gnupg.vim script

Matthijs Mohlmann
Fri, 03 Jun 2005 08:55:48 +0200

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Stefano Zacchiroli wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 02, 2005 at 11:44:59PM +0200, Matthijs Mohlmann wrote:
>>ok i've set in /etc/vim/vimrc.local:
>>set runtimepath+=/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 ->
> /usr/share/vim-scripts/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
> from the package. We have exuberant-ctags in debian and also other
> language specific tag generators (e.g. otags, pytags, ...).
You are right. My fault.

>>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.
That was also what i was thinking.

> Cheers.


Matthijs Mohlmann

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