Re: Remove message "Cannot Load registered type library" : "Do you want to register"
- On Aug 30, 10:16 pm, Tony Mechelynck <antoine.mechely...@...>
> > :: run Vim so I can use it (then wait for it to close)(I'm using Windows 2000 SP4, and Windows 2003 SP2.) I find it does
> > %~d0\vim\vim72\gvim
> with standard Vim, this doesn't wait for it to close, it continues as
> soon as Vim has done the Windows equivalent of "forking", which happens
> at some point during startup.
> :help -f
wait in a batch file, although if you type it into a command prompt
yourself it won't wait. I think this is Windows behaviour, the
following commands in a batch file behave in the same way and pause
after notepad has appeared.
If you want to avoid pausing you can use the "start" command, from a
quick test this seems to work with the VIM batch file without side
effects. Therefore I've changed the middle line to the below which
reduces screen clutter since the Command prompt window closes
:: run Vim so I can use it (don't wait for it to close, so we can
:: immediately get rid of the Cmd prompt window)
> This will probably prevent any use of Vim as an OLE server, so youThat would be a cleaner solution.
> could just as well compile it with OLE=no.
> Best regards,regards,
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