Yes, I couldn't find a way of doing it in MacVim, but you are right Chris,
KeyRemap4Macbook did the trick. It is a FANTASTIC piece of software, the
documentation is just excellent, I recommend it to everybody in difficult
It allows you to customize mappings for each app, in an xml file that you
can open from inside the app. It's absolutely poka-yoke.
This is what I wrote in private.xml, for my situation:
<name>Change Right Option key to Control</name>
<autogen>__KeyToKey__ KeyCode::OPTION_R, KeyCode::CONTROL_R</autogen>
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