2009/3/3 björn <bjorn.winckler@...
> 2009/2/23 Yongwei Wu:
>> 2009/2/23 Nico Weber:
>>>> When I do `open -a MacVim` with this snapshot (Snapshot 43), it just
>>>> bounces in the dock and I have to force quit the bouncing icon. This
>>>> used to work fine (a few snapshots ago), I could regularly do things
>>>> like `open -a MacVim *.txt` in a directory.
>>> Hm, works for me. Does this only happen if you use `open`? Does
>>> opening MacVim via double-clicking it in the Finder work? Via `mvim`?
>>> What's the output of
>>> cat ~/.CFUserTextEncoding
>>> ? This sounds a bit like issue 56 ( http://code.google.com/p/macvim/issues/detail?id=56
>>> , particularly comments 23-26). Perhaps it's just a coincidence this
>>> started happening after you installed 43? Does snapshot 42 still work?
>> Maybe not. I am happy to report that since a few snapshots ago this
>> issue has ceased to appear on my computer. Not sure whether it is
>> because of an OS update or the MacVim update.
> I haven't done anything on purpose to fix this so I'm not sure what
> has changed...
>> There are still strange things related to locales. After I start
>> MacVim by double-clicking, I can open a new Vim window by clicking on
>> the dock icon when there is not an active Vim window. I cannot do
>> this if I first launch MacVim by typing mvim in a terminal. For some
>> reason unknown, the language as indicated by v:lang is zh-CN (Chinese)
>> in the former case, but it is en_GB in the latter.
> The problem with clicking on the dock has nothing to do with locales.
> It is a bug that should have been fixed in snapshot 43 -- can you
> please test snap 43 to confirm that it has indeed been fixed?
> The fact that the locale depends on how you start MacVim is somehing I
> was not aware of however. I don't know why this happens or what
> consequences it may have unfortunately.
Not your problem here. For some reason I have LANG=en_GB.UTF-8 in the
terminal. I did not set it in .bashrc or .bash_profile. LANG=zh_CN
is natural, since I've set Simplified Chinese as my first language in
System Preferences > International.
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