Python Vim Module - works

simonb at webone.com.au simonb at webone.com.au
Wed Nov 14 01:19:00 CET 2001


Well this sounds interesting...

i compiled vim60 with
CONF_OPT_PYTHON = --enable-pythoninterp
in the Makefile,
but "import vim" fails.
what next?

Simon Burton


Jonathan Gardner wrote:

>I got it all to work. Thanks to a contribution by Tomas Zellerin, and a few 
>more hacks, I think it all looks good.
>
>I need some help to make it professional.
>
>It's 2:00 AM here in Seoul, so I won't be getting any answers out for a few 
>hours... =)
>If you can get it to compile (just edit the Makefile to make it point to 
>the right place...) try this with Vim 6.0:
>
>$ gvim --servername TEST
>$ python
>
>>>>import vim
>>>>vim.list()
>>>>
>['TEST']
>
>>>>vim.send('TEST', 'iHello World!<ESC>')
>>>>
>
>You should see the string "Hello World!" neatly typed into the newly opened 
>vim window!!!
>
>Sorry, X11 only right now...
>
>Jonathan
>
>[ Note: This was cross-posted to vim-dev and python-list so I can go to bed 
>sooner... ]
>




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