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Il 02/02/2013 21:10, Junio C Hamano ha scritto:
> Marc Khouzam <marc.khou...@ericsson.com> writes:
>> Recent enhancements to git-completion.bash provide
>> intelligent path completion for git commands. Such
>> completions do not add the '/' at the end of directories
>> for recent versions of bash.
>> Here is the update for tcsh completion which is needed to handle
>> the cool new path completion feature just pushed to 'next'.
> But I have to wonder if this is sweeping a problem under the rug.
> Shouldn't the completion for bash users end completed directory name
> with '/', even if we didn't have to worry about tcsh?
The problem is that when using the "new"
`compopt -o filenames` command, Bash assumes COMPREPLY contains a list
of filenames, and when it detects a directory name, it adds a slash.
The problem is, if the directory name *already* has a slash, Bash adds
I don't know if this can be considered a bug or a feature.
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