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Python script not running through vim but runs on Windows CMD

I have recently switched to vim from VS Code. I have Vim 8.2. I have put these lines in my _vimrc file so that I can run python in vim by pressing F9:- autocmd FileType python map <buffer> <...
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Installing vim8.2 with python3.8 : Python.h not found

I have cloned the vim git repository (even tried to run git clean -xdf prior to configuring, as suggested here), then compiled with: ./configure --with-python3-command=python3.8 --with-python3-config-...
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Close vim 8.1+ terminal buffer without unloading

I'm looking to be able to close a terminal buffer without unloading it, as I would with a normal buffer and either hidden or bufhidden=hide set. It appears, though, that said options are ignored for ...
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:term command changes cursor type in vim

I have set the cursor shape to be - I-beam in my terminal preference. When I execute :term command in vim, the cursor type is changed to block type. This change is retained even after I exit the :term ...
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How to open a terminal horizontally on the right side of vim

I'm using vim 8 and I set a shortcut to open a terminal in my vim. nnoremap <F5> :wa<CR> \| :term ++kill=term<CR> It works except that it opens a terminal vertically as below: ----...
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How to leave spaces for error symbols

I'm using vim 8 with YCM. When YCM finds an error, a symbol will popup as below: As you see, there is a symbol before line 26. The problem is that it will make the whole window move to right a ...
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Job still running in buffer while :qa

I'm using vim 8 with some plugins and shortcuts. I set a shortcut for :term to open a terminal in vim: nnoremap <F5> :wa<CR> \| :term<CR> command Q qa So when I type F5, a ...
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How to move the cursor out of the terminal

I'm now using Vim 8 and its new feature: :term. Well, it's great but I don't know how to move the cursor out of the terminal without the mouse. In Vim 7, we can type <C-w><C-h>, <C-w&...
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How to delete non-empty directories in netrw (vim 8 or nvim)?

I will try to delete some non-empty folder in netrw by pressing SHIFT + d and, after press y, i got this error: (netrw) unable to delete directory {path} I already put this variable in my .config/...
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Matching parenthesis and such not being highlighted in strings since VIM 8.0 on Ubuntu 18.04, how do I get this highlighting back?

When I place the cursor on the parenthesis of the below line, the two parenthesis get highlighted in a cyan color. When I place the cursor on the curly braces, however, no highlighting happens. // ...
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Gvim 8.1 on Windows 10 won't source $HOME\_vimrc

I have a $HOME\_vimrc present, but it doesn't show up in the output of :scriptnames. And when I run gvim -V, it reports: could not source "$HOME\_vimrc" The only thing in my $HOME\_vimrc is the ...
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Send keystrokes and string to gdb terminal

I started debugging a c program inside vim with: :packadd termdebug :Termdebug with vim 8 and and gdb > 8.3 installed. In order to set a breakpoint, I would like to send the following string while ...
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How does g:terminal_ansi_colors affect the :terminal colors?

:term usually looks ugly in most colorschemes I've tried. At least on Windows, with light themes, these colors do not work and end up in an unreadable shade of yellow against my light background. I ...
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Using vim as a terminal multiplexer: neovim or vim 8?

I've traditionally used vim as a text editor and tmux as a terminal multiplexer, but I'm trying to see if I can drop tmux entirely and just use vim for everything (except session attach/detach, which ...
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vim8 - why does my 0read not read? [closed]

I have the following function in an autoload file: function! closet#FindSkeletonForFile() if exists('b:closet_skeleton') return 0 endif let b:closet_skeleton = s:closet....
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Is it possible to use <C-H> (and J/K/L) for navigation inside a Vim 8 terminal?

I rebound control + H/J/K/L to navigate between splits without needing <C-W>: nnoremap <C-J> <C-W><C-J> nnoremap <C-K> <C-W><C-K> nnoremap <C-L> <C-...
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I am running into problems while using Gpush command from vim-fugitive plugin

I have recently started using the vim-fugitive plugin, and currently I am facing problem with the Gpush command. I tried :Gpush % which gives me errors in the quick fix window saying fatal: ...
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how to load vim8 optional packages in vimrc?

I am trying to load my optional language packages based on filetype. I am using vim8 native package feature. In vim I can load them with :packadd vim-javascript. However, I read in :help packadd - (...
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Vim bell limited to once per half a second

Since Vim 8, I've noticed that the bell can sound at most once per half a second. This annoys me. I have this solved by recompiling, but am still looking for a way to do it without. I've searched the ...
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What's wrong with “terminal cd .” in vim 8.1?

terminal cd . result in following weird error in the terminal buffer: executing job failed: No such file or directory The same error appears for term_start('cd .'). It doesn't matter which directory ...