- Apr 30, 2003On 2003-04-30, Tom Smith <tom@...> wrote:
> Will removing this file (mswin.vim) cause any side effects? It seems toIt depends on what you think of as "side effects." One person's
> be causing some wierd problems that, when run as "gvim -u NONE -U NONE",
> are no longer present.
side effects are another person's features.
Seriously, I wouldn't remove the file--simply delete or comment-out
from C:\Vim\_vimrc. You may also want to delete or comment-out
Personally, I like gvim on my Windows box to behave identically to vim
on my Unix systems, so I remove both those lines and
as well, then add relevant parts of my Unix ~/.vimrc.
Gary Johnson | Agilent Technologies
garyjohn@... | Wireless Division
| Spokane, Washington, USA
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