Re: How to start Vi in command line in Windows XP?
- On 3/30/06, Xiaoshen Li <xli6@...> wrote:
> Dear All,If you perform a full installation of VIM on windows, the installer will
> I have installed gVim at my Windows XP computer at C:\Program Files\Vim.
> I am wondering how I can start vi from cmd window. In another words, how
> to start vim as command line.
> Right now, if I just type vi in command, it is not recognized. May be I
> should set Path. But I don't know what to set.
> Thank you very much.
create gvim.bat and vim.bat in system directory. In that way, you
need not include VIM install directory in your path. Check if that