I wonder if there is an elegant way to determine if a specific file exists in/under one of the entries of
Currently, I use the following construct:
let s:found_ = 0 for s:dir_ in split(&rtp, ',') let s:file_ = s:dir_ . '/autoload/FooBarBaz.vim' if filereadable(s:file_) let s:found_ = 1 break endif endfor if s:found_ call FooBarBaz#func() endif
I am under the impression that vim could offer a function or something that does it more elegantly, such as
exists('*FooBarBaz#func') which unfortunately didn't work as I intended.