2010/3/5 Cássio Marques:
> I've renamed my .vim folder and .vimrc file (I don't have a .gvimrc file)
> and after that I still can't type anything in MacVim. When using the old,
> stable release, I can.
> This is very frustrating, since I built snapshot 51 (which I think is aroud
> for a while now) and I can't use it either, even without any configuration
> file. Any clue of what may be happening or something else I can't try?
Ok, I'd like you to enable debug logging and send me the output. To
do this, quit MacVim (Cmd+q), then open a Terminal window and enter
these three lines:
defaults write org.vim.MacVim MMLogLevel 7
defaults write org.vim.MacVim MMLogToStdErr 1
A new window should open; enter some text and quit again. Then
copy&paste all the debug output on Terminal and send it back to me.
(I'm assuming you've installed the "mvim" script, if not replace the
third line with
...or change the path to wherever you've installed MacVim.app.) Once
you've done this disable the debug logs again by entering the
following two lines in Terminal (and restart MacVim afterwards):
defaults delete org.vim.MacVim MMLogLevel
defaults delete org.vim.MacVim MMLogToStdErr
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