Auto-comments are the most annoying "feature" of text editors and IDEs for me.
I've searched -- nay, scavenged -- high and low to figure out how to get rid of literally any semblance of automatic comment continuation, and for whatever reason it's proving impossible and incredibly annoying.
Right now, I have tried the following three lines, which works for most languages.
autocmd BufNewFile,BufRead,FileType * set formatoptions-=cro autocmd BufNewFile,BufRead,FileType * setlocal formatoptions-=cro au FileType c,cpp setlocal comments-=:// comments+=f://
But whenever I open a file that isn't considered C++ at first (i.e. not the correct extension) and use
setf cpp, all auto-comments seem to come back to haunt me.
Even sometimes opening a known-to-be-C++ file, this still happens. I'm not sure what the cause is, but it's aggravating.
How on Earth can I tell vim that I really truly do not want auto-comments, ever, under any circumstances? I feel like I've been plagued by this for years.