[Bug 46209] Re: Nautilus Passes Relative Path to vim for Remote Files
rgabriel at nycap.rr.com
Fri Jun 30 20:41:50 UTC 2006
I tested this and I think that in your syntax above, "path" refers to
the absolute path with leading slashes. When I substitute an absolute
path including the leading slash for the word "path" in your above
command line example, it works correctly and opens the remote file.
Working command line example:
gvim -f sftp://SERVER//home/USER/FILE.txt
In this case, "path" is "/home/USER/FILE.txt". That being said, does
this still indicate a vim bug?
Nautilus Passes Relative Path to vim for Remote Files
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