The word "vim" is flagged as a spelling error in my documents. If I capitalize it, the error goes away.
I don't want to capitalize "vim". Adding it to dictionary with
zg does not help.
OK, I've discovered this word was somehow flagged as a "rare" word. How do I remove that designation? I'm not using any rare word list as far as I know. There's none in .vim/spell.
If I remove my spell dir, "vim" is still getting flagged as rare. Where could the designation as "rare" be coming from?
OK, this is officially driving me crazy. I moved the spell directory and did vim -u NONE and it **still* shows up as a rare word.
OK, tracked this down to neovim. I don't know why, but the
en.utf-8.spl file is in the
/usr/local/share/nvim/runtime/spell directory is getting loaded. How do I make changes to this file?
OK, so I ended up copying over the
en.utf-8.spl from the vim install into neovim. But if someone could explain exactly what was happening, I'd appreciate it. How did this word get marked as flagged in the neovim spell file in the first place?