Re: PATH environment variable
- 2009/11/27 Rémi Prévost:
> On Nov 27, 5:07 pm, björn wrote:Yes, it is almost certainly a problem with the shell. Unfortunately
>> It is enabled by default. To make sure you haven't accidentally
>> disabled it, open up Terminal and enter
>> defaults read org.vim.MacVim
>> and look for an entry named "MMLoginShell" (which should be set to "1"
>> or there shouldn't be one at all).
> I ran the command and the option you mentionned wasn't there. I read
> somewhere that MacVim runs "bash" then itself. Could I get this
> problem because I'm using zsh instead of bash? Thanks!
I'm not the right person to help with shell-related problems (maybe
somebody else has a clue?). One thing you could try is to open
Terminal.app and enter:
defaults write org.vim.MacVim MMLoginShellCommand "/bin/zsh"
and replace the "/bin/zsh" with the correct path to your zsh
interpreter. You'll have to quit MacVim (Cmd+q, its not enough to
just close a window) and restart it for this to take effect.
Read up on ":h macvim-login-shell"...maybe that will help.
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