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Re: How to start windows version gvim for cygwin correctly?
Thank you for you script. I don't change $HOME, $VIM, $VIMRUNTIME in cygwin,
because I'm afraid there are some potential conflicts. Do I have to worry
Instead, I add the -i and -u option to invoke gvim. It works. BTW, what's
the best place to store cyg-wrapper.sh . I store it to /usr/bin. Is /bin
alias gvim='cyg-wrapper.sh "D:/Progra~1/vim/vim61/gvim.exe -u
send,--remote-expr --cyg-verbose --fork=2'
----- Original Message -----
From: "Luc Hermitte" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2004 8:08 PM
Subject: Re: How to start windows version gvim for cygwin correctly?
> * On Tue, May 11, 2004 at 07:46:04PM -0700, Peng Yu
> > But I can not change the directory "Programs Files" to other names.
> > Is there anyway to include blank in the alias command?
> I made cyg-wrapper.sh  to launch gVim-win32 (at first) from cygwin,
> but it should not solve your problem which is probably specific to vim.
> Unless ....
> Are your environment variables ($HOME, $VIM, $VIMRUNTIME) different
> within cygwin and windows ? If so, fix this.
>  http://hermitte.free.fr/cygwin/#Win32
> Luc Hermitte
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