When I use the args command it opens the files:
:args `find . -name \*.html`
I would like to do an operation on the arglist without opening the files at all in a buffer, or either opening them one at a time, doing the operation and then closing them. For example:
:args `find . -name \*.html` :argdo %s/replace/with this/g
to go through the files and do the replacement one at a time. I do not want to open the files in buffers. Also, due to memory constraints, I do not want to have all the files open at one time in any situation.
How can I accomplish this?