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Minimum Profit Configuration Directives

The following configuration values can be set in the configuration files, executed from the command line or from the Execute MPSL code... option in the Edit menu. So, for example, if you always want automatic indentation, word wrapping at column 75 and a special ispell command, you can add the following MPSL code to ~/.mp.mpsl or /etc/mp.mpsl:

 mp.config.auto_indent = 1;
 mp.config.word_wrap = 75;
 mp.config.ispell_cmd = "aspell -a";

All configuration variables are in the mp.config hash.

mp.config.auto_indent

Set to 1 if automatic indentation is wanted (default: 0, no indentation).

mp.config.auto_sessions

Set to 1 to automatically load / save sessions on startup / exit (default: 0, no automatic sessions).

mp.config.case_sensitive_search

Set to 1 if searches are to be done in a case-sensitive way (default: 1).

mp.config.ctags_cmd

The external command to be executed when a tag search is requested. By default is ctags *. Other useful value is ctags -R, that search for tags recursively in subdirectories.

mp.config.dynamic_tabs

Set to 1 if tab columns are to be inferred from the previous line (default: 0).

mp.config.eol

The end of line character sequence. By default is "\n" on Unix/Linux systems or "\r\n" on MSDOS / Windows.

mp.config.font_face

The font face to be used in GUI environments. By default it's "Mono" on Qt4, GTK and KDE4 and "Lucida Console" on MS Windows.

mp.config.font_size

The font size to be used in GUI environments. By defaults it's 12 on Qt4, KDE and GTK and 10 on MS Windows.

mp.config.font_weight

The font weight to be used in GUI environments. It's a floating point number from 0 to 1, where lower values give thinner fonts and higher values bolder ones. The special value 0 (default) means don't care about the font weight.

mp.config.global_replace

Set to 1 if the replace operation must be done to the end of the file (default: 0, do it only once).

mp.config.ispell_cmd

The external command to be executed as a pipe for spellchecking. It must be compatible with ispell, and by default it's "ispell -a". Other useful values are "aspell -a", if you have aspell installed (a better alternative), or "ispell -a -Tutf8", if you happen to be in an UTF-8 environment and must use ispell.

mp.config.keep_eol

If this option is set, each document will keep its original end of line sequence when saved. If not set, the string set in mp.config.eol will be used regardless of the original one (default: 1).

mp.config.local_sessions

Set to 1 to store session information in the currently working directory instead of in the home directory (default: 0, save sessions in the home directory).

mp.config.make_opts

Additional flags for the make program (if you have a 4-core CPU, it's useful to set it as -j 4) (default: '').

mp.config.mark_eol

If set to 1, end-of-line characters are marked with a special character, instead of being invisible (default: 0, don't mark).

mp.config.maximize

Set to 1 if the GUI window must open maximized (default: 0, no maximize).

mp.config.move_seek_to_line

The line number to be set the cursor to when a successful search is hit (default: 5). If set to 0, the position is not touched.

mp.config.preread_lines

The number of lines to read above the first visible line to calculate syntax highlight in blocks (default: 60 lines). There is probably no need to change this, unless using very big comment blocks or the like.

mp.config.recursive_grep

If set, the grep action is done recursively (default: 0).

mp.config.rw_max_dist

Used by the seek_repeated_word action as the maximum distance two similar words must be separated apart to be considered a repetition (default: 40 words).

mp.config.rw_num_chars

Used by the seek_repeated_word action as the number of characters (from the start or the end) two words must match to be considered similar and taken into account for repetitions (default: 4 characters).

mp.config.smart_bol

If set, the move_bol action will first move the cursor to the first non-whitespace character on the line. If the cursor is already on the first non-whitespace character the the cursor will move to column position 1 (default: 1).

mp.config.status_format

The status format string to be shown in the status line. By default it's "%m%n %x,%y [%l] %R%O %s %e %t", where each percent-value means:

Tag Description
%V Current MP version
%m Modify flag (asterisk or the empty string). If there are pending disk operations (e.g. the file is still being loaded or saved) an exclamation mark is shown instead
%x X coordinate (column)
%y Y coordinate (line)
%l Total number of lines in current document
%R Macro recording flag (R or the empty string)
%O Overwrite flag (O or the empty string if inserting)
%s Syntax highlight in use
%t Tag target over the cursor, or the empty string if none
%n Document name
%e Encoding used in the file, or the empty string if using current locale
%w Number of words in the current document (or in the current selection, if any). May be slow.
%u Unicode codepoint of the character under the cursor
%% A percent sign

mp.config.tabs_as_spaces

Set to 1 if tabs must be converted to spaces (default: 0, no conversion).

mp.config.tab_size

Tab size in column spaces (default: 8).

mp.config.time_stamp_format

The format for the time stamp (default: "%a, %d %b %Y %H:%M:%S %z").

mp.config.undo_levels

Maximum number of undo levels per document (default: 100).

mp.config.unlink

Set to 1 if the file must be unlinked just before being overwritten (default: 1, do it).

mp.config.word_wrap

The column where word wrapping occurs (default: 0, no word wrapping).


Angel Ortega <angel@triptico.com>

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