I'm not sure if the title got across what I want to do, but here it is:
I am working on a python project that involves a lot of classes. I use Terminal Vim to do my editing.
As you can Imagine, it is a pain to have to open 10 different terminal tabs, title them and open the correct file in them all manually.
I would like to create a script that uses vim to open up all files in a directory in different tabs within the same window. I would like the script to title the tabs as the name of the file it is opening.
I use the gnome-terminal.
Logically I know how I could do it but I just can't seem to find the commands I need.
It seems like I will be able to do what I wan't with the gnome-terminal command, but I can't seem to get it to work right.
EDIT: vim -p * is helpful, but I would like to find a solution that does exactly what I outlined above. Having each file in its own TERMINAL tab would allow me to Open/Close/temporarily suspend them individually and would generally allow for more convenience.