Every time vim is used to edit a file, a command similar to: 1s/./g/will be automatically executed, and the first line of the file will be automatically replaced.
Presshttp://vim.wikia.com/wiki/TroubleshootingIt’s still the same after one pass.
This problem will not occur with vi.
syntax on filetype indent plugin on set encoding=utf-8 set fileencodings=utf-8,cp936,latin1 set fileformat=unix set fileformats=unix,dos set number set modeline set tabstop=8 set expandtab set softtabstop=4 set shiftwidth=4 set backup set backupdir=~/backup
After searching for “vim 0000/0000/0000”, it was found to be a bug of vim. it will be fine after upgrading.
Not only cygwin, but also arcLinux has the same bug.