Allright, thanks a lot for that. After installing in ~/.vim/ and
changing my .vimrc everything works perfectly well. They should
replace this to vim.org.
Am 04.09.2007 um 14:04 schrieb Nico Weber:
> Strange. Do you have a `java` in your path? I.e. if you type `java`
> in terminal, do you get something else than "command not found"?
> I just installed javacomplete to see if it works for me, it does.
> Here's what I did:
> 1. Download zip, extract it to Desktop
> 2. Terminal: mkdir -p ~/.vim/autoload
> 3. mv ~/Desktop/javacomplete/* ~/.vim/autoload
> 4. cd ~/.vim
> 5. mkdir doc
> 6. mv autoload/javacomplete.txt doc
> After that, ~/.vim/autoload contained the files Reflection.java,
> java_parser.vim and javacomplete.vim and ~/.vim/doc containted
> Now I fired up vim (I tested both Carbon vim and MacVim) and executed
> `:helptags ~/.vim/doc` (see `:he add-local-help` for more
> information), opened a java file and typed in manually `:set
> omnifunc=javacomplete#Complete`. After that, when I first used C-x C-
> o, the java file was compiled into a class file, and then it Just
> Worked (it completed System.out.pr successfully. Package name
> completion didn't work for me).
> Then I added
> if has("autocmd")
> autocmd Filetype java setlocal omnifunc=javacomplete#Complete
> to my ~/_vimrc , and from then on omnicompletion worked without
> ps: Always put local modifications in your ~/.vim directory, then
> these settings are used by all vim instances you start. (`:he rtp`
> gives a very terse overview).
>> 1. Unzip javacomplete.zip to an autoload directory, e.g. $VIM/
>> Move javacomplete.txt to help directory, e.g. $VIM/vimfiles/doc.
> As said, these are bad suggestions.
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