gsession.vim saves your session files into the same directory (~/.vim/session/) by default. and auto-detect your session file to load session file when you are opening vim editor without arguments.
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Global Session Plugin

gsession.vim saves your session files into the same directory (~/.vim/session/ or ~\vimfiles\session\ on Windows by default). and auto-detect your session file to load session file when you are opening vim editor without arguments. you can also define your session dir by g:session_dir option.

gsession.vim also save your session file when you are leaving vim editor.

gsession.vim also support making a local session file <leader>sS, which is just like :mksession! command. but you can define your favorite session filename.

gsession.vim create different sessions for git branches. so session won't conflict between different branches.

Local session & Global session

  1. Local session (limited to specified dir and git branch name)
  2. Global session (system wide, absolute path)

Installation

$ make install

Options

let g:session_dir            = '~/.vim/my-session'

if you prefer to put sessions in other place.

let g:local_session_filename = '.session.vim'

if you want a better session filename.

let g:autoload_session = 0
let g:autosave_session = 0

if you manage save/load yourself.

let g:gsession_non_default_mapping = 1

if you dont like the default mapping.

Usage

( NOTE: <leader> is backslash key \ by default )

<leader>ss    

create local session file (Session.vim by default , same as you type :mksession! )

<leader>sS    

create global session file (located in ~/.vim/session by default)

<leader>se

eliminate current session file (including local session file or global session file)

<leader>sE

eliminate all session file (eliminate global session only).

<leader>sn

make a named global session (completion supported)

<leader>sl

load a named global session (completion supported)

<leader>sN

make a named session in current path space (completion supported)

<leader>sL

load a named session from current path space (completion supported)

Author

Author: Cornelius
Mail:   cornelius.howl@gmail.com
Web:    http://oulixe.us