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- What to do with cross-site duplicates? 6 answers
“Vim74: E149 Sorry no help for help.txt” on Stack Overflow seems (to me) to be asking much the same question as “Vim - errors E433 No tags file, E149 No help for help.txt” on Super User. That second question has what I think is a good answer, but of course that’s not on Stack Overflow, and I’m not sure that such a question doesn’t belong on Stack Overflow (nor even that it instead doesn’t belong on Super User).
I don’t necessarily like the idea of an answer simply saying “See the answer to this question on Super User” (and indeed, although I did attempt to post such an answer, it was deemed Trivial and converted to a comment), but in the case of a user coming across this question (say) by means of searching, I’d like there to at least be a link to the answer on Super User so that the question isn’t a dead end. What’s generally supposed to be done in this sort of case?