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bufed-grouping: preference variable

Default value: 0

Epsilon can subdivide the list of buffers displayed by the bufed command, and sort each group separately. First it lists buffers with associated files, as well as buffers created by the new-file command. Then it lists buffers without files, typically dired buffers and other special-purpose buffers. Finally (and only if you invoked bufed with a numeric argument), Epsilon lists "system" buffers. The 1 bit in this variable tells Epsilon to separately sort each of these groups according to the current bufed sorting rules, and present the groups in the order shown. Otherwise, Epsilon sorts all groups together, according to the current bufed sorting rules. The 2 bit in this variable, toggled by bufed's m subcommand, puts modified buffers at the top of the list.

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