I am interested in enabling code folding in Vim for Python code. I have noticed multiple ways to do so.
Does anyone have a preferred way to do Python code folding in Vim? I.e,
Personally I can't convince myself to litter my code with the markers. I've become pretty used to (and efficient) at using indent-folding. Together with my mapping of space bar (see below) to open/close folds and the zR and zM commands, I'm right at home. Perfect for Python!
set foldmethod=indent nnoremap <space> za vnoremap <space> zf
This maps the spacebar to open/close the current indented fold in normal mode. It also maps the spacebar to create a manual fold in visual mode. However, this doesn't work if foldmethod is set to indent so its purpose is a mystery.