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vim-addon-manager(1)					      General Commands Manual					      vim-addon-manager(1)

   ["NAME"]
       vim-addon-manager - command line manager of Vim add-ons

   ["SYNOPSIS"]
       vim-addons [OPTION ...] [COMMAND [ADDON ...]]

   ["DESCRIPTION"]
       Manage Vim addons installed system-wide, enabling on a per-user basis their installation, removal, ...

       vim-addons  is  capable	of  managing  all Vim addons registered in the system-wide registry of Vim addons (see vim-registry(5)). Each sys-
       tem-wide addon can be, with respect to a user Vim configuration, in one of the following states:

       ["installed"]
	      all of the files composing the addon are installed (i.e. symlinked) to their respective places under the target directory. The addon
	      is fully functional for the current user

       ["removed"]
	      the  files  composing the addon are not installed under the target directory.  The addon might still be working for the current user
	      if it is installed system-wide by the local administrator

       ["disabled"]
	      the files composing the addon are not installed under the target directory, but the addon is  installed  system-wide.  However,  the
	      addon has been disabled for the current user explicitly via some configuration line in plugin/vim-addons.vim under the target direc-
	      tory. The addon is not working for the current user

       ["broken"]
	      only some of the files composing the addon are installed under the target directory. The addon is probably not working for the  cur-
	      rent user

       ["unavailable"]
	      some (or all) of the files composing the addon are missing from the source directory

   ["COMMANDS"]
       A  number  of  commands	can  be  given to vim-addons to inspect or alter the status of the addons: list, status, install, remove, disable,
       amend, files, show.

       A description of the semantics of each command is reported below.

       ["list"]
	      list, one per line, the names of the addons available in the system (i.e. of all the addons mentioned in the registry, not necessar-
	      ily of all enabled addons)

       ["status"]
	      show,  one  per  line,  the status of the addons available in the system. If one or more addon arguments are specified only show the
	      status of those addons.  This is the default command if nothing is specified.

       ["install"]
	      install one or more addons under the target directory. Requires at least one addon argument

       ["remove"]
	      remove one or more addons from the target directory. Requires at least one addon argument

       ["disable"]
	      disable one or more addons to be used by the current user. Usually used for addons which are system-wide enabled by the local admin-
	      istrator	but  that  the	current  user  does not want to be used. Using this command will automatically change the content of plug-
	      in/vim-addons.vim under the target directory, probably adding ":let" commands which will inhibit the given addon	from  being  used.
	      Requires at least one addon argument

       ["enable"]
	      undo the effects of a previous disable command. Requires at least one addon argument

       ["files"]
	      list,  one  per  line, the files composing the specified addons. Files are listed relative to components of the Vim runtimepath (see
	      'runtimepath' in the Vim help). Requires at least one addon argument

       ["show"]
	      displays detailed information about the specified addons

   ["OPTIONS"]
       All commands accept the following options:

       ["-h, --help"]
	      show this usage message and exit

       ["-q, --query"]
	      be quiet and make the output more parseable (for "status")

       ["-r, --registry-dir"]
	      set the registry directory (default: /usr/share/vim/registry)

       ["-s, --source-dir"]
	      set the addons source directory (default: /usr/share/vim/addons)

       ["-t, --target-dir"]
	      set the addons target directory (default: $HOME/.vim)

       ["-v, --verbose"]
	      increase verbosity level

       ["-z, --silent"]
	      silent mode: supress most of the output

       ["-y, --system-dir"]
	      set the system-wide target directory (default: /var/lib/vim/addons)

       ["-w, --system-wide"]
	      set the addons target directory to the system-wide target directory, possibly overriding the -t option

   ["AUTHOR"]
       Stefano Zacchiroli <zack@debian.org> James Vega <jamessan@debian.org>

   ["SEE ALSO"]
       vim(1), vim-registry(5)

   ["COPYRIGHT"]
       Copyright (C) 2007 Stefano Zacchiroli Copyright (C) 2009 James Vega

       This program is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 3 as pub-
       lished by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

								   October 2012 					      vim-addon-manager(1)
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