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As a skilled Vim user, it is an exciting time to start using a new plugin,
but installation is not so, because there are several steps to do like the
- Get a package of the plugin.
- Copy source tree in the package into
- Generate the help tags file for the plugin.
It is also exciting to update favorite Vim plugins to the latest version,
but I don't want to repeat the steps for each plugin. It's boring.
Some plugins depend on other plugins, so that I have to install also
dependencies, but it is easy to forget about dependencies.
It's sad to see error messages like "E117: Unknown function: foo#bar".
It would be better to automate these routine works with a declarative way,
vim-flavor does it.
cd $YOUR_REPOSITORY_FOR_DOTFILES # Add, delete or change declarations which versions of Vim plugins to use. vim Flavorfile # Install Vim plugins according to Flavorfile. vim-flavor install # Record changes to the declarations and locked status. git add Flavorfile Flavorfile.lock git commit -m '...'
vim-flavor reads a file
Flavorfile in the current working directory.
The file is called a flavorfile. A flavorfile contains zero or more
declarations about Vim plugins and which versions of Vim plugins to use.
See also more details about flavorfile.
vim-flavor creates a file
Flavorfile.lock in the current working directory.
The file is called a lockfile. A lockfile contains details about installed
Vim plugins to use the same configuration on every machine.
You don't have to care about the content of a lockfile.
- Install Vim plugins
- Update Vim plugins
- Uninstall Vim plugins
- Deploy Vim plugins to a non-standard directory
Last published about 3 years ago by kana.