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Re: Multiple Sessions?

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  • Daniel Lee
    Have you tried bypassing open and just calling vim directly from the command line? You d probably need to find the full path of the vim command if it isn t
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 19, 2003
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      Have you tried bypassing 'open' and just calling vim
      directly from the command line? You'd probably need to
      find the full path of the vim command if it isn't in
      your environment PATH variable.

      --- Anna Schwind <aschwind@...> wrote:
      > Greetings -
      >
      > I've been using the Carbon version of Vim for
      > several months now, and I
      > love it, but I'm having one particular problem with
      > it that I hope
      > someone here can solve for me.
      >
      > Typically, I use the recommended open -a vim foo.txt
      > to edit files, but
      > I find that I cannot seem to start more than one
      > session at a time by
      > this method. I can split-open all day long, but
      > under linux I have come
      > into the habit of having multiple vim sessions
      > (separate windows) open
      > at once. Can someone give me indications on how to
      > do this under Mac OS
      > X?
      >
      > Particulars :
      > Mac OS X 10.1.5
      > VIM 6.1.184
      >
      > Many thanks,
      > Anna
      > --
      > Anna Schwind <aschwind@...>
      > Mississippi Department of Archives & History
      >


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