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I installed neovim on MacOS Big Sur via homebrew. Then created the init.vim using vim-bootstrap (the languages I picked were C, Go, Haskell, Ocaml, and Rust) and put it on ~/.config/nvim/init.vim.

Then I opened a C code file and neovim automatically pulled some C-related plugins. Overall seemed OK.

When opening another code files, nvim complained about "command not found" on init.vim. After some inspection, I guess because Haskell and Ocaml compilers hadn't been installed. So I wiped the entire nvim config directory, and created a new init.vim (without Haskell and Ocaml).

I ran nvim, then saw this errors. How to fix these?

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    Just remove everything inside init.vim.
    – jdhao
    Nov 25, 2021 at 7:04
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    you have references to the vim-plug plugin inside your vimrc, but you haven't installed it. So either remove those Plug sections, or install vim-plug pluginmanager Nov 25, 2021 at 10:48
  • Please don't post screenshots of your terminal - you can copy the text and edit your question to paste the text.
    – guntbert
    Nov 26, 2021 at 23:08

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Maybe you accidental removed the location of there vim should store plugins in your init.vim

Try replacing your line

call plug#begin

with

call plug#begin('~/.vim/plugged')

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    Welcome to vi.se! The messages Not an editor command related to plug#begin and Plug show that OP hasn't installed the plugin manager vim-plug (they need to download the file and install it as described in vim-plug's README) here your solution will still generate the same errors because without reinstalling vim-plug they will keep trying to call plug#begin which doesn't exists.
    – statox
    Feb 25 at 9:21

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