13976Re: Speeding up cold startup
- Oct 15, 2013On 15/10/2013 06:46, Kevin Burke wrote:
> Hi,My copy of MacVim (snapshot 70) on 10.6.8 takes a full ten seconds to
> Are there any tricks I can use to speed up Macvim's cold startup? It takes maybe a second to load on my machine, when it's called via the "mvim" executable.
> The last post I could find about speeding up about Macvim was from 2008 - https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/vim_mac/bEC5e4BLb-4/nkMIsfsRygUJ... has any progress been made since then, or are there any outstanding areas that could be sped up?
launch from cold (so does console Vim too). Even launching console Vim
with no plugins & no vimrc, it takes three seconds.
On Linux, Ubuntu 13.04 & SL 6.4 launch instantaneously whereas all the
rest take between two to three seconds.
All machines have the same plugins & same vimrc.
Arch Linux, CentOS 5.9 & 6.4, Debian Squeeze & Wheezy, Fedora Spherical
& That Damn Cat, OS X Snow Leopard & Tiger, Scientific Linux 6.4, Ubuntu
Quantal & Raring
GnuGPG Key : http://phildobbin.org/publickey.asc
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