Le 30 sept. 2014 à 15:37, Allan Odgaard <mailinglist(a)textmate.org> a écrit :
On 29 Sep 2014, at 22:48, Bas Van Klinkenberg wrote:
Just wanted to let you know that since version 2.0-alpha.9567 the ‘File' ->
'Open Recent...' list has become pretty useless because it now keeps track of each
and every file you open inside a project directory […]
Are you referring to this change as the regression:
• Files opened via mate are now added to the recent menu by default unless the file is a
dot-file (hidden), --wait or --no-recent is specified, or the file is in the system’s
temporary folder. Also cleaned up the command options a bit, e.g. --async is now
--no-wait, run mate -h for more info.
Due to this older items (other projects I worked on yesterday for example) drop off the
list very fast
There is a special action for recent “projects” accessible as the misnamed Open →
Hey, I have been wondering about that, though it doesn't really match OP's
description (keeps track of every file you open), but for me it really keep tracks of
every file you *create*. Here are some steps :
- Open one of your projects with Terminal and mate, or the Recent menu itself —
doesn't see to matter.
- Create and save a new empty file.
- A new entry for the file is added to the Recents menu, even thought it's under a
I wouldn't have expected this new file to be added under the Recent menu, since
it's already "accessible" from a project I use day-to-day, and I don't
think it falls under your changes made to mate.