... Thanks Björn, that s great - feels like a lot of leads there - I ll go that route. -- -- You received this message from the vim_mac maillist. Do not
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, Aug 20, 2013
> On Tue, Aug 20, 2013 at 8:27 AM, anilg wrote:
> > $ ps -ax | grep vim
> > /Applications/MacVim.app/Contents/MacOS/MacVim -psn_0_426088
> > /Applications/MacVim.app/Contents/MacOS/Vim -g -f +/ -p /path/to/file/example.txt
> I tried to find stable MacVim 7.3 but the website has PHP errors.
> I got snapshot 70 of 7.4 for OS X 10.8 from Github (I have 10.8.3) but it doesn't respect my ~/.vimrc?
> I still have MacVim-7_3-66.tbz but I seem to remember there were problems so I didn't use it.
> I still have MacVim-7_3-53.tbz which is what I've got currently.
> I might try to re-install that again.
On Tuesday, 20 August 2013 17:46:18 UTC+10, björn wrote:
> You should be running snapshot 70 -- if you have problems with .vimrc then start a new thread and ask for help, but it should work. Snap 70 fixes the problem of 53 where using "+" to open Spotlight searches caused a warning message (but the search term will still be highlighted if there is a match).
> By the way, everything indicates that you are running some sort of program (something like a SIMBL plugin perhaps?) that causes Spotlight searches to be included in the "open" event that is sent when you open files from Finder. Normally, this only happens when you open a file by typing in the Spotlight search bar and opening a file (in which case MacVim highlights the search term) -- this should not happen when you double click a file in Finder (and indeed, it does not happen on my machine, for example). Hope that helps you track down the cause.
Thanks Björn, that's great - feels like a lot of leads there - I'll go that route.
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