If we're already running a terminal file manager like lf why do we even need another way to view our files in the form of a vim file tree why not just use the application we already have is a question that a lot of people have said when I look at various vim file tree plugins so today we're going to look at lf.vim a plugin to integrate lf into the vim editor
Lf.Vim GitHub: https://github.com/ptzz/lf.vim
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