2366Re: Vim on OS X, (no)macatsui problem
- Oct 5, 2007Joseph,
I assume you're working in OS X.
You should put MacVim.app in /Applications/
You should have an executable file named mvim, not mvim.htm
and click on the mvim link. That should download mvim, not mvim.htm
Typically, you would move this mvim file to your ~/bin directory or
to some other directory on
To check your path, from a command line terminal, enter
Once you have installed MacVim.app and mvim in the proper places.
Enter (again from a terminal)
Then your system should be able to find mvim. Make sure by entering
It should respond ~/bin/mvim (if you put mvim in ~/bin)
and you should be able to launch MacVim from the command line by just
On 5 Oct 2007, at 10:21, Joseph Retzer wrote:
> The MacVim looks great but as a newbie I'm not sure how to get it
> to work from the command window. I have the mvim.htm file but not
> sure where to save it or what to name it to etc. Any advice would
> be much appreciated.
> Nico Weber <nicolasweber@...> wrote:
> > One way that _might_ work is to get MacVim ( http://code.google.com/
> > p/macvim/ ), set its MMCellWidthMultiplier user default to
> > something a bit larger than 1 (do `defaults write org.vim.MacVim
> > MMCellWidthMultiplier 1.3`, see http://code.google.com/p/macvim/
> > wiki/UserDefaults for more information) and use that. This widens
> > up all glyphs, but perhaps it's good enough.
> Doing `:set ambiwidth=double` might help as well.
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