Vim and Cygnus
Mon Jun 5 08:44:00 GMT 2000
On Mon, Jun 05, 2000 at 07:26:16PM +1000, raf wrote:
>> I am using Cygnus tools (cygwin 1.1) and Vim for my development (powerful
>> combination). My shell is bash and the cygnus root is D:/root. Cygwin has
>> created certain mount points for convenience :
>> $ mount
>> D:\root\bin /usr/bin user binmode
>> D:\root\lib /usr/lib user binmode
>> D:\root / user binmode
>> $ cat /tmp/x
>> Test file
>> $vim /tmp/x
>> [New File]
>> Vim searches for a file called D:/tmp/x which does not exist.
>> Is there any way by which I can make Vim recognize cygwin mount points?
>there's a precompiled cygwin gvim binary at http://www.zip.com.au/~raf2/vim/
Also, as in most software projects, the "Cygnus" web page at:
has a wealth of information about ported programs.
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