So, I’m struggling somewhat with the move to Arch. Not that Arch is problematic in any way, it seems to be me and my “debianised thinking”.
I noticed that the Vim plugins that were packaged for Arch all install in system directories and hence are imposed on all users. Not a good thing. So, inspired by Debian’s vim-addons-manager, I hacked up a solution relying on pacman. Then I packaged two Vim plugins for Arch. The idea was to do rather than talk, so it wasn’t until after this that I asked for feedback on aur-general. Just to have the idea shot down
Anyway, after being presented with an existing solution more inline with “the Arch way” I decided to try it out. I’ve now subscribed to using GetLatestVimScripts. Brilliant.
Now I need to convince the author of
haskellmode to put it on vim.org
and I really ought to get my packages off AUR.