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Re: Setting the 'completer' style - _match and **
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- From: Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: Setting the 'completer' style - _match and **
- Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2016 08:46:07 -0700
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On Sep 20, 8:54am, Daniel Shahaf wrote:
} [ Your MUA seems to have changed the subject: your email has a hyphen
} where the email you reply to had an em dash. ]
Sorry about that; mail to my home desktop passes through a number of
gateways and processing steps, some of which think non-ascii subjects
are potential spam indicators.
} > } The idea is that if a pattern contains "**" then _match('s wrapper) will
} > } leave it for _expand to process.
} > You could probably come up with a "zstyle -e" formulation that would only
} > include_match in the completer value in the right circurmstances.
} How would I do that? I think the "right circumstances" are [[ $curtag
} == *(file|dir)* ]], but the 'completer' style is looked up under the
} context :completion:::::, before tags are known.
I was thinking quite literally what you said about the pattern:
zstyle -e ':completion:*' completer \
'[[ $PREFIX$SUFFIX == *[*][*]* ]] && reply=(... _expand ...) || \
reply=(... _match ...)'
But you could add to the [[ ]] e.g. "&& $words == service" (the
value of $service hasn't been set yet there either because it's a
feature of _complete).
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