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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 ...
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 ...
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