/bin/sh: line 2: `BASH_FUNC_ttr%%': not a valid identifier
zen146410 at zen.co.uk
Thu Oct 9 12:51:23 PDT 2014
On 9 Oct 2014, at 18:02, Michael Crawford wrote:
> GNU Emacs is bundled with Mac OS X, if you need an editor until you
> can fix whatever is wrong with Vim.
Thank you for that. I was wondering how I could proceed if no one had met my error message before.
> If you don't know how to use Emacs, enter Control-H T after giving the command:
> $ emacs
> ... in Terminal to get the tutorial.
> I mostly use Vim too but there _are_ some tasks that are easier in Emacs.
> Michael David Crawford
> mdcrawford at gmail.com
I used emacs a lot in the past but not for a long time. I find now that the things that are easier are the ones that have been most used recently. Still, you've shown me how to get into and out of emacs and the rest can come from the tutorial: particularly if I write it down.
> On Thu, Oct 9, 2014 at 9:25 AM, Barrie Stott <zen146410 at zen.co.uk> wrote:
>> This is the sequence of events that led to me getting the error in the Subject line.
>> I had used MacVim on the previous day with no problem and had used mail and Skype today and the iMac was left switched on with several tabs open in the browser and files open in MacVim.
>> Unrelated to the computer I removed power to the house to get some lights working again, forgetting that the m/c was still on.
>> On returning to the iMac I found it switched off and restored Finder, Google Chrome, Mail and Terminal without problem. On trying to get MacVim going I typed something like 'mvim file1 file' in a terminal and the error message in the Subject line appeared.
>> If anyone can tell me what is wrong or suggest how I can proceed I'd be pleased to hear about it. I was going to modify a copy of mvim by adding print statements but I'd need an editor for that and that is what I don't have at present.
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