vim & colors

Dean Hall dean-lists at deanpence.com
Mon May 3 22:24:55 PDT 2004


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Jochen Schroeder wrote:

> You need to set your $TERM to xterm-color, this has come up many times
> before so a search in the archives should come up with a great deals of
> answers. I think another possibility was to replace the termcap for
> xterm with xfrees termcap for xterm, but I'm not sure about this (I
> don't use xterm) again a search in the archives should help.
> 
> Cheers
> Jochen

Thanks, Jochen.

Indeed, I did find a few references to this in the mail list archives. The
only solution is to set $TERM to 'xterm-color', although I'm sure there's
another way around it, b/c 'xterm' works fine on other systems.

At least it works, though. :)


Dean
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