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Re: the function to show a digit argument while it is being typed
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- From: Greg Klanderman <gak@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: the function to show a digit argument while it is being typed
- Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2009 13:38:03 -0500
- In-reply-to: <091111094507.ZM30174@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> (Bart Schaefer's message of "Wed, 11 Nov 2009 09:45:07 -0800")
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>>>>> On November 11, 2009 Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Things get even hairier when argument-base is thrown in.
So I decided to play with that a bit, and in my experience, use of
argument-base to set the base only persists for one subsequent use of
digit-argument or universal-argument. Is that expected? It's what I
see even with 'zsh -f'. The documentation is not explicit on this
point, but my assumption is that the setting would persist until the
next change, and I do not see anywhere in the code where zmod.base is
modified other than in argumentbase(), though there are two struct
assignments to it, however they look to be doing save/restore types of
stuff, but I'm not sure what bin_zle_call() is wrapped around..
Anyway, is this how it's supposed to work?
Also, in universalargument(), is it intentional that if an argument is
explicitly passed it is interpreted in base 10?
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