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Re: how to get list of not displayed (hidden or unloaded) buffers

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  • Sergey Vakulenko
    On not exist buffers BufHidden() also return true. But, with buflisted() it s works great! thanks a lot ... -- You received this message from the vim_use
    Message 1 of 3 , May 2, 2011
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      On not exist buffers BufHidden() also return true.
      But, with buflisted() it's works great!


      thanks a lot


      On May 2, 10:44 pm, ZyX <zyx....@...> wrote:
      > Reply to message «how to get list of not displayed (hidden or unloaded)
      > buffers»,
      > sent 22:50:57 02 May 2011, Monday
      > by Sergey Vakulenko:
      >
      > Try the following code:
      >     function s:BufHidden(bufnr)
      >         return empty(filter(map(range(1, tabpagenr('$')),
      >                                \'tabpagebuflist(v:val)'),
      >                             \'index(v:val, a:bufnr)!=-1'))
      >     endfunction
      >
      > Original message:
      >
      > > Hello
      > > I want to know, how i can identify buffer, if it's displayed on screen
      > > or not.
      >
      > > For example i open buffer 'option.c', then open buffer 'file2.txt' in
      > > same window/tab.
      > > 'option.c' became hidden:
      >
      > > ----
      >
      > > :buffers
      >
      > >  25 #h   "d:\workspace\sources\gvim_73\vim-7.3\vim73\src\option.c"
      > > line 1
      > >  26 %a   "file2.txt"                    line 1
      > > Press ENTER or type command to continue
      > > ----
      >
      > > i need something like this:
      >
      > >     for buffer_ in bufnr('$'))
      > >         if buffer_ == "not displayed"
      > >                   do .....
      > >          endif
      > >     endfor
      >
      > > thanks in advance
      > > Sergey V.
      >
      >
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