My personal "Text Triumvirate" configuration as defined in this Dr.Bunsen article.
It consists out of:
.vimrcwith all required Pathogen modules.
.zshrcfor use with oh-my-zsh.
.tmux.conffor use with tmux
The entire setup is primarily meant for use with Mac OS X, but is set up to be generic, so it might benefit others as well.
An install script that generates the required symlinks and binaries is provided for linux based systems. (Which may or may not work in your situation.)
- You have
- You have
- You have
viminstalled and compiled with
- You have both
Exuberant Ctags, as TagBar will not work with GNU ctags. On OSX:
brew install ctags
Installation on any Linux or OSX machine is pretty straightforward:
cd ~ git clone https://github.com/Remz-Jay/vim-config.git cd vim-config ./linux-bootstrap.sh
This installer will also install
oh-my-zsh for you if they
do not already exist.
On OSX you will also need a patched font for powerline to work right. The required patched fonts are conveniently cloned along with this repository. See the font-installation manual for powerline for further instructions.
It might be the case that the
Command-T vim plugin causes a segfault on your system when you use the bootstrap script.
This is due to the fact that it was compiled for a different architecture than your vim.
See the Command-T manual for instructions.
First you have to check the platform Vim was built for: vim --version ... Compilation: gcc ... -arch i386 ... ... and make sure you use the correct ARCHFLAGS during compilation: export ARCHFLAGS="-arch i386" make
It also might be the case that powerline won't work in vim, showing:
An error occured while importing the Powerline package. This could be caused by an invalid sys.path setting, or by an incompatible Python version (Powerline requires Python 2.7 or 3.3+ to work). Please consult the troubleshooting section in the documentation for possible solutions.
In which case you'll have to run:
pip install --user -U git+git://github.com/Lokaltog/powerline
The entire setup is based on Michiel Roos' configuration. You can say thanks at @TuurlijkNiet