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Re: Bug#431437: zsh: 'svn {ci, commit}' completion includes uncontrolled/unmodified files

On Mon, 2 Jul 2007 11:55:00 -0700
Wayne Davison <wayned@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> This sounds like the normal zsh behavior for ignored files; e.g:
> zsh -f
> fignore=(.old)
> touch foo foobar.old
> ls fo<TAB> completes "foo"
> ls foob<TAB> completes "foobar.old" (since there are no non-ignored
> completions that are possible)
> If it is possible to change this behavior, I don't know about how.
> Anyone else know?

Removing the _ignored completer turns this off globally, but that's
probably not what you want.  Setting ignored-patterns to empty for the
context in question might be better.

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