I used to use
"+p in vim for copy pasting across vim instances. This also has the advantage that you can use
"+ as a register for any command you know, including deletions etc.
Now that I'm using vim on a server, this functionality is gone. Is there an easy way to configure
"+ register to a file? Such that when I try to read from the register, it reads from the file, and when I try to write to the regsiter, it writes to the file.
In this way I can retain my muscle memory and provide a "clipboard" to vim.