#vim - Fri 20 Apr 2007 between 16:49 and 03:06

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snoyesunknown option: VCSCommandSCNExec=
Chap00lin"./vim --version" says "7.0" . . . . HOWEVER, "./vim testfile" says "6.3" when i do ":ver"
digitsChap00lin: then i don't have a clue, perhaps it has something to do with the scripts?
Chap00linwhich scripts?
digitsChap00lin: there's a bunch loaded by default
Chap00lin: try vim --noplugin
Chap00linis it permitted/possible/recommended to have 2 versions in separate directories?
digitsChap00lin: i've never tried ;(
ipkisssure, there is no problem with it
snoyesWhat does <Leader> mean in mappings?
tpopesnoyes: it's a variable, not an option, so let, not set
ipkisssnoyes: :h leader
snoyesAh, so if there's a mapping like <Leader>cu, I can just type \cu ?
vmxhi. i've css in a html file. if i press enter at the end of a css statement (e.g. div {) it moves it to the front of the line, no matter how deep it was idented. but i want to keep the indention. what option do i need to set?
snoyesOk, using let worked to set the VCSCommandSVNExec (at least, no errors). Still get the No suitable plugin though.
tpopeymx, that works fine for me
maybe you should pastie.caboo.se a minimal test file that has the problem
mineraleIs there a way to let vim know that the file it's about to be opened is a HTML file ?
something like vim -syntax HTML somefile.cfm
tpopesnoyes, it sounds to me like it doesn't recognize your app is subversion
+'setf html'
cfm? coldfusion?
there's a filetype for that
snoyes: there's a .svn directory, right?
snoyesyes
vmxtpope, i just tried remove my gvimrc, and don't have the problem, so it might be something i've enable accidently
tpopevmx: it's probably something like smartindent
mineraletpope: is there a way to do that before opening the file ?
tpopethe lamest option name ever
snoyestortoisesvn is a client integrated with windows shell. Perhaps I need to get the svn client that comes with the full svn installation.
tpopenot really minerale
snoyes: that might help. that's what I've always used
Chap00linfound the problem: i'm using " !vim --version" to check the version from within the running instance, which does not guarantee to launch the path to the currently running version. :p
mindwarphi all; my question: how can i "fix" my delete key in vim? i'm using vim on a netbsd shell, i'm connecting with linux, and at the moment when i'm in insert mode in vim and hit DEL, instead of deleting the character under the cursor it changes the case of the letter to the left of the cursor (e.g. from lower to upper case) and bails out of insert mode.
has anyone encountered this before?
thanks
deryniIt's actually leaving insert mode and then changing the case, but that's not important. You can try :fixdel that might help.
\amethyst:fixdel won't work there, but :h fixdel tells you what to do
: set t_kD=^V<Delete>
mindwarpi did try fixdel (which i found on some website)

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