提交 1dc1c655 编写于 作者: Z Zachary Yedidia

Update tutorial docs

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If you need more power than the json files provide, you can use the `init.lua`
file. Create it in `~/.config/micro`. This file is a lua file that is run when
micro starts and is essentially a one-file plugin.
micro starts and is essentially a one-file plugin. The plugin name is `initlua`.
I'll show you how to use the `init.lua` file by giving an example of how to
create a binding to `CtrlR` which will execute `go run` on the current file,
This example will show you how to use the `init.lua` file by creating
a binding to `CtrlR` which will execute the bash command `go run` on the current file,
given that the current file is a Go file.
You can do that by putting the following in `init.lua`:
```lua
function gorun()
local buf = CurView().Buf -- The current buffer
local config = import("micro/config")
local shell = import("micro/shell")
function init()
-- true means overwrite any existing binding to CtrlR
-- this will modify the bindings.json file
config.TryBindKey("CtrlR", "lua:initlua.gorun", true)
end
function gorun(bp)
local buf = bp.Buf
if buf:FileType() == "go" then
HandleShellCommand("go run " .. buf.Path, true, true) -- the first true means don't run it in the background
-- the true means run in the foreground
-- the false means send output to stdout (instead of returning it)
shell.RunInteractiveShell("go run " .. buf.Path, true, false)
end
end
BindKey("CtrlR", "init.gorun")
```
Alternatively, you could get rid of the `BindKey` line, and put this line in the
Alternatively, you could get rid of the `TryBindKey` line, and put this line in the
`bindings.json` file:
```json
{
"CtrlR": "init.gorun"
"CtrlR": "lua:initlua.gorun"
}
```
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