On 19/06/12 4:32 AM, Eric Weir wrote:
> On Jun 18, 2012, at 2:05 PM, Ben Schmidt wrote:
>> Only the runtime files shipped with Vim are stored in
>> /Applications/MacVim.app/Contents/Resources/vim/runtime. (The runtime
>> files for the Mac OS X version of Vim are in /usr/share/vim/vim73 or
>> In both cases, the user's runtime files go in ~/.vim.
>> The user's vimrc belongs at ~/.vimrc and system ones vary in location.
>> Issuing :version inside Vim can give you more information. :echo $VIM
>> and :echo $VIMRUNTIME and :echo $HOME can help you understand the
>> output, too.
> Thanks, Ben. That's where I have things. Was under the impression that vim itself was in ~/.vim. I'm clear now.
>> P.S. Probably best not to cross-post. I'm replying only on vim_mac, since this is a fairly Mac-specific question.
> I've been admonished about this before, and mostly avoid it. I just reposted a vim_mac post to vim_use. It's pretty Mac-specific, but vim_mac seems not to be very active at the moment, and I thought I might get a quicker response here.
Mmm. I think that's why I didn't see all the previous answers, too! They
were filed differently because of the cross-posting.
Anyway, never mind; no harm done. Glad you've got an answer.
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