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Re: bug in _mutt ?
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- From: "Bart Schaefer" <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: Andy Spiegl <zsh.Andy@xxxxxxxxx>, zsh-workers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: bug in _mutt ?
- Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2000 17:51:06 -0700
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On Jun 26, 9:43pm, Andy Spiegl wrote:
> > [...] on strings that aren't necessarily file names. So you should find
> > that if you type
> > % mutt -f =sub<TAB>
> > it'll append the slash, and offer completions of
> > cus mutt zsh zsh-workers linux kira akte
> Hm, it does append the slash, but then I only get a beep. :-(
Time for <C-x?> and a look at the trace output. As I said, I don't use
mutt, so it's not straightforward for me to debug this stuff.
> actually in that case I would expect zsh to offer me _all_ the files in
> that directory. Hm, that's probably the same issue as whether completion
> after = or + should only list the .muttrc-defined mailboxes or whether it
> should list all files under ~/Mail. I'd prefer both...in separate groups.
Right now _mailboxes understands "mailboxes" and "files in $maildirectory"
as two separate groups, and the prefix `=' is used to introduce "mailboxes"
rather than being an abbreviation for $maildirectory.
It would be possible to treat `=' both ways by moving the `compset -P' test
from the `case' statement down into the `while _tags' loop, I think; it
would also be necessary to special-case the _files call for mutt to pass
it -W $maildirectory, and maybe some other things ...
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