vim-markdownThis plug-in is aimed at
mkdThe file for is automatically set
foldmethod=exprThat will be used against the
markdownThe file has the side effect of folding somewhere, expanding and grammar highlighting:
foldmethodOn the premise of this, how to eliminate it once and for all is good. Thank you!
Updated: I didn’t expect there would be any good solution, but I found an alternative.
vim-markdownNew plug-in forvim-octopressNot only does it not have the side effects of the former, but it also supports it.
rakeCommand built-in. There is no need to continue to dwell on this issue.
Look at vim-markdown’s help document, through in
.vimrcThe variable set in should be disable vim-markdown.
If you don’t use it, you can even remove the plug-in.
Ps. vim itself has markdown’s plug-in, but only syntax highlighting.
Another method is for reference only:
After opening the markdown file,
Or add a vim modeline at the beginning or end of the highlighted markdown file that you do not want to collapse:
<! -- vim: set ft=txt: -->
I’m not sure if I can work. Try it. I haven’t used vim for a long time.