How to execute ahk (AutoHotScripts) scripts using Gvim. Let say I have interpreter:

"C:\Program Files\AutoHotkey\AutoHotkey.exe" /ErrorStdOut "d:\ahk\myscript.ahk" 2>"Syntax-Error Log.txt"

While I am in normal mode in Gvim I press leader s.Screen divides into two windows.New window with Error Stream shows at the bottom. Similar to every IDE behaviour when you run/debug program. Window focus should stay at the window with ahk script. If everything is OK, than ahk script is executed.


I manage to do partial solution, but still there is problem with, nesting errorlog windows, and cmd.exe that hangs after execution.

noremap <leader>s :!"C:\Program Files\AutoHotkey\AutoHotkey.exe" /ErrorStdOut \ %:p 2>"errorlog.txt"<CR> :sp errorlog.txt<CR><C-W>J<CR> :resize 5<CR>

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