I have vim on Windows, and need to use it to edit a file containing a list of files. An example would be something like "C:\Documents and Settings\Berticus\foo\bar." I would like to replace "C:\Documents and Settings\Berticus" with something like "D:\Backup\Berticus Files"
If I do something like
:%s/C:\Documents and Settings\Berticus/D:\Backup\Berticus Files
E486: Pattern not found: C:\Documents and Settings\Berticus
But pretty much every line starts with that.
I also tried:
and that didn't work either.
I don't have a lot of experience with patterns, and the semicolon always throughs everything off. I've always found a way to work around it, but this time I can't seem to figure a way around it.