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Magit status used to create a buffer with the buffer name magit: repo name. I recently upgraded Spacemacs and the Magit status buffer started to disappear whenever its window was not visible, and it doesn't show up in my buffer list.

I can keep it by renaming the buffer, but that's pretty annoying.

How can I debug this?

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  • Same issue here. Has anyone found a way to keep the magit-status buffer? I started having this issue after migrating to Spacemacs
    – ipocentro
    Oct 4 at 13:49
  • Does it happen from emacs -Q? If not, maybe it's worth report it to Spacemacs. Oct 4 at 14:04
  • Just to be sure; which buffer list? The list shown by SPC b b, or the actual buffer list (printed with M-: (buffer-list))? Could you try to first do M-: (setq magit-buffer (current-buffer)) in the magit-status buffer and then, without killing the magit-status buffer, but making it non-visible, do M-: (memq magit-buffer (buffer-list)) from another buffer. If the magit-status buffer really gets killed, then open an issue at Spacemacs (although I can not reproduce the behavior here). Oct 5 at 4:54

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