To add to this stackoverflow question, what should one put in their
.vimrc to ensure 'private editing' of certain file extensions (e.g.
Without compromising the effectiveness of the session, no info about work done should be saved, including registers, search history, command history, views, swaps, etc. For
gpg files, one can use this vim plugin, but besides editing the plugin, how would one extend these discussed ideas to arbitrary file types?
We'll probably make use of the following commands,
if <ft in privacy_ext_list> set noswapfile set noundofile set viminfo= endif
but besides the appropriate conditional statement, what's missing?
Further, is there a way with Vimscript to make an array of file extensions and then evaluate if the current filetype is within the array?