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Re: Programmatically detecting whether plugin scripts loaded?

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  • David Barnett
    The set rtp+=~/y/plugin/y.vim part was a typo. I meant set rtp+=~/y Looks like that was obvious to most people, but just in case it wasn tà David -- -- You
    Message 1 of 6 , Jul 10, 2013
      The
      set rtp+=~/y/plugin/y.vim
      part was a typo. I meant
      set rtp+=~/y

      Looks like that was obvious to most people, but just in case it wasn't…

      David

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    • lith
      ... Then: many plugins define a variable g:loaded_PLUGIN_NAME that is used by the plugin to make sure the file is sourced only once. You could query that
      Message 2 of 6 , Jul 10, 2013
        > set rtp+=~/y/plugin/y.vim
        >
        > part was a typo

        Then: many plugins define a variable g:loaded_PLUGIN_NAME that is used by the plugin to make sure the file is sourced only once. You could query that variable with exists('g:loaded_PLUGIN_NAME').

        Otherwise you can redirect (:h :redir) the output of scriptnames (:h :scriptnames) as suggested by ZyX and then match that string against the filename of the plugin.

        It depends on why you want to check if the plugin was loaded.

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