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Re: Custom vimrc file for MacVim

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  • Bernhard
    ... Nevermind, removing the (double) quotes did the trick. ... I know, but calling the mvim script doesn t open a new window. (Normally it does, of course.)
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 10 6:32 PM
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      On Aug 10, 10:40 pm, björn <bjorn.winck...@...> wrote:

      > I don't understand what you mean by "Vim couldn't find the file"?
      >
      Nevermind, removing the (double) quotes did the trick.

      > The options only apply to the Vim instance launched when calling the
      > mvim script.  When you press Cmd-n a new Vim instance is launched
      > essentially by calling "Vim -g".  There is no easy way to change this.
      >
      I know, but calling the mvim script doesn't open a new window.
      (Normally it does, of course.) Maybe creamrc causes this.

      > You'll have to look at the system
      > gvimrc file to see how this is done and modify it to work with Cream.
      >
      > I have to warn you that I will most likely change the way the menus
      > are set up in the future.  In order to be able to support localized
      > menus I think I'll have to move all of the menu stuff from MacVim's
      > system gvimrc to the menu.vim file inside the runtime folder.  This
      > change _may_ also make it easier to make Cream work with MacVim.
      >
      OK, I'll do that. Thanks for the hint!
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