[DrChipTip#005] netrw and targets
Netrw supports a number of file operations: copying, (de)compressing,
deleting, moving, obtaining, printing, renaming, and more.
For many of them, that means "marking" them first - move the cursor atop
a file you want marked, and press "mf".
However, before moving and copying files to a directory, you must first
specify a target. Netrw provides you with four ways of doing this:
* "mt" is used to select a target; when the cursor is atop a
directory, then that directory will be used as the target. Otherwise,
the current netrw directory will be selected as the target.
* For gui (gvim) users, the Netrw menu now has a "Targets" listing,
which is a merged listing of all the bookmarks and history. Selecting
one of these entries specifies a target.
* One may get a listing of bookmarks with "qb"; each is numbered,
and so use [number]Tb to select one of your bookmarked directories to be
* One may get a listing of history with "qb", too: each is
numbered, and you may use [number]Th to select a directory you've
recently been to to be a target.
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