Anonymous avatar Anonymous committed 2e6e170

Closing projects when no project is open

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         if self.project is not None:
         self.project = project.Project(root)
+        lisputils.message('Project "%s" opened' % self.project.address)
     def close_project(self):
-        if project is not None:
+        if self.project is not None:
+            path = self.project.address
             self.project = None
-            lisp.message('Project closed')
+            lisp.message('Project "%s" closed' % path)
     def undo_refactoring(self):
         end = lisp.buffer_size() + 1
         old_min = lisp.point_min()
         old_max = lisp.point_max()
-        narrowed = old_min != 1 or old_max != end
+        narrowed = (old_min != 1 or old_max != end)
         if narrowed:
             lisp.narrow_to_region(1, lisp.buffer_size() + 1)
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