ranger.vim - Ranger integration in vim and neovim

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then you can add a new mapping with this line: map f :Ranger. The command for opening Ranger in the current file's directory is :Ranger. Vim will open the selected file in the current window. To open the selected file in a new tab instead use :RangerNewTab.




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