I want to open a terminal buffer in a vertical split.
If i try
:vertical split terminal I get a buffer named 'terminal', not a terminal buffer.
I recently learned I could do
:vertical split +terminal to open a terminal buffer, but I have not been able to find the help docs explaining what the + is doing.
What does the '+' mean, is it specific to terminal buffers or is it a more generic thing?
I also just realized I can do
:vertical split | terminal to get the same behavior (at least I think its the same).