vim-cologne

Specify an initial buffer position by filename suffix.

Usage

This plugin allows one to open files with the initial cursor position set by a colon-separated filename suffix:

vim foo.txt:10   # line 10
vim foo.txt:/foo # first "foo"

The same applies for any buffers opened with :edit, :args, and so on. The suffix can be any motion:

vim foo.txt:10w    # tenth word
vim foo.txt:3}     # third paragraph
vim foo.txt:8/foo  # eighth foo

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Licence

Copyright © 2015-2018 Evan Hanson evhan@foldling.org

BSD-style license. See LICENSE for details.