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Think of sensible.vim as one step above
'nocompatible' mode: a universal
set of defaults that (hopefully) everyone can agree on.
scpthis up to make things a bit more tolerable.
Install using your favorite package manager, or use Vim's built-in package support:
mkdir -p ~/.vim/pack/tpope/start cd ~/.vim/pack/tpope/start git clone https://tpope.io/vim/sensible.git
See the source for the authoritative list of features. (Don't worry, it's
:set calls.) Here's a taste:
'backspace': Backspace through anything in insert mode.
'incsearch': Start searching before pressing enter.
:set list(visible whitespace) prettier.
'scrolloff': Always show at least one line above/below the cursor.
'autoread': Autoload file changes. You can undo by pressing
runtime! macros/matchit.vim: Load the version of matchit.vim that ships with Vim.
How can I see what this plugin actually does?
The source is authoritative. Use
:help 'option' to see the
documentation for an option. If you install scriptease.vim, you can press
K on an option (or command, or function) to jump to its documentation.
How can I override a setting?
Normally, sensible.vim loads after your vimrc, making it a bit tricky to
override (although you could use
after/plugin/sensible.vim). If you want to
load it earlier, add the following line to your vimrc, then put your overrides
Feel free to let me know which setting you object to, so I can reassess whether it makes sense to include it.
I want this to be a plugin nobody objects to installing. Let me know if you have any objections to anything. There are a handful of settings I figured might be controversial, but I included anyways, just to settle the question once and for all. It won't take much persuasion for me to remove them. Everything else is negotiable.
Feel free to ask a question if you're not sure why I've set something, as I haven't put much effort into documenting that.
I'm a stickler for commit messages, so if you send me a pull request with so much as a superfluous period in the subject line, I will close it without so much as a second thought, and save my precious attention for someone who can actually follow directions.
Like sensible.vim? Follow the repository on GitHub and vote for it on vim.org. And if you're feeling especially charitable, follow tpope on Twitter and GitHub.
This pairs great with sleuth.vim.
Copyright Tim Pope. Distributed under the same terms as Vim itself.