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Re: can zsh do this? (fuzzy match, categorised suggestion)
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- From: "SGT. Garcia" <darwinskernel@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: can zsh do this? (fuzzy match, categorised suggestion)
- Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2015 04:51:20 -0500
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On Feb 13 23:33 -0800, Bart Schaefer wrote:
> On Feb 13, 8:56pm, SGT. Garcia wrote:
> } Subject: can zsh do this? (fuzzy match, categorised suggestion)
> } it comes down to:
> } 1. incremental and fuzzy match for types chars so far, and it's on always.
> I don't usually plug things like this because they tend to tickle any
> unstable corners of the shell, but auto-fu seems to be reasonably well
> written and probably works better than incremental-complete-word:
> Just use it with the _approximate completer and you should get something
> much like what you've described.
yest it does. thank you very much indeed.
btw, its author has also contributed to vimperator.
> } 2. categorisation in representation of suggestions/predictions
> This can be accomplished with the tags mechanism in completion zstyles
> plus appropriate values of the "format" style in the right contexts.
> It'd be pretty tedious to set up the first time, I suspect, but perhaps
> someone would do so and publish the result.
auto-fu sort of does that but by bordering categories with the name of each
category; good enough for now. i rather see the author of auto-fu implement
it. it seems advanced for my knowledge of zsh.
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