Re: Directory listing in (g)vim
- googler wrote:
>Well, I'm still advising you to upgrade to the latest netrw. The
> On Jul 29, 9:08 am, Charles Campbell <Charles.E.Campb...@...>
>> googler wrote:
>>> Perhaps you misunderstood my problem. The left window is directory
>>> listing and the right window is an open file. The left window is
>>> active. Now I click somewhere on the _right_ window wishing to make it
>>> the active window. This makes the directory listing disappear on the
>>> left window and a new file opens up in its place. Assuming the line I
>>> clicked on the right window has "abcdefgh wxyz", the name of the file
>>> that just opened up will be "abcdefgh wxyz".
>>> Actually I'm not very sure with the click -- whether it's going as a
>>> single click or a double click on my computer. You can try double
>>> clicking if you want and see if you get the same thing.
>>> I'm using gvim 7.2, although I'm not sure about the netrw version.
>> With that request, I'm now using the following in a file called
>> set nocp
>> filetype plugin indent on
>> run netrwPlugin.vim
>> let g:netrw_browse_split = 4
>> let g:netrw_preview = 1
>> let g:netrw_liststyle = 3
>> and gvim -u simple.vimrc -U NONE .
>> I click on a file, then <ctrl-w>hjjjj (ie. move back to the directory
>> move down a bit, and then leftmouse click on the right window). The right
>> window becomes selected; no change in the directory listing window.
>> Double-clicking doesn't affect this.
>> Again, I did this with netrw v136k. When you get a directory listing,
>> on the
>> second line of the banner at the far right appears (netrw v136k).
>> Chip Campbell
> Hello Dr. Chip, I have some more information on this problem. I do not
> see this problem when I run gvim on windows. The problem I was telling
> about earlier was on Linux. The netrw version in both cases is v132,
> so I don't understand why it appears only in one case and not the
> other. Can you tell me of some variables that I can check to find more
> about this? Thanks.
upgrade to netrw will go into
your local directory, not the system directory. Since netrw comes as a
vimball, removing it
from your local directories is simple, too (:RmVimball netrw).
My testing was done on a Linux box (Centos 5.2). Did you try it with the
gvim -u simple.vimrc -U NONE
command I gave? That'll avoid any issues with interfering settings and
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