[aur-general] An idea for vim scripts/plugins
magnus at therning.org
Sun May 10 06:04:19 EDT 2009
Being a Vim user and having just moved to Arch I noticed that most (all?)
packages for Vim plugins install system wide. This may not be desirable
it means all users get all the plugins, and not using pacman for plugins
the burden of keeping up-to-date on the individual users.
So, inspired by Debian's vim-additions-manager, I came up with a (fairly)
light-weight solution: vim-scripts-mgr. It looks for available Vim
in `/usr/share/vim-scripts` (one directory per plugin) and can install and
uninstall individual plugins by adding symbolic links in ~/.vim for a user.
I've already uploaded two Vim plugins that make use of it, Align and
I'd be thrilled if others who package Vim plugins would consider using it.
Magnus Therning (OpenPGP: 0xAB4DFBA4)
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