Default mappings override user mappings in Rust ( [[ and ]] mappings )

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  • impatient.nvim

    Improve startup time for Neovim

    Did you defined your [[ and ]] mappings in that file or just created it? the after directory runs at the end of your config so you can override this kind of settings. Maybe you are using impatient.nvim? From their README:

  • rust.vim

    Vim configuration for Rust.

    Most of the customizations in the $VIMRUNTIME's rust ftplugin are guarded behind a flag (g:rust_fold, g:rustfmt_autosave,g:rust_recommended_style, etc.) to control enabling and disabling them, but for some reason the navigation mappings are unconditionally defined, with no flag to turn them off... It might be worth going through the issues in to see if that ever came up before.

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