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It is not quite answering the question, but you can run :make to compile from vim, and will allow you to jump to the location of the first error. Then, you can run :cwindow to display the quickfix window, to have the list of errors in a split. The quickfix will have some color highlight: Bringing your cursor on an error line and pressing return will make ...


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The :execute command will assemble an Ex command from strings and evaluate it. Here, in this case, it's actually breaking your command, since it's expanding the g:projectRoot string and forming a string that is an invalid Ex command, since the quotes around the path are now missing. That command is actually equivalent to: let ProRoot=/mnt/hgfs/projects/...


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I've fixed it by adding &> /dev/null to the nvim --headless +PlugInstall +qall command


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