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Questions about the usage of the pathogen plugin.

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Using pathogen, will allow me to exploit neovim capabilities when developing a plugin?

I just finished reading Learn Vimscript the Hard Way, and I am working right now with neovim And I had a bulky config file with a lot of stuff, that really slowed down vim, when I was handling heavy ...
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How to install pathogen on Neovim?

I've read that pathogen works on nvim, i tried to follow the vim installation process: mkdir -p ~/.vim/autoload ~/.vim/bundle && \ curl -LSso ~/.vim/autoload/pathogen.vim https://tpo.pe/...
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Commiting pathogen bundles?

Right now I am using Pathogen to manage bundles in my ~/.vim folder. I also have my public dotfiles repo which has all my configs, including my entire .vim folder. I don't use symlinks to do this, ...
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Can't access documentation for pathogen plugins

I have these lines in top of .vimrc execute pathogen#infect() call pathogen#helptags() filetype plugin indent on syntax on ... When I type :help NERDTree I receive Sorry, help file "/usr/share/vim/...
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DelimitMate plugin for vim not working

I am new to vim, so I installed the plugin DelimitMate to my vim. But it is not working in my vim -version 7.4.1689.My plugin manager in pathogen.I searched on everywhere to solve this problem but ...
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Vim-Markdown-Folding plugin error BufEnter E117

Inspired by Drew NEIL's course and the 'nested-folding' feature for Markdown files, I've installed the Vim-Markdown-Folding plugin, on my Vim (:version). The GitHub directory was copied into the ~/....
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Installing pathogen inside .dotfiles

I want to install my vim plugins in ~/.dotfiles/vim What is the proper way to install Pathogen in this case and keep it under version control? What I've tried is to install it in ~/.dotfiles/vim/...
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How to update vim plugins with pathogen package manager

I'm searching for a way to update all my vim plugins with pathogen. Cause i see this is simple in other package managers like Neobundle and vundle. Please share a The vim way on how i can update all ...
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Gvim : Statusline is loading but not its colours

I have been experimenting with colours for my statusline recently and I put the plugin file in the bundle directory. I use pathogen which loads everything up from that directory. But, Even though the ...
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How to install vimtex.txt helpfile properly?

I'm using pathogen (from the Ubuntu 16.04 vim-pathogen package) and a git clone of vimtex in ~/.vim/bundle/vimtex/. Now :help vimtex does not work. I can read ~/.vim/bundle/vimtex/doc/vimtex.txt, but ...
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Problem using harlequin colorscheme in vim with pathogen [duplicate]

I'm currently configuring vim on my work computer and I'm encountering a problem with the colour scheme. I'm using pathogen and all of my plugins are working well. I downloaded the harlequin colour ...
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Problem using autoclose plugin with pathogen

I'm new to using vim and am currently using pathogen to manage my plugins. I've attempted to install autoclose my placing the autoclose.vim file in it's own directory in bundle. I've also added the ...
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Speed dating does not work

Running Fedora23 KDE spin. KDE Plasma 5.5.5. Qt 5.6.0. Konsole 15.12.3. zsh 5.1.1. vimx 7.4. Have installed pathogen and SpeedDating using pathogen. When I do Ctrl-A, Ctrl-X on a date field, nothing ...
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How to conditionally load plugins

I was searching for an answer to this, but haven't found anything yet, so if I missed something obvious, I apologize. I thought it would be a quick google search away, so maybe it's more complicated ...
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Trying to install pathogen, but where?

I make a .vim directory in my home directory. I then made an autoload directory and a bundle directory. I added the pathogen.vim file to the autoload directory. I then added execute pathogen#infect() ...