The reload.vim plug-in automatically reloads various types of Vim scripts as they're being edited in Vim to give you instant feedback on the changes you make. For example while writing a Vim syntax script you can open a split window of the relevant file type and every time you :update your syntax script, reload.vim will refresh the syntax highlighting in the split window. For more information about the plug-in please refer to its homepage or the project page on GitHub:
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Unzip the most recent ZIP archive file (see below) inside your Vim profile directory (usually this is "~/.vim" on UNIX and "%USERPROFILE%\vimfiles" on Windows), restart Vim and execute the command ":helptags ~/.vim/doc" (use ":helptags ~\vimfiles\doc" instead on Windows). Now try it out: Edit any Vim script that's already loaded and check that the script is reloaded when you save it (the reload.vim plug-in will print a message to confirm when a script is reloaded).