16577Re: bug?: same file loaded multiple times
- Dec 1 2:16 AMScott Graham wrote:
> I normally do :find file.c to open a file, and have the root of my C projectI can guess that you are using the Win32 version.
> added to path. This works fine, and Vim loads a file like:
> But, now, if I do a :grep and the output in the :cwindow looks like
> \proj\ps2\src\file.c|100|: blah
> and I hit tab on that line, I get a second buffer with the same file, but a
> different copy. Now when I move between them I get "warning: buffer
> changed", and I lose changes if I load/save the wrong one.
A different copy of the same file? That shouldn't happen. Please use
1 CTRL-G to find out what long name is used for the buffer. I suspect them to
be different. Perhaps it's the difference between "d:\proj" and "\proj"?
I can't find a "buffer changed" message in Vim. What is the literal text of
the message? Do you have 'autowrite' set perhaps?
> Using vim60l still.. I don't think this was fixed in M or N though (?).Probably not.
> Also, regarding :cwindow, is it possible to have it be "reparsed" (orYou can write it to a file and use ":cfile" to have it handled like an error
> something) after the BufReadPost?
file. Note that the text in the window doesn't really matter, the line number
is used as the error number.
> If I do something like:Right. That doesn't work. Vim remembers more information about an error than
> autocmd BufReadPost quickfix :g/Binary\ file.*matches/:.d
> to delete binary file matches (or similarly to remove hits in 'tags', or
> Now, when I tab on those lines, Vim jumps to what _was_ on that line before,
> not what's listed now.
what's displayed in the quickfix window. Thus it's not possible to change the
errors by editing the text in the window.
I can understand that you would want to change the error list by editing the
quickfix window. But I don't see how this would work. Perhaps it would be
possible to make a line empty and then issuing a command to delete it from the
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