On Tue, Nov 19, 2019 at 05:18:18PM -0500, Paul Fox wrote: > thomas wrote: > > Hi, > > > > I’m a new user of vile and I really like it. It is fast and the > > mix of emacs and vi is good. I’m coming from emacs keybindings and > > I find vile’s default to be really nice. > > > > I have a question regarding storing sessions and history. Is there > > some way to let vile remeber which files are opened? Furthermore, > > can vile remember the search strings history? > > Not between sessions, that I'm aware of. Search strings are remembered > within a session, of course.
winvile (Clark Morgan's contribution here) does remember up to the last 20 files and directories, which I've found useful. But reopening a file at the last place I was editing never seemed useful enough to want to implement it (since I'm _done_ at the previous location). That, and because saving/reloading all of the relevant state would be a performance hit. however (as usual) I'll take into account patches, etc. (at the moment I'm filling in the other 90% on a recent change for byacc) -- Thomas E. Dickey <dic...@invisible-island.net> https://invisible-island.net ftp://ftp.invisible-island.net
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