Create some test files,
touch a b c d
and open each in a tab,
vim -p a b c d
b. Go to tab
c and issue
dtabs are closed.
bis not closed because it is in modified state.
Actual behavior: Only
atab is closed.
If the same is attempted by issuing
:only command with windows, it works as expected.
Is the actual behavior documented or should it be considered a bug?
:help :tabonly does not specify it.
Is there "the proper command"
to get all unmodified tabs closed without raising dialogs, even
if some other modified tab is in the way?
Or some less verbose alternative to
:tabd :sil :q?