Re: gVim under Win32 and the registry
- Giuseppe Bilotta wrote:
> this short note describes a couple of extra registry changesThis sounds like a good thing to add. I suppose this can be done in
> that can improve integration of gVim and Windows under Win32
> systems. The following registry file:
> === gvim_def.reg ===
> @="c:\\vim\\vim62\\gvim.exe \"%1\""
> makes two changes.
> First, it adds gvim.exe to the list of "known apps": this means
> that "Vi Improved - A Text Editor" will appear in the "Open
> With ..." list.
> Second, it adds the above mentioned "known app" to the list of
> HTML editors: the user will now be able to select "Vi Improved
> - A Text Editor" from the list of HTML editors for Internet
> Explorer. [Properties -> Programs dialog (the one where one
> has the option to choose the default HTML Editor, mail client,
> news client, etc)]
> The only downside of this registry change is that the changes
> will work for sure only if the user has Windows 98 or up (it
> might work under Windows 95 with IE 4.01 installed, but I'm not
> sure about it and cannot test). Feel free to consider it for
> integration in the Win32 distribution of ViM.
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