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71119Re: set textwidth=80 and c mode

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  • Paul Drynoff
    Jul 7, 2006
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      > This is the problem. If you add the line
      >
      > filetype plugin on
      >
      > to your vimrc file, then vim should recognize any file ending in .c as a
      > C file and apply the settings from ~/.vim/ftplugin/c/c.vim .
      >

      No this is not a sollution,
      .vim/ftplugin/c.vim
      already work, if I put to it something like
      set softtabstop=2
      into ~/.vim/ftplugin/c.vim
      I see the difference when I edit "C" file,
      problem only when I try use something like
      set textwidth=30

      and as I already said it also work,
      I mean vim load this setting from .vim/ftplugin/c.vim
      but only when I start vim using:
      vim +'set formatoptions=vt'

      anyway I tried:
      $grep filetype ~/.vimrc:
      filetype plugin on
      $cat .vim/c.vim
      set textwidth=30
      $cat .vim/c/c.vim
      set textwidth=30

      nothing changes
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