If you symlink mvim to a name that doesn't already have a special
meaning (e.g. rvim, gvim, vimdiff, etc.), you can use the vim
distribution that is bundled in MacVim.app in the terminal.
I use cvim, myself (for "c[onsole] vim").
cd `which mvim`
ln -s mvim cvim
On Jan 24, 2:13 am, Nick Carter <thynct...@...> wrote:
> Wasn't aware there was a terminal version... Is there?
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