I am on Ubuntu 13.10 Gnome shell 3.10.I want to automatically restore tabs in gedit that were open in previous session (without any manual work) - Just like a web browser - FF/Chrome.
Any such compatible plugin ?
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For Gedit 3.10 (included in Ubuntu 14.04 too) you can use gedit-restore-tabs:
Upon starting Gedit, this plugin will try restore all open documents from the last Gedit window that was closed.
For older versions, you might want to try the reopen-tabs-gedit-plugin:
The plugin is intended to be used by those who uses gedit as a source code editor. It spares you reopening the documents that were loaded last time you closed gedit.
If you looking for the latest version check out https://github.com/jefferyto/gedit-restore-tabs/tree/gedit3.8
He has updated it to use python3 and a couple other fixes