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Re: The future of Vim on the Mac

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  • björn
    ... I added a check for the variable macvim_skip_cmd_opt_movement in $VIM/gvimrc (r303). Set this var and no key mappings will be done (only menu key
    Message 1 of 25 , Oct 8, 2007
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      > > > It seems that $VIM/gvimrc does override my mappings. I've added some
      > > > stuff in a ~/.vim/plugin/ file to map e.g. Alt-+movements (to switch
      > > > vim windows quickly). But these are overridden by the mappings in
      > > > MacVim:s gvimrc (until I e.g. manually source my stuff).
      > >
      > > Sorry about that...I forgot that I do some mappings in $VIM/gvimrc.
      > > Namely <D-Arrow key> and <M-Arrow key> (everything else is done via
      > > :menukeyequiv). The <M-Arrow key> mappings should be possible to
      > > disable at the very least.
      >
      > No problem; compared to the usefulness of MacVim that can't really
      > count. ;) Still, it may be useful to have some part of the system
      > gvimrc as optional, as you're already discussing.

      I added a check for the variable "macvim_skip_cmd_opt_movement" in
      $VIM/gvimrc (r303). Set this var and no key mappings will be done
      (only menu key equivalents). In the future I will try to make all of
      this a bit simpler to control, but for now this will have to do.


      /Björn

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