On Wednesday, November 14, 2012 9:22:52 AM UTC-6, Marco wrote:So just pretend they are plugins and put them in their own bundle/whatever/doc directory.
> 2012-11-14 Ben Fritz:
> > I'm pretty sure the idea of a bundle directory like
> > ~/.vim/bundle/whatever is that "whatever" is a self-contained,
> > small, single plugin. There should be no reason to have
> > subdirectories inside whatever.
> I will describe my use case. I have several custom help files in
> ~/vim/doc, which contain code snippets. I don't want the text to be
> cluttered with code snippets, so I move them to individual files.
> That means a help file comprises the main help file and the
> This clutters my doc directory with all the snippets, so I thought I
> could place them into subdirectories as follows.
> The files are not under version control and they aren't plugins. I
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