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Introduce ivy-recentf #124

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nsemrau opened this Issue May 31, 2015 · 2 comments

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nsemrau commented May 31, 2015

I currently use helm-recentf to quickly filter and select recent buffers. I would like to convert that to ivy. I'm aware of ivy-use-virtual-buffers but it mixes the list of live buffers with virtual/recent buffers in ivy-switch-buffer. I see the value and quickness in this approach but my aim is to continue to keep the lists separate and have a dedicated way to select a recent buffer via ivy.

Would you be willing to introduce a way in ivy to access solely the recentf-list, analogous to helm-recentf (plus comparable functions like ido-open-recentf or recentf-open-file :))?

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plus comparable functions like ido-open-recentf or recentf-open-file

I don't know what this means, I just added a basic function to open a file on recentf-list.

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abo-abo commented Jun 1, 2015

plus comparable functions like ido-open-recentf or recentf-open-file

I don't know what this means, I just added a basic function to open a file on recentf-list.

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nsemrau Jun 1, 2015

Sorry for the confusion, the additional functions I named were just there to further illustrate what kind of functionality I asked for. The function you added is exactly what I meant. Thank you for the quick and positive response! 👍

nsemrau commented Jun 1, 2015

Sorry for the confusion, the additional functions I named were just there to further illustrate what kind of functionality I asked for. The function you added is exactly what I meant. Thank you for the quick and positive response! 👍

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