I work on a bunch of different projects, and some have different code standards than others. Some projects also have a slightly different directory structure, which might conflict with some of my CtrlP mappings.
To make sure everything always works the way I want it to, I use project
Vim allows for per-project configuration files, although this is turned off by
default. To enable this, drop this line into your
If you enable this, it’s also a good idea to add this to the end of your
~/.vimrc to disable unsafe commands in your project-specific
This will prevent
:autocmd, shell and write commands from being run inside
.vimrc files unless they’re owned by you.
Now you can write per-project
.vimrc files like the following:
set tabstop=2 set shiftwidth=2 set softtabstop=2 set expandtab set nosmarttab set textwidth=80 map <leader>gf :CtrlPClearAllCaches<cr> :CtrlP features_wip<cr>