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To open each buffer in its own tabpage, add this to your vimrc: If you feed multiple
LustyExplorer is a fast and responsive way to manage files and buffers in Vim. It
includes a filesystem explorer, a buffer switcher, and a buffer grep for searching ...
Simply unzip bufexplorer.zip into a directory in your 'runtimepath', usually ~/.vim
or c:\vimfiles, and restart Vim. This zip file contains plugin\bufexplorer.vim, and ...
The command :Explore opens the file explorer window. Select a file or directory
name and press Enter to open that file or directory. To return to the explorer ...
NOTE: Some versions of vim don't support all of the key mappings that this script
uses so you may experience degraded functionality. For example on Solaris ...
With vimExplorer I try also to solve the difficulties (if I may say so) of file system
access from vim (to find files, open them for edition, etc). Also to be able to do file