Pretty new to vim, struggling to configure dbext to work with a sqlite database. I'm using VIM v8.0.278 on a Macbook running yosemite. Setup my connection string like so
let g:dbext_default_profile_SQLite = 'type=SQLITE:SQLITE_bin=sqlite3:dbname=/Users/brianlibgober/Dropbox/Collaborations/CleanMake/Main.sqlite'
I run a simple command "select * from CIK limit 5;"
The response is a bizarre error message:
Connection: T(SQLITE) D(/Users/brianlibgober/Dropbox/Collaborations/CleanMake/Main.sqlite) at 15:50
Error: near "<": syntax error
To change connection parameters:
sqlite3 /Users/brianlibgober/Dropbox/Collaborations/CleanMake/Main.sqlite < /var/folders/p2/nkftf47s5vb8zr6slgc7fc940000gn/T/vR5KQNz/dbext.sql
select * from CIK limit 5;
The weirdest part of this is that the command apparently sent to the terminal does work when run on its own.
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