On Aug 6, 9:55 pm, "spamfilteracco...@xxxxxxxxx"
> On Aug 6, 11:52 pm, billc...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > My preference would be to have the selected history handling done by
> > type rather than source. For example, I might be regularly editing a
> > file1.txt (and thus file1.txt would appear in and I would be selecting
> > it from the "File Name History" source). However, I might then do
> > something that results in many files being opened (thus filling my
> > recent files list). If the history handling was done by source, then
> > file1.txt would still show up at the top of the "Locate" source even
> > though I hadn't been selecting it from that source since both the
> > "File Name History" source and the "Locate" source deal with objects
> > of type "file".
> Currently, it would l only work the other way around (if you select
> something from Locate then it will show up first in other source of
> type file), because sorting does not (yet) support asynchronous
> sources, but that's exactly what I was thinking of.
> I've come to the solution in the meantime: if the source has a type
> then selection should be stored and used by type, otherwise by source
Sounds good; however, I don't see the changes reflected in anything-
adaptive yet (http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki?
action=history;id=anything-adaptive.el). Are you still working on
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