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Re: [Bug-moe] Quit message

From: Antonio Diaz Diaz
Subject: Re: [Bug-moe] Quit message
Date: Sun, 01 Jul 2007 14:12:03 +0200
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Well, if I order an editor to quit without saving the file, I expect some type of confirmation message such that if I answer "yes" the editor really quits, as I initially ordered it to do.

Moe uses consistently this confirmation strategy. For example, if "exit ask" is active and you order moe to quit from an unmodified file the message displayed is "Abandon this file ? (y/N)". Answering "yes" moe really quits the file, as you initially ordered it to do.

Antonio Diaz.

Tim Sheridan wrote:
If one tries to quit moe 0.9 without saving the file, the following
message is provided: "Lose changes to this file ? (y/n/^C)"

This caught me off guard as I was expecting the message to be
something in the order of "Save changes to this file ? (y/n/^C)",
where the actions for the input of "y" and "n" would be the opposite
of what they currently are.

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