How do I list loaded plugins in Vim?


How do I list loaded plugins in Vim?



Does anybody know of a way to list up the "loaded plugins" in Vim? I know I should be keeping track of this kind of stuff myself but it would always be nice to be able to check the current status.




Is there a plugin--omnicomplete or other— that will suggest python modules to import?

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moving lines from one window to another
Not a VIM user myself, so forgive me if this is totally offbase.


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But according to what I gather from the following VIM Tips site: .
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" where was an option set   :scriptnames            : list all plugins, _vimrcs loaded (super)   :verbose set history?   : reveals value of history and where set   :function               : list functions   :func SearchCompl       : List particular function 


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As a grapical IDE user, should I be interested in traditional editors? [closed]
The problem with :scriptnames, :commands, :functions, and similar Vim commands, is that they display information in a large slab of text, which is very hard to visually parse..
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To get around this, I wrote Headlights, a plugin that adds a menu to Vim showing all loaded plugins, TextMate style.

The added benefit is that it shows plugin commands, mappings, files, and other bits and pieces..


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If you use Vundle, :PluginList..


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:set runtimepath? 
This lists the path of all plugins loaded when a file is opened with Vim..



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