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Re: zsh completion of just latex files

On Wed, 23 Jun 2004 00:01:01 -0700 (PDT),  wrote:

>On Tue, 22 Jun 2004, zzapper wrote:
>> In a directory full of latex files *.tex and all the *.toc *.dvi etc I
>> want a widget to only complete *.tex  file eg
>> vtex some_tex_file.tex
>> How should I do this?
>Assuming (a) that you're using compsys rather than compctl and (b) that 
>there isn't already a specialized completer for "vtex", the way to do this
>is with the zstyle mechanism, specifically the file-patterns style.  The
>example in the manual is very similar to this:
>zstyle ':completion:*:*:vtex:*' file-patterns \
>	'*.tex:tex-files' '*.toc:toc-files *.dvi:dvi-files' '%p:all-files'
>This means to first try to complete tex files, then (simultaneously, note
>that the next two specs are both in the same string) toc or dvi files if
>there are no tex, and finally all files.
Pardon my ignorance, do I have 2 choose between the two methods of
completion compsys and compctl, can I mix them, do I have to activate
one or the other?

(Sorry a lot of zsh help still baffles me, I'll get there but I just
haven't grasped the principles)

zzapper (vim, cygwin, wiki & zsh)

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