#vim - Tue 13 Mar 2007 between 00:01 and 00:44

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kamabokosome people here suggested af, inkspot, ps_color
i just use murphy
Xenguypeachpuff! ;-)
axolxkamaboko: thanks im checking out those you mentioned
kamabokonp
Xenguyaxolx: but I was serious about peachpuff :-)
axolxXenguy: it's too bright for me
Xenguyaxolx: it's alright - no one likes it except for me :P
axolxha
Xenguyseriously, I have not met one other person who likes it at all
there's no accounting for taste
jamessanguess I can chime in. I use default, inkpot, and tabula
quartloaxolx, are you sure that you want something really dark, or are you trying to judge based on the maverick site?
axolxquartlo: sorry - i should clarify that - i mean that i prefer darker backgrounds
jamessan: do you do most of your work on terminal or gui vim?
jamessanaxolx: either an 88-color or 256-color terminal
I use inkpot for 88 and gvim, tabula for 256, and default for other setups
axolxjamessan: i like inkpot in my terminal (256colors) but it doesnt look good in the os x gui
quartloaxolx, what 256 color terminal are you using on os x?
axolxquartlo: xterm-256color
quartloi don't know much about x11, does that come standard with osx?
axolxi believe it does
just set your TERM env variable to xterm-256color
af seems to work great on my terminal but for some reason it screws up my status line
i guess the coloring file for af sets your status line format -- weird
vIkSiThi all
i've been trying to get vim on a new machine to do two things which it used to by default on a linux box - a) when i'm editing a file, and quite, the cursor used to remember where it was last left off
quit*
how would i set this in .vimrc?
and secondly, how do i stop vim adding a new line of comments everytime i add on set of "//"s in a C program?
deryni:help last-position-jump for the first thing.
vIkSiTah thanks
deryni:help 'fo and :help fo-table for the second.
(I think.)
vIkSiThmm weird, i just realized that the last-position-jump entry was already in my .vimrc
yet, it doesn't do it. not even after i'd added a duplicate entry
jamessanvIkSiT: does your ~/.viminfo have proper permissions for you to edit it?
if not, Vim won't be able to save the last position
vIkSiTjamessan, actually, its my ~/.vimrc - is that wrong?
jamessanno, that's correct but Vim stores the position in your ~/.viminfo

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