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How can I run a specific vimrc file after running the default one?
(i.e. run the default one, then one of my choosing)
A vim expert suggested
Use the -u and -S arguments: $ vim -u myvimrc.vim -S some_script.vim; or just -S: $ vim -S some_script.vim
$ vim -u myvimrc.vim -S some_script.vim
$ vim -S some_script.vim
and that works
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