Re: new window in current working directory
- It does! but I could swear it didn't before...
2010/6/29 björn <bjorn.winckler@...>:
> On 29 June 2010 20:45, yoavg wrote:--
>> Is there a way to apply the same behavior also to a new tab? I would
>> like it to start with a new buffer in the current directory.
>> The best I came up with is :tabe %:p:e
>> but this does not do what I want, as it edits the directory. I guess
>> doing a cd after opening the tab would work, but don't know how to do
>> that, and how to specify the directory of the previous tab..
> I'm not sure what you're asking for now: if I open a new window, ":cd
> ~/somewhere", open a new tab (cmd-t) then the pwd will not change (it
> is still "~/somewhere"). Are you telling me this does not happen for
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