Launching interactvie terminal with SCVim on OSX


#1

I’m trying to setup SCVim. I got it working on a Linux machine but would like to run it on OSX as well. I’m having trouble launching the interactive shell. This is what I have on vimrc in Linux:

let g:sclangTerm = "xfce4-terminal -x $SHELL -ic"

What is the equivalent in OSX? I tried

let g:sclangTerm='open Terminal $SHELL -ic'

But it doesn’t launch it. I have iTerm2 installed in case that helps.


#2

I use tmux for this on macOS. I haven’t tried it on Linux but in theory it should work :stuck_out_tongue:

let g:sclangTerm='tmux new-window' 

As long as vim is running in a tmux session, of course.


#3

I have been trying it with tmux (booting it manually) and works great. I will try to put it as you say.
Thanks!

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