gnupg.vim script

Stefano Zacchiroli
Fri, 3 Jun 2005 08:22:41 +0200

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On Thu, Jun 02, 2005 at 11:44:59PM +0200, Matthijs Mohlmann wrote:
> ok i've set in /etc/vim/vimrc.local:
> set runtimepath+=3D/usr/share/vim-scripts

Please note that I do not recommend this way of using vim-scripts. IMO
is better to install only those needed on a per-script based symlinking
them either in /etc/vim/... or in ~/.vim/. Regarding gnupg.vim, of which
I am an usual user, I have a symlink ~/.vim/plugin/gnupg.vim ->

> The first problem can easily be fixed: remove taglist.vim from the
> vim-scripts package, as ctags doesn't exist in debian why should we
> carry this file ?

taglist.vim is a terrific useful scripts and I don't want to remove it
=66rom the package. We have exuberant-ctags in debian and also other
language specific tag generators (e.g. otags, pytags, ...).

> There are much more vim files that have a mapping for \ss and \sl, so
> i think that's not easy to fix.

Unfortunately this is not up to me. Scripts upstream authors are free to
choose their preferred mapping. IMO this is another reason for not
installing all vim-scripts at once, but only those needed.


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