I do not have root permission on a linux cluster, but I would like to share my vim-plugins to all other members of a linux group using vim-pathogen. We have a group-accessible folder, so that's where I can store all my vim-pathogen files; if I can maintain the files in my account I would prefer that (as I have everything done through a git repo).
Should I request the admin to source a vim file, change /etc/bashrc etc.? I want to ask in a way that would involve the admin the least and let me have ownership over the content of vim plug-ins. For example, I have syntax files useful for software that we write, and would like to share them with my working group.
A vim blogger here shows in his .vimrc http://of-vim-and-vigor.blogspot.com/2012/05/my-vimrc.html
" Initialize Plugin Manager "--------------------------- " https://github.com/Raimondi/vim-pathogen " Raimondi's pathogen allows multiple bundle dirs and " provides a command interface to interrogate, enable and " disable plugins. call pathogen#infect('bundle/shared', 'bundle/local') " bundle/shared contains plugins used by all " bundle/local is for personal plugins
Would I just ask the admin to add in a line to source another vim file that I can manage for my group?