As an IT administrator, it is important to be able to open new files in the current directory with GVim on Windows. This process can be done quickly and easily by following a few steps.
First, open the Command Prompt by navigating to the Start Menu and selecting “Command Prompt” from the Accessories section.
Once the Command Prompt window is open, navigate to the directory containing the file that you wish to open in GVim. To do this, type in the “cd” command followed by the path of the directory in which the file is located. For example, to navigate to the “Documents” folder on your C drive, type in the following command: cd C:\\Documents.
Once you have navigated to the desired directory, type in the command “gvim
If you wish to open multiple files in GVim, you can simply type in the “gvim” command followed by each file name. For example, to open three files in GVim, type in the following command: gvim file1.txt file2.txt file3.txt.
If you wish to open all files in the current directory in GVim, you can use the command “gvim *”. This will open all files in the current directory in GVim, with each file name shown in the title bar.
Finally, if you wish to save the changes you have made to the file in GVim, simply press the “Ctrl” and “S” keys together. This will save the changes you have made to the file.
By following these steps, you can easily open new files in the current directory with GVim on Windows. This process is a quick and easy way to edit and save files in GVim.