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vim: persistent :set syntax for a given filetype? - Stack Overflow
Is there a way to persistently set the syntax highlighting for a specific file type in vim?
vim  vimrc  syntax  filetype 
18 days ago by clepple
liuchengxu/space-vim: Lean & mean spacemacs-ish Vim distribution
space-vim - :four_leaf_clover: Lean & mean spacemacs-ish Vim distribution
vim  configuration  vimrc 
7 weeks ago by reorx
MarcWeber/vim-addon-local-vimrc: kiss local vimrc with hash protection
This is the best plugin I’ve found for loading different .vimrc files depending on the git repository. But I don’t like plugins, I currently just do:
autocmd BufNewFile,BufRead /Users/fodier-zendesk/Documents/dev/bimeio/* source ~/.vim/bimeio.vim

Works for me. Sessions are an option too: http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/usr_21.html#21.4
vim  vimrc  sessions 
may 2017 by Sylphe
dotfiles/.vimrc at master · garybernhardt/dotfiles
dotfiles - ~grb. Things in here are often interdependent. A lot of stuff relies on scripts in bin/.
vim  vimrc 
march 2017 by grimgrin

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