Problem with Obsession leaking buffers from one session to another

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Problem with Obsession leaking buffers from one session to another

David Woodfall
I've reported this on the Obsession issues page, but I thought I'd
ask here in case there is some generic setting or solution that may
help fix this.

The problem is that when I open a session file using -S it contains
buffers that were opened in either a previous session, or no session
at all.

Test case:

touch a b
vim a
:Obsession a-test
:q

vim b
:Obsession b-test
:q

vim -S a-test

It contains a buffer with 'b'.

Is there a way of fixing this? I've tried adjusting sessionoptions to
only contain 'folds,options,winsize,terminal' but it made no difference.
This is obviously a problem with sessions containing many buffers that
spill into each other.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Dave

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Re: Problem with Obsession leaking buffers from one session to another

David Woodfall
On Tuesday 24 April 2018 02:41,
Dave Woodfall <[hidden email]> put forth the proposition:

>I've reported this on the Obsession issues page, but I thought I'd
>ask here in case there is some generic setting or solution that may
>help fix this.
>
>The problem is that when I open a session file using -S it contains
>buffers that were opened in either a previous session, or no session
>at all.
>
>Test case:
>
>touch a b
>vim a
>:Obsession a-test
>:q
>
>vim b
>:Obsession b-test
>:q
>
>vim -S a-test
>
>It contains a buffer with 'b'.
>
>Is there a way of fixing this? I've tried adjusting sessionoptions to
>only contain 'folds,options,winsize,terminal' but it made no difference.
>This is obviously a problem with sessions containing many buffers that
>spill into each other.
>
>Any help is greatly appreciated.
>
>Dave

Well it seems my custom viminfo setting was the cause. I had %50 in
it, which was loading previous buffers.

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