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How do I list loaded plugins in Vim?
|September 8, 2008
Posted by forumadmin
Does anybody know of a way to list up the “loaded plugins” in Vim?
I know I should be keeping track of this kind of stuff myself but
it would always be nice to be able to check the current status.
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