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Date: 4 Aug 2009 22:26:50 -0000
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Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 11:11:16 -0700
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From: Dave Yost <Dave@xxxxxxxx>
Subject: diff -r {foo*
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0 224 Z% echo $ZSH_VERSION
0 225 Z% mkdir -p foo1/bar foo2/bar
0 226 Z% diff -r {foo*

If I hit tab, it would be cool if I would get

0 226 Z% diff -r {foo1,foo2}/

Then if I hit tab again, I it would be cool to get

0 226 Z% diff -r {foo1,foo2}/bar/

Then if I hit tab again, I should get

0 226 Z% diff -r foo1/bar/ foo2/bar/

This is not the current behavior.

0 226 Z% diff -r {foo*

gets nothing, and

0 226 Z% diff -r {foo1,foo2}/


0 226 Z% diff -r foo1/ foo2/

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