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8736Re: 'mvim' problem

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  • clarkbai
    Aug 4, 2008
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      So, the path '~/vim' still means the one in macvim package?
      or others?
      I create a '~/bin' file in my homedirectory and copy mvim into it.

      but---dyn1212-200:~ bp$ mvim ~/.vimrc
      -bash: mvim: command not found

      ???Sorry to bother you again. I am - -!

      Thanks.

      Bai

      On Aug 4, 1:31 pm, Nico Weber <nicolaswe...@...> wrote:
      > Hi,
      >
      > On 04.08.2008, at 14:21, clarkbai wrote:
      >
      > > That is: vxvx.
      >
      > So you're ~/.vimrc contains garbage. You can do `rm ~/.vimrc` to fix  
      > this.
      >
      > > That means there are two .vimrc files? one for ~/.vimrc, and another
      > > one is in macvim package?
      >
      > Yes. The one in the macvim package will be overwritten each time you  
      > update macvim.
      >
      > > Which one should I use?
      >
      > You should use ~/.vimrc .
      >
      > > How can I modify the ~/.vimrc?
      >
      > With any text editor, for example with (duh) MacVim. In terminal, do  
      > `mvim ~/.vimrc` to open the file, then put in there anything you want.
      >
      > Nico
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