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I'm using Mac, and try using "Evervim".
 
I'm using Mac, and try using "Evervim".
   
First copied the files to .vim/, and used "<tt>:w ++ff=unix</tt>" to deal with "^M" problem.
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First copied the files to .vim/, and used "<code>:w ++ff=unix</code>" to deal with "^M" problem.
   
Then <tt>:EvervimSetup</tt> but after login with username and password, I got
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Then <code>:EvervimSetup</code> but after login with username and password, I got
 
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[1] 14899 segmentation fault /opt/local/bin/vim
 
[1] 14899 segmentation fault /opt/local/bin/vim

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I'm using Mac, and try using "Evervim".

First copied the files to .vim/, and used ":w ++ff=unix" to deal with "^M" problem.

Then :EvervimSetup but after login with username and password, I got

[1]    14899 segmentation fault  /opt/local/bin/vim

Why? --June 6, 2012

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