Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 24th Jan 2007 23:58 UTC, submitted by Dolores Parker
Features, Office "Before Vim 7.0 was released last May, I usually had six or seven xterms or Konsole windows open, each with a single Vim session in which I was editing a single file. This takes up a lot of screen space, and isn't very efficient. With Vim 7.0, users now have the option of using tabs within Vim. With Vim's tab features you can consolidate all your sessions into one window and move between files more easily."
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RE: What the hell ?
by alexey on Thu 25th Jan 2007 13:51 UTC in reply to "What the hell ?"
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2007-01-25

AFAIK, tab is just like vims inside vim. You can switch between them without saving current buffer (:w). When you :q, you quit from tab, not from vim.

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