category applies to 3 screencasts:
The arglist wouldn’t be much use if we had to quit and relaunch Vim every time we wanted to change its contents. In this episode, we’ll learn how to set the contents of the arglist using the
:args command, which can receive filepaths, globs, or even backtick expressions.
This episode demonstrates how Vim’s native file browser can be used to explore and manipulate the file system.Watch screencast
This episode focuses on the
:edit command. I demonstrate how to open files whose location is relative to the current working directory, then I show how to create a mapping which makes it easier to open files in the same directory as the one in the active window.