$VIM\_vimrc is as follows:
source $VIMRUNTIME/vimrc_example.vim source $VIMRUNTIME/mswin.vim behave mswin
$HOME\_vimrc does not have this option. I was led to believe that Vim first invokes the system
$VIM, then moves on to the user
_vimrc in their respective
$HOMEs, but it's obvious here that that's no longer the case here. This is important because I need to move all of my personal configs somewhere else, and
$VIM is not a good option. Any help would be appreciated.
After the use of
:scriptnames as per recommendations of the comment below, I found that indeed, a)
$VIM\_vimrc was not used, and b) the first file used was
$HOME\_vimrc. I need Vim to use, first and foremost,
$VIM\_vimrc, so that Vim recognizes
$HOME to be elsewhere of the
C:\Users\foo that I currently use.