Less verbose way of listing files to recover?

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Less verbose way of listing files to recover?

Ottavio Caruso
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Hi,


$ nvi -r
vi: no files to recover.

$ vim -r
Swap files found:
    In directory ~/.vim/tmp:
       -- none --


Is there a way to make vim behave like nvi, that is, give a less verbose
message natively, without, e.g., using a shell script?

Thanks.

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Re: Less verbose way of listing files to recover?

Ottavio Caruso
On Fri, 19 Feb 2021 at 18:11, Ottavio Caruso
<[hidden email]> wrote:

> $ nvi -r
> vi: no files to recover.
>
> $ vim -r
> Swap files found:
>     In directory ~/.vim/tmp:
>        -- none --
>
>
> Is there a way to make vim behave like nvi, that is, give a less verbose
> message natively, without, e.g., using a shell script?


I know it's rude but... bump! Anyone?


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