On 2002-08-27 at 14:34 -0700, Eric.D.Friedman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: > My .zshrc currently uses the following set for completing "cd" and friends: > > # cd/pushd only directories or symbolic links to directories > compctl -g '*(-/)' cd chdir dirs pushd > # skips CVS when changing directories > # compctl -g '*~(*/)#CVS(/)' cd > compctl -g '*(-/)' -g '*~(*/)#CVS(/)' cd chdir dirs pushd Doesn't the second uncommented one replace the first one? > (1) I can't get completions for directories that start with a "." ; and 'D' glob modifier, as you noticed. > (2) symlinks to directories do not work. '-', as you noticed. > I'm using zsh-4.0.2 on solaris. Thanks -- I see too many reports where that basic info isn't included. It's not needed in this case, but better to have five words too many than to miss a vital clue. :^) > I tried putting "D" in the first completion rule [ as in -g "$(D-/)" ] but > that didn't work out. $(...) is command substitution -- the POSIX form of `...`, with different rules on escaping metacharacters. > Can anyone set me straight? How about: compctl -g '*~CVS(D-/)' cd chdir dirs pushd Anything except CVS, and then modifier flags. Works here (4.0.2/OpenBSD). -- Democracy is three wolves and a sheep voting on what's for dinner.
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