Re: Command line completion doesn't use . and ,, in path: Bug?
- On 4/18/2013 7:50 AM, Nazri Ramliy wrote:
> Here's another attempt. This time we check if the expanded path endsI tried the patch to src/misc1.c (but not the patches for the automated test) and it appears to have fixed the issue. To recap the issue, here are the steps to test the issue manually:
> with a path separator then we replace it with forward slash, and we do
> this only on windows/msdos.
> Updated patch attached.
cd <to some_place>
mkdir -p foo/opt/vim
start gvim -u NONE -U NONE
Commands inside gvim:
"preceding will show <some_place>
:set cp wildchar=<Tab> wildmode=list:longest,full
"leave 'path' at default value of ".,,"
" all of the above is set-up; now for the test
:find foo<hit the tab key>
Without the patch, hitting the tab key does nothing. With the patch,
hitting the tab key will find foo.txt and foo\
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