YNT: [Vim-vms] .vimrc
ingi at telia.com
Mon Jun 27 21:06:56 CEST 2005
Check the Record Format of your SYS$LOGIN:.vimrc
It should be something similar to mine, atleast it should have the
Check the 'Record format' and the 'Record attributes'.
Delete any previous occurrences of the 'SYS$LOGIN:.vimrc;*' files and
create a new one with VIM.
Make sure you have the 'unix' file-format. Press <ESC> and push the ':'
key which then
gives you a prompt and there you write the folloing
Enter append mode 'a', write your favorite attributes into the file i.e.
and save your new SYS$LOGIN:.vimrc
[home]> dir sys$login:.vimrc /full
.VIMRC;5 File ID: (...)
Size: 1/35 Owner: [...]
Created: 22-MAR-2005 16:37:25.80
Revised: 22-MAR-2005 16:37:25.81 (2)
Expires: <None specified>
Backup: <No backup recorded>
Effective: <None specified>
Recording: <None specified>
File organization: Sequential
Shelved state: Online
Caching attribute: Writethrough
File attributes: Allocation: 35, Extend: 0, Global buffer count: 0,
No version limit
Record format: Stream_LF, maximum 0 bytes, longest 32767 bytes
Record attributes: Carriage return carriage control
RMS attributes: None
Journaling enabled: None
File protection: System:RWD, Owner:RWD, Group:R, World:R
Access Cntrl List: None
Client attributes: None
Total of 1 file, 1/35 blocks.
Mine contains the following:
let Tlist_Ctags_Cmd = "mc vim:ctags.exe"
map <S-Left> :bn<CR>
map <S-Right> :bp<CR>
Hope it helps. If it doesn't reply with info containing the exact
file-record format and file attributes.
vim-vms-request at polarhome.com wrote:
> Today's Topics:
> 1. Re: YNT: [Vim-vms] .vimrc (Volker Englisch)
> Message: 1
> Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2005 08:53:29 +0200
> From: Volker Englisch <EH41 at alpha.polarhome.com>
> Subject: Re: YNT: [Vim-vms] .vimrc
> To: vim-vms at polarhome.com
> Message-ID: <Pine.VMS.3.91-2
> (vms).1050627075655.42317A-100000 at alpha.polarhome.com>
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> below one can see the mail how it appears on VMS :-)
> Well, I created the .vimrc file several times from scratch, once from
> within vim, once by means of EDT, once by CREATE, once I sent it per
> E-Mail, another one I uploaded via FTP. I know that's very strange,
> and I don't know if there is any hex editor on polarhome to look on
> the structure of the file itself.
> How should the :set command look like? I tried :set unix, but it doesn't
> On 25 Jun 2005 vim-vms at polarhome.com wrote:
>>This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
>>there have not been any changes =FDn that area...
>>Can =FDt be that you ftp-d over from W=FDndows the rc f=FDle.
>>Please try to convert the f=FDle to un=FDx f=FDle format w=FDth :set =
>>Kimden: vim-vms-bounces at polarhome.com bu ki=FEinin yerine: Volker =
>>G=F6nderilmi=FE: Per 23.06.2005 15:33
>>Kime: vim-vms at polarhome.com
>>Konu: [Vim-vms] .vimrc
>>instead of typing the three parameters I need in every vim session each
>>time, I created SYS$LOGIN.vimrc file that looks like this:
>>When starting VIM, it complains:
>>Error detected while processing sys$login:.vimrc:
>>E518: Unknown option: autoindentset
>>What's going wrong here? Seems as if EOL is not recognized?
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