On Di, 13 Mär 2018, Kazunobu Kuriyama wrote:
> 2018-03-13 21:56 GMT+09:00 Bram Moolenaar <b...@moolenaar.net>:
> Currently the :terminal command keeps the window open after the job
> exists. The idea is that you have a chance to see the job output, you
> might want to yank it. Closing the window automatically might mean you
> loose that text, there is no way to get it back.
> However, in practice I find that I mostly want the window to close as
> soon as the job finishes. So how about changing the default behavior?
> :terminal requires "exit<CR>:q<CR>" to close
> :terminal ++close requires "exit<CR>" to close
> With different default:
> :terminal requires "exit<CR>" to close
> :terminal ++noclose requires "exit<CR>:q<CR>" to close
> Good idea or bad idea?
> In case the job finished in a way different from one's expectation, he might
> feel sad seeing the window closed mercilessly and regret not giving the
> option when he opened the terminal. But if the proposed change comes with a
> to restore (part of) the contents of the closed window, just like g<, that
> would remind him that :smile is always with Vim.
Perhaps keep the last &lines in a register somewhere available. Also,
perhaps it makes sense to only autoclose the terminal, if the command
finished with a zero exit status.
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