I have between 10-15 files that I edit on a regular basis. I've currently set it up, so I can open them up in a split, by for instance typing:
LEADER + e + v or
LEADER + e + g (here are my Vimrc-commands for this):
:nnoremap <leader>ev :vsplit $MYVIMRC<cr> " For my Vimrc-file :nnoremap <leader>eg :vsplit /path/to/file/foobar.txt<cr> " Random notes :nnoremap <leader>et :vsplit /path/to/file/AnotherFile.txt<cr> " Other stuff
The list of files I edit on a regular basis are growing still, - and I use the feature a lot. I was wondering how difficult it would be to make plugin, - where I get a list of files (in a NERDtree-like-view) - where I can pick the file I want to open in a split. I imagined that the list of files would be maintained manually.
The files that I want on this list are in all different kind of folders, so I imagined that the list of files would look something like this:
/User/myusername/path/one/random_notes.txt /User/myusername/path/two/which/is/different/project_notes.txt /User/myusername/path/three/folder/after_work_stuff.txt
Is that something that can be achieved without using Vimscript - or which is the best way to make this? Or is it better to make in bash, somehow?