Questions tagged [filetype]

Questions about making Vim to have a defined behavior according the type of the edited file.

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execute 'Goyo' on loading pandoc document

It seems like running the Goyo command (a distraction free editing plugin) on loading a pandoc document should be really simple, but execute "Goyo" in .config/nvim/ftplugin/pandoc.vim leads the ...
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Disabling indentation for filenames without suffix

VIM's Wikia documentation states that you can disable indentation for certain filestypes by inserting the line let b:did_indent = 1 in the file ~/.vim/indent/<filetype>.vim where <filetype&...
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Vi/Vim 8 on debian stretch : filetype “bindzone” not loaded automatically

When opening a bind zone file, I have to type by hand :set ft=bindzone to get syntax highlighting. It's not set automatically on load. On another hand others filetypes (such as php, perl or kind) are ...
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How to correctly indent when beginning a new line below the cursor ('o')? [duplicate]

Screenshots My problem I am working on a js file, using eslint as my linter with the ale plugin, configured using the airbnb standard which mandates 2 space indentation. When I open a new line by ...
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Executing a function on buffer enter and on buffer leave events?

I would like to execute a certain function every time I leave a buffer associated with C++, and another function every time I enter a C++ buffer. I came up with this so far: " Buffer Leave augroup ...
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Let .js files be recognized as .jsx files?

I just figured out how to combine those creepy plugins to work together to achieve the following auto-indent: before / after pressing o: But then this only works on file extension .jsx as shown above,...
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folding.vim file, for a specific filetype, is being ignored

I want to write a custom fold-method file for .paul files (based on the example at Learn Vimscript the Hard Way). However, it appears that my folding.vim file is being ignored. I'm running VIM version ...
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Change indentation behavior when `:filetype plugin indent on` is set

Tested with vim --clean \<filename>.py, then did :filetype plugin on and :filetype plugin indent on. To make code look better, i wanted to write something like this for a dictionary: test = { ...
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What keywordprg do you use for javascript?

I've recently learnt about using K in normal mode to get the manual information of the word under the cursor. In this regard, I'd like to know what programs I could use to handle javascript files, or ...
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Filetype inheritance

I know that it's not very common, but there are few cases in which I would really like to inherit the configurations for one filetype in another. Example: whatever I set for sh I would like to inherit ...
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syntax highlight regex not matching

I am writing a plugin where a certain filetype must possess their own syntax highlight. Therefore I have created . ├── ... ├── plugin └── syntax and syntax/newfiletype.vim containing syntax clear ...
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When does filetype run?

I have the following autocmd: :autocmd FileType python syntax off Yet when I open a python file it does nothing. I literally have to run :set ft=python for this to trigger. Does the FileType python ...
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How can I reproduce a Linting Plugin Behavior

I'm trying to get in to plugin writing, and currently I'm doing some builds (like Latex and LanguageTools checker), and I have in place hotkeys that call for the compilation, and It throws the output ...
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autocmd for markdown textwidth=100 failing

I want to set my markdown files to have textwidth=100 but cannot get it working. The strange thing is that it works sometimes and sometimes not. My autocmd is: augroup auFileTypes autocmd! ...
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Automatically uncompress section of buffer

I'm using a simple text file in Vim as a task manager and am keeping completed tasks in an archive section of the same file. I'd like to compress that section of the buffer when saving changes to a ...
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how to set filetype after session restored with vim-session plugin

I used exvim as session manager, it uses a project file with extension .exvim. The session is auto-loaded when double click the .exvim, and auto-saved on exit. But there're bugs and the dev is ...
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Automatic highlighting non ASCII character when loading 'vim' filetype buffer

I want to include a new highlight group and autocommand that will automatically highlight non-ASCIIs as soon as either a vimscript or a Python file is loaded in buffer (i.e. any file with filetype '...
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How do I automatically compile and run files?

I'm quite a newbie to vim/neovim. Now I'm searching for a way to detect which file type I'm editing at the moment; if it's something like .java or .py, I want to execute the corresponding compile ...

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