recent.vim : Quick access to recently written files
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Inspired by vimscript #1228
Recent.vim keeps track of files you have _written_ recently. This is useful
to continue work on files that are scattered around the file system.
The list of filenames is persistently stored in ~/.vim/recent_files
Per default, the filelist shows up at startup if no other file (or session) is loaded.
Also a menu with commands gets installed. You can turn these things off.
To open a file of the list, several commands and options are provided to make
use of windows and tabpages.
Details can be found in the help file.
- if there is a window for a file, it is always reused (first one found in
any tabpage), currently not customizable
- files can be ignored based on autocmd-pattern
- filenames can be highlighted based on extension
- the file list is only updated when necessary
|recent.vim is a plugin, put it into the plugin folder or :source it directly
See the Customization section in the script (recommended)
Click on the package to download.
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