On 26/10/12 02:17, John Little wrote:
> My vim GTK2-GNOME, running without gnome (KDE):
> $ vim -?
> Usage: vim [OPTION...]
> --load-modules=MODULE1,MODULE2,... Dynamic modules to load
> Help options
> -?, --help Show this help message
> --usage Display brief usage message
> GNOME GUI Library
> --disable-crash-dialog Disable Crash Dialog
> E852: The child process failed to start the GUI
> Press ENTER or type command to continue
> Then starts GUI-less. IMO it's a bit of a mess, and trying to document it accurately may not be feasible.
> Regards, John
Hm. And yet most of the GNOME features (including the automatic session
saving) are available when running in a KDE desktop manager. You have
the GNOME _libraries_ installed, don't you? hm, if you didn't you could
probably neither compile Vim with GNOME yourself, nor satisfy
dependencies for a "Vim with GNOME" package from your Linux distro…
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