There is a line in
defaults.vim that enables Vim Script syntax for any
.txt file with
vimrc in its filename (for example,
au BufNewFile,BufRead *vimrc* call s:StarSetf('vim')
I want to replace
*vimrc or maybe even with a regular expression that will allow only the period or underscore as the first character.
For this, if understnad correctly, I need to disable the original autocommand first.
I tried to disable it with
" see https://stackoverflow.com/questions/25829710 augroup standard autocmd! autocmd BufNewFile,BufRead *vimrc* setlocal setfiletype disabled augroup END
The idea is that this should disable treating files like
vimrc-tips.txt as Vim Script files, but at the same time this should not disable syntax for
.vimrc, or any other files (for example,
But this doesn't disable syntax for files like
vimrc-tips.txt, and even worse when I open such a file, there is a message:
Press ENTER or type command to continue
How this should be fixed?