I'm trying to disable swapfile creation. Gvim seems to honor
in ~/.vimrc and /root/.vimrc, but Cream is ignoring it.
at the end of:
That didn't work.
Suggestions where I should look, please? TIA gentlesapients.
Additional explanation only for those tempted to reply "Don't DO that
because . . .":
With no disrespect intended, here's why I believe that would not be a
1-I'm the only user on my system.
2-I deal with backups of critical text files in my own way. I open all
text files (in the broad sense, including xml, etc.) with a script
that offers a choice of editors with or without backup creation, tests
for needed permissions on the file and its parent directory and then
opens with or without gksu as needed. If a backup is chosen, it is
dated in the filename. So the system is uniform, no matter what editor
I use, I DON'T NEED an additional safety net. The safety net I already
have is better.
3-I've edited sudoers without visudo for years and I haven't had a
disaster yet. Gimme a break. Thank you.
On Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 8:20 PM, plmalternate plmalternate <
> I'm trying to disable swapfile creation. Gvim seems to honor
> set noswapfile
> in ~/.vimrc and /root/.vimrc, but Cream is ignoring it.
> I added
> set noswapfile
> at the end of:
This is sourced BEFORE Cream's intialization.
> and rebooted.
> That didn't work.
> Suggestions where I should look, please? TIA gentlesapients.
Since Cream sets swapfile during startup, you want to put it in
cream-user.vim which is triggered AFTER initialization:
Does that work?
Steve Hall [ digitect dancingpaper com ]
:: Cream for Vim http://cream.sourceforge.net
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