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Re: Incomplete completion for w3m under 4.1.1

Peter Stephenson <pws@xxxxxxx> writes:

> Lloyd Zusman wrote:
>> How can the _w3m completion spec be changed so that both kinds of values
>> can validly be completed for the final argument?
> Have a look at the _lynx completer, which deals with this problem using
> _alternative; that's probably the best way since it allows the normal
> tags stuff to work.  That would probably be easiest if the _w3mhistory
> stuff went into a function itself

I very much appreciate this information.  Attached are my altered _w3m
and a new helper function _w3mhist.  I'm pretty new at this, so could
someone evaluate what I came up with?

Also, I could only get this to work if I put "autoload -U _w3mhist" in
my /etc/zshrc, even though the file _w3mhist is in my $fpath.  What am
I missing?


#compdef w3m

local curcontext="$curcontext" state line
typeset -A opt_args

_arguments -C \
  '-t[tabwidth]:tabwidth:' \
  '-r[ignore backspace effect]' \
  '-l[preserved lines]:number of lines:' \
  '-B[load bookmark]' \
  '-bookmark:bookmark file:_files' \
  '-T[content-type]:content type:' \
  '-m[internet message mode]' \
  '-v[visual startup mode]' \
  '-M[monochrome display]' \
  '-F[automatically render frame]' \
  '(-dump_source -dump_head)-dump' \
  '-cols:column width:' \
  '(-dump -dump_head)-dump_source' \
  '(-dump -dump_source)-dump_head' \
  '+:goto line:' \
  '-num[show line number]' \
  '-no-proxy' \
  '-no-mouse' \
  '(-no-cookie)-cookie' \
  '(-cookie)-no-cookie' \
  '-no-graph' \
  '-S[squeeze multiple blank lines]' \
  '-W[toggle wrap search mode]' \
  '-X[do not use termcap init/deinit]' \
  '-o[option]:option-value:' \
  '-config:config file:_files' \
  '-debug' \
  ':url:->html' && return 0

case $state in
	_alternative 'files:file:_files -g "*.x#html"' 'urls:url:_w3mhist'

#compdef -default-

local _w3mhistory

if [[ -s ~/.w3m/history ]]; then
   compadd $_w3mhistory

_urls -f
 Lloyd Zusman

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