14088Re: Speeding up cold startup
- Dec 11, 2013On Wednesday, December 11, 2013 7:42:43 AM UTC+1, Kevin Burke wrote:
> So I used binary search to track down the issue and narrowed it to this line in my vimrc:Try
> set rtp+=$GOROOT/misc/vim
> If $GOROOT is not set, vim gets very slow (for me 'Starting GUI' takes about 5.5 seconds). Otherwise macvim boots in about half a second, which isn't great, but is fast enough for me.
> I can produce more info if it'll be useful for debugging but you'll have to show me how.
if $GOROOT != ""
Or else, use the standard directories ($HOME/.vim and $HOME/.vim/after for user-private scripts, $VIM/vimfiles and $VIM/vimfiles/after for system-wide scripts not distributed with Vim, and $VIMRUNTIME — at the moment, normally $VIM/vim74 — for ONLY the files that come with Vim). These are the 'runtimepath' default. On Unix-like OSes, $VIM is usually /usr/local/share/vim but it may vary a little from one installation to the next; one factor may be whether you compiled Vim yourself or got it from the same source as your OS.
One way to "have it both ways" if you don't need _different_ scripts in $GOROOT/misc/vim and $HOME/.vim is to symlink the latter to the former on installations where $GOROOT is defined.
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truth with their hearts and not their minds."
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