Questions tagged [multiple-files]

Questions about the use of vim for handling several files at the same time.

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How do I use wildmenu effectively?

I'd like to learn about using vim with multiple files without using external plugins. I read another answer that recommends putting the following in our .vimrc: set wildmenu set wildmode=longest:full,...
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"Edit with existing Vim" - how does it work?

I have Vim 8.1.1 on Windows 7. I can click on the file with right mouse button, and there will be an option "Edit with Vim". Then, if I click another file, there will be two options: "Edit with Vim" ...
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Is there a simple way to navigate a generated file that includes # line preprocessor directives?

I'm working on a code generator tool. I'm planing to use # LINE "filename" directives like the ones generated by the C preprocessor to show the relationship between the generated code and the original ...
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How to pin a file to a window(/viewport)

When I have multiple files open in multiple splits, when I open a new file via quickfix ( or Ctrl-P ), it sometimes ends up placing the new file in a window that I don't want to be changed. Is there ...
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Opening recent files issue

TLDR: How can I open a file from the list of recent files without going to the end of the list to get to the prompt for file number? In order to open recent files, I do :bro ol and then when I see ...
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Tool for convert multi files vimrc into single file

i try to collect my .vimrc files into single file is there anyway to generate single file using vimscript depending on source vimscript keyword or python code example of my .vimrc if isdirectory($HOME....
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How to do operations like copy, rename, delete on multiple files in NERDTree vim?

Is there any way to do this for multiple files in NERDTree? Something similar along the lines of vifm. From the m menu I see that it is only possible for one file at a time.