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I'm not really sure how it's supposed to work, but when I use helm-projectile-recentf, I don't find the most recent files. Sometimes I do and sometimes I don't;)

I always find them with helm-recentf, though.

What are the criteria for files to be added to projectile-recentf?

Of course, the files are part of the same projectile, even the same directory, but if I visit a file, then switch to another file in the same directory, then try projectile-recentf again, the file is not there;)

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It looks like projectile uses the recentf-list and filters those to the list that starts with project-root. See projectile-recentf-files. The only thing I can think of to describe what you see is that the project-root defined in projectile isn't the same as what the filenames expand to, so it appears they do not show up.

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  • projectile-project-root is nil, so where does it take the root from? I have .git in root, so I guess it picks it up from there, but what variable does projectile-recentf-files use? Mar 5 at 12:34
  • it uses the function (projectile-acquire-root). That in turn calls projectile-project-root. that function is more complicated and it looks like it is eventually looking in projectile-project-root-cache. Mar 7 at 19:17

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