138663Gvim starting up in C:\temp??
- Jul 25, 2013Ben Fritz wrote:
> > I've never seen that problem, and I use shellslash in my config.Why would -N ever be needed when typing 'gvim'?
> > Does it work with launching Vim as follows?
> > gvim -N -u NONE -U NONE -i NONE --cmd "set shellslash" fb17X/content/firebug/chrome.js
> > I know that the 'shellslash' option can make shellescape() do bad things on Windows, and it makes paths copied from Vim or passed to shell commands sometimes fail, but I don't know of any other ill effects.
-u NONE says to ignore my .vimrc
but --cmd "set shellslash" says to execute that command before
any .vimrc or .gvimrc.
I made sure it was first in my .vimrc, since there was a
set "set autochdir" about 3 lines in that could trigger a
chdir I'd guess.
So if shellslash was set first, ..
Now I get... Ah ha... I figured out where it is executing
I mistyped iotest as iotset and it came up
saying there was a swap file C:\tmp/iotest
Why is it in C:\tmp? (when I started in my home dir/profiledir).
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