Remember current session in Vim
Moving from such an excellent IDE as Visual Studio is hard and moving from IDE to just a text editor is even harder. And if the text editor is Vim you might call it a madness!
One feature thing that drove me crazy was closing all the tabs I had opened without restoring them the next session. But as I understood, you can achieve anything with Vim.
So, when you have all your tabs open you can save (or overwrite) your current session
and when you want to restore it from command line, simply type
gvim -S ~/your_session_name.vim
or if you want to do it from another opened Vim you can with
Your tabs, buffers, working directory – everything is restored, very neat!
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