Re: gvim 6.2 Win32 - _vimrc usage = lost nice windowsiness!
- On 2003-09-26, Michael Erskine <Michael.Erskine@...> wrote:
> I've been playing with Gvim 6.2 for a few days now and I'm wanting toThe default Windows installation includes a _vimrc file--I don't
> know a bit more about customisation. I have dropped in a few plugins
> (cream-sort.vim calendar.vim guifont++.vim) and they work fine when
> asked for. I want to alter a few things at startup -- so I created
> $HOME/_vimrc which works fine for a few things. Unfortunately, if I have
> a _vimrc my "windowsiness" disappears i.e. my keymappings and other
> magic seem to be reset, e.g. CTRL-V goes back to its default meaning
> rather than "paste", etc.
> I'm not sure where gvim would've picked up the "windowsiness" when the
> _vimrc is absent - I guess I'll have to replicate whatever those
> settings are from wherever they are. Can anyone point me there?
know what might have happened to your installation. Maybe it's
because you're using $HOME and I just put everything under C:\Vim.
Anyway, the default C:\Vim|_vimrc contains these lines:
let opt = ''
if &diffopt =~ 'icase' | let opt = opt . '-i ' | endif
if &diffopt =~ 'iwhite' | let opt = opt . '-b ' | endif
silent execute '!C:\Vim\vim62\diff -a ' . opt . v:fname_in . ' ' . v:fname_new . ' > ' . v:fname_out
I have modified my _vimrc some, but I'm pretty sure those are the
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