On Fri, 2007-10-12 at 21:15 +0200, Kamadev Bhanuprasad wrote:
> I have recently installed a new Linux distribution (Open SUSE 10.3)
> and subsequently switched to new version of Cream. However, it looks
> like the new version is not compatible with my usual working style
> with Cream. I was used to just to type "cream filename" on a console
> and have many windows opened at the same time. Unfortunately, the
> current default settings do not allow this setting. When I try to
> open second window, the Cream fails with error "swap file for file
> XXX already exists" although it's not true - no such swap file
> exists. It looks like I can by-pass this by simultaneously enabling
> "Tabbed documents" and "Single session mode", however, to my opinion
> this is a bug anyway...
[referencing a 29 Aug thread...]
Multiple sessions were eliminated to speed start-up, eliminate window
flutter, and fix all the bugs associated with multiple sessions
over-writing each other's preferences (Settings, Recent File menu,
etc.). We missed removing the option from the Settings menu in 0.39.
Correct implementation of this feature is dependent on upstream Vim
adding a feature to properly support multiple sessions.
Steve Hall [ digitect dancingpaper com ]
:: Cream... usability for Vim