2012/6/26 Marc Weber <marco-oweber@...
> Excerpts from Pablo Giménez's message of Tue Jun 26 04:16:37 +0200 2012:
>> I wonder if it is possible to have several folders for plugins in VAM.
> We don't officially support such. .vim files and plugins are small, thus
> duplication is not an issue. Updating can be done by running git pull in
> all git subdirectories:
> for i in ~/.vim/vim-addons/*/.git; do
> ( cd $i/..; git pull )
> or such assuming that most plugins are git based plugins anyway today.
> The less official way is overwriting
> let s:c['plugin_dir_by_name'] = get(s:c, 'plugin_dir_by_name', 'vam#DefaultPluginDirFromName')
> function which could look in multiple "lib" dirs for addon names.
> However some features such as completion or uninstall support will break
> (see docs or comments).
> The main reason why I will never support what you ask for is the 20% of
> effort should yield 80% of value rule. Its too complex - I would not
> have time to maintain it.
Ok no problem I understand.
> Another way would be writing a script symlinking system plugins into your
> personal ~/.vim/vim-addons directory. VAM will not care about it if it
> finds folders with the addon names it looking for. you can automate this
> using a 3 line bash script, too.
Yep this is a good option.
> Marc Weber
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