Re: Help needed: "Warning in snipMate.vim: Snippet xxx is already defined..." when opening files
- On 2 October 2010 20:33, Garrett <shark.byte.usa@...> wrote:
> See a couple references to my problem on the web with no solution.Hi Garrett,
> Since it may be a Mac only issue, thought I'd post it here. Thanks in
> What steps will reproduce the problem?
> 1. Open a file on Mac OS X 10.6 in console or macvim with vim 7.2 or
> 7.3 and snipMate plugin
> What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
> Before opening file I get multiple warnings, such as "Warning in
> snipMate.vim: Snippet ddate is already defined. See :h multi_snip for
> help on snippets with multiple matches."
> What version of snipMate are you using? On what OS?
> 0.83 and then cloned current github repo on Mac OS X 10.6. Could not
> reproduce warnings on Ubuntu Lucid w/ vim 7.2
> Do you have any other plugins installed (that may be clashing with
> snipMate)? Yes (bufexplorer, NERD_tree, rails.vim), but they don't
> appear to be the problem as my .vim directory works fine on Ubuntu
I can't help much with debugging of plugins -- my suggestion would be
to ask the plugin maintainer and see if they know what's going on.
However, I have one thought: have you checked in the snippets files
for multiple declarations of "ddate"?
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