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Re: Moving virecover to ~/
On Sat, Nov 11, 2017 at 2:26 AM, Robert Elz <kre%munnari.oz.au@localhost> wrote:
> andromeda$ vi -r
> Wed Oct 18 22:37:28 2017: eval.c
> Thu Oct 19 16:59:28 2017: jobs.c
> Those are two source files from sh ... I can see from that when I was
> editing them last (probably a suspended vi when the system shut down.)
> What I don't know is which copy (or copies) of sh they're from, I have
> more than a dozen. Knowing the full path names of the files would
> help (nb: not the $PWD of the vi at the time, I often edit one shell's
> sources while in the directory containing a different version.)
If I understand you correctly, what you need is
actually $PWD, because the filenames will not
clash if being edited under different directories.
~/devel/nvi2> vi -r
Sun Nov 12 16:04:38 2017: common/msg.h
Sun Nov 12 16:05:27 2017: /home/lichray/devel/nvi-devel/common/msg.h
I edited both files from the same directory, same
vi session, where the 2nd file is opened with :N .
What vi recovery recorded is not the basename, but
the (expended) filename you *used* to open that file.
Zhihao Yuan, ID lichray
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