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(Optionally) remove not readable files #32

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blueyed opened this Issue Feb 14, 2013 · 5 comments

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@blueyed
blueyed commented Feb 14, 2013

If a file is not readable, tmru complains after trying to open it: "TMRU: File not readable".

It would be nice, if it could get removed from the mru list then (automatically and/or optionally).

@tomtom
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tomtom commented Feb 15, 2013

The item gets removed from the list, doesn't it?

should also remove all inexistent files.

@blueyed
blueyed commented Feb 15, 2013

No. I remember it that way, but since a while it does not anymore.

I can provide more information (settings), if it helps you.

@tomtom tomtom added a commit that closed this issue Feb 15, 2013
@tomtom Make automatic removal on non-existing files configurable & consisten…
…t: g:tmru#auto_remove_unreadable (fixes #32)
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@tomtom tomtom closed this in b6aa68f Feb 15, 2013
@blueyed
blueyed commented Mar 14, 2013

For whatever reason that does not work for me.

It still says "File not readable", but it does not get removed from the list (when re-invoking tmru).

Can I help you to debug this?

@tomtom
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@blueyed
blueyed commented May 2, 2013

The variables are set as expected.

When invoking 20verb TMRU it displays these errors:

:20verb TMRU            Error detected while processing function tmru#SelectMRU..tlib#World#New..312
..314:
line   18:
E724: variable nested too deep for displaying
                         Error detected while processing function tmru#SelectMRU..tlib#World#New..31
2:
line    8:
E724: variable nested too deep for displaying
Error detected while processing function tmru#SelectMRU..tlib#World#New..341..tlib#Filter_cnf#New:
line    1:
E724: variable nested too deep for displaying
Error detected while processing function tmru#SelectMRU:
line    5:
E171: Missing :endif
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