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13957Re: MacVim crashes with I use plugins

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  • Federico Calboli
    Oct 11, 2013
      Let me add:

      OS 10.8.5
      MacVim Snapshot 71 for Mountain Lion.

      BW

      F

      On Friday, 11 October 2013 15:43:42 UTC+1, Federico Calboli wrote:
      > Hi All,
      >
      > I had the annoying problem that MacVim would stop opening files (it would open a blank file) if I had files of the same kind already open. The problem was common but unpredictable in its occurrence, i.e. would just happen after a random number of file open actions.
      >
      > I uninstalled my plugins and removed .vimrc and .gvimrc.
      >
      > I have now installed Vundle as plugin manager, but the same issue presented itself with Pathogen (which I have now installed). Now my .vimrc looks like:
      >
      > set nocompatible
      > filetype off
      > set rtp+=~/.vim/bundle/vundle/
      > call vundle#rc()
      > Bundle 'gmarik/vundle'
      > Bundle 'Vim-R-plugin'
      > filetype plugin indent on
      > set modelines=0
      > set guifont=letteragbeta:h17
      > syntax on " colour hilighting
      > set tabstop=2 " no. of space chars when tab key is pressed
      > set shiftwidth=2 " number of space characters inserted for indentation
      > set expandtab " space chars instead of <TAB> when tab key is pressed
      > set softtabstop=2 " makes the spaces feel like real tabs
      > set bs=2 " allow backspacing over everything in insert mode
      > set ai " Always set auto-indenting on
      > set history=50 " keep 50 lines of command history
      > set ruler " Show the cursor position all the time
      > set smartindent
      > set hlsearch " highlight search
      > highlight Comment ctermfg=lightblue " make comments readable on black background
      > set viminfo='10,\"100,:20,%,n~/.viminfo
      > if &term=="xterm" || &term=="xterm-color"
      > :map! <Esc>Oq 1
      > :map! <Esc>Or 2
      > :map! <Esc>Os 3
      > :map! <Esc>Ot 4
      > :map! <Esc>Ou 5
      > :map! <Esc>Ov 6
      > :map! <Esc>Ow 7
      > :map! <Esc>Ox 8
      > :map! <Esc>Oy 9
      > :map! <Esc>Op 0
      > :map! <Esc>On .
      > :map! <Esc>OQ /
      > :map! <Esc>OR *
      > :map! <Esc>Ol +
      > :map! <Esc>OS -
      > endif
      > colorscheme molokai
      > let g:molokai_original = 1
      > set number
      > set formatoptions=l
      > set lbr
      > set tw=150
      > set timeoutlen=750
      > if &term =~ "xterm-256color\\|rxvt"
      > let &t_SI = "\033]Pl4682b4\033\\"
      > let &t_EI = "\033]Pla0522d\033\\"
      > autocmd VimLeave * silent !echo -ne "\033]Plc1ffc1\033\\"
      > endif
      > :set viminfo^=h
      >
      > The plugin is installed correctly, but if I try to open a R source file (foo.R) MacVim crashes, with this in console:
      >
      > 11/10/2013 15:30:26.085 MacVim[70425]: *** -[NSMachPort handlePortMessage:]: dropping incoming DO message because the connection is invalid
      >
      > What is going on?
      >
      > In case you need, my .gvimrc is:
      >
      > set tabstop=2 " no. of space chars when tab key is pressed
      > set shiftwidth=2 " number of space characters inserted for indentation
      > set expandtab " space chars instead of <TAB> when tab key is pressed
      > set softtabstop=2 " makes the spaces feel like real tabs
      > set bs=2 " allow backspacing over everything in insert mode
      > set ai " Always set auto-indenting on
      > set history=50 " keep 50 lines of command history
      > set ruler " Show the cursor position all the time
      > set smartindent
      > set hlsearch " highlight search
      > colorscheme molokai
      > let g:molokai_original = 1
      > set formatoptions=l
      > set lbr
      > set tw=150
      > highlight Cursor guifg=white guibg=sienna
      > highlight iCursor guifg=white guibg=steelblue
      > set guicursor=n-v-c:block-Cursor
      > set guicursor+=i:block-iCursor
      > set guicursor+=a:blinkon0
      >
      > BW
      >
      > F

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