Using NERDTree with vim
With one file open, create a new file with the touch command from the terminal command.
At this time, the newly created file is not displayed in the tree even if NERDTree is executed, but I would like to display the newly created file in NERDTree by executing a command etc.
Currently vim is closed and reopened. Please tell me if there is a good way.
Answer # 1
It can be displayed with
R(SHIFT + r because it is uppercase) or
ron the buffer displayed in NERDTree.
Ris updated from the parent directory displayed in NERDTree, and
ris updated and displayed in the selected directory. The
?as a supplement to display quick help at the top of NERDTree.
?again to close the quick help display.
If help can be opened on Vim,
: h NERDTree.txtwill open the NERDTree help document.
Of course, it's the same as GitHub here, so you can read it in your browser.
If you read it once, you might find something new.
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