I see that starting Vim as "ex -s", while 'compatible' is set, doesn't open an rc file (as per POSIX ex), but does load plugins. Is that intentional? Should it not be as POSIX like as possible so that one-liners (eg., "ex -s file <<< $'s/foo/bar\nw'") are as compatible and as lightweight as possible? If plugins were desired in this scenario, one would call it as "vim".
For scripted one-liners, sadly, "ed" is not as widespread as I'd like. "ex" is an alternative, but is inefficient and could have unexpected consequences if a user's Vim plugins are loaded.
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