My Windows gvim _vimrc file

To find the _vimrc file used by gvim under Windows, simply select the “Edit” menu followed by “Startup Settings” — this will bring up the file for editing.

To convert the syntax-highlighted _vimrc file to HTML, first do “:let htm_use_css=1”, then do “:TOhtml”. This will bring up a HTML-ized version of your file with the appropriate CSS in a new window.

set nocompatible
source $VIMRUNTIME/vimrc_example.vim
source $VIMRUNTIME/mswin.vim
behave mswin

set gfn=Lucida_Console:h11:cANSI
colorscheme midnight
set columns=9999 lines=99999 "Sort of maximize window on startup"
set guioptions-=T "Get rid of toolbar"
set guioptions-=r "Get rid of scrollbars"

set diffexpr=MyDiff()
function MyDiff()
  let opt = '-a --binary '
  if &diffopt =~ 'icase' | let opt = opt . '-i ' | endif
  if &diffopt =~ 'iwhite' | let opt = opt . '-b ' | endif
  let arg1 = v:fname_in
  if arg1 =~ ' ' | let arg1 = '"' . arg1 . '"' | endif
  let arg2 = v:fname_new
  if arg2 =~ ' ' | let arg2 = '"' . arg2 . '"' | endif
  let arg3 = v:fname_out
  if arg3 =~ ' ' | let arg3 = '"' . arg3 . '"' | endif
  let eq = ''
  if $VIMRUNTIME =~ ' '
    if &sh =~ '\<cmd'
      let cmd = '""' . $VIMRUNTIME . '\diff"'
      let eq = '"'
    else
      let cmd = substitute($VIMRUNTIME, ' ', '" ', '') . '\diff"'
    endif
  else
    let cmd = $VIMRUNTIME . '\diff'
  endif
  silent execute '!' . cmd . ' ' . opt . arg1 . ' ' . arg2 . ' > ' . arg3 . eq
endfunction

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