RE: tabs v buffers
- Thruston wrote:
> Can I configure MacVim to keep each buffer in it's own tab?Bear in mind that I know nothing about MacVim, but in general,
trying to make tab == buffer is misguided (and cannot be done).
Once you realise that you can have one tab showing the diff
between two files, while the same files are shown (possibly in
several windows) in other tabs, you see that Vim uses tabs quite
differently from standard editors.
The Vim Tips wiki has lots of great information, but there are
also lots of somewhat broken tips. There is some good info here:
And you need to know about buffers:
Perhaps someone here would like to add some MacVim info:
There is a tip that purports to put every buffer in its own tab.
I forget exactly what is wrong with the idea, but it is
misguided and interferes with proper Vim usage:
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