*wherefrom.txt*	Where is Something From?			Aug 16, 2005

Author:  Charles E. Campbell  <NcampObell@SdrPchip.AorgM-NOSPAM>
	  (remove NOSPAM from Campbell's email first)
Copyright: (c) 2004-2005 by Charles E. Campbell	*wherefrom-copyright*
             Copyright (C) 2004-2005 Charles E. Campbell {{{1
             Permission is hereby granted to use and distribute this code,
             with or without modifications, provided that this copyright
             notice is copied with it. Like anything else that's free,
             WhereFrom.vim is provided *as is* and comes with no warranty
             of any kind, either expressed or implied. By using this
             plugin, you agree that in no event will the copyright
             holder be liable for any damages resulting from the use
             of this software.

1. Contents		*wherefrom* *WF* *WhereFrom* *wherefrom-contents*

	1. Contents...................................: |wherefrom-contents|
	2. WhereFrom Manual...........................: |wherefrom-manual|
	3. WhereFrom History..........................: |wherefrom-history|


2. WhereFrom Manual			*wherefrom-man* *wherefrom-manual*

	WhereFrom[!] functionname(s)      WF[!] functionname(s)
	WhereFrom[!] map(s)               WF[!] map(s)
	WhereFrom[!] setting(s)           WF[!] setting(s)
	WhereFrom[!] command(s)           WF[!] command(s)

	The WhereFrom and WF commands search the runtimepath (see
	|'runtimepath'|) to determine where the setting, function, map, or
	command was defined.  With the "!", WhereFrom will continue looking
	for more than one instance.

	WF-style commands are available only if the command has not been
	previously defined, and are provided as a shorthand.

	A search is undertaken only for functions, commands, and maps, and
	then only if the function, command, or map is known to the currently
	running vim.  Determining where settings are set is done using vim's
	built-in method.

	These commands don't search all *.vim files that you may have; it only
	examines those that lie on your runtimepath in the common directories
	plugin, ftplugin, colors, compilier, indent, syntax, and the after/
	variants.  In addition, it also searches the AsNeeded directory
	(see http://vim.sourceforge.net/scripts/script.php?script_id=915)


3. WhereFrom History					*wherefrom-history*

	3  : Aug 16, 2005 : WhereFrom now takes advantage of vim 7.0 for
	                    determining where maps were last set
	2  : Feb 11, 2005 : GetLatestVimsScripts auto-update line included
	     Feb 22, 2005 : Now gives a message if unable to find a command
	     Apr 20, 2005 : includes $HOME/.vimrc on list of to-be-searched
	1  : Jan 27, 2005 : Initial release