Derek Ashley Thomas wrote:
> I haven't tested this, but you want to try installing the vimball
> using the terminal version of vim (just to make sure). If I'm not
> mistaken they should both install a Vimball to your .vim directory
> making drawIT accessible from MacVim (if its compatible). If that
> doesn't work, there may be something wrong with the vba file such as
> some incompatibility or bug that needs to fixed in the vba file.
> 2013年4月14日日曜日 netkid12@... <mailto:netkid12@...>:
> Hi, I am new to Mac & to VIM/MACVIM. I follow instructions on
> drawit.vba to run it with macvim and it says that is not a tarball
> 1. Launch macvim by clickon macvim app
> 2. open drawit.vba in macvim
> 3. type in :so %
> I see in Macvim
> Error detected while processing function vim ball#Vimball:
> (Vimball) The current file does not appear to be a Vimball!
> Can someone give step by step instruction on how to do this. tx
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The test that's being failed:
if getline(1) !~ '^" Vimball Archiver'
echoerr "(Vimball) The current file does not appear to be a Vimball!"
So the first line of the vimball file should start with:
" Vimball Archiver
I think you ought to try getting the DrawIt.vba file again...
. What do you have
for the first line in the file you have?
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