I'm using MiniBufExpl to manage buffers.
In my workflow, I usually work on one thing at a time. I'm opening some files, coding, enjoying. Then, I want to clear my workspace to start with new buffers. Today I'm doing
:qa[!] and opening a new vim.
MBE provides a nice command that deletes the buffer without closing the window:
:MBEbd, an improved
I could easily do a small vim function that takes
:MBEbd to remove every buffers.
Thing is, indexes will stay the same. Yes I often use
N is my buffer index), this is fast with 1 to 6 buffers but becomes painful with 2 figures.
How may I reset a buffer index to improve my workflow?
A test case:
vim isomething<ESC> :enew ielse<ESC> :bd! :enew :ls
VIM - Vi IMproved 7.4 (2013 Aug 10, compiled May 9 2015 15:38:59)