Re: Question about b:did_ftplugin
- Thomas schrieb:
> Hi,ftplugins should define b:undo_ftplugin .
> When I set a filetype for a buffer the variable b:did_ftplugin is set.
> The help says:
>> If you are writing a filetype plugin to be used by many people, they
>> need a
>> chance to disable loading it. Put this at the top of the plugin: >
>> " Only do this when not done yet for this buffer
>> if exists("b:did_ftplugin")
>> let b:did_ftplugin = 1
> Now, when I do set ft=X from the command line, it happens that the
> ftplugin X doesn't get loaded because it finishes when b:did_ftplugin is
> When is b:did_ftplugin ever unset? What's the rationale of setting
> b:did_ftplugin and not b:did_ftplugin_X?
If this var exists and its commands get executed then (only then) also
b:did_ftplugin will be unset.
Executing b:undo_ftplugin is one of the first things :setf X tries