Sourcing Remote Sesssions / Vimscript question
- I love Vim's sessions and create them all the time locally enjoying the use of my .vimrc with plugins and color schemes, etc.
But I would love to do this on servers I regularly work on from my local machine like:
This works somewhat but the files are empty so I usually check the session file for "lcd /whatever/path" and some something like:
:tabdo :e scp://server-name/file/path/%
and I'm back working again.
This is begging me to script it (or if there's a better way to do this please enlighten me!).
Only problem is thus far is my VimScript foo being weak, here's what I'm starting to stub out:
let sesh_path = expand('<afile>')
let test_for_scp = "scp:"
if match(remote_sesh, test_for_scp)
:echom 'this is indeed scp sesh do something about it'
:echom 'nope just a regular .vim file to source proceed'
autocmd SourceCmd *vim call RemoteCheck()
I think I have a few syntax issues so far – can someone help me? This is like my second vim function ever so it's slow going so far. Thanks!
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