I'm using a.vim to easily switch between .h and .cpp files of a C++ project that is not in a mercurial repository. When I activate the command to switch files I get this error message displayed:
lawrencium: No Mercurial repository found above: /cygdrive/path/to/file/Im/editing.cpp
and have to acknowledge it (
<ESC>) before the file will change.
This shouldn't be an error that gets displayed to me because I know the file isn't in a mercurial repository. I think lawrencium should just silently do nothing when I switch buffers like this.