I use Vim to write many technical text documents, including emails.
Is it possible to "store unique words" from past documents in some
.vim/file that would be automatically loaded when any future file is opened and the
Ctrl+N command is issued? I know others have asked about pointing to a dictionary file in addition to the current file (e.g., https://stackoverflow.com/questions/20887628/vim-auto-complete-both-with-current-file-and-dictionary) but I'd rather the process was dynamic.
I'd like to write one email containing
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. Then, in some future email, I'd like to start writing
Superc and then
Ctrl+N would complete the word.
- I assume there is concern about such a "carryover file" growing excessively large over time. It would be great if it is possible to prevent "words shorter than
Kcharacters" from being stored.
- I'm also willing/interested in manually editing such a file.