53853Re: vimrc on windows
- Sep 29, 2004Mathias Michaelis <michaelis@...> wrote:
> Bonjour AntoineExplorer might interpret them as soft links. But I'm not sure w're talking
> > On systems where soft links are possible (they are on Unix, and
> > I've heard they are possible on NTFS filesystems too but I'm not
> > yet as deep versed as that into the "novelties" of NT-like systems)
> Soft links are common files that ends up with .lnk. I can't imagine
> that vim will interpret that as soft links.
about the same thing. .LNK shortcuts existed on my W98 system (on a FAT32
filesystem) but I've heard say that NTFS had a kind of soft links that FAT32
hasn't got. I'm not sure what it is, though.
>If I do just "dir" (which is what I did) I don't. But I do see it (as
> > NB. I don't see an "Application Data" subdir in my C:\Documents and
> > Settings\Tony (aka %USERPROFILE%) on my new (French-language) XP
> > system. The nearest to it that I can see is "Mes documents".
> No, I don't mean "my documents". The directory I mean is hidden, and
> it's name depends unfortunately on the language. Perhaps it is
> listet when you type "dir" in a cmd.exe window.
"Application Data") with "dir /a: " or in Windows Explorer, where I
configured the folders to show hidden files, albeit in a different color
(not as bright).
>Try to change Bram's mind about where Vim files must go. I'm happy with the
> I will summarise our discussion soon and then see if I or the
> community can learn something about it. But this is to say that I
> worked hard to find a configuration of vim that matches the "windows
> philosophy" of storing the configuration data.
> Till soon,
existing "vim philosophy" of storing them.
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