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Rake Routes

by Stephen Ball

See where vim settings came from

Ever wonder which plugin or config in vim is responsible for setting something like tabs to represent as four spaces? (e.g. ts=4)

Wonder no more! vim will tell you! The magic is the verbose keyword in the setting query

:verbose set ts?
  tabstop=2
        Last set from ~/.vimrc line 86:
:verbose set ts?
  tabstop=2
        Last set from ~/.vim/ftplugin/go.vim line 1
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