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@@ -18,11 +18,6 @@ if v:version >= 701
silent! call pathogen#helptags()
-" Load plugins for file types
-if has('autocmd')
- filetype plugin on
" Options dependent on the syntax feature
if has('syntax')
@@ -36,19 +31,10 @@ if has('syntax')
silent! colorscheme sahara
-" Use all ancestors of current directory for :find
-if has('file_in_path')
- set path=**
" Don't try to complete strings from included files, just use the strings in
" the open buffers; I'll open the file if I want to complete from it
set complete-=i
-" Try Mac line-endings if UNIX or DOS don't make sense; this has never
-" happened to me but who knows, it might one day
-set fileformats+=mac
" Don't jump my screen around when I join lines, keep my cursor in the same
" place; this is done by dropping a mark first and then immediately returning
" to it; note that it wipes out your z mark, if you happen to use it
@@ -74,14 +60,6 @@ set nrformats-=octal
" more than scratch space anyway
set shellslash
-" If the Vim buffer for a file doesn't have any changes and Vim detects the
-" file has been altered, quietly update it
-set autoread
-" Save a file automatically if I change buffers or perform operations with the
-" argument list; this is particularly helpful for me as I don't use 'hidden'
-set autowrite
" Allow the cursor to get to the top or bottom of the screen before scrolling
" vertically, but set a reasonably wide gutter for scrolling horizontally; no
" particular reason, just suits me better
@@ -103,12 +81,6 @@ endif
" case of the character under the cursor
set tildeop
-" I really like ZZ and ZQ, so I wrote a couple more mappings; ZW forces a
-" write of the current buffer, but doesn't quit, and ZA forces a write of all
-" buffers but doesn't quit
-nnoremap ZW :w!<CR>
-nnoremap ZA :wa!<CR>
" Change and delete with C and D both cut off the remainder of the line from
" the cursor, but Y yanks the whole line, which is inconsistent (and can be
" done with yy anyway); this fixes it so it only yanks the rest of the line