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8685Re: E40 "Can't open errorfile"

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  • Ben Schmidt
    Jul 31, 2008
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      Boris wrote:
      > Sorry Ben, I'd mixed up the settings with the one of my Windows
      > installation (where it works). My settings on MacVim are actually
      > set shell=bash
      > set shellcmdflag=-c
      > set shellquote=
      > set shellxquote=\"
      > set noshelltemp
      > Here is what macvim says with verbose=5
      > bash: /usr/bin/find . -name '*.cpp' -or -name '*.cs' -or -name '*.c' -
      > or -name '*.asm' -or -name '*.h' -or -name '*.ini' -or -name '*.reg' |
      > xargs grep -nH renewcommand 2>&1| tee /var/folders/RY/
      > RYGxulQVHJO96WoXLe3tp++++TI/-Tmp-/v528793/2: No such file or directory
      > Any idea?

      I think you want shellxquote set to blank. It looks like bash is
      interpreting the entire commandline as a single quoted string and trying
      to find an executable with that name.


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