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Re: Re: Annoying zsh completion


I'm sorry I didn't realized that it was an case. And didn't noticed that it occurs only with
sudo when I was writing first email.


On , Mikael Magnusson <mikachu@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 10 January 2012 20:41, Volodya Khomchak kolombo.inc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> HI,


> So I had a time and tried to do all your suggestions.

> To answer you question - '.vim' is a folder.

> Unfortunately I was not able to solve this using any of way you proposed.

> The only one case when it works is empty .zshrc :)

> So I tried to set CORRECT_IGNORE='[._]*' - no results

> HASH_LIST_ALL - no results


> But finally I found the way of solving this. This occurs if 'correctall' is

> set. If I unset that and set 'correct' all works fine.

> But one more time I want to emphasize that it occurs only with `sudo` !

If it only occurs with sudo, it explains everything because then vim

is not a command, but an argument to the command sudo. However, does

this mean you fabricated the output in your first mail? That's usually

not a good idea when you don't fully understand what's going on as it

will lead everyone on a wild goose chase (see above).


Mikael Magnusson

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