tcd.vim : Tab-specific directories
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For Vim version 7.x
Tcd lets you set a working directory for a specific tab. Great if you've
got a session open and are editing some file in another location on the
filesystem, and decide you need to open more files in that directory.
This plugin works particularly well in combination with NERD_Tree.vim
Changes the current working directory, but only in your current tab.
When you enter this tab, the specified path will become your current
working directory. Saves the real current working directory, so when you
exit this tab, you will return to your prior location.
1. The "old cwd" (the one you switch to when leaving the tab in which you
called :Tcd) is set the first time you call :Tcd. This means that if
change your working directory later with the built-in :cd command, this
new location will be ignored when leaving :Tcd tabs.
Workaround: Don't use :cd if you are still using :Tcd tabs. Instead,
call :Tcd in other tabs. I don't expect there to be a real fix for this
unless Vim adds some autocommand that is run whenever the current
working directory changes.
tcd.vim is released under the MIT license. See the comments at the head of
tcd.vim for the full license text, or the "COPYING" file you should have
received with your copy of this software.
|1. Download tcd.zip
2. Unzip tcd.zip
3. Copy plugin/tcd.vim and doc/tcd.txt to your .vim or _vim's respective plugin, doc directories.
4. Run :helptags on your doc directory, as with other Vim script packages.
Click on the package to download.
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