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RE: Completion problem when `nocaseglob' is set

John Cooper wrote in

> Thanks for letting me know. 4.3.5 isn't available yet via Cygwin's
> setup.exe, so I've installed version 4.3.2, which doesn't exhibit the
> problem. 
>     --- John.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mikael Magnusson [mailto:mikachu@xxxxxxxxx] 
> Sent: 28 October 2008 18:37
> To: John Cooper
> Cc: zsh-users@xxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: Completion problem when `nocaseglob' is set
> 2008/10/28 John Cooper <John.Cooper@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
>> I've just upgraded to zsh 4.3.4 (via Cygwin) and have found that
>> completion in the root C: drive no longer works when I `setopt
>> nocaseglob'. 
>> Apparently, creating the /c directory allowed it to become visible to
>> the globbing system (it's listed in `print /*'), although I don't
>> understand why this is only needed when `nocaseglob' is in effect.
>> Anyway, with zsh 4.3.4, the above is now only a partial fix:
>> $ ls /c/<TAB>    # lists files as expected
>> $ ls c:/<TAB>    # no files listed
>> Does anyone know how I can get completion to work using c:/<TAB> with
>> zsh 4.3.4 with `nocaseglob' enabled?
>> I've tried the following, but to no avail:
>>  zstyle ':completion:*:paths' accept-exact 'c:'
>>  zstyle ':completion:*' fake-files '/:c'
> This is a bug that was fixed in 4.3.5,

Peter Castro maintains zsh on Cygwin 

Peter Castro at: doctorATfruitbatDOTorg

I'd like an new version with c:/ completion as well!


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