Our company has recently changed to networked home directories. This includes setting enviroment variables.
This has created the odd situation that gvim thinks my home directory is :
:echo $HOME H:\
but I cannot change the current directory to that drive or edit any files there. This also means that my
vimrc is not loaded.
:cd H:\ E344: Can't find directory "H:\" in cdpath E472: Command failed
Can any one help me get vim to change to H:\ and edit files there?
I use Windows 7, gvim 7.4
EDIT I tried later CREAM versions 7.4.638 (the latest) and 7.4.099 (closest to 7.4.096 suggested by Christian Brabandt), both had the same error.
Thanks for suggestions, but none have helped so far.
I can change to
h:\ in the vim.exe file which comes with Git on windows (vim 7.3, 32 bit windows console version, but not any of the gvim versions I have tried.