From: Steve Hall <digitect@da...> - 2007-05-02 20:28:08
From: "Pete Eakle", Wed, May 02, 2007 3:36 pm
> in the past I've installed plain Vim and I get this handy "Edit all
> in single vim" menuitem on the popup menu in windows Explorer. I can
> select a group of files and then edit them all in a single vim via
> this menuitem and :n between the files.
> I installed Cream, and I no longer see this menuitem. I can still
> drag-and-drop a group of files onto the vim icon on my desktop and
> get this behavior, but it was nice having the menuitem.
> Any ideas how I can get that menuitem back now that I have Cream?
You should find that Cream's menu item "Edit with Cream/Vim" handles
multiple files. Just make sure the single session mode preference is
For Vim, this would be handled by gvimext.dll, the "case-sensitive
context menu" option that should be installed by default. But I don't
recall seeing an option to edit multiple files in a single Vim, is it
possible that you added some custom registry entry in the past? I know
you can use a registry pointer to a .vbs script that manages spaces in
filenames and argument quoting (see cream\docs\WINDOWS.txt), but I'm
not sure how you'd get it otherwise if the gvimext.dll doesn't provide
Steve Hall [ digitect dancingpaper com ]
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