13580Re: MacVim doesn't open windows anymore
- Feb 11, 2013On 11 Feb 2013, at 22:23, Bee wrote:
> On Feb 11, 12:30 pm, "Niels Kobschätzki" <ni...@...>[snip remove MacVim-preference-files from ~/Library/Preferences]
>> I have suddenly a very strange problem: I start MacVim and no window
>> gets opened. Pushing cmd+n or using the menu for that doesn't work
>> either. Using the Finder and telling to open a file with MacVim will
>> open MacVim but not the window with the file. In ActivityMonitor I can
>> only find a MacVim-process but no vim-process.
>> Each time I open MacVim in console.app I see the following error:
>> 11.02.13 21:18:51,000 kernel: MacVim (map: 0xffffff800eb78a48)
>> triggered DYLD shared region unnest for map: 0xffffff800eb78a48, region
>> 0x7fff8f000000->0x7fff8f200000. While not abnormal for debuggers, this
>> increases system memory footprint until the target exits.
>> Pushing cmd+n doesn't bring up any error in Console.app
>> The only thing I remember doing recently is updating my homebrew-stuff
>> and removing XCode and installing the XCode command line-utilities.
>> I tried deleting my .vim-folder, my .vimrc and my .gvimrc and nothing
>> Starting vim in terminal works fine. Starting the vim in the
>> MacVim.app-bundle works as well. Starting the MacVim-binary from the
>> command line opens MacVim, also with no window and there is no error
>> Creating a new account and starting MacVim there works fine.
>> Mac OS 10.8.2, MacVim Snapshot 66.
> quit macvim if it is running
Nope, that's not it. Still not working.
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