"!" means don't nag me with warnings; just do it.
If you try and vim /etc/hosts, and make changes and try and save with :wq! - the "!" is moot. That is a real error that can't be forced thus use of "!" won't work.
A useful example..
chmod -w ~/example
If you open a file where you have READ access only but have taken away ...
The problem here is that apparently Vundle is a legacy package manager for vim, and when we use the PluginSearch function, it downloads available scripts lists from vim-scripts.org. A visit to the said address reveals that the website has been discontinued:
This used to be a mirror of Vim's scripts site on Github.
It was created to allow early ...