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I want to dynamically load the local plugins when using Neovim.

For example, there are some directories ~/plugin1 and ~/plugin2 (they're colorscheme plugins).

When using Neovim, I try to add ~/plugin1 and ~/plugin1/colors to runtimepath, but it's not working:

vim.opt.runtimepath:append('~/plugin1')
vim.opt.runtimepath:append('~/plugin1/colors')

The error message says color xxx is not found.

Then I check vim.api.nvim_get_runtime_lists(), and it shows the plugin1 folder is not one of the runtimepath returned.

How could I dynamically add a folder to runtimepath???

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  • I can't say for Lua, but typically set runtimepath^= or set runtimepath+= is sufficient. The error message: does it come from the colorscheme command? You might want to check whether or not you need to expand ~ when using vim.opt.runtimepath:append in Lua.
    – D. Ben Knoble
    Mar 13, 2023 at 17:26
  • The error is colorscheme xxx not found, but thanks for your suggest that expand ~, I will check it.
    – linrongbin
    Mar 14, 2023 at 7:40

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