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Re: [vox-tech] vim question
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Re: [vox-tech] vim question

Hi Peter:

Look in ~/.viminfo

There should be a line like:

# File marks:
'0  37  0  ~/textfile3.txt
'1  35  0  ~/textfile.txt

I think that is the place that you are talking about.




--- Peter Jay Salzman <p@dirac.org> wrote:
> hi lugod,
> i've seen vim on a mandrake system which, when opening a file a second
> time, will place the cursor at its last position when the file was
> initially opened.
> anyone know how to get vim to do this?
> i've checked the ~/.vimrc and can find nothing that does this.  i also
> checked bash aliases to make sure vim wasn't aliased to vim plus some
> command line switches.   nothing.
> i'd like for my own vim to do this.  anyone know the magic?
> pete
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