VIM in Windows

I've been using VIM as my main editor on windows desktop for a number of years. I've resisted my peers suggesting programs like Notepad++.

But today I found a new little hack.From the windows CLI, I can convert my shell scripts in html quickly for my documentation. (I could do this from GUI but took a little time). Next little adventure is write a PowerShell/VBS script to make it even easier.

"C:\Program Files\Vim\vim72\gvim.exe" -n -c ":so $VIMRUNTIME\syntax\2html.vim" -c ":wqa" SourceFilename.sh


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