Open files in gvim from the PowerShell pipeline.
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This module has no dependencies.
Bring vim to forground when piping new input to an already existing vim instance.
Allow different gvim install by setting gvim alias before importing module.
Improved handling of initial gvim commands.
Adding support for setting the correct column, using
the first group of a MatchInfo if available.
Initial PSGallery release of Vim module, providing pipelining into gvim.
By using the errorfile feature in gvim, it is possible to quickly navigate between
files and MatchResults from Select-String.
PS>gci *.ps1 -recurse | sls MyClass | Invoke-Gvim
In gvim, you can now use :cn and :cp to navigate between the matches, and use :bn, :bp
to navigate between the files