Re: filereadable() while using cygwin shell in gVim
On 13/04/10 22:11, esquifit wrote:
> Yes, you're right. I first expected being able to pass the same string
> representing a file path to functions like filereadable() and
> system(), but I now understand that both functions are actually
> different creatures.
> As for how to compile vim in cygwing, thanks to both you and pansz for
> the suggestion and offered support. I'm also reluctant to install gcc
> and a bunch of other programs and libraries only for this. My computer
> is provided by my employer and I want to keep "non-compliant" software
> to a minimum, with deviations only where this means a clear
> productivity gain. So, it is not only the time factor what prevents me
> from doing it.
> Thanks also for the hint about posting at the bottom, I should have
> noticed it by myself.
You might be interested in the cygpath program. In Cygwin, use
after making sure that the program is installed.
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