I have a script which performs some action and then pipes the
stdout to Neovim so that I can look at it with syntax highlighting and do all the other nice things I can do with vim.
However, as this is a temporary file just used for inspecting the (possibly very long) output of the command, I almost never want to actually save the file. When I
:q to exit, I get
E37: No write since last change (add ! to override) as expected.
:set ro but I still get
E37 when exiting. I could of course train myself to just use
:q! for this particular scenario, but I'd rather come up with a better solution.
Is there some argument I can pass to
nvim in my script that will prevent
E37 when I