Re: GVim fails to load file whose path contains '#' when called with --remote-silent
- Tony Mechelynck wrote:
> On 02/11/12 01:07, Axel wrote:This is already in the todo list, around line 997.
> > Steps:
> > 1) md c#
> > 2) cd c#
> > 3) gvim --remote-silent test.cs
> > GVim starts up and displays "E194: No alternate filename to substitute for '#'".
> > GVim 7.3.712 on Windows 7 (64-bit).
> > The error doesn't show up if --remote-silent is omitted.
> When using the |clientserver| feature, the client (the Vim instance
> which gets the command-line arguments and passes them to the server)
> doesn't know the server's PWD so it has to pass an absolute path. Try
> passing "../c#/test.cs" with the quotes. On Windows you might also try
> "..\c#\test.cs". If neither of these work, try adding a backslash before
> the #: "../c\#/test.cs" or maybe with single quotes: '../c\#/test.cs'.
> Bram, what do you think? Bug or feature?
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