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11815Re: no windows on MacVim 7.3 (53) OSX 10.6.4

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  • Thomas
    Sep 25, 2010
      Do you know which log I should be looking in?

      I see the syslog commands showing up under Database Searches -> All
      Commands, but starting MacVim or mvim generates nothing. Unless I'm
      looking in the wrong place.

      T

      On Sep 25, 6:30 am, björn <bjorn.winck...@...> wrote:
      > On 24 September 2010 20:51, Thomas <tjl...@...> wrote:
      >
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      > > Opening MacVim either from the dock, the applications folder or
      > > terminal ('open -a MacVim'), displays no window. Neither does Cmd-N
      > > (New Window). However launching MacVim through it's binary ('mvim')
      > > works just fine, although Cmd-N does not work.
      >
      > > I've read trough the ReportingBugs and none of those steps fixed the
      > > problem. I've also searched the group and found two similar issues,
      > > neither of which applies to me:
      >
      > > "No Window at all in Mac OS 10.5.2" (Posted 9/13/10)
      > >  - Logitech Control Center problem (I don't use LCC)
      >
      > > "No windows macvim 7.3 (and previous versions)" (Posted 3/15/08)
      > >  - mislocated Ruby library (Library is in correct location)
      >
      > > Please let me know if I can provide any more details or if you have
      > > any suggestions for troubleshooting.
      >
      > I've not seen anything like this before.  I'd be interested to know
      > what the debug logs say but in order to see them you need to enable
      > them first.  To do so, open up Terminal.app and type
      >
      > $ defaults write org.vim.MacVim MMLogLevel 7
      > $ sudo syslog -c syslogd -d
      >
      > Now, quit MacVim, open Console.app and start MacVim again.  Copy&paste
      > the output in Console.app.  After you've done this, try starting
      > MacVim using the mvim script and copy&paste from Console.app again.
      >
      > When done, you can reset the debug settings to normal as follows:
      >
      > $ sudo syslog -c syslogd off
      > $ defaults delete org.vim.MacVim MMLogLevel
      >
      > Björn

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