On 2013-03-05, Jason wrote:
> I have a .vimrc where I run:
> set comments=
> I added the command to my ~/.vim/cpp.vim file and ~/.gvimrc file
> as well. Yet somehow, I have comments set to a non-blank value
> that puts garbage all over my files when I run my comment creation
> macros. I can unset it by hand in every session, but the point of
> the .vimrc file is to avoid doing that every time.
> Is there a way to see where this is getting set? Or to somehow
> turn it off system-wide (short of a custom compilation)?
To see where it is getting set, execute
:verbose set comments?
To override a filetype plugin's setting of this, put your setting
in, for example,
Putting your setting in ~/.vim/ftplugin/cpp.vim will not work
because the default $VIMRUNTIME/ftplugin/cpp.vim file is loaded
after ~/.vim/ftplugin/cpp.vim. (See ":help 'rtp'".)
Putting your setting in ~/.vim/cpp.vim will not work because Vim
does not read that file unless you source it explicitly.
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