Installing the Vim Plugin Command-T on Ubuntu/Linux Mint
26 Jan 2013
I won’t cover aquiring the Command-T source files. I recommend the pathogen method though. In order to install Command-T on Vim, it is necessary to have vim compiled with ruby. This is easily accomplished by installing vim-nox.
After installing vim you can try to make the extension by changing to the ruby/command-t directory within the Command-t source directory. And executing the following:
You are likely to run into the following problem:
The solution is to install ruby1.9.1-dev:
After installing you should be able to proceed:
Finish with the make command:
Command-t should now be working.