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The Enabler plugin loads plugins/bundles (similar to pathogen) on demand as requested by the user. It's main goal is to manage your 'runtimepath' as needed. It thus allows users to have tons of vim plugins/bundles at their finger tips without slowing down startup time. Enabler supports the following types of bundles: 1. Bundles (see |g:enabler#dirs|) are enabled on explicit demand via |:Enable|. 2. After invoking |:Autoenabler|, autobundles (see |g:enabler#auto#dirs|, which defaults to |g:enabler#dirs|) are also enabled implicitly when: - setting a filetype (see |:Enablefiletype|) - editing a file matching a |regexp| (see |:Enablefilepattern|) - calling an unknown function (see |:Enableautoload|) - invoking a map (see |:Enablemap|) - calling a command (see |:Enablecommand|) 3. Filetype bundles (see |g:enabler#ftbundle_dirs|) are enabled when opening a file with a given filetype for the first time. Enabler can also scan available plugins/bundles and generate stub commands and maps for you (see |:Enablegenerate|). These autoenabler definitions can be loaded via |:Autoenabler|. The doc files of installed plugins/bundles can be made available via |:Enablehelptags|. Most vim plugin managers try to do at least two things: manage your 'runtimepath' and manage (install, update, remove) plugins. The Enabler plugin focuses on the first task, i.e., managing the 'runtimepath' variable and enabling plugins as needed. The Enabler plugin doesn't provide a way to download / install / update / remove / build these plugins. Users should use one of the other vim plugin managers available, shell scripts or whatever. Enabler is the successor of the tplugin plugin. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Status: Experimental Install: See http://github.com/tomtom/vimtlib/blob/master/INSTALL.TXT See http://github.com/tomtom for related plugins.