24748Re: Re: opening files in win NT
- Jan 2, 2002Any chance this group could be split into M$ and a *nix groups?
--- John Kilbourne <jkilbour@...> wrote:
>I don't know if i messed up somehting in doing this, but I do not_____________________________________________________________
>have a "gvim.exe" "%1" file, just a gvim.exe, which I have set as the
>executable. How important is the -space_percent_1 part, and how do I
>get that file back?
>------------------ Reply Separator --------------------
>Originally From: "Alex Angelopoulos" <alex@...>
>Subject: Re: opening files in win NT
>Date: 01/01/2002 05:54pm
>Make sure GVim is set as the registered handler for openiong those,
>of course. To get it to open correctly, if you go and check the
>file types, you shuld have something like this defined as the command
>for opening -
>A simple trick I always do is put a shortcut to vim into my "SendTo"
>folder - this opens things correctly even if there are spaces
>in the path, since Windows correctly interprets it.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "John Kilbourne" <jkilbour@...>
>Sent: Tuesday/2002 January 01 17:14
>Subject: opening files in win NT
>: I have set the Windows Explorer settings (View->Options->FileTypes-
>: >etc.) to use GVim as the default file opener for C,cpp and other
>: file extensions, but when I double click on such files I get a blank
>: gvim window. I must go to File-Open and manually open the file to be
>: able to edit in GVim. I don't know if this is a Windows problem or a
>: vim problem, but it is *my* problem. How can I make it so I can
>: double click on a file to edit it in Windows?
>: Thank you.
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