Diff between vim and macvim ( command \ll )

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Diff between vim and macvim ( command \ll )

Hello all!

I am quite a newbie in vim.

In MacVim the command \ll (That means \ + L + L) compiles my LaTeX file, which I am just editing, with the command pdflatex (coming out is a .pdf file) - But in my Shell-vim with only the command latex (coming out is a .dvi file).

Supplemental question: how to look for such kind of commands in vim :help ?

Oh sorry. An other question again: MacVim is inserting sometimes a <++> in my LaTeX file. Why? I have to remove it many times, while editing.

Thank you for your help

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MySQL::Diff::Database(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				MySQL::Diff::Database(3pm)

MySQL::Diff::Database - Database Definition Class SYNOPSIS
use MySQL::Diff::Database; my $db = MySQL::Diff::Database->new(%options); my $source = $db->source_type(); my $summary = $db->summary(); my $name = $db->name(); my @tables = $db->tables(); my $table_def = $db->table_by_name($table); my @dbs = MySQL::Diff::Database::available_dbs(); DESCRIPTION
Parses a database definition into component parts. METHODS
Constructor new( %options ) Instantiate the objects, providing the command line options for database access and process requirements. Public Methods o source_type() Returns 'file' if the data source is a text file, and 'db' if connected directly to a database. o summary() Provides a summary of the database. o name() Returns the name of the database. o tables() Returns a list of tables for the current database. o table_by_name( $name ) Returns the table definition (see MySQL::Diff::Table) for the given table. FUNCTIONS
Public Functions o available_dbs() Returns a list of the available databases. Note that is used as a function call, not a method call. COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright (c) 2000-2011 Adam Spiers. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. SEE ALSO
mysqldiff, MySQL::Diff, MySQL::Diff::Table, MySQL::Diff::Utils AUTHOR
Adam Spiers <mysqldiff@adamspiers.org> perl v5.14.2 2012-04-06 MySQL::Diff::Database(3pm)

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