Week one of muse
Last weekend, I learned Vimscript and built my first Vim plugin,
rhymer), with Steven
Tammen and Matt Jones. We placed in the top 6 of 26 at the
UGAHacks 2018 hackathon. When we submitted the project after 40 hours, the
tree matched commit e40d5eda66. One week later, we’ve modified
over 1,200 lines of code, I’ve incorporated Margaret Sy’s
margaret/python-datamuse library (specifically, my
fork gmarmstrong/python-datamuse), and I’ve
added drop-down word suggestions.
What’s next for muse
I want to simplify how
gmarmstrong/vim-muse#5). I’ve also been brainstorming ways
to allow rhyme schemes other than AABB, and how to define different rhyme
schemes per-stanza. Finally, I want to replace line numbers with syllable
counts in the sign column (gmarmstrong/vim-muse#12).