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Re: request: add command line arg to launch with different background

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  • Sylvain Soliman
    ... Any reason why: $ mvim -c set bg=light is not doing what you want? Sylvain -- Sylvain Soliman GnuPG Public Key: 0x0F53AF99
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 18 9:24 AM
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      * Srinath <srinath.vadlamani@...>:
      > This is a request, but someone may show me how to modify the mvim
      > command so that if I do something like:
      > []$ mvim -bgl
      > it starts macvim with light background
      > and
      > []$mvim -bgd
      > it starts in dark.

      Any reason why:
      $ mvim -c 'set bg=light'

      is not doing what you want?

      Sylvain

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    • Phil Dobbin
      ... Hash: SHA1 ... You could try something with the -c flag. See: `:h -c` Never tried it but it may work with `colorscheme` Cheers, Phil.. - -- But masters,
      Message 2 of 3 , Apr 18 9:30 AM
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        On 18/04/2012 17:19, Srinath wrote:

        > This is a request, but someone may show me how to modify the mvim
        > command so that if I do something like:
        > []$ mvim -bgl
        > it starts macvim with light background
        > and
        > []$mvim -bgd
        > it starts in dark.
        >
        > Ofcourse I would only use the command line arg for my personal non-
        > default background. I usually code with a dark background, but when
        > using a projector, we all know the greens and blues diffuse on a dark
        > background, so light is more usuable. I do use the mavim colorscheme
        > ( which is great for me).

        You could try something with the -c flag. See:

        `:h -c`

        Never tried it but it may work with `colorscheme`

        Cheers,

        Phil..

        - --
        But masters, remember that I am an ass.
        Though it be not written down,
        yet forget not that I am an ass.

        Wm. Shakespeare - Much Ado About Nothing


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