I’ve been struggling to install the beast that is Clearcase 7.1.1 on a proof of concept server. In this case the server is a Solaris 10 64bit install running on VMware Fusion 3. One of the initial mistakes I made was to try and run the installation from a network mount. DON’T. Solaris must block the execution of code on some types of removable drives, which in this case was a VMWare Fusion shared folder.
I use vim a lot of the time, mostly with splits and diffs, so the following key mappings and functions really helped me with managing the split windows. Maybe they will help you too. (Thanks to the Vim tips wiki for these). If you use vertical splits, this will help move left and right across the split. Put in your ~/.vimrc <br /> " Map multi window keys<br /> set wmw=0<br /> " CTRL-H move to left window<br /> nmap <c -h> </c><c -w>h</c><c -w><bar><br /> " CTRL-L move to right window<br /> nmap <c -l> </c><c -w>l</c><c -w><bar><br /> </bar></c></bar></c> When scrolling up and down a window, you can use zz to jump the current line to the middle of the window.
I found myself writing down example commands in clearcase (V6), so I thought I would share them. If you have ever needed to find files like you do in UNIX, but want to be clearcase specific, then these commands will give you a quick headstart on using the cleartool find command: How do I list all files and file versions going into a specific build that is labelled? Assume your label is TR1_PRE_RELEASE