Re: My vim can't load from context menu or with any parameter
- From: Manuel Graune <manuel.graune@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 22 Jul 2006 10:17:21 +0200
There's always the possibility that not your .vimrc but some system-wide
file cause your problems. So you shoud try starting with *empty*
$HOME/.vimrc and $HOME/.gvimrc files to test if your problems still occur.
If all else fails you can narrow down the problem yourself:
Recursively comment out half of your rc-files (and then half of the part
where the problem occured and so on...) until you found the problematic
When you are finished doing that, either you know how to fix the problem
yourself or the regulars of this newsgroup at least know what the exact
Oh, and read
(Only quoted text below this line.)
"leed" <leed2005@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
My system is ubuntu. Gvim works well in it before.
But now I get some very puzzle problems.
I can't load my gvim from context menu. If i load a text file from
gvim can't show GUI. In system moniter, gvim is listed in it. However,
uses 5.8M memeroy and has no change. But I can load gvim form
If I use command "gvim -f 1.txt" in terminal, gvim can load normally.
content of 1.txt will be cleared. Even use command "gvim 1.txt", the
1.txt will also be cleared. 1.txt can only be opened normally with the
"gvim -u NONE -U NONE 1.txt".
So I think my .vimrc cause these problems. I post my .vimrc at the end.
can dialog it, and give me some advice.
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