Re: Menus, SEGV et. al.
- Weirdofreak wrote:
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> Sorry to reply to my own message, but I realised that ":am File.foo i"It sounds like your Vim was not compiled properly, or your Athena
> would also refresh the menu, and I could then remove the bogus entry.
> This is far from optimal, of course - I have to do it for every
> submenu as well as the main ones - but it works, at least in theory.
> However, upon trying to do this in my gvimrc, the menus still don't
> show. I even tried making a file to do it and starting it with
> -c"source file".
> Turns out, unless the buffer has been modified, even :am won't refresh
> the menus. It'll add the item, but what the menu displays won't
> change. Other experimentation revealed that if I didn't remove
> Buffers.foo in the gvimrc, not only would the menu not refresh, it
> would throw an error and have a 'Dummy' item (goes above refresh menu,
> and the delete item doesn't appear) which just executes the command
> So I really have no idea what's going on, but I figured this might
> clear things up if it doesn't make them any more confusing. Any help
> would still be much appreciated! :-)
(X-windows) library has problems. Try recompiling, possibly with Motif
(Lesstif is free) or GTK.
Q: How many hardware engineers does it take to change a lightbulb?
A: None. We'll fix it in software.
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