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Re: zsh-4.04 and w3m browser

Vincent Lefevre wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 28, 2002 at 13:36:55 +0200, Thomas Köhler wrote:
> > alias w3m="noglob w3m"
> > 
> > I use the same with lynx :-)
> But this wouldn't work if you want to mix URIs and filenames for
> some arbitrary program. Shouldn't globbing be smarter (possibly
> as an option)? For instance, when a word starts with "http:" or
> "ftp:", globbing shouldn't be performed. "file:" could be treated
> in a special way: for localhost, globbing should be performed and
> completion should work.

This is virtually the same as what `setopt nonomatch' does, assuming you
don't have files with names beginning http: or ftp:.

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