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I'm working on a Python 3.6 project (with several friends that are new to Unix) using vim on a debian-based system I own. I'm wondering if there's a way I can setup a system-wide vim configuration using Vundle so that we can all be on the same page and have the same tools available.

I know that I can create /etc/vim/vimrc.local in conjunction with installing plugins outside of my home directory and it will be sourced for all users, but for the future I'm curious of the ways I can make using this global configuration an "opt-in" process, so that a user could choose whether to use the global vim setup or make their own.

I can think of a few ways to do this, but I wanted some input from others before I tunnel into one of my approaches. Ideally this would require as little as possible from the user-end, since most of the others are extremely new to Unix.

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If you want to make it opt-in, do not use a config file that is searched for by Vim.

The user should create a .vimrc containing a single line:

source /path_to_your_custom.vim

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