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Re: [elpa] master 567ea7e 1/3: Ivy-mode now works better with `find-file
Re: [elpa] master 567ea7e 1/3: Ivy-mode now works better with `find-file'
Fri, 17 Apr 2015 15:22:15 -0400
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/25.0.50 (gnu/linux)
> Seems very complex for just returning a (short) list of strings.
The set of files or the set of Info nodes (which can appear in any file)
can't conveniently be treated as "a (short) list of strings".
> Why doesn't this work for `Info-read-node-name-1':
> (setq collection (all-completions "" collection predicate))
I don't understand the question. AFAIK it does work. It just doesn't
return every possible node name, since there's pretty much an infinite
supply (if you include those that can be accessed via Tramp, for example).
> (setq collection (funcall collection "" nil t))
Indeed (funcall collection "" pred t) should be equivalent to
(all-completions "" collection predicate) when `collection' is a function.
If you see otherwise, we have a problem.