Re: vim file creator problems
On Fri, Jul 13, 2001 at 03:04:57PM +0100, Stewart Smith wrote:
: I've just been lent a powerbook 520
: (68k, MacOS 7.5.1) to use at home to let me try and get some of my
: thesis written and I've spent most of today getting the 5.7.9+ version
: of Mac Vim from Axel Keilhorn's site and setting it up on the laptop.
: Anwyay it all works fine except that all of the help files and any
: files that the 68k version creates are marked so that the computer
: thinks that it was the PPC version that created them. This means I
: have to drop them into the 68k appicon in order to run them as I get
: an error if I try to double click to open them. Has this come up
: before? Are there any fixes that would be easy for a Mac novice?
: Thanks in advance for any help.
Just trash the PPC version. Finder should then use the 68k version, as
that's the only version available.
- Dick Brooks wrote:
>Thanks for the help. That did the trick. Also thanks to Eugene Lee for the
> I think you can cause the finder to "re-associate" files with the 68k vim
> executable by deleting the PPC executable and then "rebuilding the desktop".
> You may wish to refer to AppleCare Tech Info Library article 7828 at: http://til.info.apple.com/techinfo.nsf/artnum/n7828 which explains how to
> do this. Good luck.
> Richard Brooks
other reply. Now I'm just going to have to get used to not having ^a mapped to
Scottish Microelectronics Centre, University of Edinburgh.
On Sat, Jul 14, 2001 at 01:22:31PM +0100, Stewart Smith wrote:
: Thanks for the help. That did the trick. Also thanks to Eugene Lee for the
: other reply. Now I'm just going to have to get used to not having ^a mapped to
Why need fmt when 'gq' does so much more? :-)