vim :gui trick and undo-trick
So on a quiet Sunday evening whilst learning some new vim features, whilst editing a file in vi, you can type in
So that the file will be closed and opened up in gvim, which only works if your using X.
Is there a reverse vim command to close gvim and re-open the file in a terminal ? I have searched the documentation and so far cannot find it anywhere.
Also I don't understand why Google does'nt search for ':gui' and instead searched for 'gui' which slows down my searching for solutions, even if using the exact option :-)