36739RE: Tabs revisited
- Jun 1, 2004Vince Negri wrote:
> There is something strange happening.The order of execution is different. Firs the vimrc file is used, then
> if I do Benji's
> vim -N -u NONE +"set wh=999 wmh=0 ls=2" -o file1 file2 file3
> Then I get three status lines for the three files.
> *but* if I create a _vimrc which has only the line
> set wh=999 wmh=0 ls=2
> in it, and then do
> vim -N -u _vimrc -o file1 file2 file3
> I only get status lines for file1 and file2.
> Surely those two commands ought to be equivalent?
the files are loaded, then command arguments are executed. Thus in the
first example you set 'winheight' after opening the windows.
That ":all" uses 'winheight' was discussed previously. It's not nice in
this situation, but useful in others (e.g., to avoid you end up with 12
one-line windows in a 25 line terminal).
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