I didn't get the opportunity to catch up on posts today. I'm thinking that researching a topic and writing a post every single day was a bit too ambitious. To give myself some additional project time and avoid burn-out, I'm going to cut it back to 3-4 posts per week …Continue reading
Before we get into Vim's tabs, I'd like to cover a couple more things that you can do to manipulate buffers in Vim.
Adding & Deleting Buffers
In my previous buffer post, I talked about creating new buffers with the :e command. That will create a new buffer, load its contents …Continue reading
Today we'll be picking up where we left off with windows in Vim. We're going to cover a couple more of the basic aspects: Moving windows around and resizing windows.
There are a couple of ways to move windows around in Vim. The first one is "rotation" based …Continue reading
In "yesterday's" post, we covered the basics of buffers. Today we're going to talk about windows in Vim. A window is basically a viewport that buffers can attach to. This gives us access to the buffer so that we can manipulate its contents. A buffer can be attached to mulitple …Continue reading
I got this out a little later than I had anticipated! Hopefully I'll have time to finish up my next post by the end of the day. I'd hate to perpetually be a day behind going forward! This is going to cover the very basics of buffers. Buffers can be …Continue reading