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For a manual method, packpath can provide a solution (using only a single line of code in the vimrc file) with the following constraints: set packpath=.config/vim will allow you to put plugins inside .config/vim/pack/*/start/ (as well as .config/vim/pack/*/opt/) and this will work when invoked like vi -u .config/vimrc scriptname.py. But when in a ...


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There are two related options: packpath and runtimepath. If you set packpath then all plugins sub-trees must reside under pack/<bundle>/{start,opt} to comply with :h packages. If you set runtimepath directly then you must add every separate plugin subtree to runtimepath (and then also runtime! plugin/**/*.vim manually in case you have any). Also, you'...


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