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Vim reads initialization commands from a file called vimrc on startup. This can be used to set settings, define functions, execute autocommands, and more.

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There is a comment by Carpetsmoker which suggests a way to prevent Vim from recording events for certain filetypes: I would not recommend using a separate vimrc file, for the simple reason that … ... section of the autocommand from the comment? Why does Carpetsmoker say that the crytpmethod way is superior to the separate vimrc way? As I think of it, both vim -u ~/.vimrc-incognito and vim +"set cryptmethod=blowfish" are equally easy to forget. …
asked Jan 20 '16 by Mateusz Piotrowski
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easy way to start Vim with this setup. Here are some ideas I've come up with: Load .vimrcprivate instead of .vimrc You can simply put all the necessary commands into .vimrcprivate and start Vim like … this: vim -u .vimrcprivate Define and call a Private() function Another idea add a code like this to your .vimrc: function Private() " set of commands here endfunction and then you are able …
asked Jan 19 '16 by Mateusz Piotrowski