38577Re: positioning in a vim file from another window
- Apr 2 9:44 AMGenerally I don't know, however for grep like positioning
and error positioning here is some support;
Eric Winger wrote:
>My coworker & I are debating whether vim can do this emacs thing. He thinks
>vim can, I'm not convinced.
>In general, does vim have the capability to reposition another buffer and move
>to that position in the other buffer? (Or is window the correct term)
>Here's two examples from emacs I'm thinking of:
>* I can open a buffer list in emacs navigate to a line in the buffer list,
>press Enter or o and the alternate buffer will open and put me in that
>* I can do a 'grep' or Mx list-matching-lines and get a nice little buffer of
>all matching lines in the current buffer. From which I can press Enter and be
>taken to that line in the other buffer.
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