>From: Bram@... [mailto:Bram@...]
>Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2004 2:03 AM
>To: Keith Roberts
>Cc: Antoine J. Mechelynck; vim-ML
>Subject: RE: Gvim changes uid:gid when writing a file accessed
>Keith Roberts wrote:
>> Update (for anyone else out there with the same problem):
>> 1) if you :set bkc=yes and :w it does work the way it should, BUT
>> 2) if you use sessions, :mksession does a :set nocp right up top,
>> *undoes* the 'bkc' setting!! Now there's been an item in the To Do
>> list for this for a long time -- months, perhaps more than a year --
>> turned in by my brother (Ron Aaron). I imagine he reported this
>> because of me, but at that time I didn't have time (or knowhow) to
>> find a solution for it.
>":mksession" generates a script that only resets 'compatible'
>when it's not off yet. All option values are restored anyway.
> Are you using an old Vim version? This was changed in patch >6.2.437.
Ah, very good. I'm still on 6.2.287 -- haven't upgraded to Ron's latest
yet because he changed some things on me that require some significant
changes of my own. :)
But that means that http://vim.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/todo.html
incorrect, as it still shows up there.
What's the easiest way to find out if something's been fixed in a newer
release than I have?