I am currently using gVim to code in C++. I've recently made a skeleton file that includes imports, macros, etc., so that every time I make a new .cpp file it automatically adds the skeleton to it.
To do this, I used this line:
autocmd BufNewFile *.cpp 0r C:/Me/template.cpp
Whenever I make a new file with command prompt (
vim A.cpp), a new file is created and the file contains the skeleton. However, when I create a new file using the gVim, it doesn't contain the skeleton.
In order to get the code skeleton in the file, I have to
:q out of gVim then
:e into the file. After
:e'ing into the file, if I make changes and then
:wq it says
Can't write viminfo file C:/_viminfo.tmp.
Also, when I try to open the file I made with gVim through File Explorer (after getting the template on it), it appears as blank file.
How do I get gVim to automatically have the code skeleton whenever I create a new .cpp file in gVim?