On 2018-04-08, Meino wrote:
> On a windows PC I have "installed" vim - that is: I have
> unpacked a archive downloaded from here:
> Is there a way to ask vim (for example through vim-internal variabl)
> where it exspects the equivalent of .vim (UNIX/Linux) ?
The Windows equivalent of the .vim directory is vimfiles. This will
usually (always?) be $HOME/vimfiles. See
If the $HOME environment variable doesn't already exist, Vim will
create it from the expansion of $HOMEDRIVE$HOMEPATH or $USERPROFILE.
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