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bug#27158: 25.2; Eliminating old usage of completing-read from built-in
bug#27158: 25.2; Eliminating old usage of completing-read from built-in files
Thu, 1 Jun 2017 12:27:04 +0300
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On 6/1/17 5:23 AM, Drew Adams wrote:
(defun completing-read (prompt collection &optional predicate
require-match initial-input hist def
prompt collection predicate require-match
initial-input hist (or def "") inherit-input-method))
It doesn't suffice.
My context is "the whole of Emacs". That's what Ido Ubiquitous
is supposed to be affecting and improving.
Really? Even when `ido-ubiquitous-mode' is off?
Obviously not. Also not when it's not installed, in case you were wondering.
Again: What prevents you from making `completing-read' behave
that way (or any other way) within your context? Why is it
insufficient for you to do that in your value of
`completing-read-function' or by advising `completing-read'
for the duration?
You fail at reading.
I change the behavior of `completing-read' considerably
more than what you've described, but I do it only inside
`icicle-mode'. When the mode is off, the vanilla behavior
returns to `completing-read'. Not a big deal. Normal.
And yet, you haven't contributed anything helpful to this discussion so far.
- bug#27158: 25.2; Eliminating old usage of completing-read from built-in files,
Dmitry Gutov <=