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We recently, June 2016, started to migrate the MacVim backend (VimR-MacVim) to a NeoVim backend (VimR-NeoVim). The old wiki can be found in VimR MacVim.
Don't forget to
set termguicolors: Otherwise
vim-airlinewill look strange. However, there's still a small rendering issue: GH-269
set title: This will set the title of the window correctly.
You may want to check the
gui_vimr flag to apply these settings only to VimR:
if has("gui_vimr") " VimR specific settings like " color xyz endif
- Pinch to zoom in or out.
- Two-finger scrolling.
- Ligatures are turned off by default. You can turn it on in the Appearance Preferences:
$PATH in VimR
NSProcessInfo, then use the shell to launch the NeoVim binary in the background. More description TBD.
Command Line Tool
VimR comes with a command line tool
$ vimr file1 file2 ... # opens file1, file2, ... in tabs in the front most window. $ vimr -n file1 file2 ... # opens file1, file2, ... in tabs in a new window. $ vimr -s file1 file2 ... # opens file1, file2, ... in separate new windows $ vimr --cwd /some/path # set the working directory to /some/path $ vimr -h # show help usage: vimr [-h] [--dry-run] [--cwd CWD] [-n | -s] [file [file ...]] Open files in VimR: By default all files are open in tabs in the front most window or in a new window if there is none. The working directory will be set to the current directory. positional arguments: file optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --dry-run Just print the 'open' command. --cwd CWD Set the working directory. -n Open files in tabs in a new window. -s Open files in separate windows.
It can be installed via Preferences ➝ General ➝ "Copy 'vimr' CLI tool..." button:
If you want to be notified for snapshot builds, you can turn on Snapshot Update Channel in the Advanced preferences pane: