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when i close the debugger tab (F6 F6), the active tab becomes the one that was on the right of the file that I was before running the debug.
Ok, thats the default behaviour in vim when you close a tab, but I think this is not desiderable in this case.. What's your opinion?
I make heavy use of buffers, so find that I don't often use tabs (apart from when I use Vdebug, of course!) So it's quite possible there's a slight issue with more than two tabs - is that what you have?
If I understand correctly, you have multiple tabs, e.g. tab 1 and tab 2. While focussed on tab 1 you start Vdebug, which opens its own tab. When you close the debugger, it goes to tab 2 instead of back to tab 1. Is that right?
Hi, just a quick nudge on this. Any thoughts on my question in the previous post?
I can confirm this behaviour. The debug tab opens by default to the right of the current tab, and when it is closed, the user is placed in whatever tab was to the right of the debug tab. It should be possible to store the current tab before the debug session starts and move back to it when it ends.
Thanks, I'll get this in - should be simple enough :-)
Confirmed for fixed in dev
Remember current tab number after closing vdebug, close #23