It is not uncommon for me to want to revert my current buffer.
For a long while I have used
(find-alternate-file) which by default is bound to
Recently I switched to mapping this keybinding to
revert-buffer but now I have found out about:
(revert-buffer-quick &optional AUTO-SAVE) Like ‘revert-buffer’, but asks for less confirmation. If the current buffer is visiting a file, and the buffer is not modified, no confirmation is required.
It is bound to
C-x x g and has the added benefit of not always asking for confirmation!
I will try and add this new command to my muscle memory but shall I just unbind my old
revert-buffer key-mapping or rebind
C-x C-v to this new function also?, in other words should I fully commit?