- Feb 21, 2003
> Could someone describe the mswin.vim script?well, it's this pain in the...oh, you mean... ;)
> (how to use it and how to get it) I like vim because I use itI'm not sure if it's included in non-windows distributions...but it comes
> on linux, but I am wrestling a bit with it on windows. (
with the Windows install, and is dropped right in your vim directory.
Usually the default vimrc will source this file. Disabling it is as
simple as commenting/deleting the "source mswin.vim" line in your vimrc.
If you *want* it (rolls eyes) on another platform, check to make sure
you've got the mswin.vim file in your vim folder and just add the
(or "source $VIM/vim61/mswin.vim" adjusted for your paths)
For details on the script, it's pretty easy to understand when you open up
the mswin.vim file. It's got comments that are hard to mistake :)
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