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Re: :w causes 0kb random numbered file creation

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  • R. Hicks
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    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 3 3:12 PM
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      On 8/1/09 9:32 AM, Paul Foster wrote:
      > I'm using gvim 7.2 on Windows XP and Windows 7 RC1 to edit files on a
      > mapped drive (samba share).
      >
      > Whenever I save a file with :w a new randomly numbered file (4-5 chars)
      > is created in the current directory. So after a good editing session I
      > can have hundreds of these empty numbered files littered throughout my
      > directory structure - which is a real pain.
      >
      > It only occurs on mapped drives, not local disks.
      >
      > Anyone have any idea?
      >

      Does

      :messages

      give you anything useful?


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    • Paul Foster
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      Message 2 of 3 , Aug 5 3:25 AM
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        Nothing of use, no.

        On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 10:12 PM, R. Hicks <sigzero@...> wrote:

        On 8/1/09 9:32 AM, Paul Foster wrote:
        > I'm using gvim 7.2 on Windows XP and Windows 7 RC1 to edit files on a
        > mapped drive (samba share).
        >
        > Whenever I save a file with :w a new randomly numbered file (4-5 chars)
        > is created in the current directory.  So after a good editing session I
        > can have hundreds of these empty numbered files littered throughout my
        > directory structure - which is a real pain.
        >
        > It only occurs on mapped drives, not local disks.
        >
        > Anyone have any idea?
        >

        Does

        :messages

        give you anything useful?





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