On 29/12/10 04:22, tux. wrote:
> Larry Alkoff schrob am 29.12.2010 03:40:
>> It explained the use of various modules to organize and set options like
>> colors and other settings. When vim started, the modules would be sourced.
> Some discussion about that:
> As a general rule, anything you :source in your .vimrc file will be
> sourced on Vim startup. I use that to separate my Vim settings from my
> Vim plug-in settings:
- anything in the plugin/ subdirectory to any directory named in the
'runtimepath' option will be sourced at the end of startup
- There are other commands which can source user-written files: see
For instance, my vimrc contains
not far from its top, and
somewhat further down. ~/.vim/colors/almost-default.vim is a colorscheme
I wrote myself; $VIMRUNTIME/vimrc_example.vim is the "example vimrc",
which I source rather than copy (so I always use the latest version,
even after an update), then I override any settings that are not what I
Then I enable the matchit plugin by means of a home-written plugin,
$VIM/vimfiles/plugin/matchit.vim containing only the line
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