> I find it very ergonomic that MacVim's cmdline file completion seems
> to operate in an ignorecase mode. Is this behavior peculiar to
> MacVim, or can it be simulated on other implementations of Vim using
> some combination of options?
> (I realize that ignorecase makes sense on the Mac OS, because case
> can't be used to distinguish files, but I find that traditional
> console Vim on Mac OS doesn't (cannot?) exploit this. With Mac OS
> Vims that are not MacVim, I still have to use uppercase at times
> during file completion in order to correctly matched the displayed
> case of a file's name.)
This behavior is enabled/disabled at compile time. If I remember
correctly the define USE_FNAME_CASE is what controls this, but maybe
it is CASE_INSENSITIVE_FILENAME (these are defined in os_mac.h).
Search the archives, I think we've discussed it in the past.
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