Christian Brabandt wrote:
> the help states:
> | When ":colder" has been used and ":make" or ":grep" is used to add a new error
> | list, one newer list is overwritten. This is especially useful if you are
> | browsing with ":grep" |grep|. If you want to keep the more recent error
> | lists, use ":cnewer 99" first.
> Suppose you have 4 error lists and errorlist 1 is displayed. When using
> :cnewer 99, you'll get Error E381 and the errorlist isn't updated. You
> seem to be still in error list 1, although you are actually in the last
> error list.
> You'll only notice that you are actually in another error list by
> pressing Enter on it and it will jump to the error of the errorlist that
> isn't displayed. (Also :cclose followed by :copen updates the errorlist
> correctly and works around the issue).
> Here is a patch, that fixes the issue, by making sure, the error list is
> updated even if an error occured.
Makes sense. I'll include it.
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