On windows I use gvim, and like to keep just one gvim instance running. Most of the time I open files like this:
gvim -p --remote-tab-silent FILES.
However, sometimes I want to open a tag in that same remote gvim server in a new tab. If I do
gvim -t MYFUNCTION --remote-tab-silent it tells me it wants a file name after the last argument.
If I do
gvim --remote-tab-silent -t MYFUNCTION it opens a new tab with a split window with two files, one named literally
-t and the other named
I've also tried using
-- to end the arguments list, but then I end up editing a file named
How can I open a tag in my existing gvim instance?