Often vim plugins and configs activate for a certain
filetype, so set
filetype in the current buffer. For example, I want currently want to use
html highlighting and omni completion for
.vue, you can do this in your
Even better, you can use
autocmd so that you don’t have to type it yourself
every time you start editing a .vue file:
Word of warning though: Some plugins will scan through the whole files that might raise false alarms (e.g. linters). So doing something like this can cause problems:
This can be useful for quick, one-off tasks like indentation.
I’ll update as soon as I get better a better way of handling this, but I really like the no-vim-plugin solution for now.