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Re: ido: how to recall previous input?

From: Kai Großjohann
Subject: Re: ido: how to recall previous input?
Date: Tue, 04 Feb 2003 20:47:04 +0100
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Kevin Rodgers <> writes:

> I know, but before you recall the directory argument, you recalled
> the command because you wanted to execute it again.  My point was
> just that you didn't have to type `M-x make-directory RET' again.

Oh, I see.  Well, I have key bindings for the commands where I miss
it most (though I forget which ones they are).  But make-directory
was the first example that popped in my head.

>> (I think that ido isn't active after M-x anyway, that's just regular
>> completion.)
> I don't understand what completion or ido have to do with recalling
> a previous command or argument.

Oops.  Well, ido affects completion, and it also affects interaction
with the history...  Sorry about mixing up different things.
A turnip curses Elvis

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