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Re: test-completion and hash-tables

From: Luc Teirlinck
Subject: Re: test-completion and hash-tables
Date: Sun, 14 Dec 2003 21:46:00 -0600 (CST)

>From my previous message:

   2.  `test-completion' is only supposed to be used on the results of
       calling either `try-completion' or `all-completions'.  In all
       cases where I saw `test-completion' being used, this was the case.
       If so, there is no inconsistency, as even `eq' hash-tables will

This possibility probably makes no sense.  If the match of
`try-completion' is not exact, there still is a problem and for
elements of the list returned by `all-completions', the check is
redundant.  The fact that in all concrete minibuffer completion cases
I tried a bug was avoided, because this assumption held, must have
been a coincidence.



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