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Re: Bash-like autocompletition
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- From: Frank Terbeck <ft@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: Bash-like autocompletition
- Date: Tue, 17 Aug 2010 09:49:13 +0200
- In-reply-to: <4C6A357B.1030306@xxxxxxx> (Matthias Brandt's message of "Tue, 17 Aug 2010 09:08:43 +0200")
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Matthias Brandt wrote:
> Am 08/17/2010 08:45 AM, schrieb Frank Terbeck:
>> Matthias Brandt wrote:
>>> $ ls a<tab> #i want the cli only complete
>>> $ ls aa #until the first ambigous character.
>>> aaaabcdefg aabg aabcdefg #<- the menu will be shown
>>> Any idea how to configure this?
> Sorry, but this doesn't help me. I've allready read some tutorials
> about compsys, but I don't get any solution for my specific problem:
> zsh should only complete until the first ambigous character.
Well, you have to explain where your problem is with that setup...
What that setup does this:
+ Complete until the first non-ambiguous character, if possible.
+ Show a list of possible completions, if there are only ambiguous
completions left and tab is pressed.
+ If the list from the previous step is being displayed and tab is
hit again, enter that list as a browsable menu with a cursor you
can control with the keyboard's cursor keys.
Point one and two sound a *lot* you're asking for. Point three is a
little extra sugar, a lot of people like. You may want the menu to be
shown right away after the first tab when all non-ambiguous characters
have been inserted. If so, that's wasn't entirely clear to me.
But as for "zsh should only complete until the first ambigous
character", that's what that setup does.
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