This's kind of odd question but I can't change the runtimepath of gvim to comply the same manner like under linux (plugins put under .vim)
I tried to append .vim at the begin of runtimepath like:
set runtimepath^=~/.vim/,$VIMRUNTIME, it doesn't work.
The workaround solution is use mklink command of windows to make .vim as a softlink of vimfiles folder
mklink /D .vim vimfiles, but really don't expect this.
So is there a way to make vim to look into .vim folder instead of vimfiles on windows 10?
P/S: I'm trying to use packages to manage plugins.