I unfortunately need to work with cmd.exe from time to time and it usually doesn't bug me too much except when I am editing a file in vim and then try to run that file with tab-completion.
If I have the file
foo.py open in vim,
.foo.py.swp also exists in the directory. The behavior I see is:
C:\foo> f[TAB] C:\foo> .foo.py.swp[TAB] C:\foo> foo.py
This is rather infuriating and I'm wondering if there is any way to prevent this behavior short of a complete workaround like changing my swap file naming or using PowerShell. I did notice PowerShell does not emulate this behavior, but I really don't want to use it.