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93800Re: Opening every buffer in its own tab

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  • ThoML
    Aug 1, 2008
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      >   map __ :buffers<BAR>
      >            \let i = input("Buffer number: ")<BAR>
      >            \execute "buffer " . i<CR>

      :b has command line completion. So, you could use the buffer name. In
      conjunction with wildmenu, this already is quite good.

      I think though many user will use some sort of plugin to handle
      buffers.

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