On 24/04/13 20:56, Sylvia Ganush wrote:
> On 23 Apr 2013, at 19:06, Ben Fritz <fritzophrenic@...> wrote:
>> On Tuesday, April 23, 2013 10:41:08 AM UTC-5, Sylvia Ganush wrote:
>>> What may cause a deleted buffer to reappear on session launch?
>> Maybe you have the % character in your 'viminfo' option? You said you deleted the buffer, though, so I'd expect it would not be in the saved list. What command did you use to delete the buffer?
> Hi Ben.
> Here's my 'viminfo' option:
> No '%' in there. The ghost buffer always has '#h' in front of its name.
> To delete the buffer I do:
#h means a hidden buffer, which is the alternate buffer (i.e. usually
the last buffer you edited before the current one).
Try :bw! instead of :bd! and see if there is a difference. But beware!
:bw forgets *everything* that Vim has in memory concerning that buffer.
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