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Re: How to start Vi in command line in Windows XP?

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  • Guopeng Wen
    ... If you perform a full installation of VIM on windows, the installer will create gvim.bat and vim.bat in system directory. In that way, you need not
    Message 1 of 9 , Mar 30, 2006
      On 3/30/06, Xiaoshen Li <xli6@...> wrote:
      > Dear All,
      >
      > 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.

      If you perform a full installation of VIM on windows, the installer will
      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
      helps.

      Regards!

      --

      Guopeng
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