So here's an example of a vim plugin having python issues:
Error detected while processing function UltiSnipsEdit: line 6: Traceback (most recent call last): File "<string>", line 1, in <module> File "C:\Users\2c.2c2c\.vim\bundle\ultisnips\plugin\UltiSnips\__init__.py", line 981, in file_to_edit os.mkdir(path) WindowsError: [Error 3] The system cannot find the path specified: u'C:\\Users\\2c.2c2c\\vimfiles\\UltiSnips' line 16: E121: Undefined variable: file E15: Invalid expression: ':'.mode.' '.file
Errors similar to this from vim plugin makers all say this is an issue with your python environment. I have the latest 27x and 3xx builds of python and use a precompiled vim from http://tuxproject.de/projects/vim/. I've uninstalled/reinstalled one or the other version, installed both versions, both with and without paths set. Nothing seems to have an effect.
returns python/dyn for both versions, although I've messed with changing paths/uninstalling-reinstalling to have them alone and not alone etc. To see if anything changes. Also, basic python appears to actually work, I can do
:python print ("hello")
with no issue.
I'm also kind of confused why it's checking that directory... Vundle adds rtps to ~/.vim/bundle/addon for anything it installs.
Anyways, I haven't seen anyone with an issue like this on Windows, so none of the information is very helpful. Any help is appreciated.