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Re: w3m-switch-to-buffer and buffer-list order
- From: Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 09:31:23 +0900
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In [emacs-w3m : No.11753] Kevin Ryde wrote:
> When first opening up a w3m buffer, it's at the end of (buffer-list)
> where I hoped it would be at the start, as per a usual switch-to-buffer.
> (w3m-browse-url "file:///tmp")
> *w3m* buffer at the end of the list, not the start
> I see a newly created buffer goes through w3m-switch-to-buffer. Is
> there a reason it's not a plain `switch-to-buffer'?
In the middle of the last year (in the Emacs head), `switch-to-buffer'
was restricted to be used as an interactive command only, and the byte
compiler got to warn about non-interactive usage. It was taken back
soon, though. `w3m-switch-to-buffer' is the one made just then.
I'll replace it back to `switch-to-buffer', later.