Hi all, so I have started using the built-in terminal-emulator recently, and I ran into an issue that I would like to solve, but I am having some issues finding the right info.
I have a key binding that I use to open the built-in terminal (just putting the run expression here without my custom mapping function involved):
:vsplit | :vertical resize -50 | term<cr>
The issue that I am facing though is that I’ve noticed that my current working directory is not always what I want it to be. In this case, the terminal opens in a different location (where the nvim current working directory is) but the files that I am working in are located way down in subfolders.
Is there a way to open the terminal to a specific directory? I discovered that by doing something like
term cd ~ that anything after the term command gets sent to the terminal instance when it opens. But I want to pass a location from nvim to the term and open it there.
Any tips would be greatly appreciated!