i find that archive type kind of strange also. What did u decompress
it with? I know of Archive Utility not archive manager. (http://
if you use archive utility which came with mac os x, you should get a
folder that has the app bundle MacVim.app in it. mvim and a readme.
putting mvim in your path should allow you to execute mvim from the
command line and get MacVim if MacVim is put in /Applications/
On Aug 9, 9:32 pm, Rascal <sra...@...> wrote:
> I don't see any instructions on how to install MacVim. I downloaded
> the .tbz but I don't know how to install it. I clicked on the file.
> It started the Archive Manager but I still can't run macvim from the
> command line.
> I am sure I am missing something obvious. How do you install macvim
> from the .tbz file?
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