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Cássio Botaro
@cassiobotaro
if errors persists, please open an issue with your vim version, os version and a description of the problem, or a screenshot
Avelino
@avelino
feito
kronos29296
@kronos29296
hi, is there a neovim equivalent for .vimrc.local? I cant find anything relevant to that. By the way i am completely new to vim/neovim and am setting it up for python
kronos29296
@kronos29296
Well i found it in the init file itself
Cássio Botaro
@cassiobotaro
local_bundles.vim is the equivalent of .vimrc.local.bundles -> contains the custom plugins
local_init.vim is the equivalent of .vimrc.local -> contains the custom settings
Danny George
@dangets
Quick question before filing bug - using vim-bootstrap generated rc file; and I'm seeing that 'set binary' makes the fileformat detection not work properly
I created a junk file with a couple of lines, used unix2dos to convert to crlf - and neovim doesn't properly detect the fileformat. Commenting out the 'set binary' line makes it work properly. The fileformats is set after "set binary" and is set to "unix,dos,mac" ... any suggestions / pointers on where to go from here. Is 'set binary' needed?
Cássio Botaro
@cassiobotaro
good question @dangets , i will take a look asap
kronos29296
@kronos29296
While writing a C program, whenever i enter { the completion for the } is very slow taking up to a second. This only happens in C programs when i type { (I don't know about C++ or obj C but in Python it didn't happen). By trial and error I found it was caused by c.vim that came along with vim-bootstrap(by disabling other plugins). So anybody know any fix for this or is it a bug in the plugin itself?
Ernst Maurer
@amigo421
hi guys, the question from absolutely newbie in vim and vim-bootstrap, some time ago I raised a request (avelino/vim-bootstrap#236) that fresh nvim+generated vimrc doesn't work for c++ files, currently I 've tried to use on another machine but the same problem, no highlighting for cpp file. I didn't amend the config manually , all what I did is a selecting c++/js/python languages and neovim type. so this doesn't work for me out of the box. any idea?
Cássio Botaro
@cassiobotaro
@amigo421 what's your OS. Do you install required packages?
Cássio Botaro
@cassiobotaro
@kronos29296 i can't reproduce here
Ernst Maurer
@amigo421
@cassiobotaro seems the problem is not more there, I don't know why but currently the highlighting works fine, probably initially the plugins were not installed... I don't know. so please ignore my question.
because of I'm newbie in vim, there are another questions :) hope on your assistance
Cássio Botaro
@cassiobotaro
of course, we are here to help...
Ernst Maurer
@amigo421
thank you, let me post one of questions now -
I've posted this with a screenshots on stack exchange , unsuccessfully https://vi.stackexchange.com/questions/12533/different-colour-schemas-depends-how-file-is-opened
oh, I see someone replied there, let me check his reply . hope this clarifies
Ernst Maurer
@amigo421
my OS is ubuntu 16.04 inside WSL
Cássio Botaro
@cassiobotaro
@amigo421 i can't reproduce here, can you share the target file?
Gabriel Cruz
@gmelodie
Hey there. I've recently updated my vim to version 8.0 and suddently the enter (<CR>) key somehow changed functions for C files. If I create a .txt, .dat or withoud extension at all it works, but in .c files the enter key instead of creating a new line it moves the cursor one character foward (if it is on insertion mode, if not, it changes to insertion mode). Should this be happening? If so, how can I revert it?
bf4648
@bf4648
How do u remove unwanted plugins in vim-bootstrap?
Cássio Botaro
@cassiobotaro
open generated .vimrc, go to line that define the plugin and press dd
Ricardo Ruiz
@pwaqo
Hi, I have added the following line to my ~/.vimrc.local:
au BufRead,BufNewFile *.txt tw=50 fo+=t
But, when I open a .txt file and execute :verbose set tw it says textwidth=0
There are some plugins that are overwritting this variable.
How can I do to execute it the last one?
Cássio Botaro
@cassiobotaro
@pwaqo can you open an issue about that? https://github.com/avelino/vim-bootstrap/issues
Sérgio Luiz Araújo Silva
@voyeg3r
Hei guys! Do we have "inccommand" added in neovim bootstrap? Because I stumbled upon it and it is amazing
nbelakovski
@nbelakovski
Hello. Really cool thing this is. I'm always looking for ways to get setup quickly as I'm often moving from machine to machine, so this is great. One question though, is there a list of all the plugins this installs and what they do? I'm looking through the .vimrc file, but it would be nice if this were listed on the site or the github page, with some quick links to understand them all
nbelakovski
@nbelakovski
I went ahead and made my own list and made a PR to add it to the project: avelino/vim-bootstrap#279
It would also be nice to know not only the plugins that are installed, but also what other changes are made (i.e. I see that tabs are set to spaces and are set to size 4, and that Wq/WQ/wQ/etc. are mapped to wq). There's a lot of them so I don't think I'll be going through it all, but just saying it would be nice if that were available.
Sérgio Luiz Araújo Silva
@voyeg3r
@pwaqo I have read someone explaining why do not use set abbreviations, other people and even ourselves in the future could not understand it. instead of fo+ use formatoptions+
What do you guys say about this:?
" Auto reindent pasted text (from hacking vim p.138)
nnoremap p p=`]
it pastes and reformat = `] until pasted
Sérgio Luiz Araújo Silva
@voyeg3r
For those who use auto-pairs I have found a shortcut to jump outside faster
" Jump outside '"({
if !exists('g:AutoPairsShortcutJump')
let g:AutoPairsShortcutJump = '<C-l>'
endif
Sérgio Luiz Araújo Silva
@voyeg3r
@bf4648 If you do not use a given plugin frequently you can keep it but allowing lazy loading like this:
Plug 'chrisbra/NrrwRgn', { 'on': ['NR', 'NrrwRgn'] }
Then if I run :NR it will load NarrowRegion plugin, most of my plugins are set this way and I have gained a lot on startup time.
Rogerio Fonseca
@rogeriofonseca
Hei guys. I have a suggestion. Should I open an issue for that?
Sergio
@voyeg3r_twitter
Estou aqui trazendo uma sugestão, gostaria de saber a opinião de vocês:
" Recover from accidental Ctrl-U
" http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Recover_from_accidental_Ctrl-U
inoremap <c-u> <c-g>u<c-u>
inoremap <c-w> <c-g>u<c-w>
inoremap <c-y> <c-o>u
yvanst
@yvanst
hey guys, I wonder if you could add the easymotion plugin to the config file, because I find it very handy.
Carles Iborra
@nerac
Hi there, I have one issue with copy and paste, dunno if anybody faces the same. After installation there is not way to copy&paste using the clipboard. Any idea? This is my OS:
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS
Release: 18.04
Codename: bionic
I tried to update to gnome vim but same issue... https://unix.stackexchange.com/a/448793
Carles Iborra
@nerac
fixed now. sorry for bothering you
Avelino
@avelino
@cassiobotaro @lerrua uses Linux and help you
timgold81
@timgold81
Hello. I have installed bootstrap for c, go , python. And when I open files I can see ^M at the end of every line. Some plugin adds it. Because I don't care about eol type, I would like to hide this. Someone know how , or which plugin (or plugins) doing so I could hide the eol?
timgold81
@timgold81
Nevermind. It was no a Plugin. it was 'set binary'. When removed. the ^M disappeared.
Cássio Botaro
@cassiobotaro
@nerac install gvim to allow copy & paste from clipboard. If error persists, please open an issue, i will take a look