On Windows, with gvim -N -u NONE -i NONE, I can :cd to a directory
containing a file whose name starts with a '+' character.
In order to edit this file, I must edit it with ./ prepended to the
file name, or give a full path.
Additionally, if I just press :e <Tab> to complete the file names, a
'\' is prepended, which on Windows at least, looks for the file in the
root directory, rather than escaping the '+'.
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