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  • Debugging matchit plugin in vim (under Cygwin)

    - by system PAUSE
    The "matchit" plugin for vim is supposed to allow you to use the % key to jump between matching start/end tags when editing HTML, as well as /* and */ comment delimiters when editing other kinds of code. I've followed the exact instructions in ":help matchit", but % still doesn't work for me. It seems silly to ask "Why doesn't this work?" so instead I'm asking How can I diagnose the problem? Pointers to references are welcome, but specific vim-plugin-debugging techniques are preferred. Here is the ~/.vim directory: $ ls -ltaGR ~/.vim /cygdrive/y/.vim: total 0 drwxr-xr-x 1 spause 0 Sep 17 13:20 .. drwxr-xr-x 1 spause 0 Sep 16 13:59 doc drwxr-xr-x 1 spause 0 Sep 16 13:58 . drwxr-xr-x 1 spause 0 Sep 16 13:58 plugin /cygdrive/y/.vim/doc: total 24 -rw-r--r-- 1 spause 1961 Sep 16 13:59 tags drwxr-xr-x 1 spause 0 Sep 16 13:59 . -rw-r--r-- 1 spause 19303 Sep 16 13:58 matchit.txt drwxr-xr-x 1 spause 0 Sep 16 13:58 .. /cygdrive/y/.vim/plugin: total 32 drwxr-xr-x 1 spause 0 Sep 16 13:58 .. -rw-r--r-- 1 spause 30714 Sep 16 13:58 matchit.vim drwxr-xr-x 1 spause 0 Sep 16 13:58 . I am running vim 7.2 under Cygwin (installed Fall 2008). cygcheck shows: 1829k 2008/06/12 C:\cygwin\bin\cygwin1.dll Cygwin DLL version info: DLL version: 1.5.25 DLL epoch: 19 DLL bad signal mask: 19005 DLL old termios: 5 DLL malloc env: 28 API major: 0 API minor: 156 Shared data: 4 DLL identifier: cygwin1 Mount registry: 2 Cygnus registry name: Cygnus Solutions Cygwin registry name: Cygwin Program options name: Program Options Cygwin mount registry name: mounts v2 Cygdrive flags: cygdrive flags Cygdrive prefix: cygdrive prefix Cygdrive default prefix: Build date: Thu Jun 12 19:34:46 CEST 2008 CVS tag: cr-0x5f1 Shared id: cygwin1S4 In vim, :set shows: --- Options --- autoindent fileformat=dos shiftwidth=3 background=dark filetype=html syntax=html cedit=^F scroll=24 tabstop=3 expandtab shelltemp textmode viminfo='20,<50,s10,h Notably, the syntax and filetype are both recognized as HTML. (The syntax colouring is just fine.) If additional info is needed, please comment. UPDATE: Per answer by too much php: After trying vim -V1, I had changed my .vimrc to include a line set nocp so the compatible option is not on. :let loadad_matchit loaded_matchit #1 :set runtimepath? runtimepath=~/.vim,/usr/share/vim/vimfiles,/usr/share/vim/vim72,/usr/share/vim/vimfiles/after,~/.vim/after (~ is /cygdrive/y) Per answer by michael: :scriptnames 1: /cygdrive/y/.vimrc 2: /usr/share/vim/vim72/syntax/syntax.vim 3: /usr/share/vim/vim72/syntax/synload.vim 4: /usr/share/vim/vim72/syntax/syncolor.vim 5: /usr/share/vim/vim72/filetype.vim 6: /usr/share/vim/vim72/colors/evening.vim 7: /cygdrive/y/.vim/plugin/matchit.vim 8: /cygdrive/y/.vim/plugin/python_match.vim 9: /usr/share/vim/vim72/plugin/getscriptPlugin.vim 10: /usr/share/vim/vim72/plugin/gzip.vim 11: /usr/share/vim/vim72/plugin/matchparen.vim 12: /usr/share/vim/vim72/plugin/netrwPlugin.vim 13: /usr/share/vim/vim72/plugin/rrhelper.vim 14: /usr/share/vim/vim72/plugin/spellfile.vim 15: /usr/share/vim/vim72/plugin/tarPlugin.vim 16: /usr/share/vim/vim72/plugin/tohtml.vim 17: /usr/share/vim/vim72/plugin/vimballPlugin.vim 18: /usr/share/vim/vim72/plugin/zipPlugin.vim 19: /usr/share/vim/vim72/syntax/html.vim 20: /usr/share/vim/vim72/syntax/javascript.vim 21: /usr/share/vim/vim72/syntax/vb.vim 22: /usr/share/vim/vim72/syntax/css.vim Note that matchit.vim, html.vim, tohtml.vim, css.vim, and javascript.vim are all present. :echo b:match_words E121: Undefined variable: b:match_words E15: Invalid expression: b:match_words Hm, this looks highly relevant. I'm now looking through :help matchit-debug to find out how to fix b:match_words.

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  • Cygwin vim doesn't load files in runtimepath

    - by durron597
    I created a custom syntax file, and but none of the files in $VIMRUNTIME seem to load. I followed these pieces of the documentation: http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/filetype.html#new-filetype http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/syntax.html#mysyntaxfile When I do :echo &runtimepath I get: /home/durron597/.vim,/usr/share/vim/vimfiles,/usr/share/vim/vim73,/usr/share/vim/vimfiles/after,/home/durron597/.vim/after However, if I open a file with vim -D, here's the listed files as I type f: /etc/vimrc /home/durron597/.vimrc /usr/share/vim/vim73/plugin/getscriptPlugin.vim /usr/share/vim/vim73/plugin/gzip.vim /usr/share/vim/vim73/plugin/matchparen.vim /usr/share/vim/vim73/plugin/netrwPlugin.vim /usr/share/vim/vim73/plugin/rrhelper.vim /usr/share/vim/vim73/plugin/spellfile.vim /usr/share/vim/vim73/plugin/tarPlugin.vim /usr/share/vim/vim73/plugin/tohtml.vim /usr/share/vim/vim73/plugin/vimballPlugin.vim /usr/share/vim/vim73/plugin/zipPlugin.vim Here's the output of ls -lR [email protected] ~/.vim $ ls -lR .: total 0 drwxr-xr-x+ 1 durron597 None 0 Jun 3 11:06 ftdetect drwxr-xr-x+ 1 durron597 None 0 Jun 3 11:06 syntax ./ftdetect: total 1.0K -rw-r--r-- 1 durron597 None 45 Jun 3 11:06 mytype.vim ./syntax: total 4.0K -rw-r--r-- 1 durron597 None 740 Jun 3 11:06 mytype.vim The exact exact paths are: /home/durron597/.vim/ftdetect/mytype.vim /home/durron597/.vim/syntax/mytype.vim Note: the problem is that these files don't seem to be loaded at all, not that these files have internal mistakes Output of :filetype filetype detection:ON plugin:ON indent:OFF Edit 3: No, really, the files are in the right place: $ find /home -name '*.vim' /home/durron597/.vim /home/durron597/.vim/ftdetect/fix.vim /home/durron597/.vim/syntax/fix.vim

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  • Why isn't the scripts in my autoload folder being executed in Vim?

    - by Codemonkey
    I'm trying to use Pathogen to manage my Vim extensions. My bundle folder looks like this: .../bundle/ +-- vim-pathogen ¦   +-- autoload ¦   +-- pathogen.vim +-- vim-smoothscroll +-- autoload +-- smooth_scroll.vim And my vimrc file includes this: let s:root = fnamemodify(resolve(expand(":p")), ":h") " Initiate pathogen. exec "source " . s:root . "/vimfiles/bundle/vim-pathogen/autoload/pathogen.vim" exec pathogen#infect() My vimrc file is a symlink located in ~ but pointing to a folder inside my Dropbox folder. This appears to work when I start Vim. Pathogen has added vim-smoothscroll to my runtimepath: :set runtimepath? runtimepath=~/Dropbox/Personal/config_sync/vim/vimfiles,~/Dropbox/Personal/config_sync/vim/vimfiles/bundle/vim-p athogen,~/Dropbox/Personal/config_sync/vim/vimfiles/bundle/vim-smoothscroll,~/.vim,~/vim/share/vim/vimfiles,~/vim/ share/vim/vim74,~/vim/share/vim/vimfiles/after,~/.vim/after The problem is that the script smooth_scroll.vim hasn't been loaded: 1: ~/.vimrc 2: ~/Dropbox/Personal/config_sync/vim/vimfiles/bundle/vim-pathogen/autoload/pathogen.vim 3: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/syntax/syntax.vim 4: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/syntax/synload.vim 5: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/syntax/syncolor.vim 6: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/filetype.vim 7: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/menu.vim 8: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/autoload/paste.vim 9: ~/Dropbox/Personal/config_sync/vim/vimfiles/colors/codeschool.vim 10: ~/Dropbox/Personal/config_sync/vim/_vimrc_gui 11: ~/Dropbox/Personal/config_sync/vim/_vimrc_keybinds 12: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/plugin/getscriptPlugin.vim 13: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/plugin/gzip.vim 14: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/plugin/matchparen.vim 15: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/plugin/netrwPlugin.vim 16: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/plugin/rrhelper.vim 17: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/plugin/spellfile.vim 18: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/plugin/tarPlugin.vim 19: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/plugin/tohtml.vim 20: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/plugin/vimballPlugin.vim 21: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/plugin/zipPlugin.vim 22: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/syntax/ruby.vim 23: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/syntax/vim.vim 24: ~/vim/share/vim/vim74/syntax/python.vim Why is that? Loading the script manually works fine.

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  • Vim: Use different ~/.vim/plugin/ directories for different versions of vim?

    - by Stefan Lasiewski
    Like many of you, my custom Vim configuration is stored in my ~/.vimrc, with the plugins, colors, etc. stored under ~/.vim/plugins, ~/.vim/colors, etc. I want to share a single Vim configuration among many servers. Some of these servers run Vim 7, some run the older Vim 6. Most Vim plugins are intended for Vim 7, but older versions still exist for those of us on older systems. See DirDiff for an example. If I am on a system which runs Vim 6, how can I configure Vim to only use Vim 6-compatible plugins? I was thinking about storing older plugins in a subdirectory like ~/.vim/plugins6/ and keep the Vim plugins in ~/.vim/plugins, but then how can I tell Vim6 to ignore ~/.vim/plugins and use ~/.vim/plugins6 instead?

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  • Copying text from Vim to something else without clipboard support of Vim

    - by edem
    I've tried to copy text from Vim window to somewhere but it doesn't work. Decisions which I've found with google didn't help too. For instance, using the registers "* and "+. Command vim version is (Ubuntu 12.04. Vim 7.3): vim --version | grep clipboard -clientserver -clipboard +cmdline_compl +cmdline_hist +cmdline_info +comments -xterm_clipboard -xterm_save Can you help me to solve it? Should I use other vim version or are there any methods to copy text from Vim to something else?

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  • Vim: How to Install Airline?

    - by MunkyCheez
    I'm just getting started with Vim. It's a fun experience, but I've found it to be kind of overwhelming. I'm trying to get this plugin installed, vim-airline, but I'm having a lot of trouble. The Installation section on the Github page simply states: copy all of the files into your ~/.vim directory Presumably, this means download the .zip, extract it, and copy all of those files into ~/.vim/. I did this, but Vim just starts up like normal, and running :help airline just gives: Sorry, no help for airline I assume that this means it isn't getting installed. Also, the statusbar remains the same. I'm new to Vim and would really like to get this working. Thanks in advance! EDIT: I also tried putting the files into /usr/share/vim/vim73/. No dice. EDIT 2: I ran :helptags ~/.vim/doc and now the help-page displays when I type :help airline, but I'm still not getting the plugin itself (the status bar). Vim looks the same, but it can now display the help page.

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  • installing plugins in vim

    - by Ying
    I had a real difficulty installing vim plugins on mac. I know for a plugin to be installed it has to be seen by runtimepath. According to vim docs, this is Macintosh: "$VIM:vimfiles, $VIMRUNTIME, $VIM:vimfiles:after" First off, what does $VIM:vimfiles mean?? It is certainly not $VIM/vimfiles, as (~/.vim/vimfiles) does not work. So my options are 1) put my plugin in /usr/share/vim/vim73 (my $VIMRUNTIME, which i know to be BAD) 2) find a way to make vim look at my home directory when including plugins. I have putting my plugin in: ~/.vim/plugin.vim ~/.vim/vimfiles/plugin.vim ~/.vim/plugin/plugin.vim All to no avail. Can somebody help me out here? Thanks!

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  • How to setup VIM for php development?

    - by Ashwin kumar
    I have been trying a lot (but not smartly) to figure out setting up VIM, ctags, omnicomple for PHP development. On Googling I found this file. But have no clue how to use it. What have I done until now? Here it is: I am on Fedora 17 64-bit OS Logged in as root Found my VIM version to be VIM - Vi IMproved 7.3 (2010 Aug 15, compiled May 8 2012 15:05:51) Followed the install details as here http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=3171 install details Place in $HOME/.vim/autoload/phpcomplete.vim and enable the php ftplugin What else I am missing? How do I start using omnicomplete. (this is the first time I am using omnicomplete) Why didn't I try IDE's? I have a single core machine running LAMP stack. Didn't wanted to slow down everything and hence sticking to command line environment.

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  • Vim - dynamic list of open buffers in a window

    - by asfallows
    I've investigated a few ways to maintain a list of open buffers in Vim, and some of them are very good, but none of them seem to behave the way I'd like. It's very possible that nothing like what I want exists, and it can't hurt to ask. I've been using NERDTree in GVim, and I like the idea of putting the information in a slender left-hand window. I've put together a handy diagram for how I'd like my environment to look: |--------|---------------------------------------| | | | | | | |NERDTree| Windows | | | | | | | | | | |--------| | | | | | | | | List | | | of | | | Open | | | Buffers| | | | | | | | |--------|---------------------------------------| So my question is: Is there a vim-native or plugin-enabled way to maintain a list of currently open buffers and select/edit/close from that list, inside a window similar to NERDTree? I understand that this approach may be incongruous with the Vim way of doing things, and if you feel like I'm missing something about how to manage multiple files in a Vim session, please leave a comment with suggestions!

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  • Install vim offline

    - by rosemary
    I have Ubuntu 12.04.02 desktop in my college Lab of around 15 pcs with no internet connection. I used to install packages : sudo apt-get install vim It was just fine. But, now I want to install vim locally(i.e.,using a pendrive or CD drive). Where and how can I accomplish this,as I am new to it. Through googling, I could get some sites offering packages, but I have merely any idea on how to carry on: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/precise/+source/vim http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/package/core/precise/main/base/vim http://pkgs.org/ubuntu-12.04/ubuntu-main-i386/vim-gnome_7.3.429-2ubuntu2_i386.deb.html What should I exactly download and where to store it in my ubuntu machine and run commands to properly install vim offline? Any word of advice is appreciated!

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  • Vim conceal feature is applied to active line

    - by akxlr
    I am using MacVim with the vim-latex plugin. There is a conceal feature turned on by default that converts LaTeX symbols to unicode in vim itself so the source is easier to read. I think this is supposed to turn off on the active line (under the cursor) but this isn't happening, meaning I can't edit the code in parts. Is there a way to make the conceal feature only apply for inactive lines? Otherwise, how do I turn it off?

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  • VIM: Close file without quiting VIM application?

    - by David.Chu.ca
    I am new to VIM. I use e and w commands to edit and to write a file. It is very convenient. I am not sure if there is "close" command to close the current file without leaving VIM? I know that q command can be used to close a file. But if it is the last file, the VIM is closed as well(actually on Mac the MacVIM does quit. Only the VIM window is closed and I could use Control-N to open a blank VIM again). I would like the VIM to stay with a blank screen.

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  • Vim - How Recognize Spaces as Tabs (set listchars=tab)

    - by Eduardo Lucio
    I wonder if it is possible to use a configuration for that command "set listchars=tab:¦¦,trail:·" to "see" 4 spaces as tabs and get the effect of the picture below (using real tabs)... I use the setting "set expandtab" to Vim use spaces in place of tabs. I really need to use spaces instead of tabs, but I would keep the functionality above. There is some form of do this? Here's how Vim behaves when I use "set expandtab"... ... I wish he recognized one tab for every 4 spaces like above! My setup for tabs... set tabstop=2 set shiftwidth=2 set softtabstop=2 set expandtab Thank you!

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  • How to compile Vim with GUI?

    - by forellana
    Hi Everyone! I want to learn how to compile vim from the sources, because there are some additions that I want to add, and learn how to deal with this situations, but until now I didn't have success doing it, I can compile vim, but without its GUI I think it's a dependencies problem, but I can't figure out which packages I have to install, what are the dependencies to compile vim with its gui? I found an article about how to compile gvim, but I don't have the packages for install in my ubuntu 10.10 repositories, I hope to find some help with this Greetings

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  • Cannot install vim

    - by Max Popp
    I am running ubuntu 11.10, as xubuntu, in an amd64 pc, configured as dual boot with win7 . I tried installing vim with this: sudo apt-get install vim I got these error message: "The following packages have unmet dependencies: vim : Depends: vim-common (= 2:7.3.154+hg~74503f6ee649-2ubuntu2) but 2:7.3.154+hg~74503f6ee649-2ubuntu3 is to be installed E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages." I only have a very faint idea of what the problem is, and none whatsoever on how to correct this. Hope you guys can help. Thanks

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  • How to stop Vim from scrolling when splitting vertically

    - by WoLpH
    The problem Somehow on this box every time I split a window (^W v or :vs) the original pane scrolls in such a way that my cursor is exactly scrolloff=5 from the top. I have tried to remove all ~/.vim* and /etc/vim* files but no dice. Even a aptitude purge vim followed by a rm -rf /usr/share/vim/ /etc/vim* didn't change anything. Note: This seems to be specific to a certain Vim version since I do not have this on my other boxes with the same .vimrc. Versions Vim: 7.3 Ubuntu: 11.04

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  • Vim disables ibus IME -- is this a bug?

    - by misha
    I'm using ibus IME to input Japanese text into GVim. I have the following Vim script that I source when GVim starts up: autocmd InsertLeave * :call bug#onInsertLeave() function! bug#onInsertLeave() python << EOT import vim import ibus bus = ibus.Bus() ic = ibus.InputContext(bus, bus.current_input_contxt()) ic.disable() print "bug#onInsertLeave(): exiting" EOT endfunction The line that constructs the InputContext raises the exception: dbus.exception.DBusException: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Failed: no focused input context This happens under the following conditions: I enter insert mode I insert some Japanese text I exit insert mode If I don't enter any Japanese text through the IME, then the exception is not raised. I've also noticed that if I exit insert mode after entering some Japanese text while the IME is still enabled, then IME input is disabled (I can see the icon change in the taskbar). If I exit insert mode without entering any Japanese text, but while the IME is still enabled, then the IME stays enabled (the icon does not change). It seems like GVim is disabling the IME (or the IME is switching off) in some conditions. Could it be related to the exception? My questions are: Is this a bug? If it is, then whose bug is it? Vim, Ibus, or something else? Are there any ways to work around the exception? EDIT My system info: > [email protected]:~/git/iwait2013/lagos$ apt-cache policy ibus ibus: > Installed: 1.4.1-3ubuntu1 Candidate: 1.4.1-3ubuntu1 Version table: > *** 1.4.1-3ubuntu1 0 > 500 http://jp.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ precise/main amd64 Packages > 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status [email protected]:~/git/iwait2013/lagos$ apt-cache policy vim vim: > Installed: 2:7.3.429-2ubuntu2.1 Candidate: 2:7.3.429-2ubuntu2.1 > Version table: *** 2:7.3.429-2ubuntu2.1 0 > 500 http://jp.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ precise-updates/main amd64 Packages > 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status > 2:7.3.429-2ubuntu2 0 > 500 http://jp.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ precise/main amd64 Packages Ubuntu 12.04, Fluxbox

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  • Compiling VIM on OS X Mountain Lion

    - by Lauri L
    Compiling VIM on Mountain Lion does not work for me. I compile VIM with the following sequence: hg clone https://vim.googlecode.com/hg/ vim cd vim ./configure --enable-rubyinterp --with-features=huge -prefix=/usr make I then try to start the compiled binary with src/vim, but it crashes like this: $ src/vim Vim: Caught deadly signal SEGV Vim: Finished. Segmentation fault: 11 What am I missing here?

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  • Beginners Tips To Learn Vim

    - by Nathan Campos
    I'm the type of developer that only uses GUI fully-featured programmer editor, when I'm at Windows I use Notepad++, at my Mac I use TextMate and at Linux I use GEdit, but now I'm starting to develop inside my Linux server, which doesn't have any window manager installed and I saw this as a beautiful time to learn how to use Vim, which I always had problems to understand, I can't even open a file to edit at Vim, so I want to know: Which is the best eBook for a very beginner on this editor to learn how to use it? I really loved Vim after I saw all the awesome things that you can do with it and this is the perfect moment to learn how to use it. PS: It would be a lot better if it has a Kindle or ePub version

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  • VIM with iA Writer type formatting?

    - by Ambidex
    I've been Googling for a while now. I would like to have iA Writer-like (or a bit like StackExchange) formatting in Vim. Since I love the way it formats my texts, but I'm constantly pressing "w" to skip words because my experience with Vim. I would love to be able to have the same smart formatting in Vim. I did found a nice Vim plugin for getting Vim to toggle to big and clean font: https://github.com/honza/writer.vim But this still does not enable me to use the formatting: # Header 1 ## Header 2 *underline* **strong** etc... Besides all this above, I would not mind to have Vim like shortcuts in my iA writer app if it would not be possible to implement iA formatting in Vim. Edit: After a while of even more searching, I found out this type of formatting is called Markdown. I am starting to think there isn't really a good way to directly edit a Markdown file in Vim, because Vim is not able to make things display like that? I would really like to be able to use the movement shortcuts in combination of the nice formatting of Markdown and how it is displayed in iA Writer.

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  • vim coloring for git

    - by kelloti
    I'm on Windows and my vim loads with a terrible colorscheme with vim. The message is blue on black (so I can't see what I'm typing). I need to change the colorscheme, but :colorscheme slate doesn't do anything. :version vim - vi improved 7.3 (2010 aug 15, compiled oct 27 2010 17:51:38) ms-windows 32-bit console version included patches: 1-46 compiled by [email protected] big version without gui. features included (+) or not (-): +arabic +autocmd -balloon_eval -browse ++builtin_terms +byte_offset +cindent +clientserver +clipboard +cmdline_compl +cmdline_hist +cmdline_info +comments +conceal +cryptv +cscope +cursorbind +cursorshape +dialog_con +diff +digraphs -dnd -ebcdic +emacs_tags +eval +ex_extra +extra_search +farsi +file_in_path +find_in_path +float +folding -footer +gettext/dyn -hangul_input +iconv/dyn +insert_expand +jumplist +keymap +langmap +libcall +linebreak +lispindent +listcmds +localmap -lua +menu +mksession +modify_fname +mouse -mouseshape +multi_byte +multi_lang -mzscheme -netbeans_intg -osfiletype +path_extra -perl +persistent_undo -postscript +printer -profile -python -python3 +quickfix +reltime +rightleft -ruby +scrollbind +signs +smartindent -sniff +startuptime +statusline -sun_workshop +syntax +tag_binary +tag_old_static -tag_any_white -tcl -tgetent -termresponse +textobjects +title -toolbar +user_commands +vertsplit +virtualedit +visual +visualextra +viminfo +vreplace +wildignore +wildmenu +windows +writebackup -xfontset -xim -xterm_save -xpm_w32 system vimrc file: "$vim\vimrc" user vimrc file: "$home\_vimrc" 2nd user vimrc file: "$vim\_vimrc" user exrc file: "$home\_exrc" 2nd user exrc file: "$vim\_exrc" compilation: cl -c /w3 /nologo -i. -iproto -dhave_pathdef -dwin32 -dfeat_cscope -dwinver=0x0400 -d_win32_winnt=0x0400 /fo.\objc/ /ox /gl -dndebug /zl /mt -ddynamic_iconv -ddynamic_gettext -dfeat_big /fd.\objc/ /zi linking: link /release /nologo /subsystem:console /ltcg:status oldnames.lib kernel32.lib advapi32.lib shell32.lib gdi32.lib comdlg32.lib ole32.lib uuid.lib /machine:i386 /nodefaultlib libcmt.lib user32.lib /pdb:vim.pdb -debug My $HOME\_vimrc looks like colorscheme slate syn on set shiftwidth=2 set tabstop=2 and my $VIM\vimrc is the stock vimrc that comes with the Windows Vim distribution. How do I change my console Vim colorscheme? Especially for Git commits.

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  • How to use Massren with Vim?

    - by Remonn
    I want to use massren renamer in vim in order to rename files within the texteditor. First, I used this command within Vim to set Vim as default editor for massren :! c:\tools\massren_renamer\massren.exe --config editor "C:\Progra~2\Vim\vim74\gvim.exe --remote-silent-tab" Then I tried to change a number of text files with this command within Vim: :%! c:\tools\massren_renamer\massren.exe d:\t*.txt but the list of files doesn't open at all in Vim. What did I wrong?

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  • How to hide whitespace indicators in Vim

    - by Exupery
    Vim was showing some whitespace with commas and periods on a red background which I didn't want. After some googling I was able to get rid of the commas and periods by removing list and listchar lines from .vimrc, I was also hoping this would remove the red backgrounds it was putting in these places, but all it did was change that to white (see image). Is it possible to completely remove the whitespace background indicators in Vim? My .vimrc settings can be seen here

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  • Custumizing Syntax Highlighting in Vim

    - by sixtyfootersdude
    Hey I have defined a few custom file types for vim. I have done this like this: In vimrc: au BufWinEnter,BufRead,BufNewFile *.jak set filetype=jak And then in jak.vim syn match arrows /<-/ syn match arrows /->/ syn match arrows /=>/ syn match arrows /<=/ highlight arrows ctermfg=brown ... This works. (Formatting applies to any file opened with vim with file extension .jak) My question is how I can keep all the current formatting for a file type but add functionality. For example I would like to add this functionality for .vim files: syn keyword yellow yellow highlight yellow ctermfg=yellow ... (so that I can see how my terminal interpenetrates different colors before choosing them.) I have created ~/.vim/syntax/vim.vim (file only contains the above) and put this into my vimrc: au BufWinEnter,BufRead,BufNewFile *.vim set filetype=vim This has no effect. The word yellow is not colored yellow. I have also tried putting my vim.vim file into ~/.vim/after/syntax/vim.vim As suggested here This is the approach that I would like to take. Seems clean and easily maintainable.

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