On Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 4:53:10 AM UTC-5, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> Matthew Desjardins wrote:
> > > > After 8.0.159, opening the command-line window causes my Vim to crash.
> > > > I've tried with using "-N -u NONE -U NONE", with both Windows 7 and
> > > > Windows 10 Vim and Gvim, as well as with various Cygwin-compiled Vims,
> > > > all of which crash when using the command-line window. Can someone
> > > > help?
> > >
> > > Try 8.0.0160.
> > No difference in 8.0.0160 (and 170).
> Hmm, what exactly do you type?
> Does it still happen without -N? If not, try renaming your .viminfo
> file, maybe it contains something harmful.
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Typing anything did it, and it made no difference with or without -N and with
or without a .viminfo present. However I could only reproduce this on Windows
All that being said, I no longer experience this after 8.0.0172
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