This might be more of a bash question than vim, but I thought I should start here. Frequently when editing code, it would be "nice" to copy and paste the directory structure into a text editor. For example:
I have the following directory structure:
img/foo.jpg img/foo2.jpg img/Another_foo.jpg
I'm editing a file with the following code:
<img src="img/foo.jpg"> <img src="img/foo2.jpg"> <img src="img/Another_foo.jpg">
I add more files to the img directory so that it looks like this:
img/foo.jpg img/foo2.jpg img/Another_foo.jpg img/bar.gif img/bar2.jpg img/Another_bar.png
In graphical editing environments, I would just copy and paste the filenames into the file and quickly get this:
<img src="img/foo.jpg"> <img src="img/foo2.jpg"> <img src="img/Another_foo.jpg"> <img src="img/bar.gif"> <img src="img/bar2.jpg"> <img src="img/Another_bar.png">
(For larger filesets, I hack my way through by pasting the directory structure into Excel and then concatenating the code for each line).
Is there an easily-reproducible way to do something similar with vim?