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fixing setup-configs.sh

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2  .gitignore
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+backups
+.vim/bundle/*
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90 .vim/bundle/.neobundle/doc/neobundle.txt
@@ -357,14 +357,6 @@ g:neobundle#log_filename *g:neobundle#log_filename*
Defaults to "".
-g:neobundle#enable_tail_path *g:neobundle#enable_tail_path*
- If set to 1, "tail_path" option will be 1 by default.
-
- *g:neobundle_enable_tail_path*
- Note: |g:neobundle_enable_tail_path| is obsolete.
-
- Defaults to 0.
-
*g:neobundle#enable_name_conversion*
g:neobundle#enable_name_conversion
If you set to 1 and omit bundle name,
@@ -389,7 +381,7 @@ g:neobundle#install_max_processes
Note: |g:unite_source_neobundle_install_max_processes| is
obsolete.
- Defaults to "5".
+ Defaults to "4".
g:neobundle#default_options *g:neobundle#default_options*
A dictionary of preconfigured sets of options to use when
@@ -414,13 +406,13 @@ g:neobundle#types#raw#calc_hash_command
g:neobundle#types#git#default_protocol
*g:neobundle#types#git#default_protocol*
The default protocol used for git (github).
- Note: If you need to use a proxy server, you may want to
- change the value to "https".
+ Note: If you need to use neobundle in proxy or firewall, you
+ must use it in "https".
*g:neobundle_default_git_protocol*
Note: |g:neobundle_default_git_protocol| is obsolete.
- Defaults to "git".
+ Defaults to "https".
g:neobundle#types#hg#default_protocol
*g:neobundle#types#hg#default_protocol*
@@ -495,12 +487,6 @@ OPTIONS *neobundle-options*
NeoBundle 'git://github.com/Shougo/unite.vim.git',
\ {'directory' : 'unite'}
<
- *neobundle-options-tail_path*
- tail_path (Number)
- If set to 1, neobundle adds the bundle's path at the end of
- user runtimepath. Use it to prevent neobundle from overwriting
- user scripts.
-
*neobundle-options-base_path*
base (String)
Directory base path to use. If omitted, the path specified
@@ -806,8 +792,7 @@ OPTIONS *neobundle-options*
gui (Number)
If set 1, neobundle will only load the plugin in GUI Vim.
- Example:
->
+ Example: >
NeoBundleLazy 'tyru/restart.vim', '', 'same', {
\ 'gui' : 1,
\ 'autoload' : {
@@ -819,6 +804,20 @@ OPTIONS *neobundle-options*
If set to 1, neobundle will only load the plugin in Terminal
Vim.
+ *neobundle-options-vim_version*
+ vim_version (String)
+ Minimal vim version of the plugin supported.
+ It accepts some version formats such as "7" and "7.3" and
+ "7.3.885".
+
+ Example: >
+ " neocomplete requires vim 7.3.885 or above.
+ NeoBundle 'Shougo/neocomplete', {
+ \ 'depends' : 'Shougo/context_filetype.vim',
+ \ 'vim_version' : '7.3.885'
+ \ }
+<
+
*neobundle-options-hooks*
hooks (Dictionary)
Specify hook functions. The following hook functions are
@@ -1148,6 +1147,7 @@ FAQ *neobundle-faq*
Q: What's the neobundle advantage for Vundle or other plugin management
system?
+
A:
1. improved command name(:Bundle vs :NeoBundle).
2. neobundle works if you set 'shellslash' in your .vimrc.
@@ -1159,6 +1159,7 @@ A:
8. and so on...
Q: I want to manage the rsense Vim plugin using neobundle.
+
A: Use |neocomplcache-rsense|. Installation and settings can be found in the
neocomplcache-rsense docs.
Note: neocomplcache-rsense depends |neocomplcache| plugin.
@@ -1166,19 +1167,22 @@ Note: neocomplcache-rsense depends |neocomplcache| plugin.
https://github.com/Shougo/neocomplcache-rsense
Q: I want to use "https" protocol instead of "git" (over proxy).
+
A: Change |g:neobundle#types#git#default_protocol|.
>
let g:neobundle#types#git#default_protocol = 'https'
<
Q: Vim freezes when a NeoBundle command is run with a typo in the repo name.
+
A: It's a git feature. Git awaits user input when the repo name is
wrong. You can install |vimproc| to keep your Vim from freezing:
https://github.com/Shougo/vimproc
Q: Duplicated error was printed when sourcing .vimrc.
-A: Your .vimrc was wrong. You must reset neobundle setting by |neobundle#rc()| in
-.vimrc.
+
+A: Your .vimrc was wrong. You must reset neobundle setting by |neobundle#rc()|
+in .vimrc.
Note: You must not call |neobundle#rc()| inner "has('vim_starting')".
>
if has('vim_starting')
@@ -1192,6 +1196,7 @@ Note: You must not call |neobundle#rc()| inner "has('vim_starting')".
<
Q: I want to compile vimproc automatically.
+
A:
>
NeoBundle 'Shougo/vimproc', {
@@ -1204,8 +1209,8 @@ A:
\ }
<
Q: What's the "outdated" plugin?
-A:
-Last update time is older than one week -> Automatic updates are disabled
+
+A: Last update time is older than one week -> Automatic updates are disabled
until one day from the last update.
Last update time is older within one week -> Automatic updates are every time.
Note: If you use update with name or use "all" argument in neobundle/update
@@ -1213,24 +1218,61 @@ source or use "!" in |:NeoBundleUpdate| command, this feature will be
disabled; it forces updates them.
Q: I want to update messages in unite buffer.
+
A:
>
Unite -log -wrap neobundle/update
<
Q: neobundle.vim is not worked in debian/Ubuntu Linux...
+
A: Did you use "debian.vim"? "debian.vim" changes 'runtimepath'.
So it conflicts with neobundle. You should not use "debian.vim".
Q: neobundle.vim fails update in submodule repository.
+
A: neobundle.vim supports submodule repository. But I think the repository was
changed recently from non-use submodule to use submodule. You must reinstall
the repository.
Q: I want to install github plugins with Subversion.
+
A:
>
NeoBundle 'thinca/vim-localrc', {'type' : 'svn'}
<
+Q: Why change git default protocol to "https" from "git"?
+After update, neobundle asks me to update all of my plugins. It's a kind of
+nightmare.
+
+A: Because, github changed default protocol "git" to "https".
+https://help.github.com/articles/which-remote-url-should-i-use
+
+In above page, git protocol description is not found.
+
+I think git protocol is default protocol for git and it is fast.
+But in proxy or firewall environment, git protocol cannot be used.
+I responded the firewall problem recently.
+
+If you don't want to change default protocol, you can set
+|g:neobundle#types#git#default_protocol| manually. I don't change the default
+value.
+
+Q: I want to add absolute path in runtimepath with |:NeoBundle| and
+|:NeoBundleLazy|.
+https://github.com/Shougo/neobundle.vim/issues/136
+
+A: You can use "nosync" type. >
+ NeoBundle '/absolute/path/to/plugin', { 'type' : 'nosync' }
+
+Q: For example, I would like to register the IR_Black colorscheme from it's
+original URL, without cloning one of the many mirror repo.
+https://github.com/Shougo/neobundle.vim/issues/140
+
+A: This feature is already implemented. >
+ NeoBundle 'http://blog.toddwerth.com/entry_files/8/ir_black.vim', {
+ \ 'name': 'ir_black.vim',
+ \ 'script_type': 'colors'}
+
==============================================================================
vim:tw=78:ts=8:ft=help:norl:noet:fen:
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4 .vim/bundle/.neobundle/doc/tags
@@ -298,7 +298,6 @@ g:fuf_useMigemo fuf.txt /*g:fuf_useMigemo*
g:neobundle#default_options neobundle.txt /*g:neobundle#default_options*
g:neobundle#default_site neobundle.txt /*g:neobundle#default_site*
g:neobundle#enable_name_conversion neobundle.txt /*g:neobundle#enable_name_conversion*
-g:neobundle#enable_tail_path neobundle.txt /*g:neobundle#enable_tail_path*
g:neobundle#install_max_processes neobundle.txt /*g:neobundle#install_max_processes*
g:neobundle#log_filename neobundle.txt /*g:neobundle#log_filename*
g:neobundle#rm_command neobundle.txt /*g:neobundle#rm_command*
@@ -308,7 +307,6 @@ g:neobundle#types#raw#calc_hash_command neobundle.txt /*g:neobundle#types#raw#ca
g:neobundle_default_git_protocol neobundle.txt /*g:neobundle_default_git_protocol*
g:neobundle_default_hg_protocol neobundle.txt /*g:neobundle_default_hg_protocol*
g:neobundle_default_site neobundle.txt /*g:neobundle_default_site*
-g:neobundle_enable_tail_path neobundle.txt /*g:neobundle_enable_tail_path*
g:neobundle_log_filename neobundle.txt /*g:neobundle_log_filename*
g:neobundle_rm_command neobundle.txt /*g:neobundle_rm_command*
g:neocomplcache_auto_completion_start_length neocomplcache.txt /*g:neocomplcache_auto_completion_start_length*
@@ -439,11 +437,11 @@ neobundle-options-rtp neobundle.txt /*neobundle-options-rtp*
neobundle-options-script_type neobundle.txt /*neobundle-options-script_type*
neobundle-options-site neobundle.txt /*neobundle-options-site*
neobundle-options-stay_same neobundle.txt /*neobundle-options-stay_same*
-neobundle-options-tail_path neobundle.txt /*neobundle-options-tail_path*
neobundle-options-terminal neobundle.txt /*neobundle-options-terminal*
neobundle-options-type neobundle.txt /*neobundle-options-type*
neobundle-options-type__filename neobundle.txt /*neobundle-options-type__filename*
neobundle-options-type__protocol neobundle.txt /*neobundle-options-type__protocol*
+neobundle-options-vim_version neobundle.txt /*neobundle-options-vim_version*
neobundle-recipe neobundle.txt /*neobundle-recipe*
neobundle-unite-source-neobundle neobundle.txt /*neobundle-unite-source-neobundle*
neobundle-unite-source-neobundle-install neobundle.txt /*neobundle-unite-source-neobundle-install*
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176 .vim/bundle/.neobundle/doc/vimproc.txt
@@ -38,8 +38,8 @@ FAQ |vimproc-faq|
==============================================================================
INTRODUCTION *vimproc-introduction*
-|vimproc| is great asynchronous execution library for Vim. Original vimproc is
-created by Yukihiro Nakadaira. But I'm maintaining it now.
+|vimproc| is great asynchronous execution library for Vim. Original vimproc is
+created by Yukihiro Nakadaira. But I'm maintaining it now.
Instead of external shell(example: 'shell'), |vimproc| uses external dll file.
==============================================================================
@@ -50,11 +50,11 @@ In first, you get vimproc from git repository.
http://github.com/Shougo/vimproc
Next, make external dll "vimproc_xxx.so(or vimproc_win32.dll,
-vimproc_cygwin.dll)". Because vimproc depends on "vimproc_xxx.so(or
+vimproc_cygwin.dll)". Because vimproc depends on "vimproc_xxx.so(or
vimproc_win32.dll, vimproc_cygwin.dll)"'s function, vimproc echo error message
when "vimproc_xxx.so(vimproc_xxx.dll)" don't exist.
-Note: The vimproc_cygwin.dll compiled in Cygwin can't work for Windows Vim.
+Note: The vimproc_cygwin.dll compiled in Cygwin won't work with Windows Vim.
Supported platforms:
* Windows 32/64bit (Compiled by MinGW or Visual Studio)
@@ -74,49 +74,42 @@ Note: In Windows, to build it by Visual Studio, you must install Windows SDK.
Not supported platforms:
* Other UNIX platforms
-Below is Make command:
+Build Steps:
-* Windows using Mingw(32bit Vim): >
- $ make -f make_mingw32.mak
+Note: You must use GNU make to build vimproc.
+
+Linux and Mac OS X
+
+ $ make
+
+Windows
-* Windows using Mingw(64bit Vim): >
- $ make -f make_mingw64.mak
+Note: In Windows, using MinGW is recommended.
+
+Windows using Mingw (32bit Vim):
-* Windows using newer version of Visual Studio(32bit/64bit Vim): >
- $ nmake -f Make_msvc.mak nodebug=1
+ $ make -f make_mingw32.mak
-* Windows using old version of Visual Studio for 32bit Vim
-(Ex: Visual Studio 2005): >
- $ SET INCLUDE=%INCLUDE%;C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\Include
- $ SET LIB=%LIB%;C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\Lib
- $ nmake -f make_msvc32.mak
+Windows using Mingw (64bit Vim):
-* Mac OS X: >
- $ make -f make_mac.mak
+ $ make -f make_mingw64.mak
-* Linux/BSD: >
- $ make -f make_unix.mak
+Windows using newer version of Visual Studio(32bit/64bit Vim):
+ $ nmake -f make_msvc.mak nodebug=1
-* Cygwin: >
- $ make -f make_cygwin.mak
+Windows using old version of Visual Studio for 32bit Vim (Ex: Visual Studio 2005):
+ $ SET INCLUDE=%INCLUDE%;C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\Include
+ $ SET LIB=%LIB%;C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\Lib
+ $ nmake -f make_msvc32.mak
-* Solaris/SunOS: >
- $ gmake -f make_sunos.mak
+Note: To build with Visual Studio, you must install Windows SDK.
-* Android: >
- $ make -f make_android.mak
+* Cygwin:
-After compile, you copy autoload/* and plugin/* files to your
-'runtimepath' directory.
+ $ make -f make_cygwin.mak
-I compiled vimproc_win**.dll in 32/64 bit Windows, and distributed it below
-URL.
-Note: I DON'T recommend to use it. You should build dll files manually.
-https://github.com/Shougo/vimproc/downloads
-Note: Github downloads feature is deprecated. It may be deleted.
+Note: The `vimproc_cygwin.dll` compiled in Cygwin won't work with Windows Vim.
-You can use Kaoriya Vim in Windows. It includes vimproc dll file.
-(http://www.kaoriya.net/news/2012/20121213)
If you use |neobundle.vim|, you can update and build vimproc automatically.
http://github.com/Shougo/neobundle.vim
@@ -140,18 +133,18 @@ INTERFACE *vimproc-interface*
COMMANDS *vimproc-commands*
:VimProcBang {path} *:VimProcBang*
- Execute {path} command and echo result. This
+ Executes {path} command and echo result. This
command replaces |:!|.
:VimProcRead {path} *:VimProcRead*
- Execute {path} command and paste result in current
+ Executes {path} command and paste result in current
buffer. This command replaces |:read|.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FUNCTIONS *vimproc-functions*
vimproc#version() *vimproc#version()*
- Returns vimproc version number as string. Version 5.0 is
+ Returns vimproc version number as string. Version 5.0 is
"500". Version 5.1 (5.01) is "501" same as |v:version|.
vimproc#dll_version() *vimproc#dll_version()*
@@ -159,80 +152,81 @@ vimproc#dll_version() *vimproc#dll_version()*
version.
vimproc#open({filename}) *vimproc#open()*
- Opens {filename} with system associated command.
+ Opens {filename} with a system associated command.
-vimproc#get_command_name({command} [, {path}, {count}]) *vimproc#get_command_name()*
- Searches {command} from {path} and returns command name. If you
- omit {path}, use $PATH instead. If you set {count}, returns
- {count} candidate. If you set {count} is -1, returns as list.
+vimproc#get_command_name({command} [, {path} [, {count}]]) *vimproc#get_command_name()*
+ Searches {command} from {path} and returns command name. If you
+ omit {path}, uses $PATH instead. If you set {count}, returns
+ {count} candidate. If you set {count} is a negative Number,
+ returns as a list. If {count} is omitted, then 1 is used.
-vimproc#system({expr} [, {input}, {timeout}]) *vimproc#system()*
- It replaces |system()|. If you call |system()| in Windows
- environment, DOS window will appeared. But, |vimproc#system()|
+vimproc#system({expr} [, {input} [, {timeout}]]) *vimproc#system()*
+ It replaces |system()|. If you call |system()| in Windows
+ environment, DOS window will appear. But, |vimproc#system()|
is not.
- Note: It is not execute shell. So shell internal command is
+ Note: It does not execute a shell. So a shell internal command is
invalid. Ex: pwd, cd, ...
- The {expr} are same to |vimproc#plineopen3()|. The type is
- string or arguments list. If arguments is string, it parsed
+ The {expr} are same to |vimproc#plineopen3()|. The type is
+ string or arguments list. If {expr} is string, it parsed
automatically.
- If the last {expr} is "&", execute command as background.
+ If the end of {expr} is "&", executes a command in the background.
>
call vimproc#system('ls &')
<
- If you set {timeout}, vimproc will kill process after
+ If you set {timeout}, vimproc will kill the process after
{timeout} and throw "vimproc: vimproc#system(): Timeout."
exception.
- The unit is mill seconds.
+ The unit is millisecond.
Note: |+reltime| and Vim 7.2 is required.
- If you set {input}, input the string to commands.
+ If you set {input}, inputs the string to the command.
vimproc#system2({expr} [, {input}, {timeout}]) *vimproc#system2()*
- Same as |vimproc#system()|. But it converts encoding
+ Same as |vimproc#system()|. But it converts encoding
automatically.
vimproc#system_passwd({expr} [, {input}, {timeout}])
*vimproc#system_passwd()*
- Same as |vimproc#system()|. But it supports password input.
+ Same as |vimproc#system()|. But it supports password input.
vimproc#system_bg({expr}) *vimproc#system_bg()*
- Same as |vimproc#parser#system()|. But execute command in
- background.
+ Same as |vimproc#parser#system()|. But it executes a command in
+ the background.
Note: It disables user input.
vimproc#system_gui({expr}) *vimproc#system_gui()*
- Same as |vimproc#system_bg()|. But it executes GUI command in
- background.
+ Same as |vimproc#system_bg()|. But it executes a GUI command in
+ the background.
vimproc#cmd#system({expr}) *vimproc#cmd#system()*
- Similar to |vimproc#system()|. But it executes "cmd.exe" by
+ Similar to |vimproc#system()|. But it executes "cmd.exe" by
background.
Note: It is available in Windows only.
vimproc#get_last_status() *vimproc#get_last_status()*
- Get last |vimproc#system()| status value.
+ Gets last |vimproc#system()| status value.
vimproc#get_last_errmsg() *vimproc#get_last_errmsg()*
- Get last |vimproc#system()| error message.
+ Gets last |vimproc#system()| error messages.
vimproc#shellescape({string}) *vimproc#shellescape()*
- Escape {string} for vimproc function arguments.
+ Escapes {string} for vimproc function arguments.
vimproc#fopen({path}, {flags} [, {mode}]) *vimproc#fopen()*
Opens {path} file.
- The {flags} is same flags to open() in C language as string.
+ The {flags} is same flags to open() in the C language as string.
vimproc#socket_open({host}, {port}) *vimproc#socket_open()*
- Opens the {host}:{port} socket and returns socket object.
- The {host} is string, The {port} is number.
+ Opens the {host}:{port} socket and returns a socket object.
+ The {host} is a String. The {port} is a Number.
vimproc#host_exists({host}) *vimproc#host_exists()*
- Check to see if {host} exists.
+ Checks to see if {host} exists.
Note: Protocol name and path are ignored.
vimproc#popen2({args}) *vimproc#popen2()*
- Executes {args} command and returns the process object.
- If {args} is string, {args} is parsed automatically.
+ Executes {args} command and returns a process object.
+ If {args} is a String, {args} is parsed automatically.
The {args} is split by arguments list.
@@ -241,26 +235,26 @@ vimproc#popen3({args}) *vimproc#popen3()*
stderr output.
vimproc#plineopen2({commands}) *vimproc#plineopen2()*
- Executes {commands} command and returns the process object.
- If {commands} is string, {commands} is parsed automatically.
+ Executes {commands} command and returns a process object.
+ If {commands} is a String, {commands} is parsed automatically.
Note: You can use pipes.
- The {commands} is dictionary list.
+ The {commands} is a list of dictionaries.
The keys are follows:
args The arguments list.
- fd The output filename. If it empty, the
- output is sent to next process.
+ fd The output filename. If it is empty, the
+ output is sent to the next process.
vimproc#plineopen3({commands}) *vimproc#plineopen3()*
Same as |vimproc#plineopen2()|, but this function splits
stderr output.
vimproc#pgroup_open({commands}, [{is-pty}]) *vimproc#pgroup_open()*
- Executes {commands} command and returns the process object.
- If {commands} is string, {commands} is parsed automatically.
+ Executes {commands} command and returns a process object.
+ If {commands} is a String, {commands} is parsed automatically.
Note: You can use pipes and ";","&&","||".
- The {statements} is dictionary list split by commands.
+ The {statements} is a dictionary list split by commands.
The keys are follows:
statement The execute pipeline information same
to |vimproc#plineopen2()| args.
@@ -273,23 +267,23 @@ vimproc#pgroup_open({commands}, [{is-pty}]) *vimproc#pgroup_open()*
If {is-pty} is 1, vimproc will use pty.
vimproc#ptyopen({args}, [{npipe}]) *vimproc#ptyopen()*
- Executes {args} command and returns the process object.
- If {args} is string, {args} is parsed automatically.
- The {npipe} is 2 or 3. If it is 2, will combine stdout and
+ Executes {args} command and returns a process object.
+ If {args} is a String, {args} is parsed automatically.
+ The {npipe} is 2 or 3. If it is 2, combines stdout and
stderr.
Note: You can use pipes.
The {args} is split by arguments list.
vimproc#kill({pid}, {sig}) *vimproc#kill()*
- Send {sig} signal to {pid} process.
- If error is occurred, it will return 1 for error and set
+ Sends {sig} signal to {pid} process.
+ If an error is occurred, it returns 1 for error and sets
|vimproc#get_last_errmsg()|.
- If {sig} is 0, it check whether {pid} is exists.
+ If {sig} is 0, it checks whether {pid} exists.
vimproc#write({filename}, {string}, [{mode}]) *vimproc#write()*
Writes {string} to {filename} file.
- The {mode} is write mode. "w" or "b" or "a" is valid.
+ The {mode} is a write mode. "w" or "b" or "a" is valid.
"w" : normal mode.
"b" : binary mode.
"a" : append mode.
@@ -297,12 +291,12 @@ vimproc#write({filename}, {string}, [{mode}]) *vimproc#write()*
But {filename} head is ">", "a" is used.
vimproc#readdir({dirname}) *vimproc#readdir()*
- Returns files in {dirname}. If {dirname} is not found, returns
- empty list.
+ Returns files in {dirname}. If {dirname} is not found, returns
+ an empty list.
Note: Filename encoding is converted to 'termencoding'.
vimproc#delete_trash({filename}) *vimproc#delete_trash()*
- Move file to trashbox directory.
+ Moves a file {filename} to a trashbox directory.
Note: Windows environment only.
Note: Filename encoding is converted to 'termencoding'.
@@ -317,7 +311,7 @@ g:vimproc#dll_path (default
Mac: "$VIMRUNTIME/autoload/vimproc_mac.so"
others: "$VIMRUNTIME/autoload/vimproc_unix.so")
This variable is dll name used by vimproc. You must compile
- this dll file. If this dll is not exist, vimproc will echo
+ this dll file. If this dll is not exist, vimproc will echo
error.
*g:vimproc_dll_path*
Note: |g:vimproc_dll_path| is obsolete name.
@@ -325,8 +319,8 @@ g:vimproc#dll_path (default
*g:vimproc#popen2_commands*
g:vimproc#popen2_commands (default : refer to autoload/vimproc.vim)
This variable is that vimproc use popen2 commands instead of
- popen3 as dictionary. The key is command name and the value is
- 1 or 0. If the command do not work in popen3, you can set this
+ popen3 as dictionary. The key is command name and the value is
+ 1 or 0. If the command does not work in popen3, you can set this
variable.
*g:vimproc_popen2_commands*
Note: |g:vimproc_popen2_commands| is obsolete name.
@@ -399,7 +393,7 @@ EXAMPLES *vimproc-examples*
==============================================================================
FAQ *vimproc-faq*
-Q: I want to check process is zombie.
+Q: I want to check a process is a zombie process.
A: You can use vimproc#kill({pid}, 0) or {process}.kill(0).
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2  .vim/bundle/.neobundle/install_info
@@ -1,2 +1,2 @@
2.0
-{'vimproc': {'checked_time': 1372975528, 'installed_uri': 'git://github.com/Shougo/vimproc.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/vimproc', 'updated_time': 1372975528}, 'vim-fuzzyfinder': {'checked_time': 1372975528, 'installed_uri': 'https://bitbucket.org/ns9tks/vim-fuzzyfinder', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/vim-fuzzyfinder', 'updated_time': 1372975528}, 'sparkup': {'checked_time': 1372975528, 'installed_uri': 'git://github.com/rstacruz/sparkup.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/sparkup', 'updated_time': 1372975528}, 'vim-easymotion': {'checked_time': 1372975528, 'installed_uri': 'git://github.com/Lokaltog/vim-easymotion.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/vim-easymotion', 'updated_time': 1372975528}, 'neobundle.vim': {'checked_time': 1372975528, 'installed_uri': 'git://github.com/Shougo/neobundle.vim.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/neobundle.vim', 'updated_time': 1372975528}, 'neocomplcache.vim': {'checked_time': 1372975536, 'installed_uri': 'git://github.com/Shougo/neocomplcache.vim.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/neocomplcache.vim', 'updated_time': '1372832613'}, 'FuzzyFinder': {'checked_time': 1372975528, 'installed_uri': 'git://github.com/vim-scripts/FuzzyFinder.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/FuzzyFinder', 'updated_time': 1372975528}, 'vim-fugitive': {'checked_time': 1372975528, 'installed_uri': 'git://github.com/tpope/vim-fugitive.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/vim-fugitive', 'updated_time': 1372975528}, 'L9': {'checked_time': 1372975528, 'installed_uri': 'git://github.com/vim-scripts/L9.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/L9', 'updated_time': 1372975528}}
+{'vimproc': {'checked_time': 1376008349, 'installed_uri': 'https://github.com/Shougo/vimproc.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/vimproc', 'updated_time': '1375406224'}, 'vim-fuzzyfinder': {'checked_time': 1372975528, 'installed_uri': 'https://bitbucket.org/ns9tks/vim-fuzzyfinder', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/vim-fuzzyfinder', 'updated_time': 1372975528}, 'sparkup': {'checked_time': 1376008349, 'installed_uri': 'https://github.com/rstacruz/sparkup.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/sparkup', 'updated_time': '1315190450'}, 'vim-easymotion': {'checked_time': 1376008349, 'installed_uri': 'https://github.com/Lokaltog/vim-easymotion.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/vim-easymotion', 'updated_time': '1320686181'}, 'neobundle.vim': {'checked_time': 1372975528, 'installed_uri': 'git://github.com/Shougo/neobundle.vim.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/neobundle.vim', 'updated_time': 1372975528}, 'neocomplcache.vim': {'checked_time': 1376008349, 'installed_uri': 'https://github.com/Shougo/neocomplcache.vim.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/neocomplcache.vim', 'updated_time': '1375089494'}, 'FuzzyFinder': {'checked_time': 1376008352, 'installed_uri': 'https://github.com/vim-scripts/FuzzyFinder.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/FuzzyFinder', 'updated_time': '1287366759'}, 'vim-fugitive': {'checked_time': 1376008352, 'installed_uri': 'https://github.com/tpope/vim-fugitive.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/vim-fugitive', 'updated_time': '1374470296'}, 'L9': {'checked_time': 1376008352, 'installed_uri': 'https://github.com/vim-scripts/L9.git', 'installed_path': '/home/nak/.vim/bundle/L9', 'updated_time': '1287367715'}}
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1  .vim/bundle/.neobundle/tags_info
@@ -5,5 +5,4 @@ neocomplcache.vim
sparkup
vim-easymotion
vim-fugitive
-vim-fuzzyfinder
vimproc
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2  .vimrc
@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ NeoBundle 'FuzzyFinder'
" \ 'name': 'everything.vim',
" \ 'script_type': 'plugin'}
" Non git repos
-NeoBundle 'https://bitbucket.org/ns9tks/vim-fuzzyfinder'
+" NeoBundle 'https://bitbucket.org/ns9tks/vim-fuzzyfinder'
" ...
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10 setup-configs.sh
@@ -1,6 +1,14 @@
#! /bin/bash
-git clone git://github.com/Shougo/neobundle.vim ~/.vim/bundle/neobundle.vim
+if [ ! -d backups ]
+ then
+ mkdir backups
+fi
+
+mv $HOME/.vim backups/backup.vim
+mv $HOME/.vimrc backups/backup.vimrc
+mv $HOME/.bashrc backups/backup.bashrc
+
ln -s $(pwd)/.vim $HOME/
ln -s $(pwd)/.vimrc $HOME/
ln -s $(pwd)/bash.bashrc $HOME/.bashrc
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