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2020-12-10
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rafaeldelboni14:12:09

Hello folks, how you all clear the conjure buffer? I'm deleting the buffer lines, but doesn't seems optimal.

Olical14:12:04

So I just delete the buffer contents or even bdelete! if required, but that's SUPER rare, like when I accidentally print a 100k+ line value 😬

Olical14:12:57

What times are you having to clear the buffer? Or is it just to keep things tidy and concise? I'm considering adding a mapping or command for this (probably command so it's more intentional and not accidental) but I'm still not sure if it's really essential.

rafaeldelboni14:12:56

When I'm running the tests, and I have a stack error in the middle of my results, I like to clear the buffer to run them again

rafaeldelboni14:12:04

just to make easier to see the outputs I can open de buffer go to the top and read the outputs, but this is something very personal I think

Olical14:12:01

I'm thinking <prefix>lR as the default mapping, feel free to make suggestions and thoughts in there.

rafaeldelboni14:12:47

Sounds good, I liked the mapping

dave15:12:44

that's a feature idea that has never occurred to me, but i think there's a possibility that if it were available, i would use it quite a bit

dave15:12:56

sort of analogous to spamming ^L in a terminal

Olical13:12:32

It's on develop, there's <prefix>lr to soft reset (keeping windows open and resetting the line content) and <prefix>lR to hard reset. The hard reset uses bwipeout!, so the buffer is rebuilt completely including mappings, config, lines etc. Good if another plugin has somehow interfered and broken the buffer.

Olical13:12:36

Let me know if it works okay for you 🙂

rafaeldelboni12:12:35

Hey is working great for me! Thanks a lot.

Olical12:12:50

Glad to hear!