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84613Re: not posible to change the colour-scheme in VIM for mac

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  • MacVlad
    Nov 3, 2007
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      Thanks, Tony, it works now!
      Following your advice I've made also a folder named "plugin" in ".vim"
      to store the 3 plugins that I use frequently (visincr, bufexplorer and
      showmarks).

      Regards,
      Vlad

      On 2 Nov., 04:48, Tony Mechelynck <antoine.mechely...@...>
      wrote:
      > MacVlad wrote:
      > > I use also a scheme (vladdark.vim, see below:) I addapt from darkblue.
      > > This works very well ... but seems to work only on a PC :-(((
      >
      > > If I try to use this color scheme on my mac (with :color vladdark) I
      > > get a lot of errors:
      >
      > > ---
      > > Error detected while processing /Applications/vim70/Vim.app/Contents/
      > > Resources/vim/runtime/colors/vladdark.vim:
      > > line 20:
      > > E492: Not an editor command: ^M
      > > line 24:
      > > E492: Not an editor command: ^M
      > > line 25:
      > > E474: Invalid argument: bg=dark^M
      > > line 26:
      > > E411: highlight group not found: clear^M
      > > line 27:
      > > E15: Invalid expression: exists("syntax on")^M
      > > line 86:
      > > E171: Missing :endif
      > > ---
      >
      > > Do you have any ideas?
      > > Thanks in advance!
      >
      > > Regards,
      > > Vlad
      >
      > These errors mean that your script has dos-like ends-of-lines in some lines,
      > and that it's being run on a program version which doesn't recognise them.
      >
      > Try the following:
      >
      > 1. Move the script to $HOME/.vim/colors (creating that directory if it doesn't
      > exist), because in $VIMRUNTIME/colors it will be lost once you upgrate to Vim
      > 7.1 (which I recommend doing).
      >
      > 2. Open it for editing with
      >
      > :e ++ff=dos ~/.vim/colors/vladdark.vim
      >
      > There should be no ^M at the end of the lines.
      >
      > 3. Correct the error at line 27, which uses an invalid construct:
      >
      > :27s/exists("syntax on")/has("syntax")
      >
      > 4. Save it with
      >
      > :setlocal ff=unix
      > :wq
      >
      > From then on, this new version should work with any version of Vim. If it
      > still gives errors, they should be genuine: e.g. if the error at line 87 still
      > appears, check that your ifs and endifs are correctly balanced.
      >
      > Best regards,
      > Tony.
      > --
      > hundred-and-one symptoms of being an internet addict:
      > 106. When told to "go to your room" you inform your parents that you
      > can't...because you were kicked out and banned.


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