Tamas Kovacs committed 8c50832

Removed g:slimv_debug_client, added manual server start examples

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-*slimv.txt*                    Slimv                 Last Change: 02 Jan 2011
+*slimv.txt*                    Slimv                 Last Change: 05 Jan 2011
 Slimv                                                                  *slimv*
                                Version 0.7.5
 |g:slimv_ctags|              OS command to generate tags file.
-|g:slimv_debug_client|       Display the command to start client.
 |g:slimv_impl|               The Lisp implementation. Defaults to 'clisp'.
 |g:slimv_javadoc_root|       Base URL for the JavaDoc.
   let g:slimv_client =
   \ 'python ~/.vim/plugin/ -r "konsole -T Slimv -e @p @s -l clisp -s"'
-                                                         *g:slimv_debug_client*
-Set this to nonzero if you want to make Vim display the command used to start
-the client and any occurrent error messages. This also makes Slimv keep the
-Slimv client window open on Windows. This setting is useful to debug problems
-when setting up a custom |g:slimv_client| command.
 It is possible to generate tags file from within Vim. By default Slimv assumes
 that ctags.exe is stored somewhere along with the standard Vim path designated
          {python command} is the command to start the Python interpreter,
          {} is the path for (usually in Vim's ftplugin dir),
          {lisp command} is the command to start Lisp (or Clojure).
+     Examples:
+         c:\python24\python "c:\Program Files\Vim\vimfiles\ftplugin\" -l c:\clisp\clisp.exe -s
+         python /home/username/.vim/ftplugin/ -l sbcl -s
      Please remember to enclose each parameter in double quotes if that
      parameter contains spaces.
-     Also check the following Slimv variables in Vim:
+     Also check the following Slimv variables in Vim, maybe they are not
+     correctly autodetected and you need to override them in your .vimrc:
          :echo g:slimv_python
          :echo g:slimv_lisp
          :echo g:slimv_client         
 - Needs Python 2.4 or higher (uses the subprocess module)
 - Sometimes a Python exception happens after a CTRL-C inside the REPL buffer
   followed by an EOF (CTRL-Z or CTRL-D) in the external REPL window.
-- REPL buffer refresh on Vim focus gain works only in gvim, not in console vim.
 - Interruption (Ctrl-C) does not work with all Lisp implementations.
   For example SBCL exits on Windows when receiving Ctrl-C.
   It does not work in Clojure.
-  In this case use the Interrupt-Lisp-Process menu command.
+  In these cases use the Interrupt-Lisp-Process menu command.
 - There are some functions that are not compatible or simply not working for
 - It is not possible to run separate Lisp and Clojure REPL in the same