Re: Bug with WinXP Docs & Settings path
- Joel Nothman wrote:
> GVim for Windows attempts to store the _viminfo file in path "DocumentsVim uses $HOME or $VIM to store the _viminfo file. It doesn't make up
> and Settings/Username/".
> On my computer, my documents and settings path is not on C:, rather D: and
> is called D:\WinProfiles.
> When GVim tries to save _viminfo, it attempts to save to
> C:\WinProfiles\_viminfo. Basically, it allows for a different D&S folder
> but, it seems, not a different drive letter!
path names, something on your system must be causing the confusion.
> Any remedies until the bug is fixed?You can use the "n" item of the 'viminfo' option to specify a file name.
But if the _viminfo file is in the wrong place, how would Vim find your
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