I'm gonna keep this short and simple. I have a ~/.vim folder and ~/dotfiles/.vim folder (the ~/dotfiles/.vim was copied to ~/.vim). Yesterday I noticed that I had several files with weird permissions in the ~/dotfiles/.vim folder, that was originally in the ~/.vim folder. These are two of them from ls -l:
-rw-r--r--@ 1 root staff 0 Aug 14 20:22 .vimrc.swo -rw-r--r--@ 1 root staff 0 Aug 14 20:22 .vimrc.swp
$ xattr -l .vimrc.swo com.apple.backupdelta.creationMarker: yes inodeForCreationOriginal: 10315637
$ xattr -l .vimrc.swp com.apple.backupdelta.creationMarker: yes inodeForCreationOriginal: 10315632
it appears that time machine has created som sort of backups of some files in ~/.vim (the Vundle.vim directory is another example created at the exact same time). Is this normal behaviour? If not, what might be the cause and how can I fix it?