I want to set up vim so that it opens automatically in tab and not in buffers. I know that I could use
alias gvim='gvim -p' or some such shell mapping but I am wondering if there is a way to do that from vim itself.
So, what I want is for
gvim ook eek monkey
to be equivalent in behaviour to
gvim -p ook eek monkey
aka a tab is opened for each file/buffer.