vim-youcompleteme does not work

I see this error message when I start Vim:

youcomplete no module named future

Do you have the default package for vim installed or some other?

You might also post the package information about your installed vim

zypper info vim

And, are you saying that you’re getting that error when you launch vim? Ordinarily you should see a headline “VIM - Vi Improved” followed by lines that display the version, credit and license, then a request for helping children in Uganda, then more.

TSU

And, are you saying that you’re getting that error when you launch vim?

Yes.

Here is screenshot
http://s32.postimg.org/ayongslq9/yocompleteme_problem.jpg](http://postimg.org/image/ayongslq9/)

Information for package vim:
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Repository: openSUSE-Leap-42.1-Oss
Name: vim
Version: 7.4.326-3.10
Arch: x86_64
Vendor: openSUSE
Installed: Yes
Status: up-to-date
Installed Size: 2.6 MiB
Summary: Vi IMproved
Description: 
  Vim (Vi IMproved) is an almost compatible version of the UNIX editor
  vi. Almost every possible command can be performed using only ASCII
  characters. Only the 'Q' command is missing (you do not need it). Many
  new features have been added: multilevel undo, command line history,
  file name completion, block operations, and editing of binary data.
  Vi is available for the AMIGA, MS-DOS, Windows NT, and various versions
  of UNIX.
  For SUSE Linux, Vim is used as /usr/bin/vi.


I have found solution.

# zypper in python-pip

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# pip2 install future

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