I use the
:oldfiles command a lot, but it's annoying that it gets populated with things like terminal or help buffers. My understanding is that any buffer for which a mark exist will be listed by the command, so if I close Neovim while the focus is on a help or terminal buffer, I will see those next time on the lists.
I know I can use the
r option of the ShaDa file to filter out some paths by a prefix, but I wonder if there's a wider solution, after all I just care about files whose
buftype is empty