oh-my-vim is a Vim plugin that allows you to manage your Vim plugins.
It's eavily inspired from oh-my-zsh.
It's recommended to install oh-my-vim as a non root user.
pip install oh-my-vim
Install from the repository:
pip install -e "git+https://github.com/gawel/oh-my-vim.git#egg=oh-my-zsh"
Add the --upgrade option for upgrading.
If oh-my-vim is installed as root. You'll have to upgrade your user account:
oh-my-vim upgrade all
Have a look at your ~/.vimrc:
And select your favorites profiles.
Browse all VimL projects available on github in your favorite browser:
oh-my-vim search [-t] [term]
Installation. You can use a git url or a requires.txt file/url wich contains git urls:
oh-my-vim install [giturl|requires.txt]
Remove a bundle:
oh-my-vim remove [bundle1|bundle2|...]
List installed packages:
List all packages listed in Oh My Vim's registry:
oh-my-vim list -a
Generate a requires.txt file:
oh-my-vim list -u > requires.txt
oh-my-vim upgrade [bundle1|bundle2|...]
Notice that you'd better use pip install --upgrade oh-my-vim to get a clean update. This will also update all bundles.