buy I do everything I have found on google stackoverflow
I wonder if there is a way to debug this
I don't really know vim script
I also use vim-snippets
but I don't know how it works
@freexploit you provide very little information about your actual problem. Why do you not open a bug report, attach your vimrc and details about the problems you see? Also try to make the repro case minimal, to make sure that it has nothing to do with other plugins.
I keep getting a warning that this plugin requires python 2.7 or 3 but I am already using pyhton 2.7.3
@magicalbanana My theory is that your Vim is using some sort of system python, not the one you are using on your console.
@SirVer It's telling me that command is not available in this version.
@magicalbanana That explains that: You do not have a Python enabled Vim. UltiSnips cannot work there and that is why it is complaining. Which OS are you on? If on Linux, try installing something like vim-huge or vim-gnome to fix that.
It's both on my OSX and Debian.
on debian install vim-gnome to fix
on mac, use homebrew to build a python and a vim
brew install python
brew install macvim
Actually on OSX it's ok, I tried the debian fix but still no dice.
Yeah, I just ran :echo has('python') and returned 0