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As I don't know where to find the "written" rules, I digged into the source code instead. Also note that there are both Vim and Neovim, but it looks that they still share almost the same code in this regard, so the following applies to both. Also, let me remind that there is rtp-order and load-order, and they are different, as it becomes clear from ...


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It seems to me that the issue you're having is that your plug-in manager is correctly loading the YouCompleteMe plug-in, however it's not working right after being installed by the plug-in manager because the external steps required by YouCompleteMe are not completed yet. So I'm going to go ahead and strongly recommend you switch from Vundle to vim-plug as ...


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UPDATE: It looks like you were trying to get help on plug-ins. For that, you can simply call :help. Vim will look for help files in the plug-in directories, so something like :help pymode will work. If you build the help tags for plug-ins (for instance, with the :Helptags command of pathogen, or :helptags ALL if you're simply using packages), then the ...


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As other answers point out, Pathogen manipulates the Vim runtime directories rather than managing plugins. I use Git to manage changes to my Vim configuration files (living in ~/.vim). Each of my plugins (including Pathogen itself) is installed into ~/.vim/bundle directory as Git sub-modules. This allows me to to use git submodule to pull in all changes ...


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