I'm new to Vim/Neovim and I'm taking the firsts steps on the editor, but for some unknown reason the nvim.exe binary just deleted itself from the folder three times.
The first time I installed via
choco install neovim
and it was working fine, but suddenly the app closed (was using via Windows Terminal, and the tab just closed) and I couldn't start it again, getting
The term 'nvim' is not recognized as a name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or executable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again.
Then I downloaded this repository's last build, but when I tried to unpack the
.zip file in the same folder, I got
Access to the path 'C:\tools\Neovim\bin\nvim.exe' is denied.
So I tried unpacking it in a different folder, and I worked fine for a while, but when installing the nvim perl plugin via
cpan, it happened again, the exact same thing.
Again, a unpacked the files on a different folder and tried using it again, this time avoiding the perl plugin, but when editing a file on another directory, it happened a third time, so I decided to post this issue.
Did anyone have the same problem or have a clue of what might be happening?
I'm using Neovim on Windows 11 via Windows Terminal
Tried using a GUI (Neovide) to see if the problem was the Windows Terminal, but after a few days with no problem, the executable becomes once again inaccessible.