If you’re using Vim, you know that feel (if you aren’t, you can skip this
article): Everytime you open a project, you toggle
Tagbar (or similar). But you don’t
want to put that in your
.vimrc, because then they’d open every time, even
when you just want to quickly edit a file.
Sublime Text does have a
<name>.sublime-project, which holds configuration
for the curent project. Why doesn’t Vim has something like that?
Just do it yourself
It’s not hard, paste the following lines anywhere in your
if filereadable(expand(".vim-project")) source .vim-project endif
You can now create a
.vim-project-file anywhere you want and just write
stuff in it like in your
.vimrc, this is one of mine:
autocmd VimEnter * NERDTree autocmd VimEnter * Tagbar
Note: You may want to close Vim automatically after all windows but NERDTree are closed, see the FAQs for that.