- At 4:00 AM -0500 on Saturday, August 2, 2003, ripley@...-
berlin.de <ripley@...-berlin.de> wrote:
>Jason McIntosh wrote:On my copy of Vim (6.2.056), this script just opens each file in a
>> As an aside to that, for those who use the command line, if you setup a
>> shell script with the following:
>> /Applications/vim/Vim.app/Contents/MacOS/Vim -g $1 &
>Throwing my knowledge of unix scripting in, I'd make it like
>#!/bin/sh (never rely on bash except when you really want to use some of
> its additional features!)
>/Applications/vim/Vim.app/Contents/MacOS/Vim -g "$@" &
>This will allow you to start a separate instance of vim for several files,
>file names with quoted spaces included, like
>mvim file1.txt "this has spaces.txt"
separate buffer instead of in a separate instance of Vim (each file in
its own window).