When 'acd' is set, 'vim -S' open files in wrong directory.
To reproduce:

1. make your ~/.vimrc 1-liner 'set acd'
  (Alternatively, use use "vim -u NONE -c 'set acd'" instead of vim
in commands below).
2. vim ~/xxx            # or
:he options.txt
           " now you have two files open: (1) ~/xxx (2)
$VIMRUNTIME/doc/options.txt
:mksession! /tmp/3
:q!
3. vim -S /tmp/3
4. You'll see that buffer 'options.txt' is empty.
':pwd' in window of options.txt shows that current directory is incorrect.

The problem is that ':edit' commands in session-file do not
contain full paths. Incomplete paths do not work when 'acd' is set.
Here are relevant lines from sessionfile, the /tmp/3:

  cd /usr/local/share/vim/vim70/doc
  edit ~/xxx
  edit options.txt

This (3rd line)does not work with 'set acd'. I think all filenames
must be with full path like

  edit ~/xxx
  edit /usr/local/share/vim/vim70/doc/options.txt

Yakov

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