I am trying to set up vim so I can get different functions in with different files (i.e. x.lisp and x.scm) and in the manual it says starting with the option "-u ufile" uses "ufile" as the vimrc
My problem is that the "-u ufile" option does not work as expected. The shortcut for
<C-X><C-O> , instead of executing the commands it literally prints out
here is the exact code
:inoremap <C-h> <C-X><C-O>
"this works in the .vimrc file but does nothing on the -u ufile.
:inoremap ^^ <C-X><C-O>
"this works in the .vimrc file but literally prints out
<C-X><C-O> on the -u ufile.
Is there something wrong with the -u option or am I not understanding the manual correctly?
Note: I have managed to do what I want using the "-s sfile" option, (even though it messes up my history somewhat) but to comment i need to use '| # "comment ' otherwise it is read as well for some reason. I am still curious as to why the -u option does not work.