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Vim's plugin system. NOT for questions about a specific plugin (use the appropriate plugin-* tag) or questions that may require a plugin.

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Is there an ideal / idiomatic way to debug running plugins?

I sometimes have plugs stop working — in my case, mostly using async lookups with Unite. When this happens, I would like to see what is happening and look into how to configure around it, or make a ...
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Comprehesive support for graphviz (linting/autocompletion/snippets)

Vim comes with some support (syntax highlighting) out of the box for the DOT language (graphviz) In addition, I found the plugin: https://github.com/wannesm/wmgraphviz.vim, which provides integrated ...
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How to implement a check-in test for omni completion script?

I've been working in an omni-completion script for Vim that is becoming more and more complex. At this point I'm interested in implementing some kind of check-in regression test for the script. Any ...
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matchparen made a wrong match on angle brackets

I used the MatchParen to match the parenthesis while coding C++ projects. Here is my config in .vimrc: hi MatchParen cterm=underline ctermbg=NONE ctermfg=DarkCyan set matchpairs+=<:> However, ...
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How to write to a temproary buffer in a plugin

I've started to write my first vim plugin, a simple timer. I want to be able to set a timer for an arbitrary amount of time, and have it notify me once that time has passed. I've got it all working, ...
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how to set a watch in the vim debugger

I use DBGp Remote Debugger Interface for debuggign in vim. which works excellent, but it's missing some things that I would like to have: a watch variable features (most important) auto complete when ...
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Using Vim-Plug with portable version of gvim (windows)

My university does not (quite understandably) provide administrative rights to users on their public machines (which run only MS Windows 7 OS). As a regular vim user, I use a lot of plugins (...
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visincr.vim compatibility with Neovim

In Vim 7.4, I used to effectively deploy the visincr.vim plugin for such a task. However, I have recently moved to neovim and this won't work anymore. The errors produced by :so % fills up the whole ...
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Is there any documentation available on the internals of netrw?

I have found fairly clear documentation on the usage and customization of netrw, but a perusal of the plugin source code shows only method-level comments, and does not give a good indication of the ...
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Some mappings in my .vim/ftplugin/*.vim change upon entering a window with different filetype, and some don't. What could be the reason for this?

I have special commenting macros for different languages in my ftplugin files, and macros for creating "dividers" (i.e. commented out line of dashes #--------...). I also define a Vimscript filetype ...
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Is it possibile to get out of brackets automatically after just one word?

I'm currently using pear-tree as an automatic brackets closing plugin. So when I type, for example: print( I get print(|) The functionality I'm looking for is to get the cursor out of the brackets ...
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Setting up fzf and integrating it with vim

I am trying to setup fzf and use it with vim, tried to follow the instructions in the git repo but could not get things to work. I was successfully able to install fzf and use the :FZF command in vim....
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Default Window to be 80 characters wide?

I use vim split window a lot but I would like each default window to have width set at 80 chars. Are there any plugins/hacks that can accomplish this?
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Syntax folder under plugin/foo/syntax/foo.vim not automatically applied when filetype change?

I have a plugin under nvim/plugin/foo, but the syntax file nvim/plugin/foo/syntax/foo.vim is not automatically applied when the filetype change, but if I put it under nvim/syntax/foo.vim it works I'...
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How to migrate from NeoBundle to Dein?

Shougo is no longer maintaining NeoBundle, but instead has re-written a plugin manager from scratch under the name Dein. The Dein GitHub page says: No Vundle/NeoBundle compatibility Given ...
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Sourcing Vimplug plugins in a separate file

I am using the minimalistic Vimplug as the plugin manager for Vim. Installing plugins through Vimplug involves putting the following code inside the vimrc file. call plug#begin('~/.vim/plugged') ...