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bug#7645: Fwd: bug#7645: 23.2; ido commands failed to execute if there i
bug#7645: Fwd: bug#7645: 23.2; ido commands failed to execute if there is some killed buffer
Wed, 15 Dec 2010 23:31:37 +0800
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From: Abaw <address@hidden>
Date: Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 11:29 PM
Subject: Re: bug#7645: 23.2; ido commands failed to execute if there is some killed buffer
To: Glenn Morris <address@hidden
It rarely(less than 1 time per month) returns killed buffers, but it does.
Maybe some of my used packages referenced the killed buffers.
The elisp reference manual has mentioned about this behavior:
The buffer object for the buffer that has been killed remains in existence as long as anything refers to it, but it is specially marked so that you cannot make it current or display it. Killed buffers retain their identity, however; if you kill two distinct buffers, they remain distinct according to
eq although both are dead.
On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 4:29 PM, Glenn Morris <address@hidden>
> ido commands that finally calls ``ido-make-buffer-list'' would fail
> to execute if there is some killed buffer returned by ``buffer-list''.
But buffer-list doesn't return killed buffers:
"Return a list of all existing live buffers."