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Re: lynx-dev Bug with 'g'<tab><tab>?

From: Thomas Dickey
Subject: Re: lynx-dev Bug with 'g'<tab><tab>?
Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 22:42:58 -0400
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On Mon, Jul 24, 2000 at 09:34:06PM -0300, Frédéric L. W. Meunier wrote:
> Hi. Tested with 2.8.4dev.6 compiled with ncurses 5.1. When I hit
> 'g'<tab><tab> I get the list of visited sites. But there's
> something very strange. I just sent an e-mail and doing 'g'<tab>
> I get:

I've only looked at the completion for URL's and filenames - there are
other places where the same code is used which should be investigated
on a case-by-case basis to decide if completion should apply to them
(and if so, whether to use the same history or a new set).
...I seem to have overlooked this one, for instance...

> Is this a known problem to:
> 1- Include all lines of the message I sent using 'g'+mailto:address@hidden
> (no editor set at the Options Menu) at the 'g'<tab><tab> list page?
> 2- And what about repeating the visited URLs? 4 and 8 at the example.

that seems like a bug (it shouldn't duplicate entries).
> BTW, since I'm writing about 'g'<tab><tab>, what about separate buffers
> for at least 'g'<tab> and 'j'<tab>? I'm not going to use what I entered
> at one prompt in the other, but just an example of what may happend:
> I visited typing 'fgo' at the 'j' prompt
> I visited typing at the 'g' prompt
> Then I want to go back to using the 'j' prompt,
> but only typing 'j'+f<tab>. Needless to say, I get the URL
> at the jumps prompt, and it of course doesn't work. 'j'+fg<tab> works.
> What I'm trying to understand is why Lynx isn't using separete buffers
> for 'j'umps and 'g'oto (and maybe other prompts) if they don't seem
> to be shared. Any downside?
> Regards,
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