Neil Bird <neil@...
> In the Tornado IDE we're currently using, I have Vim set up as
> external editor:
> "D:\Program Files\Vim\vim62\gvim.exe" --cmd "exe 'cd '
> fnamemodify('$filename',':p:h')" --servername tornado --remote-silent
> +$lineno $filename
> This used to work no probs., but now vim seems to be displaying
> those command line commands as if I'd typed 'em, and asks for a
> prompt before I can edit:
> > cd -
> > 2235
> > call foreground()
> Hit ENTER or type command to continue
> Am I missing an option now?
...\gvim.exe --cmd "exe 'set cmdheight=3 | cd ' (the rest inchanged) will
alleviate your problem by allocating 3 lines to the (internal) gvim command
line, but I'm not sure this is what you want. See also :help hit-enter