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Re: PATCH: isearch match highlighting
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- From: "Matt Wozniski" <godlygeek@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: zsh-workers@xxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: PATCH: isearch match highlighting
- Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 20:27:22 -0400
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On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 6:48 PM, Peter Stephenson wrote:
> This one is worth posting.
> With pattern matching in isearch, it's now quite useful to have the
> matched string highlighted. I've made the default underlining rather
> than standout because of the annoyance that standout on a cursor that's
> shown in inverse video flips it to normal video, then when you've just
> matched one character there's nothing at all on the line. This seems to
> be common behaviour.
> You could argue that if highlighting is done this way it would make more
> sense for the cursor position to be where the user is typing, but I
> it's non-trivial to change, hard to be sure the highlighting selected is
> going to work, incompatible with usage when there's no highlighting, and
> I don't feel like monkeying with it anyway.
> I can't help feeling I must have screwed up this one somehow.
Is this working for others? It doesn't seem to work at all for me.
and the shell goes into a tight loop, using 100% of one of my cores,
and won't die to anything less than a kill -9. Anybody else see this?
It's a fresh checkout, built with './configure --enable-multibyte
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