Vim Tip: Opening to a Specific Line with CtrlP

If you're using Vim to write your software, you should definitely be using CtrlP, at the very least as a fuzzy file finder.

Now, if you're clever, you might do something like "read the docs to understand your tools better". Since I'm not, it took me a while to figure this one out! Say you're opening a file request.rb and you're going to jump directly to line 24. Type request.rb:24 in the CtrlP buffer and it'll take you there automatically.

Tiny tip, but it'll save a little time during long debug sessions.