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Hi, I when i run Code: $ gvim to start programming, I'm actually calling a function inside my ~/.bashrc !!. This is the function: Code: gv () { echo "entered ...
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    Starting an app (gvim) call a function inside .bashrc


    Hi,

    I when i run
    Code:
    $ gvim
    to start programming, I'm actually calling a function inside my ~/.bashrc !!. This is the function:

    Code:
        gv ()
        {
           echo "entered to gv()"
          #cd /home/tirengarfio/workspace/$1; gvim
        }
    Anyone knows any reason????

    Regards

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    Probably a shell alias. In a shell, type 'alias' to see what aliases are set up.
    --- rod.
    Stuff happens. Then stays happened.

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