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Re: Bug: Autocompleting umlauts

matchers only support single-byte characters, comp.h says:
 * For now this just handles single-byte characters.
 * TODO: this will change.
and the manpage agrees:
       `m:{[:lower:]}={[:upper:]}'.   Although the matching system
does not yet han‐
       dle multibyte characters, this is likely to be a future
extension,  at  which
       point  this  syntax  will handle arbitrary alphabets; hence
this form, rather
       than the use of explicit ranges, is the recommended  form.   In
 other  cases

On 12/23/21, Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 23, 2021 at 8:41 AM <Luis.Dilling@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Suppose there's a subdirectory named `MÜNCHEN` in the current directory,
>> then tab-completion won't recognize this directory, when `cd münchen` +
>> [tab] is given.
> Version of zsh?
> Operating system?
> Locale settings?
> How are you enabling case-insensitive matching?  That is, are you
> using a matcher-list specification?  With or without NO_CASE_GLOB?

Mikael Magnusson

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