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vim-nerdtree-tabs don't work #202

JoveYu opened this Issue Nov 8, 2012 · 9 comments


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JoveYu commented Nov 8, 2012

in my vim vim-nerdtree-tabs don't work now ,it is a reay nice plugin


johntyree commented Nov 19, 2012

You really need to add some more info about what's going on if you want some help with this. "It doesn't work" could mean anything.


JoveYu commented Nov 26, 2012

when i use spf13 edit python file in archlinux64 ,vim will automatically exit sometimes ,i don't know why?

and when i open a file in vim-nerdtree-tabs ,why it always autoclose?i remember it will always open as a window!


johntyree commented Nov 26, 2012

Do you mean vim crashes? Or does it exit cleanly as if you had used :q ?

Is this ONLY with spf13? Try vim -u /dev/null somefile.py and compare?

Next try disabling the python group in .vimrc.bundles, maybe?

Do these things work normally when you install them yourself and not using spf13?


JoveYu commented Nov 27, 2012

yes it is ,but i use other colorscheme like desert it work well,i don't if it is colorscheme probrem!


JoveYu commented Nov 29, 2012

oh no ,today i use desert colorscheme ,it also break down,i don't why and what i should do !


JoveYu commented Nov 29, 2012

i use

vim -V9vimlog

it show

CSApprox: Exiting - high fg color found for gitcommitBranch


johntyree commented Nov 29, 2012

CSApprox is for adapting gvim color schemes to work in a terminal.

I don't know why that would be a problem, but maybe your terminal is upset about strange color values?

What terminal are you using? What is the value of echo $TERM?


JoveYu commented Nov 29, 2012

it is xterm


JoveYu commented Nov 29, 2012

when i use "colorscheme desert" ,it show

CSApprox: Exiting - high fg color found for EasyMotionTargetDefault

so i commented "Bundle 'Lokaltog/vim-easymotion'" ,and show no error and CSApprox work well

@JoveYu JoveYu closed this Dec 3, 2012

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