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Re[2]: opening filename beginning with # - win32

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  • Alvin
    Hello ... yes, this is what i get. the window (gvim) title shows e: directory#filename.ext. the separator is missing. i can open up the file
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 28, 2001
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      Hello ...

      yes, this is what i get. the window (gvim) title shows
      e:\directory#filename.ext. the separator is missing.

      i can open up the file with no problem but only thing is, it's an
      empty file; just blank.


      Wednesday, March 28, 2001, 05:13:11 PM, you wrote:
      FJ> Hello Alvin

      FJ> I checked it partly (vim is not a general default editor
      FJ> in my NT installation) and i opened a file
      FJ> ( c:\cygwin\home\jf\#xx.txt) by right mouse menue (using
      FJ> vim ole support) and I got an opened file but with a very
      FJ> strange window title "c:\cygwin\home\jf#xx.txt" (the dir
      FJ> seperator between basename and dirname is missing !!!).
      FJ> Doubleklinking c:\cygwin\home\jf\#xx.vim in a windows
      FJ> desktop file manager "Arbeitsplatz" in german
      FJ> Windows NT 4.0 WS SP 6+ opens the file, with the same
      FJ> strange result (title = "c:\cygwin\home\jf#xx.vim" .

      FJ> I think this is a error or feature in your
      FJ> current file manager environment.

      FJ> Yours
      FJ> Jörg



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      Alvin mailto:lvn@...
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