Recent Documents Switcher Sort Order
martin at heimlich.info
Thu Nov 22 07:12:38 GMT 2012
Thanks for looking into this! I will try to create a test case that
triggers this problem reliably.
On Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 3:00 PM, Andreas Pakulat <apaku at gmx.de> wrote:
> as my first answer was swalled it seems (due to the ml-move) I'll
> reply here again.
> On Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 12:39 PM, Milian Wolff <mail at milianw.de> wrote:
> > On Tuesday 20 November 2012 08:59:03 Martin Heimlich wrote:
> >> I'm an avid KDevelop user for some years now, but I still haven't
> >> out what kind of scheme is used to sort the documents in the "Recent
> >> Documents Switcher" :).
> >> Most of the time Ctrl-TAB brings back the document that was in the
> >> foreground right before the current one, but sometimes I get to some
> >> different document and looking at the popup the order does not seem to
> >> anything to do with my document usage history and I cannot figure out
> >> kind of sort order (alphabetic etc.).
> >> I admit that am quite lazy on closing documents which leads to me having
> >> 30-40 files open all the time. Sometimes the "recent" file is almost at
> >> bottom of the list, which makes it quite annoying and hard to find.
> >> Please give me a hint on how files are sorted, so I can adapt to it.
> >> Anyway, thanks for your great work on KDevelop!
> >> Bye,
> > It should be LRU sorted, but apparently it is not (always). If you find
> a way
> > how to reproduce this, please report a bug on bugs.kde.org and give us
> > steps required to reproduce this such that we can fix it.
> FWIW, this has been a problem ever since I wrote the plugin. In some
> situations it looks like sublime is sending out the signals the plugin
> uses to be notified about view-changes even if no view change happened
> which causes the view to be moved up and others down in the list. IIRC
> this happens especially when closing files.
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