Re: MYVIMRC variable not set when invoked with -u option.
- On 2013-03-28, PARK, Kyung-Kook wrote:
> What I am trying to do is to set the path variable to somethingThe documentation (":help $MYVIMRC") states:
> derived from the path of user vimrc file given by -u option so
> that I can customize vimrc files for different projects. But the
> thing is that $MYVIMRC or $MYGVIMRC is empty when vimrc is given
> via -u or -U option. They are correctly set when vim is invoked
> normally. If I am doing it in wrong way, is there any other
> correct way?
c. Four places are searched for initializations. The first that
exists is used, the others are ignored. The $MYVIMRC
environment variable is set to the file that was first found,
unless $MYVIMRC was already set and when using VIMINIT.
So, $MYVIMRC is set to the name of the file that Vim finds by
searching four particular places, not to the name specified by the
However, you can obtain the path of your specified vimrc file by
using expand("<sfile>") within that file.
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