Re: .vimrc causes delays
- I'm back in action. I erased everything except my .vimrc, color and
syntax file that I built for vectorscript and I reinstalled vim.
Everything seems to be back to normal again. I have no idea what I
may have done to the application but something was messed up.
Thanks for the input guys,
On Sep 28, 2004, at 10:21 AM, David Fortin wrote:
> I'm sorry about that. I actually did delete this and it didn't do
> anything for me. I'm actually in the middle of completely removing
> vim and reinstalling it. Hopefully this will work.
> I'll let you know how it goes.
> On Sep 28, 2004, at 10:16 AM, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
>> David -
>>> That is the problem. I don't want to delete the .vimrc file. This
>>> holds all of my syntax highlighting, and other set calls. Is there
>>> another way to import this information into vim? And why should
>>> just stop working? Is there some sort of caching going on that is
>>> messing with my machine? Something that didn't get deleted when my
>>> system crashed?
>> I mentioned the ~/.viminfo file, not the .vimrc file. The .viminfo
>> contains history of commands, registers, etc. It may get corrupted
>> the system crashes. You can safely delete it, you only lose some old
>> stuff. But I'm not sure this actually is the problem.
>> - Bram
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