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Here is my .profile (macs don't usually bother with .bashrc)
export VIMINIT="let $MYVIMRC='/Users/user/userbits/future.vimrc' | source $MYVIMRC" source /Users/user/userbits/future.source`
/Users is where users go on macs. It's like
/home in Linux. I've unimaginatively called my user
user. The folder where I want all his things is called
/Users/user/userbits. And I want his
.vimrcin there too, renamed as
The second line of the code sources a file called
/Users/user/userbits/future.source which is kind of like my
.bashrc - it sets up lots of functions and netrw things. With a
.vimrc in a normal place (eg. `/Users/user/.vimrc') everything works fine.
But whats going wrong when I rename my
future.vimrc and put it in
The last poster seemed to have it so right, and I've been going through his/her suggested reading for hours. Why can't I do it?