NeoBundle vs Vim-Plug vs Vundle

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NeoBundle

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Vim-Plug

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Vundle

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      What is NeoBundle?

      NeoBundle is a next generation Vim plugin manager. This plugin is based on Vundle, but I renamed and added tons of features, while Vundle tends to stay simple.

      What is Vim-Plug?

      A minimalist Vim plugin manager.

      What is Vundle?

      Vundle is short for Vim bundle and is a Vim plugin manager.

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