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Sep 2014
Bart Brouns
@magnetophon
Sep 03 2014 11:24
Hi, I just started using vim and vundle, through https://github.com/spf13/spf13-vim, Great software, many thanks! I'm having trouble getting https://github.com/gmoe/vim-faust to work: :BundleList says it's installed, I'm seeing the correct files and dirs in ~.vim/bundle/vim-faust, yet I'm not getting the correct syntax highlighting. What else can I check?
The same bundle worked just fine, when I used pathogen to install it. Mind you, I'm not trying to fuel any Vim pluginmanager holy wars! :)
Eduardo San Martin Morote
@posva
Sep 03 2014 11:31
You should use PluginInstall and PluginList. Bundle commands are deprecated
Bart Brouns
@magnetophon
Sep 03 2014 12:50
posva: my .vimrc.local has Bundle 'gmoe/vim-faust' and the dist .vimrc uses that, and then does a BundleInstall. The bundle seems to be correctly installed, but the filetype was wrongly recognised. I have manually set it and everything works fine now, even across restarts.
Eduardo San Martin Morote
@posva
Sep 03 2014 14:12
Did you miss the filetype on at the end? After every Plugin call? If you started to use recently Vundle then I don't know why do you have Bundle commands. You should check vundle readme
Bart Brouns
@magnetophon
Sep 03 2014 14:18
What do you mean by "Did you miss the filetype on at the end? "? I will check out the readme now.
Eduardo San Martin Morote
@posva
Sep 03 2014 14:20
You should see it in the readme after the vundle#end()
Bart Brouns
@magnetophon
Sep 03 2014 14:24
No, my .vimrc has that: https://github.com/spf13/spf13-vim/blob/3.0/.vimrc line 81
Eduardo San Martin Morote
@posva
Sep 03 2014 14:27
I cannot check now but spf13 may be outdated about Vundle usage
well if you have Bundle inside then it definitely is outdated
Bart Brouns
@magnetophon
Sep 03 2014 14:35
Ah, and the dist has been notified as well: spf13/spf13-vim#658
Eduardo San Martin Morote
@posva
Sep 03 2014 14:37
Yeah. Also use single quote and beer double quotes:
Plugin 'user/plu.vim'
beer = never (auto correction)
Bart Brouns
@magnetophon
Sep 03 2014 14:40
So I just need to replace every instance (in the .vimrc) of "Bundle 'gmarik/vundle'" with ":PluginInstall 'gmarik/vundle'" ?
and also for other plugins ofcourse
Eduardo San Martin Morote
@posva
Sep 03 2014 14:41
Bundle with Plugin should do the trick
Bart Brouns
@magnetophon
Sep 03 2014 14:41
sorry?
Eduardo San Martin Morote
@posva
Sep 03 2014 14:41
and then the PluginInstall
any command starting with Bundle should be replace with Plugin
Bart Brouns
@magnetophon
Sep 03 2014 14:42
OK, seems easy enough to fix. Thanks!
Eduardo San Martin Morote
@posva
Sep 03 2014 14:43
It is! I'm sure you can easily do a find and replace ^^
Bart Brouns
@magnetophon
Sep 03 2014 14:48
Hmm, gotta work on my regex-fu. I thought \<Bundle\> would NOT match UnBundle, but it does.... :(
Eduardo San Martin Morote
@posva
Sep 03 2014 14:50
just do :%s/Bundle/Plugin/gc
Bart Brouns
@magnetophon
Sep 03 2014 14:50
scrap that ^^
Eduardo San Martin Morote
@posva
Sep 03 2014 14:50
and then do y to change or n to skip
Bart Brouns
@magnetophon
Sep 03 2014 14:50
What I said, I mean.
I went wild and did :%s/\<Bundle\>/Plugin/g :D (So nice to have git!)
Bart Brouns
@magnetophon
Sep 03 2014 14:55
Restarted, and id a :PluginInstall, just to make sure, and nothing seems to have exploded! :)
:s/id/did
Eduardo San Martin Morote
@posva
Sep 03 2014 14:59
haha, next time surround the commands with ` in chat like :PluginInstall And you won't have all these smileys xD