Re: :tab all
- Johnny Blaze wrote:
> ":tab all" isn't working as expected (I think :-)I know, this hasn't been implemented yet. You can use "vim -p *.txt".
> gvim 1.txt 2.txt 3.txt 4.txt 5.txt 6.txt
> :tab all
> Tab page 1
> Tab page 2
> instead of each argument being on its own tab page. I have tested
> this with MSVC7/Win-32, and Gentoo/gcc/gtk2-gnome.
I was cutting down on new commands for the tab pages. Does this one
really need to be added? I'll see how much work it is.
> Also with the 2/28/2006 CVS, on Gentoo with GTK2 I getThat's when compiling with Gnome, right? I'm waiting for someone to
> (vim:15581): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: invalid cast from 'GtkVBox' to
look into this. This GUI stuff is taking too much of my time.
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> I know, this hasn't been implemented yet. You can use "vim -p *.txt".I think ":tab all" is a good idea; and it should be easy to implement.
> I was cutting down on new commands for the tab pages. Does this one
> really need to be added? I'll see how much work it is.