Does anyone use vim snippets? The only time I ever encounter them is (when I'm pairing) when I accidentally activate a snippet and have to figure out how to delete the mess. Therefore, I'm pushing to remove them from our official dotfiles. But if someone uses them, let's keep it.
@mike-burns I always have the intention of using them - I mean, anything that saves time, right? That said, I've never spent the time to actually use them.
I use them.
Examples: users.each expands to users.each do |user|, desc expands to describe User, '', and I have a bunch that are basically abbreviations for annoying ERB constructs that can't be made shorter.
users.each do |user|
describe User, ''
If most people aren't using them, I'm fine with removing them. Either way, I'd recommend trying them out.
Did we end-up removing these snippets? The only mention I see of them is the let g:snippetsEmu_key = "<S-Tab>" line in vimrc.
let g:snippetsEmu_key = "<S-Tab>"
I think snippets were removed when we switched to Vundle, but I can't find the exact commit. We should probably remove that global from vimrc.
This looks to be resolved.