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I started using c-support recently. When I open a c file, some predefined lines are added automatically to it along with #define <stdlib.h> line. I want to modify this default template. I searched for help regarding c-support inside vim (:help csupport) but I couldn't understand how to change the default template file. I doubt that help talks of templates which can be added by shortcuts but not the one I want to modify. Any help on this?

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    You should give a look at :help template-support-intro – Zorzi Apr 15 at 20:02
  • I didn't understand which file to edit and what to edit. Can you give me some more hint? – Abinash Dash Apr 17 at 6:34
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After peeking through some files inside the directories the plugin I found a file named c.comments.template inside c-support directory. Inside this file, the predefined skeleton (which is added everytime a new C file is created) exists. In that file search for #include<stdlib.h> and replace it with #include<stdio.h> .

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