From: Phil S. <accountz.att.mailbox.org>
Date: Sun, 4 Nov 2018 11:50:29 +0100

Thanks Mitchell, that's a good suggestion, have done so and there's no
noticable flickering as I feared, so that's cool.

I noticed the BUFFER_AFTER_SWITCH event isn't being triggered when a
(different than current-buf) file is opened which does tend to switch to
its new buffer. Can I assume this will stay that way (and script
accordingly with handlers for both when the former is to be caught) or
is there a risk of that changing so that whatever causes a buffer-switch
will trigger the buffer-switch events? (Well I guess I'd see it in the
release notes anyway.. =)

On 11/4/18 4:14 AM, Mitchell wrote:
> Hi Phil,
> On Sat, 3 Nov 2018, Phil S. wrote:
>> Hi Mitchell,
>>> Yes, unfortunately that is the way to go for now.
>> thanks & no prob, doing so was trivial and a breeze in the end. Next
>> question
>> popping up right now from the trenches  =)  I'm trying to implement the
>> editor-tab-context-menu-item "Close Others" (aka
>> close-all-but-this-tab) that
>> I've gotten quite accustomed to from most tabbed-GUIs out there
>> (including
>> numerous editors as well as browsers).
>> Now, io.close_all_buffers won't help and io.close_buffer always
>> assumes the
>> current-buffer (it has no optional 'buffer_to_close' arg, so to
>> speak), so
>> I'd close in on buffer.delete but it comes with a FAT warning: "Do not
>> call
>> this function". Begging the question: what's the worst that could happen?
> I think the worst that could happen is data loss for unsaved changes.
> I would iterate through buffers, call `view:goto_buffer()` for each
> buffer you want to close, then call `buffer:close()`. In the end, you'll
> wind up with only one buffer -- the one you want to keep.
> Cheers,
> Mitchell

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