How can I write a command that will open multiple files, given by argument, in Vim, giving each Vim instance (and corresponding file) its own tab in the terminal?

I tried doing this, but xfce4-terminal is having problems with loading 256 colors (it keeps going to 8 even when TERM == xterm-256color ):

vims () { for f; do xfce4-terminal --tab --hold --execute vim $f done }

How about using tmux within a single terminal window? It makes this sort of automation much easier.

You can start a new session with:

tmux new-session -s vims -n vim0 -d "ls <a href="/cdn-cgi/l/email-protection" data-cfemail="0a2e4a">[email protected]</a>"

and then spawn as many tabs as you like:

for f in "<a href="/cdn-cgi/l/email-protection" data-cfemail="2d096d">[email protected]</a>" do tmux new-window -t vims -d -n "$f" "vim $f" done

Plus you get lots of other fun benefits from tmux. You can leave your vim in mid-insert and ssh in and tmux attach to pick up at exactly the same point.

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