On 21/04/13 18:37, Ben Fritz wrote:
> On Sunday, April 21, 2013 7:02:13 AM UTC-5, xeon123 wrote:
>> I found my problem.
>> In my case I have declared wrong in the runtimepath in my ~/.vimrc "/usr/share/vim/vim72", and it must be "/usr/share/vim/vim73". After this change it works fine.
>> Check you ":set runtimepath" directories to see if they are correct.
> I never set my runtimepath manually.
> Why do you need to?
> I note that mine is set (by default) to include /usr/local/share/vim/vim73 but not /usr/share/vim/vim73.
When you compile Vim yourself on Unix-like systems, it will normally
install under /usr/local/:
executable in /usr/local/bin/
runtime files (for Vim 7.3) in /usr/local/share/vim/vim73/
system vimrc (not always present) is looked for at /usr/local/vim/vimrc
When you get a Vim package from a Linux distro, the paths are different:
executable in /usr/bin/
runtime files (for Vim 7.3) in /usr/share/vim/vim/73/
system vimrc (not always present) is looked for at (e.g.) /etc/vimrc
This avoids conflicts if you have both; and, since /usr/local/bin comes
before /usr/bin in the $PATH, invoking vim without a path will get you
the one you compiled yourself.
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