Re: gvim, --remote-tab and new tabs, gvim 7.0c beta
- Thomas Engelke wrote:
> I start my gvim from Total Commander, using it as the standard editorUse --remote-tab-silent.
> (F4), using \path\to\gvim.exe --remote-tab <filename>.
> When the gvim is the first instance starting (in the morning, after
> turning the computer on), this gives me a (true) warning: "E247: Kein
> registrierter Server-Name "GVIM": Send failed. Trying to execute
> locally" (roughly translated as "no registered server: "gvim"). How
> can I avoid this message, wanting to start vim (if not already
> existent) as a new server, but attach to a server (when one exists)?
> Using "ok" in the message, I get a new gvim-window with 2 tabs: OneThat is a bug.
> "no name" and one with the file I want to edit. Is that wanted, and,
> if so, how can I prevent the "no name" from opening?
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