E484: Can't open file /usr/share/vim/syntax/syntax.vim
Wed Oct 12 12:00:00 GMT 2011
Oleksandr Gavenko-2 pishet:
>03.10.2011 2:35, jan.kolar pishet:
>> Oleksandr Gavenko (aka gavenkoa) wrote:
>>> $ cat ~/.vimrc
>>> syntax on
>>> $ vim
>>> Error detected while processing /cygdrive/e/home/.vimrc:
>>> line 1:
>>> E484: Can't open file /usr/share/vim/syntax/syntax.vim
>>> Press ENTER or type command to continue
>>> This issue reported previously:
>> I have no problem with syntax loading.
>> Did you try reinstall/upgrade/downgrade vim ?
>> :help syntax-loading
>> Source $VIMRUNTIME/syntax/syntax.vim ....
>> :echo $VIMRUNTIME
>> :help VIMRUNTIME
>> or see http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/starting.html#$VIMRUNTIME
>> for what VIMRUNTIME is, how it defaults and how it can be set.
>> (:let $VIMRUNTIME = "/home/piet/vim/vim54" -- or what about :letglobal
>That because you use another Vim. I run vim from 'vim' package:
(I do not know where from I got '/home/piet/', my appology.)
> $ cygcheck -c vim
> Cygwin Package Information
>Package Version Status
>vim 7.3.254-1 OK
This is an important information to start with.
Where did you get that from? From cygwin ports ?
(I can not find that version among official 'STABLE', but it is listed here
> $ which vim
> $ cygcheck -l vim
This is very short. I have:
$ cygcheck -c vim
vim 7.3.003-1 OK
$ cygcheck -l vim | wc
1586 1586 64915
The cygwin port version of vim depends on vim-common package.
I suppose the Installer suggested to install that.
> $ cat /etc/postinstall/vim.sh.done
> --install /usr/bin/vim vim /usr/bin/vim-nox.exe 10 \
>I try all your suggested command and they all fail.
(I think you did not try to reinstall/upgrade/downgrade vim.)
>Also I note that there are no any Cygwin specific vim.README
>under /usr/share/doc/Cygwin nor under /usr/share/vim,
>/usr/share/doc/vim which is unusual situation for Cygwin package...
The output is truncated, and the page says that.
>which also does not contain $VIMRUNTIME/syntax/syntax.vim
>Is it possible to get full featured Vim under Cygwin?
Yes. I use it and I am very happy with it.
(Up to the point that I had problems with fork() when vimdiff was started.
If you experience that, search for 'rebaseall', that will help I think.)
>Or separate installation required?
I hope installing vim-common helps.
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