Thanks for the interesting but (I think) not-related suggestion of
opening the files in tabs. Saying
would be really helpful, if I could then open these files in split
windows, just as if I had invoked vim with
vim -o **/*.m
which would give a series of resizable windows, one above the other.
If one window contained a line
The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.
while another said
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
they would be easy to compare. I think you're suggesting that
I say :tab ball, opening them all in separate tabs, which is (I
think) quite different from opening a list of files in split windows,
as is done by vim -o list. I guess that vim -O list is more
similar to your suggestion (since the windows are arranged from
left to right kind of like tabs), but still not identical because I
to be able to easily resize windows to show or hide more or
less of the various files.
If there were a way to get the effect of
vim -o list
after I've already started it, that would be a big help.
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