On Mon, Oct 03, 2016 at 09:50:08AM -0700, Xtian wrote:
>> Newsbeuter also has edit-urls command (bound to E by default) which
>> open the file in the editor that you set through EDITOR environment
>This edits the file with my editor, which I already edited, yes?
Yes, this opens the same file: ~/.newseuter/urls or
~/.config/newsbeuter/urls (depending on where you store your config.)
>I use vim so I should have a clean file.
I don't get why your file should be clean; can you explain?
Okay, so with that new info taken into account, I have two hypotheses:
1. You forgot to save the file.
2. You're editing the wrong file.
Can you please check those? Take note of the following (quoting section
4.21 of the doc):
> Newsbeuter implements limited support for the XDG Base Directory
> Specification. It needs to be set up manually by creating the
> following directories:
> If these directories exist or the environment variables
> $XDG_CONFIG_HOME and $XDG_DATA_HOME are set, newsbeuter will use these
> directories, otherwise it will default to ~/.newsbeuter as its
> configuration directory.
Newsbeuter actually reports (on startup) where it's reading the urls
file from, so take notice of that.
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