Re: Bug? vim -e -s < f1 a
- Mikolaj Machowski wrote:
> vim63a.6, big, perl, python, gcc3.3.1Your command file doesn't mention writing the file or exit. Silent Ex
> I understand
> vim -e -s < f1 a
> (where f1 is
> :0r c
> should output to STDIN connected files c and a.
> But output is empty.
> vim -s f1 a
> works properly.
mode always exits when EOF is read on the input. In this case nothing
gets written, changes are lost. That doesn't happen when not in Ex
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