Re: Re: This script crash with Vim70
- I do not have time today to look into this myself. With vim 7.0,
you can add
:set verbose=20 verbosefile=~/vimlog.txt
to the top of your vimrc file. Then, after vim crashes, you should be
able to look at vimlog.txt and figure out what was going on when it
I do not think I mentioned any patches.
HTH --Benji Fisher
On Mon, Aug 28, 2006 at 09:26:27PM +0100, jose neta wrote:
> Thank you Benji Fisher!
> After install c.vim script when I double click the Icon on my
> /Applications/Vim.app the vim quit without starting at all with is
> screen in white.
> I have the last version of that script as you can see by the last
> link I posted.
> I suposse i have to download the patch you said but I don´t know how
> to install it?
> I'm sorry about my last sentence about c.vim in my last post.
> I really love it and must have it.
> Thank you.
> 2006/8/28, Benji Fisher <benji@...>:
> >On Thu, Aug 24, 2006 at 05:38:12PM +0100, jose neta wrote:
> >> Hello all!
> >> Finally I solved all my problems with Vim.
> >> I decided to uninstall it and then install it again.
> >> In the installation package we can found two another two packages
> >> Vim and gvim. I preffer to use the Vim because it´s faster than gvim.
> >> After that work and because my needs I started to upgrade Vim with
> >> Perl-support and Bash-support scripts. At this moment no problem but
> >> when I decided to install the c.vim script Vim started to crash.
> >> I suppose that script (
> >> http://www.vim.org/scripts/download_script.php?src_id=6029 ) is a bad
> >> script.
> > Can you figure out more precisely what makes it crash?
> >> The problem that I had with fonts are also solved and I just use
> >> Latin encoding the default of Vim.
> >> I still have a problem to solve. I must have C and C++ support. And
> >> I need a good script and I'll need a good script to edit LaTeX also.
> >> Please tell me a good one for LaTeX and C.
> > Most people seem to use the LaTeX suite for vim:
> >I am not sure whether there are any problems on OS X.
> >> When I need to open Vim from terminal and not vim or gvim I have to
> >> $ open -a /Applications/vim70/Vim.app/ and this command not allow me
> >> to open a new file. It must have to exist to I can edit it. In the
> >> other and I have $ vim newfile which works perfectly.
> >> Have it a way of opening Vim from Terminal with less typing?
> > The distributions from macvim.org include a shell script; you can
> >get just the script at http://macvim.org/OSX/files/gvim . Make a link
> >or copy of this file to somewhere in your path: for example,
> >$ ln gvim ~/bin/vim
> >$ sudo ln gvim /usr/local/bin/vim
> >and then you should be able to run vim in a shell with
> >$ vim foo.txt
> >whether or not the file foo.txt already exists.
> >HTH --Benji Fisher