How to get gvim -V into a log file?

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How to get gvim -V into a log file?

Steve Litt
Hi all,

I was never good at redirection -- how does one redirect as to put the stderr
output of gvim -V into a log file?

Also, for Tom Hertneky's benefit, how would you put gvim -V into a log file in
Windows?

Thanks

SteveT

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Re: How to get gvim -V into a log file?

Stefan Schmiedl
On Tue, 8 Apr 2008 13:56:51 -0400
Steve Litt <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I was never good at redirection -- how does one redirect as to put the stderr
> output of gvim -V into a log file?
>
> Also, for Tom Hertneky's benefit, how would you put gvim -V into a log file in
> Windows?

RTFM:

stefan@g64 ~ $ gvim --help | grep -- -V
   -V[N][fname] Be verbose [level N] [log messages to fname]

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Re: How to get gvim -V into a log file?

Steve Litt
On Tuesday 08 April 2008 14:05, Stefan Schmiedl wrote:

> On Tue, 8 Apr 2008 13:56:51 -0400
>
> Steve Litt <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I was never good at redirection -- how does one redirect as to put the
> > stderr output of gvim -V into a log file?
> >
> > Also, for Tom Hertneky's benefit, how would you put gvim -V into a log
> > file in Windows?
>
> RTFM:
>
> stefan@g64 ~ $ gvim --help | grep -- -V
>    -V[N][fname] Be verbose [level N] [log messages to fname]

Excellent!

Tom -- do this:

gvim -V3vobug.log tomsoutline.otl

Then attach vobug.log and the outline, and somebody here can probably figure
out what happened.

Thanks

SteveT
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folding

thomas.hertneky
Hello Steve,
Thank you for the assistance.
I figured out what I was doing wrong.
When VIM 7.0 came out, when using VO, you could see characters in the first
column.
Well, at least for Windows.
I remembered that there was a fold option for column one that had to be
turned on.
I thought it was the commented line on the end of the file, vo_base.vim
from the directory ftplugin:
" vim600: set foldmethod=marker foldlevel=0:
I commented that out and added:
set foldcolumn=0
Then I was fine.
Of course, after trying a lot of other things first.

Thank you for researching the debug information.



Tom Hertneky







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