Issue #61 resolved

Non-existent buffer error

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If I accidentally close the output buffer, it gets deleted. Then the next time I use something like ,et (eval toplevel) I get:

Error detected while processing function vimclojure#ProtectedPlug..vimclojure#ReportError..150..vimclojure#WithSavedOption..vimclojure#WithSaved..1279..144: line 1: E86: Buffer 88 does not exist

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