Fwd: how to run multiple Vims from Finder
> You might also want to put it in your $PATH so you can type "gvim"
> from the terminal to fire off a new gvim / vim.
> Different question : when I run vim in a terminal with a "big" font,
> it displays with the same font - when I run gvim (note gvim, not vim)
> in its own window, the window size and font size are tiny... I'd like
> to increase them but I don't know how - does anyone know?
> On Wednesday, May 14, 2003, at 12:26 pm, Gregory Seidman wrote:
>> On Wed, May 14, 2003 at 01:10:29PM +0200, Evgenii Rudnyi wrote:
>> } When I am working with several files, I prefer to run several Vim
>> } applications instead of working with Vim's windows.
>> } When I start Vim from the command like, I have it. Each Vim runs as
>> } separate process and I have what I would like to have.
>> } How to reach the same behavior from Finder? Well, as far as I
>> } understand, this is more an Apple-related question, but it may be
>> } someone on this list already solved it.
>> The simplest and easiest way is to create a shell script with the .sh
>> extension that calls vim as you would on the commandline. Make sure
>> it is
>> executable, and you should be able to double-click it.
>> } Best wishes,
>> } Evgenii Rudnyi
On Wed, May 14, 2003 at 12:43:37PM +0100, simon wrote:
} Different question : when I run vim in a terminal with a "big" font,
} it displays with the same font - when I run gvim (note gvim, not vim)
} in its own window, the window size and font size are tiny... I'd like
} to increase them but I don't know how - does anyone know?
This is a FAQ. Indeed, I seem to be responsible for having answered it. See
the third item at http://macvim.swdev.org/OSX/#FAQ