>From: "Tony Mechelynck" <antoine.mechelynck@...>
>IIUC, the OLE mechanism doesn't allow you to choose to which
>instance of gvim your messages go. You get the first OLE-enabled
>instance of gvim.
>A workaround would be to compile a non-OLE version of gvim, give
>both versions different names, register the OLE version using the
>--register command-line argument, and do all your editing with the
>non-OLE version until or unless you need the OLE capability.
Thanks, but that doesn't work for me. I use gvim as a external editor for
my application. I cannot claim the application's users to use non-OLE
version of gvim or OLE version gvim.
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