I am using the above and editing new files using
mvim <filename>. The first time after I installed mvim in the /usr/local/bin directory it seemed to open files in new tabs by default, this behaviour has now stopped.
I would like to know the .vimrc setting to turn it back on or mvim switch that I should use to open files so that they are tabbed instead of opened as new windows.
The .vimrc I am using currently is:
set number set ruler "folding settings set foldmethod=indent "fold based on indent set foldnestmax=20 "deepest fold is 10 levels set nofoldenable "dont fold by default set foldlevel=31 "this is just what i use set ignorecase
I don't think any of the above should change the behaviour of mvim and the way it opens new files.
I've already read: MacVim -- switch to tab where file is opened if trying to open an already-opened file; and Use MacVim as standard Terminal?; and I am also in the middle of reading :help mvim
I am sure I have read the answer somewhere, however I cannot remember where and now cannot find it.