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For those who has upgraded ubuntu to version 13.04 and got problems with his favorite text editor.
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After upgrading Ubuntu to version 13.04, Vim may not work with the command-t plugin.
   
 
First I tried an old way
 
First I tried an old way
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<pre>
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sudo apt-get install vim-gnome
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</pre>
   
sudo apt-get install vim-gnome
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by default it installs Vim version to 7.3 with the patch about 545
 
by default it installs vim version to 7.3 with the patch about 545
 
 
when try to use command-t get error
 
when try to use command-t get error
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<pre>
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Vim: Caught deadly signal SEGV
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Vim: Finished.
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Segmentation fault
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</pre>
   
Vim: Caught deadly signal SEGV
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Found out this is due to bug in Vim.
Vim: Finished.
 
   
Segmentation fault
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Tried to build latest Vim version from source according to [https://github.com/Valloric/YouCompleteMe/wiki/Building-Vim-from-source these instructions].
   
found out this is due to bug in vim
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Got problem when compiling Vim with ruby support (and gvim).
   
tried to apply a patch - no luck
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Checked many posts and all of them say to use mercurial (don't know why).
   
tried to build latest vim version from source according to
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Solution:
https://github.com/Valloric/YouCompleteMe/wiki/Building-Vim-from-source
 
   
got problem when compiling vim with ruby support (and gvim btw)
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Build Vim 7.4 from source using git mirror. Don't know how and why but with sources from git it worked for me
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<pre>
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git clone https://github.com/b4winckler/vim
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./configure --with-features=huge --enable-rubyinterp --enable-gui=gnome2
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make
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sudo make install
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</pre>
   
checked many posts and all of them say to use mercurial (don't know why)
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After that I've got Vim 7.4b, gvim and with ruby support.
   
SOLUTION:
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Now ready to install command-t.
   
build vim 7.4 from source using git mirror
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I installed it with vundle.vim (I think no matter how to install it).
don't know how and why but with sources from git it worked for me
 
   
git clone https://github.com/b4winckler/vim
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Go to plugin directory and according to installation instructions
./configure --with-features=huge --enable-rubyinterp --enable-gui=gnome2
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<pre>
make
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cd ~/.vim/ruby/command-t
sudo make install
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</pre>
 
after that I've got vim 7.4b, gvim and with ruby support
 
 
now ready to install command-t
 
 
I installed it with vundle.vim (I think no matter how to install it)
 
 
go to plugin directory and according to installation instructions
 
 
cd ~/.vim/ruby/command-t
 
   
 
(in a case with vundle it is in ~/.vim/bundle/Command-T/ruby/command-t)
 
(in a case with vundle it is in ~/.vim/bundle/Command-T/ruby/command-t)
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<pre>
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ruby extconf.rb
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make
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</pre>
   
ruby extconf.rb
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Important: Run those with ruby 1.8.7. Didn't play with other versions but with 2.0.0 definitely didn't work for me Could be problems with RVM.
make
 
   
IMPORTANT: run those with ruby 1.8.7.
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Even if you explicitly set version to 1.8.7 it still uses 2.0.0. Probably due to default version. I tried to change default version bu 1.8.7 but no luck.
Didn't play with other versions but with 2.0.0 definitely didn't work for me
 
   
Could be problems with RVM
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Solution:
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Even if you explicitly set version to 1.8.7 it still uses 2.0.0. Probably due to default version.
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rvm uninstall 2.0.0
I tried to change default version bu 1.8.7 but no luck
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</pre>
Solution:
 
rvm uninstall 2.0.0
 
   
 
Conclusion:
 
Conclusion:
- Ubuntu 13.04,
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*Ubuntu 13.04
- build vim from sources,
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*Build Vim from sources
- use vim 7.4b version
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*Use Vim 7.4b version
- use git repository to fetch sources,
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*Use git repository to fetch sources
- compile with ruby support
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*Compile with ruby support
- compile with gnome gui support
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*Compile with gnome gui support
- use ruby 1.8.7
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*Use Ruby 1.8.7
 
Hope it will be helpful for somebody
 
   
 
==Comments==
 
==Comments==
 
"checked many posts and all of them say to use mercurial (don't know why)"
 
"checked many posts and all of them say to use mercurial (don't know why)"
 
:Probably because the official Vim repository is in Mercurial at http://vim.googlecode.com. The Github repository you cloned is only a mirror of the official Mercurial repository. But if you're more familiar with Git, then it should work just as well. It is just not updated as frequently. --[[User:Fritzophrenic|Fritzophrenic]] ([[User talk:Fritzophrenic|talk]]) 14:58, August 5, 2013 (UTC)
 
:Probably because the official Vim repository is in Mercurial at http://vim.googlecode.com. The Github repository you cloned is only a mirror of the official Mercurial repository. But if you're more familiar with Git, then it should work just as well. It is just not updated as frequently. --[[User:Fritzophrenic|Fritzophrenic]] ([[User talk:Fritzophrenic|talk]]) 14:58, August 5, 2013 (UTC)
 
   
 
I went through Mercurial http://vim.googlecode.com, apt-get install vim-nox and vim-rails all of which where having a-lot of problems on ubuntu 13.04. Nerd tree would load the first file as a shared tab with 1 line showing. Also not all of my plugins would load. The repo here worked great thank you.
 
I went through Mercurial http://vim.googlecode.com, apt-get install vim-nox and vim-rails all of which where having a-lot of problems on ubuntu 13.04. Nerd tree would load the first file as a shared tab with 1 line showing. Also not all of my plugins would load. The repo here worked great thank you.
 
:Guys, the Mercurial repository contains EXACTLY THE SAME STUFF as the Github mirror. If one allowed you to compile and install but not the other, you did the other one WRONG somehow. --[[User:Fritzophrenic|Fritzophrenic]] ([[User talk:Fritzophrenic|talk]]) 13:58, August 28, 2013 (UTC)
 
:Guys, the Mercurial repository contains EXACTLY THE SAME STUFF as the Github mirror. If one allowed you to compile and install but not the other, you did the other one WRONG somehow. --[[User:Fritzophrenic|Fritzophrenic]] ([[User talk:Fritzophrenic|talk]]) 13:58, August 28, 2013 (UTC)
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created August 3, 2013 · complexity basic · author Eugenekorpan · version 7.0

After upgrading Ubuntu to version 13.04, Vim may not work with the command-t plugin.

First I tried an old way

sudo apt-get install vim-gnome

by default it installs Vim version to 7.3 with the patch about 545 when try to use command-t get error

Vim: Caught deadly signal SEGV
Vim: Finished.
Segmentation fault

Found out this is due to bug in Vim.

Tried to build latest Vim version from source according to these instructions.

Got problem when compiling Vim with ruby support (and gvim).

Checked many posts and all of them say to use mercurial (don't know why).

Solution:

Build Vim 7.4 from source using git mirror. Don't know how and why but with sources from git it worked for me

git clone https://github.com/b4winckler/vim
./configure --with-features=huge --enable-rubyinterp --enable-gui=gnome2
make
sudo make install

After that I've got Vim 7.4b, gvim and with ruby support.

Now ready to install command-t.

I installed it with vundle.vim (I think no matter how to install it).

Go to plugin directory and according to installation instructions

cd ~/.vim/ruby/command-t

(in a case with vundle it is in ~/.vim/bundle/Command-T/ruby/command-t)

ruby extconf.rb
make

Important: Run those with ruby 1.8.7. Didn't play with other versions but with 2.0.0 definitely didn't work for me Could be problems with RVM.

Even if you explicitly set version to 1.8.7 it still uses 2.0.0. Probably due to default version. I tried to change default version bu 1.8.7 but no luck.

Solution:

rvm uninstall 2.0.0

Conclusion:

  • Ubuntu 13.04
  • Build Vim from sources
  • Use Vim 7.4b version
  • Use git repository to fetch sources
  • Compile with ruby support
  • Compile with gnome gui support
  • Use Ruby 1.8.7

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"checked many posts and all of them say to use mercurial (don't know why)"

Probably because the official Vim repository is in Mercurial at http://vim.googlecode.com. The Github repository you cloned is only a mirror of the official Mercurial repository. But if you're more familiar with Git, then it should work just as well. It is just not updated as frequently. --Fritzophrenic (talk) 14:58, August 5, 2013 (UTC)

I went through Mercurial http://vim.googlecode.com, apt-get install vim-nox and vim-rails all of which where having a-lot of problems on ubuntu 13.04. Nerd tree would load the first file as a shared tab with 1 line showing. Also not all of my plugins would load. The repo here worked great thank you.

Guys, the Mercurial repository contains EXACTLY THE SAME STUFF as the Github mirror. If one allowed you to compile and install but not the other, you did the other one WRONG somehow. --Fritzophrenic (talk) 13:58, August 28, 2013 (UTC)

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