Re: Bug? No completion after :tab
- Tony Mechelynck wrote:
> Hello. I notice there is no completion on commands prefixed by ":tab".I hadn't implemented this yet. I'll do it now.
> 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?
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