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Re: 'ignore-line yes' style semantics?
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- From: Ole Jørgen Brønner <olejorgenb@xxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: 'ignore-line yes' style semantics?
- Date: Fri, 13 May 2011 08:50:27 +0200
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On Thu, 12 May 2011 19:45:32 +0200, Mikael Magnusson <mikachu@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
2011/5/9 Ole Jørgen Brønner <olejorgenb@xxxxxxxx>:
Finally, if the style is set to other, no word apart from
the current one will be considered as a possible completion.
Did you paste this manpage extract as a way of saying "never mind, I
found the answer"? But then why did you press send? Color me confused.
Hehe :), no just so other people had a quick reference for the current
behavior. I want to change it or add an extra option
Okay, maybe the text you pasted is obvious to me, but not to you, or I
am completely misunderstanding what you want to do. Does setting the
style to "other" not do exactly what you want?
Hm.. that seems indeed to be the case :) I can no longer remember what I thought the 'other' value did. Maybe something like that _only_ the current word (of like, all possible words) would be considered, although that doesn't make sense at all. I can swear I tested it though, but apparently not.
Thanks, and sorry for the last double post
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