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I put it in my ftplugins folder, then in vim I do run filetype indent plugin on, the `source ~/.vim/ftplugins/html/sparkup.vim.
filetype indent plugin on
Now, in an html file, when I press it acts all funy in insert mode. The cursor jumps to the beginning of the line then back real quickly to the beginning of the shortcut text. I see call :call 78_Sparkup() for a brief moment in my command line. The end result is absolutely nothing; no changes to the buffer.
Am I doing something wrong? I'm using Python 2.7.
Sorry, I'm not sure how to proceed from here. If anyone else can help, please leave a comment.
I had similar issues and fixed it simply by making the python file forced to python 2.7.
@trusktr Have you tried @robclancy's fix? Check the top of the .py file. It should have something like #! /usr/bin/env python. You need to change that to #! /usr/bin/env python2.7 to ensure that sparkup is running with the correct Python version.
#! /usr/bin/env python
#! /usr/bin/env python2.7
This is all assuming that you also have Python 3.x installed on your machine. Before editing sparkup.py, check to see that this works:
echo "p > a" | ./sparkup.py
If that outputs the correct HTML for you, then something is wrong with the way vim is handling it. We need more details to fix it.