August 2013

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Installing clang_complete using Pathogen

Today I installed clang_complete using Pathogen (i. e., I installed it as a submodule of my dotfiles git repository aka nesono-bin. I tried to be smart and went into the submodule’s directory and invoked make install. That nicely built the vimball and installed itself - but whenever I tried to open a cpp-file I got the following error:

Getting Win32 Vim Running with symbolic links for .vimrc and .vim/

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While my dotfile repository nesono-bin has been changed to run fine on Cygwin recently, I suddenly had severe problems using Win32 gvim. Looking at the symptoms it became soon obvious that they were caused by the Cygwin-style symbolic link that was created by the nesono-bin installer script under Cygwin.

Transferstack rewrite in Python

A long while ago, I re-wrote the transfer stack for the shell in Python. The transfer stack is the counterpart to the directory dtack, which is known by the commands pushd, popd, and dirs. The corresponding tools of the transfer stack are pusht, popt, and transfers, all of which can be found in my github repository.