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Re: make emacs ask to save modified non-file buffers

From: Xah
Subject: Re: make emacs ask to save modified non-file buffers
Date: Sun, 22 Jun 2008 21:02:52 -0700 (PDT)
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> (info "(elisp) Killing Buffers")

I was already reading that page but it doesn't seems to suggest a

Namely, how to make kill-buffer ask user to save, for buffers that's
not associated with file.

looking at Aquamacs's source... looks like the “solved” it by actually
define its own kill-buffer wrapper, e.g. close-current-window-



On Jun 22, 5:48 pm, "Lennart Borgman (gmail)"
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Xah wrote:
> > when i create a new buffer, how can i make emacs ask to save if it is
> > modified?
> > for example, i have this function:
> > (defun new-empty-buffer ()
> >   "Opens a new empty buffer."
> >   (interactive)
> >   (let ((buf (generate-new-buffer "untitled")))
> >     (switch-to-buffer buf)
> >     (funcall (and initial-major-mode))
> >     (setq buffer-offer-save t)
> > ))
> > after calling, it'll create a new buffer. Then, if user edit the
> > buffer, then close it (using either kill-buffer or kill-this-buffer),
> > then i want emacs to ask whether to save it if the buffer has been
> > modified.
> > according to the manual, the var buffer-offer-save will do it only if
> > the buffer is a visiting buffer. Then the manual talks about save-some-
> > buffers second argument but i don't see how this fits together, since
> > i don't actually want to call save-some-buffers.

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