While I'm coding in various buffers, sometimes semantic/cedet wants to delete some buffer(s) I'm not immediately using. The clue: A pop-up window saying words to the effect of
"foo.cpp has been modified. Do you really want to kill it"
This would appear to correlate with this entry in *Messages*:
Updating buffer list...done
I think its frequency depends on how many files I'm working on at the same time, but I have not figured out how to readily reproduce it.
I would think semantic would only delete buffers that:
1) it -- not the user -- has opened, and
2) are not modified.
Is this the case? If not, should it be?
If there's some configuration associated with this behavior, please advise.