Labels: Type-Defect Priority-Medium
New issue 55 by carlobal...@...: b:undo_ftplugin is not defined in
some files under ftplugins (patch attached)
I found some problems related to custom filetype recognition, related to
the fact that some ftplugins do not define the b:undo_ftplugin variable.
Steps to reproduce:
1) Create a custom filetype "julia" with extension *.jl (which is already
taken by lisp):
1) a) Put an autoload line under ~/.vim/ftdetect/julia.vim calling "set
1) b) Create a standard ftplugin under ~/.vim/ftplugin/julia.vim, with the
usual check for b:did_ftplugin
1) c) Optionally, add a custom syntax file as well
2. Edit a file with extension .jl
Lisp filetype should be overridden by julia.
The filetype is set to "julia", but when ~/.vim/ftplugin/julia.vim is
sourced the variable b:did_ftplugin is already set and the file is
therefore skipped, while the options set by $VIMRUNTIME/ftplugins/lisp.vim
Also, the julia syntax file gets loaded, but (because of the wrong
settings) there may be problems with that as well.
Ubuntu Linux 11.10, Vim 7.3. Tested with a bare minimum vimrc file which
only uses "set rtp=~/.vim,$VIMRUNTIME", "plugin on" and "set nocompatible".
I verified that by defining b:undo_ftplugin in the lisp.vim ftplugin the
issue goes away.
I'm submitting a patch (against the latest repository code) which adds the
definition of this variable to all ftplugin files which miss it.
fix_undo_ftplugin.patch 11.0 KB
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