I am trying to get syntastic to work.
So far I have been able to make all the python stuff working but now I
have a problem with the :make statement that I don't know how to
Sytastic plugin use the :lmake command to launch a script that parses
the synyax of your file, in this case a python file, so it sets the
makeprog option according.
If I run :lmake I got this output from my python file:
/usr/share/vim/vim72/doc/options.txt.gz >& /user_data/.tmp/v370164/5
shell returned 1
But if I just copy/paste the command line and run it from my terminal,
it works perfectly and creates the /user_data/.tmp/v370164/5
I have set shellpipe='>&'
But using the default shellpipe givis me the same problem, so it is
not a problem related to the piping methd I think.
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