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comment Pipe output of shell command (!) into a new buffer in Vim
Might also be useful to note that if you want to map this to a key in your .vimrc, you'll need to replace the | character with <bar>.
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comment Pipe output of shell command (!) into a new buffer in Vim
@garyjohn, akira: thanks for the help. The "<c-r>=..." part made Vim spew errors, but I was able to get it working with ":tabnew | r !echo #".
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comment Pipe output of shell command (!) into a new buffer in Vim
That's almost exactly what I need, just the other way around so that I can access the filename of the current buffer. Note: updated the question to hopefully clarify the desired end result.
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