Command line switch to source a script

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created June 26, 2002 · complexity basic · author Max Ischenko · version 6.0


Use the -S option to start Vim and source a script file:

gvim -S foobar.vim

This tip is trivial, but I see the following too often. Time to update your mind!

gvim -c ":so foobar.vim"

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