On Friday, September 28, 2012 11:52:51 AM UTC-5, enricostn wrote:
> > This is an internal error and IIUC correctly should never happen. To make it easier to reproduce, what version of NERDtree are you using? What NERDtree settings are you using?
> the GitHub version https://github.com/scrooloose/nerdtree
WHICH GitHub version? There are regular commits to GitHub going back over 4 years (I stopped hitting the "older" button at around August 2008, I have no idea how old the project is).
> > Can you reproduce it with ONLY the NERDtree plugin installed, and none of your usual .vimrc customizations or other plugins?
> it's not so simple or me, but I'll try
> > Is the same Vim version used inside and outside tmux? Can you post the :version output of each?
> yes it is, and it's the 7.3
WHICH 7.3 version of Vim? As of right now, there have been a little fewer than 700 bugfixes and feature additions since the initial 7.3 release. Your version output should look something like:
VIM - Vi IMproved 7.3 (2010 Aug 15, compiled May 26 2011 05:23:29)
MS-Windows 32-bit GUI version with OLE support
Included patches: 1-206
Compiled by digitec...@SPAMdancingpaper.com
Huge version with GUI. Features included (+) or not (-):
Is ALL of this information the same? Specifically, is the "included patches" line and the "XXX version with/without GUI" line the same?
> BTW I think that we should start to reproduce the "no resize" problem outside the NERDtree windows.
Oops, re-reading your post, I see that you have another problem as well, that you cannot resize Vim windows with the mouse.
Did you try resizing a split window within Vim, or the terminal window itself?
What is the value of your 'mouse' option?
Actually, from :help 'mouse' and :help mouse-using, I'm not sure if mouse usage in Vim is supported on your system. I'm not familiar enough with using Vim in a terminal to be of much further help in that regard.