Re: :Cabe on .gvimrc
- Thanks you.
I finally make it word, by deleting :set paste from my .gvimrc
Without :set paste, it works
with it doesn't.
Thank you all for your answer
On 18 jan, 22:35, björn <bjorn.winck...@...> wrote:
> 2010/1/18 kennydee:
> > it's exactly the behavior i expected, but it doesn't work with me :/
> > My MacVim version is VIM - Vi IMproved 7.2 (2008 Aug 9, compiled Aug
> > 21 2008 12:51:59)
> > MacOS X (unix) version
> > Compiled by Bjorn Winckler <bjorn.winck...@...>
> > And i'm on a macbook pro, with mac osx 10.6.2
> > Thanks you for your answer anyway ;)
> It should work -- most likely the problem is at your end. Try going
> through these steps
> and see if you can figure out what the problem is.
- what version of vim are you using, what vi related packages do you
have installed in your linux version. or to which linux distro do you
On Jan 18, 1:42 am, kennydee <ke...@...> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> First of all, thanks for making this wonderful Vim available on Mac !
> I've got only one problem with this port : it's the lack of the :cabe
> support in gvimrc :
> :cabe e tabedit
> This line (on linux system and Gvim) do the following stuff :
> When i type in command line :e , it transform it in :tabe
> This make the usage of tabs more simple, but this features didn't work
> on mac.
> Have u got any idea ?