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editing remote files

Walter Cazzola-2
Dear Vimmers,
I've recently passed from vim 7.4 to 8.2.

I was used to administer my remote server through

    gvim -p --nofork scp://user@server/file1 scp://user@server/file2 ...

But now it get stuck without asking me the password.

Digging a little bit the problem I found that replacing -p with -o or -O works
as expected.

Running gvim with -V9 the log stops on

    XSMP handling save-yourself request

no tab appears, no file is visible, I can just kill gvim from the shell.

Is it changed something in netrw or am I doing something wrong?

Thank you for your help
Walter

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Re: editing remote files

Ruben Safir
On 3/11/20 7:34 PM, Walter Cazzola wrote:

> Dear Vimmers,
> I've recently passed from vim 7.4 to 8.2.
>
> I was used to administer my remote server through
>
>    gvim -p --nofork scp://user@server/file1 scp://user@server/file2 ...
>
> But now it get stuck without asking me the password.
>
> Digging a little bit the problem I found that replacing -p with -o or -O
> works
> as expected.
>
> Running gvim with -V9 the log stops on
>
>    XSMP handling save-yourself request
>
> no tab appears, no file is visible, I can just kill gvim from the shell.
>
> Is it changed something in netrw or am I doing something wrong?
>
> Thank you for your help
> Walter
>


did you try ssh -X



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