Re: Is there a way to check whether a specific autocmd group is empty?
- On 04/03/10 10:08, winterTTr wrote:
> I just want to check whether a autocmd group is empty and i want toI'm surprised that there has been no reply yet to this post.
> remove it when it is empty.
> But I don't find the method or a way to do this.
> Is there a way to check whether a specific autocmd group is empty?
> Any suggestion is OK. Thanks.
To check if auto commands exist for a given group, I can imagine two
possibilities; you will have to experiment to see what works:
a) see ":help exists()" [near the end of the list]. I'm not sure this
allows you to test if autocommands are defined for a given group if you
don't know which patterns or events are possible in that group.
b) see ":help autocmd-list" and ":help :redir". Finding out that you got
an empty list may be tedious. Also the title may depend on your messages
language (see :help v:lang and what it resends to).
GUARD #2: It could be carried by an African swallow!
GUARD #1: Oh, yeah, an African swallow maybe, but not a European swallow,
that's my point.
GUARD #2: Oh, yeah, I agree with that...
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