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136323Re: ios vim and plugins

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  • Eric Weir
    Feb 21, 2013
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      On Feb 20, 2013, at 4:15 PM, Charles E Campbell wrote:

      > got vim up and running on my iPad, and used a huge vimball to move everything over onto it. I also have a bluetooth keyboard.
      > ....
      > I can create folders with netrw, btw.

      Thanks for the update, Charles. To get the vim app working for me I'm going to have to study up on netrw and vimball. It will take me a while. When I get to the place where I think I can do it, I'm gonna go with a pared down configuration, with just a couple of my favorite plugins instead of trying to replicate the setup on my macbook.

      Today I deleted the vim app and reinstalled it, to give me a clean slate to work with. Subsequently, I encountered something that struck me as weird: When I do an 'R' in netrw, instead of asking me to confirm that I want to rename, it tells me it's "moving" the file. The current path and the target path are identical. Changing the name of the file in the target path gets the file renamed.

      I checked and that's the way it's working in regular vim, as well. I don't recall it working that way in the past. Am I mistaken? [Probably so.]

      Eric Weir
      Decatur, GA USA

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