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Re: completion & read, vared

Bart Schaefer wrote:

> ...
> To get the effect that you specifically asked for above, you need to change
> the default completion by using "compctl -T", then restore the default when
> vared has exited.  E.g.,
> 	compctl -Tx 'W[0,*]' -u
> 	vared whatever
> 	compctl -T
> As usual, one can't attempt something like this without running into another
> zsh oddity.  In this case,
> 	compctl -T -u
> is accepted and appears in the "compctl -L" output, but is a no-op.

To prevent making all other compctls useless, yes.

> There
> has to be a -x option and a pattern before -T will do anything at all.  The
> manual says -T "is only useful when combined with extended completion" but
> here's a case where (a) it's useful WITHOUT extended completion and (b) it
> fails mysteriously when used in the obvious way.
> We should strive to prevent this sort of thing.

And we are. I am currently implementing the inclusive-or-thing and one 
of the things I already changed is making the default options to -T be 


Sven Wischnowsky                         wischnow@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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