
-snippet im
-	import
-snippet imp
-	implements
-snippet ext
-	extends 
-snippet j.u
-	java.util
-snippet j.i
-	java.io.
-snippet j.b
-	java.beans.
-snippet j.n
-	java.net.
-snippet j.m
-	java.math.
-snippet if
-	if (${1}) ${2}
-snippet el
-	else 
-snippet elif
-	else if (${1}) ${2}
-snippet wh
-	while (${1}) ${2}
-snippet for
-	for (${1}; ${2}; ${3}) ${4}
-snippet fore
-	for (${1} : ${2}) ${3}
-snippet sw
-	switch (${1}) ${2}
-snippet cs
-	case ${1}:
-		${2}
-	${3}
-snippet tc
-	public class ${1:`Filename()`} extends ${2:TestCase}
-snippet t
-	public void test${1:Name}() throws Exception ${2}
-snippet cl
-	class ${1:`Filename("", "untitled")`} ${2}
-snippet in
-	interface ${1:`Filename("", "untitled")`} ${2:extends Parent}${3}
-snippet m
-	${1:void} ${2:method}(${3}) ${4:throws }${5}
-snippet v
-	${1:String} ${2:var}${3: = null}${4};${5}
-snippet co
-	static public final ${1:String} ${2:var} = ${3};${4}
-snippet cos
-	static public final String ${1:var} = "${2}";${3}
-snippet as
-	assert ${1:test} : "${2:Failure message}";${3}
-snippet try
-	try {
-		${3}
-	} catch(${1:Exception} ${2:e}) {
-	}
-snippet tryf
-	try {
-		${3}
-	} catch(${1:Exception} ${2:e}) {
-	} finally {
-	}
-snippet rst
-	ResultSet ${1:rst}${2: = null}${3};${4}

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/snippets/javascript.snippets

-# Prototype
-snippet proto
-	${1:class_name}.prototype.${2:method_name} =
-	function(${3:first_argument}) {
-		${4:// body...}
-	};
-# Function
-snippet fun
-	function ${1:function_name} (${2:argument}) {
-		${3:// body...}
-	}
-# Anonymous Function
-snippet f
-	function(${1}) {${2}};
-# if
-snippet if
-	if (${1:true}) {${2}}
-# if ... else
-snippet ife
-	if (${1:true}) {${2}}
-	else{${3}}
-# tertiary conditional
-snippet t
-	${1:/* condition */} ? ${2:a} : ${3:b}
-# switch
-snippet switch
-	switch(${1:expression}) {
-		case '${3:case}':
-			${4:// code}
-			break;
-		${5}
-		default:
-			${2:// code}
-	}
-# case
-snippet case
-	case '${1:case}':
-		${2:// code}
-		break;
-	${3}
-# for (...) {...}
-snippet for
-	for (var ${2:i} = 0; $2 < ${1:Things}.length; $2${3:++}) {
-		${4:$1[$2]}
-	};
-# for (...) {...} (Improved Native For-Loop)
-snippet forr
-	for (var ${2:i} = ${1:Things}.length - 1; $2 >= 0; $2${3:--}) {
-		${4:$1[$2]}
-	};
-# while (...) {...}
-snippet wh
-	while (${1:/* condition */}) {
-		${2:/* code */}
-	}
-# do...while
-snippet do
-	do {
-		${2:/* code */}
-	} while (${1:/* condition */});
-# Object Method
-snippet :f
-	${1:method_name}: function(${2:attribute}) {
-		${4}
-	}${3:,}
-# setTimeout function
-snippet timeout
-	setTimeout(function() {${3}}${2}, ${1:10};
-# Get Elements
-snippet get
-	getElementsBy${1:TagName}('${2}')${3}
-# Get Element
-snippet gett
-	getElementBy${1:Id}('${2}')${3}

.vim/bundle/snipmate_git-msanders/snippets/mako.snippets

-snippet def
-	<%def name="${1:name}">
-		${2:}
-	</%def>
-snippet call
-	<%call expr="${1:name}">
-		${2:}
-	</%call>
-snippet doc
-	<%doc>
-		${1:}
-	</%doc>
-snippet text
-	<%text>
-		${1:}
-	</%text>
-snippet for
-	% for ${1:i} in ${2:iter}:
-		${3:}
-	% endfor
-snippet if if
-	% if ${1:condition}:
-		${2:}
-	% endif
-snippet if if/else
-	% if ${1:condition}:
-		${2:}
-	% else:
-		${3:}
-	% endif
-snippet try
-	% try:
-		${1:}
-	% except${2:}:
-		${3:pass}
-	% endtry
-snippet wh
-	% while ${1:}:
-		${2:}
-	% endwhile
-snippet $
-	${ ${1:} }
-snippet <%
-	<% ${1:} %>
-snippet <!%
-	<!% ${1:} %>
-snippet inherit
-	<%inherit file="${1:filename}" />
-snippet include
-	<%include file="${1:filename}" />
-snippet namespace