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Re: Bug? No completion after :tab

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... I hadn t implemented this yet. I ll do it now. -- I recommend ordering large cargo containers of paper towels to make up whatever budget underruns you
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 26, 2006
      Tony Mechelynck wrote:

      > Hello. I notice there is no completion on commands prefixed by ":tab".
      >
      > Example (with 'nocompatible' defaults):
      > Using the latest snapshot (207):
      > Assume there is a file named "foobar.txt" in Vim's current directory.
      >
      > - Type (in Normal mode)
      >
      > :vert new foo<Tab>
      >
      > --> Vim completes the command-line to
      >
      > :vert new foobar.txt
      >
      > - Hit Esc to clear the command-line, then type
      >
      > :tab new foo<Tab>
      >
      > --> Vim leaves the command-line showing
      >
      > :tab new foo^I
      >
      > (where <Tab> means "hit the Tab key" and ^I is highlighted as SpecialKey).
      >
      > Is this discrepancy expected?

      I hadn't implemented this yet. I'll do it now.

      --
      I recommend ordering large cargo containers of paper towels to make up
      whatever budget underruns you have. Paper products are always useful and they
      have the advantage of being completely flushable if you need to make room in
      the storage area later.
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