> On 11/08/2017 18:21, Christian Brabandt wrote:
> > On Fr, 11 Aug 2017, Lifepillar wrote:
> >> Is there any way yet to recognize that a window's buffer is a
> >> terminal buffer (say, to define a custom status line)?
> >> To be clear, I am talking about the terminal feature currently under
> >> development in Vim.
> > You can check the buftype option, which should be terminal as long as
> > the job is still running or use something like
> > index(term_list(), bufnr('')) > -1
> Thanks, both work even after the job is finished.
> Wouldn't it make sense to also set filetype to vim_terminal or something
> like that, to take advantage of ftdetect?
The text in the window can be anything. A filetype is set if we know
what kind of text there is. So setting the filetype for a terminal is
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