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Wed, 06 May 2009 12:00:43 +0900
"Drew Adams" <address@hidden> writes:
>> Do you really need to know explicitly? Could you instead just test
>> `completion-ignore-case', which is let-bound to the value of
>> read-buffer-completion-ignore-case inside of read-buffer?
> Not sure I follow you. Do you mean compare the values of
> `completion-ignore-case' and `read-buffer-completion-ignore-case', and
> assume that a buffer name is being read if (and only if) they are
No, I mean, make your code generic, and only pay attention to
`completion-ignore-case', as it will have the correct value in the
various different circumstances.
> For what I have in mind that test wouldn't be sufficient. I really
> want to know whether buffer-name completion is happening.
Why? Maybe the fact that you want to know indicates the completion
interface is missing something...
Selfish, adj. Devoid of consideration for the selfishness of others.
Re: read-buffer-completion-ignore-case, Stefan Monnier, 2009/05/05