BenChapman wrote:
> Hello, everyone;
>
> I'm sure this is some sort of newbie mistake, but when I launch PIDA
> (installed with Macports), I get this message:
>
> $ pida
> VIM - Vi IMproved 7.1 (2007 May 12, compiled Jun 23 2008 14:59:05)
> Unknown option argument: "--servername"
> More info with: "vim -h"
>
> If it makes any difference, vim was installed like this:
>
>    sudo port install vim-app +gtk2 +huge
>
> Vim is version 7.1.311
>
> The PIDA port version is 0.5.1_0
>
> `port info pida` results in:
>
> PIDA 0.5.1, devel/PIDA (Variants: universal)
> http://pida.co.uk/
>
> The Python Integrated Development Application
>
> Library Dependencies: py25-gtk, py25-gnome, py25-zlib, kiwi, librsvg,
> vte
> Platforms: darwin
> Maintainers: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>
> If anyone can provide any pointers, I would really appreciate it

Hi, I am not a Mac user, but it seems that your Vim is not compiled with 
client/server. Vim-gtk usually is, so that is a bit odd. Any other Mac 
users out there?

Ali

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