sessions.vim : named shortcuts to groups of files
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|This plugin introduces following additions to regular session management (see
help on viminfo, mkview, mksession):
- short commands for session saving, loading, clearing and merging:
:SS <name> --- save session <name>
:SL <name> --- load session <name>
:SN <name> --- clear buffer list and set new current session name.
:SS without parameter saves current session loaded with :SL or created
:SM <name> --- merge session <name> into current one.
- All sessions are stored and loaded out of specific directory named
'sessions' in &runtimepath.
Note: it is nessessary to create this directory manually before using
plugin. E.g. 'mkdir -p ~/.vim/sessions' will do on Unix-like systems.
- Session name argument does not need to have path prefix or extension. It's
also may be completed from already saved session names.
- Major difference to built-in session mechanism is that saved session by
default does not contain any mapping, window layout, line number or
unlisted buffer information whatsoever. There's just file list and current
working directory/file. This is done intentionally, with robustness and
loading speed in mind (see help on viminfo to learn how to store file
marks across sessions). To enable old-stype session files, set variable
g:Sessions_Old_style = 1 in your .vimrc.
|Don't forget to create directory 'sessions' somewhere in &runtimepath.
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