Re: expand('%<.exe') omits the '.exe'?
- On 12/21/10, Christian Brabandt <cblists@...> wrote:
> On Tue, December 21, 2010 8:38 am, H Xu wrote:Hi,
>> I want to use '%<.exe' to access the exe file whose title is the same
>> with the file which is currently edited. For example, current buffer
>> is a.c, is it possible to access a.exe by expanding '%<.exe'? If I
>> don't use '%' here, what should I use?
>> Thanks for your help.
> (Please don't top poste).
> Don't use expand(). It's easier if you use simple ex-commands, e.g.
> :e %<.exe
> would edit the .exe file for the file currently edited (silly example,
> as this does not make sense to edit binary files).
> Or an example I use regularly when editing latex files:
> :! xpdf %<.pdf
> (from the faq: http://vimhelp.appspot.com/vim_faq.txt.html#faq-16.1)
That doesn't suit my case. Now I have used another way to make it.
Thanks all the same.
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