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Re: [vile] empty unmodified buffers

From: Brendan O'Dea
Subject: Re: [vile] empty unmodified buffers
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2010 03:12:24 +1100

On 19 November 2010 02:30, Paul Fox <address@hidden> wrote:
> anyone know how emacs deals with this?  vim?

In emacs, opening two files will give you two buffers whether they exist or not:

 C-x C-f /tmp/foo
 C-x C-f /tmp/foop
 C-x C-b

the buffer list will contain a "foo" and a "foop" buffer.

vim doesn't really have the distinction between the name of a buffer
and the path to the file it contains (unless you count % and # as
peripatetic buffer names).  This sequence however:

  :e /tmp/foo
  :e /tmp/foop

will have both "/tmp/foo" and "/tmp/foop" in the output.

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