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Re: How does M-x completion works

From: Andreas Röhler
Subject: Re: How does M-x completion works
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2010 11:03:25 +0100
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Hibou57 (Yannick Duchêne) wrote:
>>> Well, as it seems to be a hard coded reference (I looked at strings
>>> contained in the exe, there seems to be a lot like this), I may try
>>> to add
>>> a script, which, at startup, will iterate on autoload definitions, check
>>> for each if the corresponding file exist, and if the file if not there,
>>> then remove the definition (if possible). Or perhaps, as an other
>>> alternative, recompile an Emacs without the unneeded hard coded
>>> definitions.
>> Why?  What problem do they cause?
> Although removed, they are still shown by the auto-completion,

AFAIK Emacs has no auto-completion in standard mode.
Are severals out there, as predictive-mode, but not coming with Emacs.

Could you describe the precise command your are using?

BTW `complete-symbol' for example checks the tags table.
Have a look if `tags-table-list' delivers it.


> the trouble.

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