Actually I managed to make it work (details below), but I've got the feeling that there might be some flaws in the workflow and that I'm missing something in relation to the new 'packages' and 'jobs' features.
With Vim-plug that would be:
I have Minpac installed and configured both in Vim and Neovim by following its README and the Vimcasts' episode Meet Minpac.
By following the discussion in this issue:
I don't think it's useful., because minpac doesn't manage runtime path. Isn't it enough to modify the runtime path directly? E.g.:
Or, if you put a plugin under the package directory, you don't need to modify rtp. Vim will do it automatically.
I've managed to make it kind of work (in Neovim) by putting a sample plugin under the package directory (under
It is possible to see the changes by either restarting Neovim or by
However, I don't understand the difference between the method above (by placing the plugin inside the package directory) and by modifying the
Despite of that, to restart or to use
:source doesn't feel like the proper way to do it.
Can anyone expand on how to properly (re)load local plugins with the use of Minpac and