I just got this (error?) msg, when trying
to start-up vim:
Swap file "/usr/tmp/t5.swp" already exists!
[O]pen Read-Only, (E)dit anyway, (R)ecover, (Q)uit, (D)elete it:
I said Q, and then thought I'd better look
at it: page (er, more) <that file>
and got a message back that it was binary
or not text or something.
I then did a "file" on it, and it said "data".
Not that I really have to know, but I did
search for .swp in the manual, no match.
So, just to improve our mental-model of
what mutt's actually doing, what *is*
If we *want* to look inside it (so we
can feel it's ok to delete it), how
can we do that?
(Any program that will view the thing?
Any way for emacs to do it?