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Re: undo-kill-buffer

From: Aaron Maxwell
Subject: Re: undo-kill-buffer
Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2006 17:22:08 -0700
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On Tuesday 24 October 2006 17:14, Stefan Monnier wrote:
> >> > Hi, Does anyone know of an existing emacs function that will undo a
> >> > kill-buffer command?  So like, if the user issues C-x k and then
> >> > suddenly
> >>
> >> Do you notice this happening often (that you mistakenly kill a buffer)?
> >
> > Yeah, all the time :)
> Maybe it's due to a UI misfeature.  Could you explain in which context
> this happens?  Are you just using C-x k or some other way to kill the
> buffers? C-x k It's a command I almost never use.

Yes, i use C-x k .  Mostly it happens when I am doing some development that 
happens to involve a large number of files.  Often then I will try to kill 
buffers I'm no longer working with, just to help keep organized or other 
reasons.  Sometimes I'll kill a buffer (file) in this way and a moment later 
realize that there is another change I need to make.

>         Stefan
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