On Tue, 2007-08-28 at 11:12 -0700, Steve Hall wrote:
> > Yes, they are all passed via command line. I can "work around" this
> > for now by not using tabs at all (with 100 files they aren't really
> > useful anyway) - but when editing only a few files, I'm missing
> > them. And in case I get that error messages, also the selection over
> > the Window menu won't work any longer - so can't just ignore it when
> > opening many files.
> The original &tabpagemax option default is probably logical then. Did
> you mean you still saw the error with the default value or just that
> no more than 10 tabs were indicated?
The option made no difference at all - if I have tabs enabled, and want
to open many files, it breaks.
> Cream is not really designed to manage 100 open files at a time. I'm
> not sure how anyone can edit more than about 10 or so, but surely 20
> is a practical design limit?
Well, I like to have all files of a project in the Window menu, for
quick navigation, so even > 100 would make sense. Think "cream src/*.py
It seems to work well enough without tabs.. but as I said, while I
wouldn't use tabs when doing the above, I still like to keep tabs
enabled in general, for cases where I have < 10 files and use the Window
Elias Pschernig <elias@...>